Sunday, April 30, 2023

MCQ of The Post Office by Rabindra Nath Tagore. Question Answer of the play The Post Office by Rabindra Nath Tagore. Kalyani University. LCC 1


1. The play The Post Office was published in--

a) 1910

b) 1911

c) 1912.

d) 1913

2. This play was first performed/ staged in--

a) London.

b) Kolkata

c) Bangladesh 

d) Shantiniketan 

3. This play is a--

a) Farce

b) Symbolic play

c) Historical play

d) Tragedy 

4. This play was first performed in London in--

a) 1914.

b) 1920

c) 1921

d) 1922

5. The Post Office is a/an--

a) one act play

b) two act play

c) three act play

d) Four act play

6. The whole play takes place at--

a) Garden

b) by the river

c) Post Office 

d) Madhab's house

7. Madhav is worried about--

a) His business 

b) His health 

c) Amal's illness 

d) His wife

8. "Bile or palsey, cold or gout spring all alike"-- the speaker is--

a) Madhab

b) Doctor

c) Gaffer

d) Amal

9. The words of doctor from scripture make Madhav --

a) Anxious.

b) Happy 

c) Angry 

d) careless 

10. According to Doctor, which season's sun and wind are harmful for Amal?--

a) Summer

b) Spring 

c) Winter 

d) Autumn.

11. Doctor suggested to keep Amal --

a) indoor 

b) outdoor 

c) balcony 

d) on Road

12. What tears Madhav's heart?--

a) to see Amal wince when he takes medicine 

b) to see Amal playing 

c) to see Headman

d) to see Amal's friends 

13. Chyabana was--

a) Sage/ Rishi 

b) King

c) village doctor 

d) Post Man

14. Gaffer is a devil to--

a) Send children out of room

b) keep children inside 

c) make children mad

d) quarrel with Children

15. Madhav's wife was very eager to-

a) make tour

b) run new business 

c) meet king

d) adopt child

16. At first Madhav was not agree to adopt child because --

a) He was poor

b) Somebody's child will waste his money 

c) He had already many children 

d) His wife was unwilling

17. Amal was Madhav's--

a) own son

b) adopted son

c) neighbour's son

d) Brother

18. Amal was the son of his wife's brother by-

a) village ties

b) neighbour's ties

c) paternal ties

d) none of above

19. Amal had lost his--

a) Uncle 

b) Mother 

c) father 

d) both mother and father

20. Amal calls Madhav --

a) Father

b) Brother 

c) Uncle 

d) None of above

21. Auntie grinds in quirn--

a) Rice

b) wheat

c) Maize

d) Lentils

22. According to Madhav, Amal should not cross the hill because--

a) It may harm

b) Police may arrest him

c) Hill is stands as a barrier

d) it is against religion.

23. According to Amal, Hill acts as earth’s--

a) Hand

b) Leg

c) Face

d) Heart

24. According to Amal, Earth call us with her--

a) Hand

b) Leg

c) Face

d) Heart

25. Amal met a man who on his shoulder had a bamboo with a________ at the top -

a) brass pot

b) clothes

c) shoes

d) a small bundle.

26. That man ate--

a) gram flour with water

b) chapattis with chutney

c) roti with water

d) rice.

27. If someone kidnaps Amal, it would be (according to Amal)--

a) Terrifying

b) Splendid

c) fun

d) sad matter

28. Dairyman’s village is by river--

a) Shamli

b) Kamli

c) Lalpur

d) Sonagaon

29. Dairyman’s village is situated at the foot of--

a) Shamli Hills

b) Panchmatha Hills

c) Golpahar

d) Panch-mura hills.

30. Amal wanted to learn from Dairyman--

a) the making of curd

b) the cow milking

c) fetching water from river

d) crying to sell curd

31. Amal meet after Dairyman--

a) Gaffer

b) Headman

c) Watchman.

d) group of boys

32. The watchman scares Amal saying that--

a) he would beat him

b) he would scold him

c) he would allege against him

d) he would take him to King

33. “Time has not yet come”—the speaker is--

a) Gaffer

b) Headman

c) Watchman.

d) group of boys

34. Amal loved to hear from Watch--

a) his voice

b) his story

c) sound of gong

d) none of above

35. Watchman’s gong sounds to tell people--

a) Everyone is bound to fate

b) We are not alive

c) Time waits for none, but goes on forever

d) Time teaches us moral

36. Time takes everyone to--

a) Death

b) eternity

c) next life

d) childhood

37. “What is going on there in that big house on the other side, where there is a flag………….”—here the house refers to--

a) King’s house

b) Madhav’s house 

c) Post office

d) Watchman’s house

38. The Post office belongs to--

a) Watchman

b) Postmen

c) Headman

d) King

39. The King sends to little boys--

a) tiny notes/ letters

b) guards

c) Royal doctor

d) Flowers

40. The postmen have on their chest--

a) Tie

b) handkerchief

c) gilt badges

d) letters

41. Who appears in the play after Watchman--

a) Boys

b) Headman.

c) Gaffer

d) Dairyman

42. Sudha was the daughter of--

a) Washer woman

b) flower seller

c) Toy seller

d) none of above

43. Amal wants Sudha to be his--

a) sister Parul

b) Sister Champa

c) Playmate

d) flower collector

44. The mother of Sudha was--

a) Sita

b) Sabita

c) Santa

d) Sasi.

45. The name of Sudha’s doll was--

a) Meni

b) Peni

c) pussycat

d) Benay.

46. The name of Sudha’s pet cat was--

a) Meni.

b) Peni

c) pussycat

d) Benay.

47. The troop of boys are playing the role of--

a) Dairymen

b) Postmen

c) ploughmen

d) Birds

48. Amal gives his toys to--

a) the boys

b) Sudha

c) Gaffer

d) Dairyman

49. Who were Badal, Sarat?--

a) name of boys

b) name of postmen

c) name of guards

d) none of above

50. Who pretends to be the Fakir in the play?--

a) Madhav

b) Watchman

c) Dairyman

d) Gaffer

51. From where did fakir just return?--

a) Isle of Parrots

b) Panchmura hills

c) Shamli River

d) Isle of snake

52. Dairyman went to ___________ to order a band for his niece’s marriage--

a) Shamli river

b) Kamlipara.

c) Dairy village

d) Hills foot

53. In the fairy tale, Champa had--

a) 5 brothers

b) 6 brothers

c) 7 brothers

d) 4 brothers

54. According to Amal, postmen had in their hand--

a) Lantern

b) Fire stick

c) torch

d) bag of letters

55. The real name of Headman was--

a) Panchanan.

b) Prafulla

c) Barun

d) Barunav

56. Headman hands Amal--

a) a real letter

b) letter from King

c) Blank paper

d) Stick

57. “Please don’t mock me”—Who is the speaker?

a) Amal.

b) Headman

c) Madhav

d) Gaffer

58. According to Headman, King wants to eat at Amal’s house--

a) Puffed rice

b) Sweet

c) Sandesh

d) Nothing

59. “Open the door”—the speaker is

a) Headman

b) King’s Herald

c) King

d) Royal Physician

60. King will come tonight on the--

a) first watch

b) second watch

c) third watch

d) last watch

61. Royal Physician ordered to--

a) give Amal food

b) open all doors and windows

c) make Amal stand

d) take Amal out of the room

62. “King loves you”—the speaker is--

a) Headman

b) King’s Herald

c) Madhav.

d) Royal Physician

63. Last visitor who came to meet Amal was--

a) Headman

b) King’s Herald

c) Sudha.

d) Royal Physician

64. “Tell him Sudha has not forgotten him”—the speaker is--

a) Headman

b) King’s Herald

c) Sudha.

d) Royal Physician

65. Sudha brought for Amal--

a) flowers

b) toys

c) garland

d) food

66. Here in the play, the character Amal symbolically stands for--

a) innocent child

b) soul seeking freedom.

c) knowledge

d) pride

67. Here in the play, the character village doctor symbolically stands for--

a) bookish knowledge.

b) knowledge

c) soul full of knowledge

d) innocence

68. Here in the play, the character Watchman symbolically stands for--

a) bookish knowledge

b) Pride

c) soul that seeks freedom

d) Time.

69. Here in the play, the character Sudha symbolically stands for--

a) bookish knowledge

b) Pride

c) soul that seeks freedom

d) grace and sweetness.

70. Here in the play, the character Headman symbolically stands for--

a) bookish knowledge

b) man, full of pride.

c) soul that seeks freedom

d) grace and sweetness.

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

MCQ of Kishorganj My Birthplace by N. C. CHaudhuri. LCC 1. Kalyani University. 1st Semester.


1. Kishorganj is a/an—

a) Biography

b) Autobiography

c) Non-fiction Short story

d) Novel 

2. This text has been taken from—

a) The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian

b) Malgudi Days

c) Selected Stories: N. C. Chaudhuri

d) Best of N. C. Chaudhuri

3. The writer of the text is—

a) Derozio

b) Rabindranath Tagore

c) N. C. Chaudhuri

d) Toru Dutt

4. Kishorganj is located in—

a) Dhaka, Bangladesh

b) Kolkata, India

c) Khulna, Bangladesh

d) Barishal, Bangladesh

5. The narrator of the story is—

a) Writer himself

b) Father of the writer

c) Unknown man

d) None of above

6. Writer’s father was—

a) A lawyer

b) Farmer

c) Teacher


7. The town Kishorganj was divided into two by—

a) Road

b) River

c) Playground 

d) High wall

8. The feelings of the boys of writer’s bank for the opposite bank was—

a) friendly

b) enemy

c) contemptuous

d) no feelings

9. Which bank of Kishorganj backed the economy of the town?—

a) Writer’s bank

b) Opposite bank of Writer’s bank

c) River

d) None

10. Religious places belonged to—

a) Writer’s bank.

b) Opposite bank of Writer’s bank

c) Neighbour town

d) Nowhere

11. What occupied the opposite bank of the river?—

a) A small section with many houses.

b) Play ground

c) School

d) Courts

12. Prostitute quarters were on—

a) Writer’s bank

b) Opposite bank of Writer’s bank

c) Neighbour town

d) Nowhere

13. The number of prostitute huts were—

a) 30 or 40

b) 40 or 50

c) 20 or 30

d) 50 or 60

14. The people who took much interest in prostitute huts were—

a) Rich people

b) Police

c) Zamindar

d) Servants, shopkeepers , other small fry.

15. The writer and boys hated the sight of—

a) Zamindar

b) Police

c) Prostitutes

d) Elephants

16. When the prostitute came on the bank of writer, he became—

a) Happy

b) Sad

c) Angry

d) Indifferent

17. Where did the prostitutes go on a certain day of every week?—

a) Court

b) Police station

c) Schools

d) Temple

18. What did writer do when he suddenly saw a group of prostitute coming?—

a) kept on playing

b) quarrelled with them

c) put his hands over eyes

d) smiled

19. What did writer do getting not satisfied after putting hands over eyes?—

a) Ran into a hut

b) Kept on playing

c) Quarrelled with them

d) Threw stones at them

20. When prostitutes came, the boys communicated with each other—

a) Loudly

b) Silently with expression

c) Over telephone

d) No communication 

21. Other boys made fun of writer calling him—

a) Ram

b) Lakshmana

c) Sita

d) Ravan

22. Quarter-to-Four-Anna House was located on—

a) Writer’s bank

b) Opposite bank of Writer’s bank

c) Neighbour town

d) Nowhere

23. “Quarter-to-four Anna” means—

a) Fifteen-sixty fourths.

b) Half share

c) Full share

d) No share

24. First attraction of the zamindar house was—

a) Fair

b) Playground

c) Ponds

d) Tank

25. Tank was famous because—

a) It was very old

b) It supplied clearest and coolest drinking water

c) It was very high

d) It was beautiful

26. All suspected that the pool carried—

a) Dirt

b) Cholera

c) Pure water

d) Moss

27. In the ground of zamindar house,________________ was held.

a) Car festival of Krishna with fair.

b) Swing festival of Krishna

c) Procession of Elephant

d) Eid

28. Writer and other boys were sent to the fair in charge of—

a) Teacher

b) Servant

c) Police

d) Zamindar

29. The dolls of the fair were attractive for their—

a) Size

b) Variety

c) Smell

d) Variety and smell

30. A particular Bengali doll that went under the name of—

a) Ghost Baby

b) Ghost Doll

c) Spoilt Baby.

d) Spoilt Ghost 

31. The dolls of the car festival were famous for—

a) Size

b) modelling

c) Colour

d) Both colour and modelling.

32. The car festival was held during—

a) Monsoon

b) Summer

c) Spring

d) Winter

33. Popular air-instrument for children sold in the fair was—

a) Sanai

b) Mouthorgan 

c) Palm-leaf trumpet.

d) None

34. The trumpets were made of—

a) Any leaf

b) Betel leaf

c) Bamboo leaf

d) Palmyra.

35. Children blew the trumpets—

a) All day long

b) Only in fair

c) At night

d) In the morning

36. The paintings sold in the fair were—

a) Krishna cycle

b) Jagannath Yatra

c) Village scene

d) Funny

37. The paintings of Krishna cycle were painted by—

a) Prostitutes

b) Kangra or Pahari Rajput school 

c) Writer and other boys

d) Zamindar

38. Another festival besides Car festival of Krishna held in opposite bank was—

a) Car festival of Jagarnnath

b) Swing festival of Krishna

c) Elephant Festival

d) Eid

39. The swing festival of Krishna was held on—

a) Northern outskirts of town.

b) Eastern outskirts of town.

c) Western outskirts of town.

d) Southern outskirts of town..

40. The swing festival of Krishna was held during—

a) May-June

b) September- October.

c) February-March

d) July-August

41. The traders came in the swing festival of Krishna from—

a) Only locality

b) Only from neighbourhood

c) Locals and far away.

d) Nowhere

42. In the fair of swing festival of Krishna, the first row was occupied by—

a) Toy sellers

b) Violin sellers

c) Food stalls 

d) Book binders

43. The first row of the fair was patronized by—

a) Hindus

b) Mussalmans

c) Jews

d) Hindu Brahmins

44. The violins sold in fair were-

a) Foreign-made

b) Imported

c) Country-made

d) None of above

45. The colour of violins were—

a) All same

b) All red

c) All wooden colour

d) All different in colour

46. The row next to violin belongs to—

a) Toy stalls

b) Earthen Pot sellers

c) Harmoniums sellers.

d) Paintings sellers

47. At the southern end of fair, the row belongs to—

a) Toy stalls

b) Earthen Pot sellers

c) Harmoniums sellers.

d) Chamars.

48. Chamars are the men who deal in—

a) Skin and leather

b) Paintings

c) Foods

d) None of them

49. Drums, tablas are made by—

a) Musician

b) Chamars

c) Book binders

d) Porters

50. The caps sold in the fair were made of—

a) Palmyra

b) Cotton

c) Plastic

d) Velvet or muslin.

51. Native cabinet makers made the chests in—

a) Teak wood

b) Jack fruit wood

c) Mahogany

d) Oak

52. The chests were made by—

a) Native people.

b) Foreign people

c) Unknown men

d) Machine 

53. The life of elders of Kishorganj was related to—

a) Pleasure

b) Adventure

c) Sports

d) Money earning.

54. The life of young of Kishorganj was related to—

a) Pleasure

b) Adventure

c) Education and acquisition of Knowledge.

d) Money earning

55. The festival of Muslim described in the story is—

a) Ramadan

b) Maharam

c) Miladi Nabi

d) ID

56. Id prayer took place (Idgah) on a large field at—

a) Eastern end of town.

b) Northern end of town

c) Western end of town

d) Southern end of town

57. Elephant procession took place during—

a) Ramadan

b) Maharam

c) Miladi Nabi

d) ID.

58. The elephant procession was performed/ led by—

a) Muslim Zamindar

b) Muslim businessman

c) Hindu zamindar

d) Brahmin Pandits

59. The procession of men for id prayer started—

a) In morning

b) In the afternoon

c) At noon

d) At night

60. The procession got thin at—

a) 9 am

b) 10 am

c) 11 am

d) 12 noon

61. Joyka was the name of—

a) Writer’s friend

b) Name of the elephant

c) Name of the place having elephant.

d) None of above

62. Elephant of Joyka used to eat

a) banana tree

b) banana 

c) rice

d) Fruits

63. The tallest elephant was—

a) Elephant of Joyka

b) Elephant of Laundh

c) Elephant of Gangatia

d) Elephant of Masua.

64. The tusker elephant belonged to—

a) Joyka

b) Laundh

c) Gangatia

d) Mahinand.

65. The elephants were painted on—

a) Forehead

b) Whole body

c) Legs

d) Belly

66. The elephants were painted with—

a) Dry colour

b) Plaster of Paris 

c) Mud

d) Oil with lampblack. 

MCQ of Our Casuarina Tree by Toru Dutta. LCC 1. Kalyani University. 1st Semester


1. This poem was published in—

a) Ancient Ballads and Legends of Hindustan.

b) French Fields

c) Poem Collection of Toru Dutt

d) Best of Toru Dutta

2. The write of this poem is—

a) Shakespeare

b) Jayanta Mahapatra

c) Toru Dutt

d) Sarojini Naidu

3. This poem was published in—

a) 1880

b) 1881

c) 1882.

d) 1883

4. The tree described in this poem is—

a) Oak tree

b) Casuarina tree

c) Mango Tree

d) Banyan tree

5. Here the creeper is compared to a—

a) Python

b) Cobra

c) Cloud

d) Waterfalls

6. The trunk of the tree was—

a) Smooth

b) Square 

c) Short

d) Rugged

7. On the trunk, the creeper makes—

a) Deep scars

b) Deep holes

c) Straight lines

d) No mark

8. The poetess imagines that the summit of the tree has reached—

a) The cloud

b) Rainbow

c) Stars

d) Horizon line

9. _______________ embraces the tree round and round.—

a) Python 

b) Creeper

c) Leaves

d) Bark

10. The tree takes the creeper as—

a) Scarf

b) Swal

c) Blanket

d) Rope

11. The tree wears the creeper—

a) Unwillingly

b) Gallantly

c) Fearfully

d) Sadly

12. Due to the embraces of the creeper, the other tree would have—

a) Live longer

b) Gone taller

c) Been beautiful

d) Died.

13. The colour of Casuarina’s flower is—

a) Crimson/ red

b) Yellow

c) White

d) Purple

14. The flowers of the tree attract—

a) Python

b) Bird

c) Bee

d) Both bird and bee

15. At night, the garden gets overflowed by—

a) Song of birds

b) Smell of flowers

c) Buzzing sound of bee

d) Song of cricket

16. The song heard during night seems—

a) Hoars

b) Little lasting

c) To have no close

d) None of above

17. At dawn, the poetess looks at the tree through—

a) Casement

b) Door

c) Balcony

d) Wall hole

18. The poetess discovers on the crest/ top of the tree—

a) Bird

b) Monkey

c) Baby monkey

d) Baboon

19. The colour of the  baboon was—

a) Black

b) Gray

c) White

d) Black and white

20. The baboon is seen mostly in—

a) Summer

b) Rain

c) Winter

d) Spring

21. Sitting on the top, the baboon watches—

a) Sunrise

b) Rain

c) The poetess

d) Sunset

22. The baboon sits like—

a) Idol

b) Statue

c) Toy

d) Tree

23. On the lower branches, there were—

a) More baboons

b) Birds

c) Baboon’s little offspring

d) None

24. ____________ hail the day.—

a) Baboon

b) Birds

c) Wind

d) Kokilas

25. The sleepy cows went to —

a) Home

b) River

c) Pond

d) Pastures

26. The colour of the tree was—

a) Hoar/ gray

b) Black

c) Brown

d) Green

27. The tree’s shadow falls on—

a) Broad tank.

b) Field

c) Poet’s house

d) River

28. ______________ spring in the tank.—

a) Lotus

b) Water lilies

c) Daffodils

d) Roses

29. The lilies on the tank look like—

a) Snow

b) Cloud

c) Fog

d) Python

30. The tree is dear to the poetess for—

a) Its hugeness/ magnificence

b) Its colour

c) Memory with it

d) Baboon

31. Under the tree, the poets had played with—

a) Sweet companions

b) Other players

c) Other poets

d) Parents

32. The poetess could think of the tree until –

a) She got tired

b) Her eyes got drenched with hot tears

c) She slept

d) She began to sing

33. The dirge like murmur is—

a) The song of bird

b) The song of wind

c) The sound of sea wave

d) Tree’s lament

34. The word ‘dirge’ means—

a) Bird song

b) Wind song

c) Kind of play

d) Mournful song usually during funeral.

35. The lament of the tree seems to the poetess like—

a) Sound of violin

b) Song of birds

c) Sound of sea breaking

d) Sound of wind

36. Here the ‘eerie speech’ refers to—

e) Lament of tree

f) Song of birds

g) Sound of sea breaking

h) Sound of wind

37. ‘Water-wraith’ means—

a) Big fish

b) Ghost in water

c) Waves

d) Ships

38. The classic shores mentioned in the poem are of—

a) Brazil

b) France

c) Italy

d) Both France and Italy

39. Here the word ‘shingle’ means—

a) Beach

b) High

c) Heavy

d) Full of rock or stone

40. “Thy form”—the form refers to—

a) Tree

b) Baboon

c) Companions

d) Cows

41. In poetess happy prime/ youth, she had seen the tree in—

a) Native clime/ mother land

b) Neighbour village

c) France

d) Italy

42. In inner mind of the poetess, the tree rose in form of—

a) Baboon

b) Companions

c) Sea

d) Sublime

43. She would offer to the tree a—

a) A lay/ song

b) A flower

c) A baboon

d) Photo

44. The beloved friends are now—

a) In eternal sleep/ dead

b) All alive

c) Playing under the tree

d) In France or Italy

45. Who are dearer to the poetess?—

a) The tree

b) Parents

c) Sweet childhood companions

d) Motherland

46. The deathless trees are in—

a) Borrowdale

b) Himalaya

c) Dooars

d) Forests in France

47. Borrowdale valley is located in—

a) Cumberland, England

b) France

c) Italy

d) America

48. The trees in Borrowdale have seen—

a) So many deaths

b) Poetess

c) Her friends

d) None of above

49. ___________ will defend the tree from oblivion’s curse.—

a) Poetess’ love

b) Friends’ love

c) Baboon

d) Sun

50. The word ‘oblivion’ means—

a) Love

b) Anguish

c) State of forgetfulness 

d) Memory

Monday, April 24, 2023

MCQ of the poem Dawn at Puri by Jayanta Mahapatra. LCC1 . Kalyani University

1. The sea beach mentioned in this poem is—

a) Digha Beach

b) Goa Sea beach

c) Puri Sea beach

d) Western Beach

2. Puri is famous for—

a) Jagannath Temple

b) Shiva Temple

c) Nataraj Temple

d) Mountain.

3. The poem starts at—

a) Morning

b) Daybreak/ dawn

c) Evening

d) Afternoon

4. The poet could hear the noise of—

a) Prayers

b) Crow

c) Wind

d) Wave

5. The sands of puri is described as—

a) Holi

b) Pure

c) Cold

d) Warm

6. The skull in the sand indicates the—

a) Rich country

b) Hungry and poor country

c) Religious country

d) Happy country

7. The poet notices the white-clad—

a) Girls

b) Women

c) Brahmins

d) Widows

8. The widow women wore—

a) Grey sari

b) White sari

c) Red sari

d) Yellow sari

9. The widows have crossed/ passed their lives’ –

a) Childhood

b) Adolescent 

c) Centres/ prime time

d) Old age

10. “Women/ past the centres of their lives”- Here ‘centres’ means—

a) Childhood

b) Adolescent

c) Prime time

d) Old age

11. The widows are wating to enter—

a) Jagannath Temple

b) Shiva Temple

c) Nataraj Temple

d) Home

12. Here the Great temple refers to—

a) Jagannath Temple

b) Shiva Temple

c) Nataraj Temple

d) Kailash temple

13. The eyes of the widows were—

a) Greedy

b) Dull

c) Austere

d) Closed

14. The widows’ eyes stare like—

a) Fish caught in net

b) Fish in the water

c) Sun

d) Skull on the sand

15. The early light of sun is described as—

a) Hot

b) Fail.

c) Cold

d) Powerful

16. The fail early sunlight falls on—

a) Ruined , leprous shells

b) Fish

c) Net

d) Widows

17. The ruined shells are lying—

a) In rows

b) In scattered way

c) Leaning against one another

d) Under sand

18. Who are compared to the lying shell?—

a) Fish

b) Nets 

c) Solitary pyre

d) Widows

19. “A mass of crouched faces”—the excerption is said about—

a) Lying shells

b) Dead persons

c) Widows

d) Fishes in net

20. The poet could see in inner-eyes—

a) The Temple

b) The blazing pyre of his mother

c) The widows

d) The fish in net

21. The pyre makes the poet remember of —

a) Widow women

b) Poet’s mother

c) skull

d) Relative

22. Poet’s mother’s last wish was—

a) To visit puri sea beach

b) To visit Jagannath temple

c) To be cremated on puri beach

d) To make a country tour

23. What makes poet’s thought twisting uncertainly like?—

a) His own wish

b) Scene of widow

c) Scene of pyre

d) Mother’s last wish