1- Why has the poet talked about the worship of difficult reality?
Answer: poet’s to accept There is no use in thinking about what has passed. If the past moment is good, then many people waste their time in the happy memories of it. If the past moment is bad, then many people waste their time thinking about it. But it doesn’t help. Instead, if we pay attention to our present, then our today will be fine and tomorrow can also be fine.
2- Explain the expressions:
The refuge-image of sovereignty is only a mirage,
There is a night hidden in every Chandrika.
Answer: The feeling of nobility over the glory of one’s past is like a mirage. We must not forget that behind every moon lies a dark night. Therefore, forgetting the past, we should focus on our present.
In what context is the word ‘shadow’ used here? Why has the poet forbidden to touch her?
Answer: The word ‘shadow’ is used here for the past tense. Just as the attempt to touch or grasp the shadow always goes in vain, in the same way any attempt to grasp or touch the past goes in vain; Because both are false.
4- The use of adjectives in poetry has a special effect in the meaning of words, such as hard reality. Sort and write other such examples that come in the poem and also write what specificity did it create in the meaning of the words?
Answer: Examples of such words are; Asylum-image, courage without dilemma. Here with refuge, image is used as an adjective. Here the poet has considered the feeling of nobility as a mirage, hence the word Bimb is used. Courage, when affected by dilemma, becomes incapable of choosing the right path.
What is called a mirage, in what sense is it used in poetry?
Answer: A mirage is a natural phenomenon created by light; Due to which one sees water in a lie. This often happens in the desert on a hot afternoon. A thirsty wanderer feels that somewhere far away there is an oasis. But when he runs near, he finds nothing there except sand. In this poem, the poet uses the mirage to feel the nobility that we often attribute to our achievements in the past.
6- Give past tahi bisar, take further care; In which line of the poem does this sentiment appear?
Answer: This sentiment is reflected in the following line, ‘You choose the future by doing the mistake you did not get.’
7- Explain the reasons for the sorrows expressed in the poem.
Answer: If we try to hold onto the past, it only hurts us. If we cling to the bad things of the past, then we are not able to enjoy the happiness of the present. If we cling to the good things of the past, then we underestimate the happiness of the present. In both cases, our suffering increases.
8- There are tunnels in life, by which the poet means sweet memories of life. What memories of your life have you kept?
Answer: There are many sweet memories in everyone’s life. For example, I always remember the day when I got the first prize in the debate competition at my school’s prom. I also take pleasure in remembering my Shimla trip during last year’s summer vacation.
9-‘What happened when the flowers blossomed when the spring was gone?’ The poet believes that even after the passage of time, achievement gives pleasure to man. Do you believe so? Write with reasoning.
Answer: There is a saying that it is late but not dark. Similarly, many times we feel very sorry if something is not done in time. But if we achieve the same goal after more effort, then we are definitely happy about it. Like many students are not able to pass the engineering admission test in the first attempt but they get success in the next year. In any case, the joy of success is something else.