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Who is the protagonist of the story “Ranga’s Marriage”?
Ranga is the main character of the story who returns to his village after studying in Bangalore. The story revolves around his marriage.
What is the name of the village where Ranga lives?
Ranga lives in the village Hoshali in Mysore.
Who introduces the story in “Ranga’s Marriage”?
The narrator is a neighbor of Ranga who introduces the story.
What is the narrator’s opinion of Ranga after meeting him?
The narrator and the other villagers expected Ranga to have changed after studying in Bangalore. However, he appeared to be the same person.
What is Ranga’s view of marriage?
Ranga expresses his view of marriage to the narrator, stating that he wants to marry someone who is mature and someone he can admire.
Who does the narrator consider as a suitable bride for Ranga?
The narrator considers Rama Rao’s niece Ratna as a suitable bride for Ranga.
How does the narrator trick Ranga into seeing Ratna?
The narrator asks Rama Rao to send Ratna to his home to fetch buttermilk, so he can introduce Ranga to her.
How does Ranga react to seeing Ratna?
Ranga is attracted to Ratna when he sees her, and he shows disappointment when he finds out that she is already married.
How does the narrator introduce Ratna to Rangappa?
The narrator comes up with a plan and asks Ratna to come to his house to fetch some buttermilk. He then asks her to sing and invites Rangappa to listen to her.
Who does the narrator think would be a suitable bride for Rangappa?
Rama Rao's niece Ratna. The narrator thinks Ratna would be a suitable bride for Rangappa because she is from a big town and knows how to play veena and harmonium.