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Q. You are Rehan/Reema of Tagore Garden, New Delhi. You and your family had to face some unpleasant experiences when an uninvited guest overstayed with you recently. Taking help from the information given in the input below, make a diary entry in 100-120 words describing your experiences.

 

Hints:

  • Guests are welcome
  • but only for a short period
  • uninvited guests create problems and inconveniences
  • Rohan, a distant relative of my mother
  • stormed into the house uninvited
  • no news
  • created a lot of inconvenience
  • accommodated in a separate room
  • sets of new clothes
  • towels
  • cosmetics
  • strictly vegetarian
  • didn’t allow meat and fish in the kitchen
  • witty and humorous
  • sang folk songs
  • but ultimately a nuisance
  • didn’t think of leaving
  • fortunately his son came to take him
  • we were relieved of an unwanted burden.

 

Ans.

Tagore Garden
10th March, 20XX
Monday, 8:00 pm

Dear Diary,

It is true that guests are like gods and they should be respected. But experiences of the people tell different stories. There can’t be a bigger nuisance in the house when an uninvited and unwanted guest has to be entertained. The situation becomes all the more unbearable when such a guest overstays threatening the peace and privacy of the family. Rohan, a distant relative of my mother stormed into our house uninvited. Actually, we were not prepared to entertain him at that point of time. Anyway, I had to leave my room for him. A new blanket, a set of clothes, a towel, a pair of shoes and cosmetics were arranged for his comfortable stay. He was a strict vegetarian and religious minded person. He couldn’t tolerate meat and eggs in the kitchen. He would test the patience of our ears by singing hymns in his raucous voice. Let’s give due even to the Devil. He was very witty and full of jokes. But that was a little compensation for his overstay. The peace and privacy of the family totally disappeared. But people say everything has an end. And one day Rohan’s son came to take him to his native village. We felt relieved and liberated after seeing him off at the station.

Rehan

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