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Yogita Ingle 4 years, 2 months ago

Prakriti’s mother reacts with great astonishment when she learns of her encounter with Ananda, the Buddhist monk. She fears that Prakriti’s talking to the monk might not be taken well as she is born in the lowest of untouchable caste, chandalika.

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Charvi Maherwal 4 years, 5 months ago

Chapter "the tiger king" is a story of a brave king. When the king was born an astrologer told him that he will be well known for him bravery and courage but the hundredth tiger will be the cause of his death. So when the king grew up he start killing all the tigers just to prove the astrology wrong. Soon he was able to kill 99 tigers but it was hard to search the 100th tiger, but after few days he found the 100th tiger and killed it but the tiger was old and he didn't died but got faithed because of the sound for the gun short. After all this the king was celebrating his son's birthday so he brought a wooden unskilled carved tiger toy for his son unknowingly a piece of wood shirll went into his hand and infected his whole arm which caused this death and the astrology was true
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Charvi Maherwal 4 years, 5 months ago

Douglas was not so self confident and was scared to go in water because he didn't knew how to swim and was scared of getting drowned. His fear increased more because of the accident he came across in the pool when he was nearly saved from drowning.
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Anubhav Panchal 4 years, 6 months ago

One day douglas were swimming at YMCA pool

Naveen Kumar 4 years, 6 months ago

One day daglous swim yakima river

Tanuja Sahu 4 years, 6 months ago

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Sweety Sahani 4 years, 6 months ago

Poster making of plantation
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? Natasha Yadav? 4 years, 6 months ago

What is sense of this
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Sia ? 4 years, 6 months ago

This maxim is very much significant as it warns us to maintain the ecological balance in nature. It specifies the need of caring the small things so that the big things may take care of themselves

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Sia ? 4 years, 7 months ago

The condition of bangle makers in Firozabad is pathetic. They have to work in miserable conditions in the glass furnaces with high temperatures, in dingy cells. They lose their eyesight at a very young age. Even though it is illegal for children to work in bangle industry but still they work as they are ignorant of such a thing.

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Sia ? 4 years, 7 months ago

Derry is a fourteen-year-old boy who is disfigured and ugly because half of his face is burnt due to the spilling of acid on it. He is conscious of the fact that his ugliness is revolting to others and so, everybody wants to ignore him or pity him. He suffers from inferiority complex. He becomes too arrogant and usually avoids any social interaction. He heard people using nasty comments about him and so bears a grudge towards the entire society. His ugly looks have made him a pessimist and a loner with various negative complexes. Derry is always frustrated, angry, and withdrawn. Moreover, he always has low confidence and dwells in self-pity apart from always being suspicious about others’ intentions towards him. Derry is a bit narrow-minded. He does not think for himself but relies on others feedback only. He is full of bitterness about his handicap. He is of negative nature but soon learns to change himself with Mr Lamb's guidance.

 He suspects everyone and lacks trust. Derry starts listening to Mr Lamb because Mr Lamb is also handicapped. It is only when Mr Lamb bestowed upon him, his love, trust and generosity that his mindset starts changing. Due to the wise words of Mr Lamb, Deny transforms completely.

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Siddharth Singh 1 year, 8 months ago

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Mayank Kumar 3 years, 8 months ago

The chapter Third Level deals with the theme of insecurity, fear, and war. The narrator, Charlie seems also to be stressed. His longing for some idyllic and peaceful place like Galesburg makes him stray to a corridor at Grand Central Station that takes him into the past, year 1894.   The people, their attire, ambience, the platform, everything on the platform, locomotive, currency being used, the newspapers, magazines, etc., was old style. Only Charlie is an exception. This hallucination of Charlie comes to an abrupt end when he has to flee from there in hurry to save himself from being caught by the then cops.   Later on, when he shares this experience with his psychiatrist friend, Sam, he ascribed this phenomenon to the stress Charlie was facing and his hobby of philately through which he tried to escape into an ideal world. Sam, his psychiatrist friend also strays to the third level. Charlie finds a first day cover in the collection of his grandfather’s stamp collection. Sam had somehow found the third level. He had gone there and started a new business of hay, feed and grain. Since the chapter deals with the third level at the Grand Central Station, New York, the title ‘Third Level’ is perfect for the story.
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Hina Sharma 4 years, 7 months ago

No. Novel is not included.. This year

Killer Arya 4 years, 8 months ago

Yes
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Sia ? 4 years, 8 months ago

The French teacher M Hamel announced that he would be teaching his last French lesson that day because the orders had come from Berlin to teach only German in the schools of Alsace and Lorraine. On hearing this, Franz felt sorry for the old master and even regretted that he did not learn his French lessons previously and wasted his time.

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Sia ? 4 years, 8 months ago

RajKumar Shukla was a villager from India who became famous for his association with Mahatma Gandhi during Champaran Satyagrah.

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