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A shudder tore through him. He thought he might fall. He clung to the banister and shut his eyes. Control, he whispered to himself. If he could control himself, he could deal with anything in the world, including this. He forced himself to stand and climb down the stairs. His legs quivered with every step he took, and he felt very old and far away from everything that was happening around him. His mind seemed to have stopped working altogether. What was he supposed to do? How was he supposed to react to the death of his own child?
Koti had a whole array of designs in her memory--a certain order of dots laid out in strict, organized rows, all connected by sweeping lines. Without the dots the lines were meaningless, and when the dots left the design, there was only chaos. The rangoli had lost its perfection by now, smudged by a dozen feet, flung apart by the wind, carried away by ants. But tomorrow, thought Sripathi, it would be there again, a new design laid down by Koti's patient fingers. But who was there to wipe out that phone call?
He ordered new desks and chairs, hung pictures on the walls and even got a few potted plants to fill any empty corners. He hired a secretary and travelled frequently to Madras, Madurai and Chi dambaram, energetically collecting clients. In the early years: the business grew rapidly, simply because advertising and marketing were new concepts. People were impressed with Kashyap's enthusiasm. They saw how the advertisements attracted more customers. Then Kashyap's father died, and he took over the business entirely.
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