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Monday, 3 September 2018

Indian through a traveller's eyes short question

Indian through a traveller's eyes short question and answer

Q.1. What does the word colour remind the writer of ?
Ans. The very word colour reminds the writer of  the variety of complextion in Indian life, as many as her own American human scence.

Q.2. What were the benefits of the English rule ?
Ans. The benefits of the English rule was eduction in English and the knowledge of the west, which Indians acquired. They were well-versed talking in English fluently.


Q.3. Where was the real indictment against the colonisation to be found ?
Ans. The real indictment against colonialism, however was to be found in the villages of india. The British rule for all was the ills of India.

Q.4. From where did the firast woman president of the Geneal Assembly belongs to ?
Ans. The first woman president of the General Assembly was an Indian Woman.

Q.5. What were the real problems of the English rule ?
Ans. The real problem of the English rule was unemployment of young intellectuals. people in villages and towns were in distressed condition and jobless.


Q.6. Why was the land between Bombay and Madras famished ?
Ans. The land between Bombay and Madras was starved, because the sun was hot enough and due to that there was no possibility to fertilize any seed. There was no water because there were no wells or any other means to irrigate the land.

Q.7. Who was the real master of the house which Buck visited ?
Ans. The author had gone to an Indian village and had been invited to visit house of a family of some modern education. The real master of the house was not the active master of the family, but the elder brother who had a stroke of paralysis and was lying on the bed.

Q.8. Why did the writer not mind her host eating in the opposite corner of the room ?
Ans. The writer did not mind that her host was eating in the opposite corner of the room, because he and fulfilled the requirement of his religion by eating in the opposite corner of the room. It was his family tradition.

Q.9. What does she mean by saying "Religion is ever present in Indian life ?"
Ans. The author wanted to express her idea  about the role of the religion in Indian life. She cited the example of this fact by narrating whatever she experienced in one Indian family. While she was sitting in her host's room, one gentleman came in and without speaking to them moved to the far end of the room. There he knelt his head bowed and remained in that way for about a quarter of an hour. Her hostess explained that he was her husband's eldest brother and was offering prayer. She meant to say that religion was present in every walk of the life of an Indian. IT had both the best and the worst aspects. But she did not criticize it.             

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