While they are admiring the beauty of the Taj Mahal, Topshe recollects the events from the previous day.
Yesterday we were up at 6 in the morning, Feluda suggested we should go meet Uncle Sidhu to acquire some useful information before the journey commences.
Uncle, have you heard of Dr. Hemanga Hajra, the parapsychologist?
Yes, in fact, I saw his name in the papers! Dr. Hajra reported a Bengali fraud to the authorities in Chicago.
Feluda and Topshe are seated in Uncle Sidhu’s living room which is brimming with books. Feluda inquires about Dr. Hajra.
Yes, I have three journals in the top right corner of the bookshelf, and you can certainly have them.
Uncle do you have any resources related to Dr. Hajra or the parapsychological society?
Now, set in Uncle Sidhu’s kitchen. He offers the duo his fusion dish of omelet and yoghurt, while they still converse about Dr. Hajra.
Hehe! No, no, I am only a reader.
Seated in the train now, Feluda is poring over the journals he has borrowed from Uncle Sidhu. Opposite them is a man in his 30’s, who comments in Bengali, which strikes a conversation between them all.