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Some are terrestrial. The leaves are often clustered and are variable in shape. The inflorescence bears small flowers which are perfect , containing male and female structures.
The flowers are contained in dense spirals on the spadix. The spadix is often elongated into a spike shape, but it can be globe-shaped or club-shaped. Beneath the spadix is the spathe , a type of bract.
This is variable in shape, as well, but it is lance-shaped in many species. It may extend out flat or in a curve. Sometimes it covers the spadix like a hood. The fruits develop from the flowers on the spadix.
They are juicy berries varying in color, usually containing two seeds. Here the squatters of Bangladesh who came after war live in structures of mud with roof of tin or tarpaulin. There is no sewerage, drainage or pipe water that Delites enjoy.
Justify the statement. The means of survival of migrants of Bangladesh in Seemapuri is rag picking. Garbage to them is gold. Does the rag picking mean the same thing for parents and children? Give reasons for your answer. No, rag picking is not the same for parents and children. For children it is wrapped in wonders where as for parents it is the means of survival. Why was not Saheb happy on getting a job?
Saheb was not happy on getting a job in tea stall for a salary of Rs. He lost his carefree look He was now no longer his own master.
The bangle makers are trapped in the vicious circle of middlemen and police. If they organise a co operative they will be hauled up, beaten and dragged to jail by police for doing something illegal. There is no leader to help them out from their misery. They are the victims of greed and injustice. What had happened when Douglas was three or four years old? When Douglas was three or four years old he was on the California beach with his father.
There the sea waves knocked him down and swept over him. He felt breathless buried in the water and was frightened; but his father laughed at him.
What was the misadventure of Douglas? How did it end? The misadventure was his being ducked by a big bruiser of a boy of eighteen in the YMCA swimming pool. He was drowned and nearly dying in the pool; but was somehow miraculously saved from the mouth of death 3. How was the instructor successful in making Douglas a perfect swimmier? The instructor made Douglas a perfect swimmer by removing his fear of being drowned and teaching him swimming piece by piece in a period of three months.
During the training he let Douglas swim back and forth of the pool tying him with a pulley. He taught him to put his face under the water to exhale raise above it to inhale. How did Douglas finally over come his fear of water? Douglas over came his fear of water by challenging the fear itself and going for several round of swimming in the pool; but finally the residual fear he over came when he went up to Tie ton to Conrad meadows and swam across the other shore and back of the warm lake as Doug Corpron used to do.
What thought of Roosevelt deeply impacted Douglas? How did the thoughts apply to his life? The thought of Roosevelt that there is terror in the fear of death had deep impact on Douglas.
He had experienced both the sensation of dying and the terror of the fear of death. But later he brushed aside his fear by challenging it by the will to live and succeeded. Why did it amuse him? As one is tempted to bait and touches it the door is closed and everything comes to an end like in a rattrap. What kind of host was the old crofter?
The old crofter was an affectionate and generous host. He warmly welcomed the peddler as he got someone to talk to in his loneliness. He served him porridge for his supper and offered a pipe with tobacco roll to smoke and finally played with him mjolis till bedtime.
Is it justified? Give reasons.
Who do you think was at fault-the ironmaster or the peddler? Give two reasons. Why was the peddler grateful to the ironmaster and his daughter? Rajkumar Shukla the Champaran-Sharecropper requested Gandhiji in Congress Session in Lucknow to fix a date to visit Champaran where the sharecroppers were subjected to injustice. Till Gandhiji fixed a date he did not leave him rather he accompanied him wherever he went.
Gandhiji was impressed by his tenacity and determination and finally agreed to go there from Calcutta. Why did Gandhi chide the lawyers who represented the interests of group of sharecroppers of Champaran? Gandhiji chided the lawyers for collecting big fees from the sharecroppers to fight their case in law courts. He felt taking their case to law courts would do little good when they were so crushed and fear stricken.
So his first priority was to free them from fear. What were the conditions of sharecroppers of Champaran?
The peasants of Champaran were tenants of British landlords. Under long term sharecropping arrangement they were growing Indigo on 15 percent of their holding and surrendering the harvest as rent to the British landlord. But when Indigo price fell due to synthetic Indigo developed in Germany the landlords obtained agreement from the peasant to pay them compensation which some of the peasants resisted and fought their case in court.
What made the British realise that the Indians could challenge their might hither to unquestioned?