Ans. Eternal death (salvation) is the goal of life.
Q.2. Where does the spirit return to ?
Ans. The spirit returns to the place of eternity.
Q.3. What sort of joy and sorrow does the poet refer to ?
Ans. The poet refers to never- spoken –joy and never –felt –sorrow here.
Q.4. What is it that joins night and the next day?
Ans. ‘Peace’ joins the night and the next day.
Q.5. what element is present in silence amidst two fits of passion?
Ans. Eternal peace is present in the silence amidst two fits of passion.
Q.6. Give the central idea to the poem .
Ans. The central idea of the poem is that eternal peace is the ultimate goal of life. Death is rest between two lines spirit is immortal.
मृत्यु एक सरिता है जिसमे ,
श्रम से कातर जीव नहाकर l
फिर नूतन धारण करता है ,
काया रूपी वस्त्र वहाकर l
Q.7. What does the poet say , death between two lives’?
Ans. The poet means to these words that there is rebirth in the world. Death is like a rest between two lives. Mans soul is immortal. Soul never dies. It changes its new home that is man’s body. Human body is like a garment to the immortal soul. Death is an ultimate peace of life. Here we notice that the poet is entirely philosophical in his views. He has firm faith in rebirth that is after death. The words ‘rest’ and ‘pouse’ indicate the ‘peace’ between two lives. Here ‘death’ means physical death, not spiritual death.