Palanquin Bearers -Summary, Analysis and| Questions Answers

The poem ‘Palanquin Bearers’ can be well understood in the Indian context. In most parts of India, the custom was to bring a bride to the house of her husband in a palanquin by the palanquin bearers. The palanquin bearers thought it was a privilege to bring the royal princess to the home of their groom.

Summary of My Mother at Sixty Six JK BOSE Class 10th

This is a heart touching poem by the Indian poet Kamla Das, whose pen name is Madhavikutty. In this wonderful poem, she describes her sentiment of love and filial attachment towards her ageing mother. The poem consists of 20 lines without a full stop which makes it easy to flow and comprehend.

Questions and Summary Of I Am Explaining a Few Thing

Questions and Summary Of I Am Explaining a Few Thing 2

The war had a great impact on Pablo Neruda ‘s writings. His writings were previously very personal, internal, often concerned with the question of existence in the modern, chaotic world. However, his experience in Spain during the Civil War changed his life and consequently his poetry completely. He was much more concerned with social and political justice issues now. Many of his works, including a present poem “From I Explain a Few Things”, were radically influenced by the war.

Footprints Without Feet – Summary, Questions Answers , Class 10 | Tulip English Series

Footprints Without Feet - Summary, Questions Answers , Class 10 | Tulip English Series 4

Footprints Without Feet is a story of a scientist who discovers how to make himself invisible. He discovers a special potion which could make a man invisible. But this brilliant scientist misuses his wonderful discovery. He uses it for selfish purpose and harms others.

NCERT Solutions – Question Answers and Summary of The Ghat of The only World | Class 11th English | Snapshots | Chapter 6

Ghat is a Kashmiri word sometimes also used in Urdu. It implies the spot at a river bank from where the boats withdraw to another side. The ghat of the main world implies that after a man finishes his adventure in this world he feels at the entryway of the other world. In this manner, it has been used as a metaphor of death. It implies the point from where a man departs to a different universe what is commonly called hereafter

Papachi’s Moth – Summary and Questions Answers |Class 10 Tulip English

This lesson is an extract from Arundhati Roy’s first novel “The God Of Small Things” which won the Bookers Prize in 1997. Pappachi ( grandfather) is an imperial entomologist prior to his retirement. His name is Shri Benaan John Ipe. His wife Shoshamma Ipe is referred to as Mammachi ( grandmother).

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