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Q.1. (a) “Beneath all uniforms…” What uniforms do you think the poet is speaking about?
(b) How does the poet suggest that all people on earth are the same?
(a) The poet is probably speaking about the uniforms that the soldiers wear at the time of war. The word “uniform” here could also mean the traditional dresses of a country.
Q.2. In stanza 1, find five ways in which we all are alike. Pick out the words.
Words that suggest the five ways in which we all are like are:
Q.3. How many common features can you find in stanza 2? Pick out the words.
Ans. There are five common features in stanza 2. These features are the sun, the air, the water, peaceful harvest, hands, and the labour.
Q.4. “…whenever we are told to hate our brothers…” When do you think this happens? Why? Who ‘tells’ us? Should we do as we are told at such times? What does the poet say?