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Of all his contacts, the one with which he was most intimately bound up was No. Rumanujam was a senior clerk in the Revenue Division Office, and Thanappa had carried letters to that address for over a generation now. Thanappa, as was his custom, glanced through it at the sorting table itself ; and, the moment they were ready to start out, went straight to Vinayak Mudali Street, though in the ordinary course over 150 addresses preceded it. " The astrologer felt challenged and said, tilting the other's palm towards the green shaft of light : " Yours is a nature . The other sat down, sucking his cheroot, puffing out, sat there ruthlessly. If it was a hot day he sometimes 8 THE MISSING MAIL 9 asked for a tumbler of buttermilk and sat down to enjoy it. He was a part and parcel of their existence, their hopes, aspirations, and activities. THIS BOOK FIRST PUBLISHED Of 1947 IS PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN FOR ETRB AND SPOTTISWOODE (PUBLISHERS) LTD. His earliest association with Ramanujam was years and years ago. He went straight to Ramanujam's house, knocked on the door and shouted : " Postman, sir, postman." When Ramanujam opened it, he said : " Give me a handful of sugar before I give you this card. AN ASTROLOGER'S DAY and other stories Most of these stories were fast published in the Hindu of Madras.