Pavilion was built on a thick tree stem so that Kari would not fall on bumping against the poles.
We can say that Kari enjoyed his bath as he lay down on the sand bank while the narrator rubbed him with clean sand. However, when the narrator rubbed him with water, he squealed with pleasure.
It took a long time to find twigs for Kari because if the twig is mutilated, Kari would not touch it. That is why the narrator had to climb all kinds of trees to get delicate and tender twigs.
Kari had pushed his friend into the stream because a boy was lying flat on the bottom of the river. Kari had tried to save the boy and ultimately he was successful.
Kari was like a baby and he had to be trained to be good. He did a lot of mischief. Like a child he played pranks, and took away all the fruits kept on the plate.
Kari after tasting ripe bananas, developed a taste for these. He was quite a cunning baby elephant. Now, apparently by making his trunk appear like a black snake, he would take away all the fruits.
Kari was taught to sit down, to walk, go slow, etc. The instruction given for sitting down was ‘Dhat’ and then Kari was pulled by the ear. It took Kari three weeks to learn ‘Dhať. The instruction given for walking was Mali’ and his trunk was pulled forward. This was a signal to walk forward. Kari learnt ‘Mali’ after three lessons.
Master call is a kind of strange hissing, howling sound. The sound appears as if a snake and a tiger are fighting. This call makes you get out of a jungle when everything is dark except stars in the sky. This call makes an elephant pull down the trees so that the animals are frightened.