HELLO FRIENDS ,
10.Tribute – ii & 11.wind
TODAY WE ARE GOING TO TELL ABOUT OF LESSON 10 OF CLASS 10 HM 10.Tribute – ii & 11.wind
– Das Benhur
Q.1.why did Babuli’s mother leave the place where the division was taking place?
Ans. Babuli’s mother was not present at place of division because she might have felt the scene of division piercing.
Q.2. How has the author described the paddy fields?
Ans. Every where in the paddy fields the author could feel the imprints of his elder brother’s feet, palm and fingers . on the bosom of the fields sparkled the pearls of his elder brother’s sweat.
Q.3 who proposed to buy the share of the land given to Babuli ?
Ans. Babuli’s second brother proposed to buy the share of the land given to him.
Q.4. why did Babuli give the paper slip to his elder sister-in-law.? 2015
Ans. He gave the paper slip to his elder sister –in-law because he had no courage to meet his elder brother.
Q.5.write a short note on the sacrifice of Babulie’s elder brother.
Ans. Babulis elder brother was a noble and large hearteed man. Like a perfect gentleman he was looking at the proccedings dispassionately .he was calm and composed. He put his wrist watch among the things of household. He was sincere to his duties.
Q.1.who takes the kites high? 2015, sup 15 -Virginia Wolf
Ans.wind takes the kites high.
Q.2. what does the wind always do ?
Ans. The wind always hides itself.
Q.3.How does the wind work ?
Ans. Wind always does different things.it pushes it blows all day long.
Q.4. what are the types of work of the wind as described in the poem ? sup 15
Ans. The poet felt him push and heard him call it blows all day long and sings a loud song.
Q.5.What does the poet want to know about the ‘blower’ of the wind? Sup 15
Ans. he wants’ to about the wind who is blower whether he is young or old and he is a beast or a child stronger than him.
Q.6. what does the poet want to know about the wind?
Ans. He wants to know whether wind is old or young.
Q.7.what does the poet ask in the last stage.?
Ans. In the last stage he asks whether he is a beast of field and tree or just a stronger child than him.