is called cheque or Hundi of Baidyanath. The aspirant then makes a
trip to the exact place of the draw and gets the sum without least
objection or resorting to any tactics by the drawee to evasion or
even postponement of payment. This went on for over centuries.
it must be understood clearly that even the highly sophisticated, or
west-faced intellectuals too implicitly honoured the cheque without
grumble, or knit of brows, deeming it a harbinger of good fortune.
Among those persons, the famous writer P.C.Roy Choudary. M.A., B.L.,
who served the government in various posts of trust and
responsibility is one and he recorded it in his book on Temples and
Legends of Bihar, published by Bharativa Vidya Bhavan, Bombay.
Despite noted as a well known author of objectivity and a true
disciple of Judanath Sarkar, the greatest historian of all times and
bore the marks of western education, he promptly and soulfully
parted with the amount mentioned in the cheque. He did not consider
it a fraud perpetrated on him, nor had he regretted. This is
Indianness pure and sacrosanct. Mark it, he is one among several
thousands who reposed implicit faith in that Unseen Highest Divinity
and derived bliss unadulterated.