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The dichotomy of popular beliefs and science is depicted in the description of ‘Kale Megha Jal’. Science has its own logic and faith has its own power. The educated class is confused about their relevance. The author has made a case for water in the context of a similar dual, The first fortnight of Ashadh is assessment. In such a situation, if there is no water for agriculture and other works, then the house of life gets affected. If science does not solve these relative, then the festive Indian society gets involved in some jugaad or the other, creates a world and searches for ways and cuts from within education and helplessness to live at all costs.
The author says that when the condition of the people worsens while waiting for the rains, then in the villages, naked teenagers keep vigil in the streets rolling in the mud making noise. They are ten years old and are walking on the streets chanting ‘Ganga Maiya ki Jai’ wearing only underpants or loincloths. Women and women start peeping from the balcony and barges. This troupe is called Inder Sena or Medak Mandali.
These claims are- give water to black cloud, give water to gudhani, give water to a thirsty bull, give water to black medha.
When this group stopped in front of a house and started talking about water, these children were drenched from head to toe with water recorded in the houses. These wet bodies get soaked in mud, bushes and mud. Those times used to be such when everywhere people used to roast in the heat and start doing accidents; wells were used; Very little water used to come in the taps, due to crust in the soil of the fields, the land used to crack. A person becomes unconscious due to heatstroke. The animals were about to die from lack of water, but there was no sign of rain. When worship-recitation etc. got scared, Indra Sena used to hit as a last resort and demanded water from Indra Devta. The author did not understand that despite the scarcity of water, the people working in the houses filled them with water.
were throwing In this way, a lot of damage is done to the country due to mistrust. If this army belongs to Indra then why doesn’t it itself ask for water? Because of such hypocrisies, we Britishers lagged behind and became their slaves.
The author himself was of the age of the Medak troupe. He was the Deputy Minister of Arya Samaji and Kumar-Sudhar Sabha. There was more enthusiasm for social reform in them. He had the most difficulty with his sister-in-law who was older than his mother. They used to get all the customs, Teej-festivals, worship rituals completed by the hands of the writer. The superstitions that the author wanted to create. She used to get all these works done for the writer to get virtue. GG wanted the writer to do the work of throwing water on Inder Sena. He said refused. Jiji threw water on Inder Sena with trembling hands and staggering feet. The author is being inflated by GG. In the evening, he didn’t even eat the laddoos and mathris given by his sister-in-law. First he showed anger, then took him in his arms and confronted him. He said that this is not superstition.
If we don’t give water then how will Akshay God give us water. This is not a waste of water. This is the offering of water. The desired thing is received only by donating it. The sages have described charity as great. There is no charity without sacrifice. If a millionaire gives two to four rupees in charity, it is not renunciation. It is a sacrifice that gives what is needed for the welfare of the people. This is how you get the fruit of charity. The author succumbed to the arguments of GG. Still he is adamant on his stubbornness. Jiji again felt that you have studied a lot. He is still illiterate. The farmer also sows better than five to six to grow thirty forty maunds of wheat. Similarly, we sow by throwing the water of our house on them. Due to this, the result of clouds of water on the city, town, village will come. We give water on seeing the seed, then we ask for water from the black cloud.
Sages and sages have also said that first give yourself, only then God will return it quadrupled. This is the behavior of a man, from which everyone’s behavior is made. Reality and subjects are not true. Academy ji Maharaj also says the same. The author says that even after being a hundred years old, this thing is still registered in my mind. In many contexts these things are troubling the mind that what do we do for the country? The demands are huge in every field, but there is no sign of sacrifice anywhere. Today the only goal remained. We talk about corruption, but do not find out ourselves. Dark clouds rise, water ripples, but the gagri remains torn apart. The bulls remain the day before. No one knows when this situation will change?
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Multiple Choice Questions-
Q-1 People used to call the group of children as Inder Force or else?
(b) Sevak Mandali
(c) Frog circle
Q-2 Why was the author not included in the group of children?
(a) The writer’s liking for water was superstitious
(b) The author did not like mud
(c) People used to abuse this group
(d) sister-in-law used to forbid him
Q3 Everything about the author was dazzling because-
(a) He had many beliefs and his soul resided in the writer (b) he was superstitious
(c) Jiji used to give him laddoos and mathris to eat.
(d) Jiji used to tell him different stories
Q-4 By giving which example did GG prove his point right?
(a) of the farmer and his cultivation
(b) Indra and his army
(c) group of children
(d) of worship and religious work
How did the author like Jiji’s talk at the end of Q-5?
(a) redundant and illogical
(b) full of superstition
(c) reasonable and logical
(d) in favor of farmers
Q-6 Which social evil did the activist want to end?
Q-7 What position did the author hold in the Kumar-Sudhar House in his childhood?
(b) Defense Minister
(d) Deputy Minister
Q-8 What does a farmer do to get a crop of thirty forty maunds of wheat?
(a) guarding the field
(b) gives water to the fields
(C) Karita to boys.
(D) Wheat has been spoken from five-six
Q-9 Is conduct given more importance in the life of sages?
(a) Give yourself first, then God will return it quadrupled
(b) first of all it should be seen
(c) should not take care of others
(d) none of these
Q-10 According to the author, which thing did Mahatma Gandhi not believe to be true?
(a) Sacrifice and ideals
(b) real subjects and kings
(c) as the king and the subjects
(d) character and self-control
1 (c) frog circle
2 (a) The author was superstitious like water
3 (a) Jiji believed in him and his soul resided in the writer
4 (a) of the farmer and his cultivation
5 (c) Sahih and Tariq
6 (c) Superstition
7 (d) Deputy Minister
8 (d) sows wheat from five to six
9 (a) first repay yourself twofold God
10 (c) As the king and the subjects
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