Pratap respected subha for her taciturnity, and, as every one called her subha, he showed his affection by calling her Su.
subha went to the cow-shed to bid farewell to her childhood's comrades.
subha left her room, and flung herself down on her grassy couch beside her dear river.
Wherefore the other children almost dreaded subha, and never played with her.
Pratap took with him a small allowance of betel, and subha prepared it for him.
Wherefore the other children almost dreaded subha and never played with her.
subha used to sit beneath a tamarind, and Pratap, a little distance off, would cast his line.
Nature, herself at full moon, like lonely subha, was looking down on the sleeping earth.
One day in a house in Calcutta, subha's mother dressed her up with great care.
Having delivered over their dumb girl into another's hands, subha's parents returned home.