|“||You're here to do business, aren't you?||”|
Passepartout meets Gajani in Karachi. He notices her Hebrew name that does not match her Sindhi attire, an acknowledgement she protests against fiercely, claiming it isn't unnatural to dress to match the area one lives in. She offers him an airship to Delhi or Bombay.
Gajani is surprisingly fierce, being deeply unimpressed with any questions Passepartout has about her origin and attire. Regardless, she is an esteemed businesswoman with great respect.