Rahmat Sheikh is a grave-digger at a suburban cemetery. The town is advancing towards this graveyard. New houses are being built; number of dead bodies is increasing. But Rahmat Sheikh cares little for all this. He is a digging machine. He does not understand why people are so sensitive to corpses, why they react so violently when they notice a petty error on his part. This grave-digger once goes to the town and meets an accident. The victim is still alive. Rahmat Sheikh begs for help. But none has time to stand and stare. We are happy to present to our listeners this short story, Khanankari by Mainul Ahasan Sabir, a popular writer from Bangladesh.