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Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 1

What is the writing style of the author?

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The style is lucid,simple and with a generous dose of humour that brightens up the story. He considers himself to be the 'humble servant' of the readers, at our service to delight us with the tricks up his sleeves.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 2

How does the narrator speak of his village?

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The narrator is very passionate about his village. But he says that his village had a great importance as if the state Mysore is to Bharatvarsha , and the sweet karigadabu is to festival meal. Similarly hosahalli is as important to Mysore as the filling of karigadabu is important for festival.

Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 3

Why was Ranga’s homecoming a big event?

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Ranga's homecoming was a great event as he was the first person from his village to go to Bangalore to study. When he returned after six months, every villager rushed to his house to have a look at him. They expected his studies in Bangalore must have changed him quite a bit.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 4

How does the narrator speak of Ranga’s character?

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Ranga is a very well mannered and educated young bachelor. A good boy who should get married as he would be the perfect husband for his wife. He is also gullible and gets tricked by the narrator into marrying Ratna.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 5

According to Ranga, what type of girl should one marry?

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Ranga wanted to marry a mature girl who would be able to talk lovingly. A very young girl was unlikely to understand him and could misconstrue his words, spoken in love. He cited the example of Dushayantha who had fallen in love with the mature Shakuntala. He felt, he could only marry a girl he admired.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 6

When Ranga reached the narrator’s house, Ratna was __________.

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The narrator goes to ratna's uncle's home and told him to to send Ratna to his home to make buttermilk for him. And the narrator also called Ranga at his home when Ratna is making buttermilk she was also singing, at that time Ranga enter the home.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 7

What is the name of the narrator of the tale?

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The narrator in “Ranga's Marriage” was Shyama. He was an old man who was full of forthrightness and had great sense of humor.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 8

According to the Shastri, what was Ranga’s concern?

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During the meeting Shastri said Ranga's cause of worry was a girl whose name should resemble something found in the sea such as pearl (Ratna); Ranga agreed to it and thus their marriage was fixed. The plan clicked. Within no time both Ranga and Ratna were married.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 9

“There’s greater truth in that shastra than we imagine.” Who said this?

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The Shastri said that the miserable plight of Ranga was on account of a girl, whose name was something found in the ocean such as Kamala, Pachchi or Ratna, forcing Ranga to admit to the truth. Ranga believed that the Shastri had calculated accurately, trusting the shastra to hold deeper truths.
Test: Ranga`s Marriage- 1 - Question 10

“It’s Shyama’s birthday.” Who has been referred to in this line?

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Ranga and ratna's child has been referred in this line. Ranga and Ratna named their son after Shyama to pay respect to the narrator i.e. Shyama, who was the one to unite both of them in the bond of marriage. Moreover, it is an English custom to name the child after someone whom a person likes and both Ranga and Ratna liked Shyama.
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