Who is Agha Sahib in The Kite Runner?
What is Baba’s greatest fear?
As an adult, he learns that Baba fathered Hassan, therefore had an affair with Ali’s wife (even though Baba and Ali are in different classes, they grew up together like brothers). Once Amir learns of Baba’s secret indiscretion, he feels Baba is a hypocrite. He has one son, Amir, and lost his wife in childbirth.
Baba tells him that there is only one sin: theft. Every other sin is a variation of theft. Murdering a man, for instance, is stealing his life.
When you tell a lie, you steal someone’s right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness. Baba Amir’s Father: There is only one sin, only one. And that is theft.
What does Babalu mean in The Kite Runner?
Ten-year-old Amir is the son of a wealthy man, known locally by the honorific title “Agha Sahib.” (Amir refers to him as “Baba,” meaning “father.”) Agha Sahib, a philanthropist and iconoclast, is a Pashtun living in Kabul.