Survival was the only thing that the pariah people of Puratthakkal valley cared about; it was the most brutal drought of that time, and the worst was not over yet.
When a ravenous tiger killed one of his bullocks, Chinappa and his family’s survival was at stake. He cowardly left his family amidst the war and drought, a mistake that cost his family and his freedom.
Slave Hunters sold him to work in the notorious mines of Kalapani. The island was hell for slaves; over the top, the cruel owner of the Nicobar Mining Company, Jamrood Ellahi Baroodwala, was a sadistic evil.
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