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Q.1. Why did the child think to become a gardener?
The child thought to become a gardener to dig the ground without being stopped by anybody.
Q.2. The child met a hawker. Where and When?
The child met a hawker on the road when he was on the way to his school in the morning.
Q.3. Where did the child see the gardener?
The child saw the gardener outside his house in the afternoon.
Q.4. Where did the child see the watchman from?
The child saw the watchman through an open window when he was about to sleep.
Q.5. What would the child do if he were a hawker?
If the child were a hawker, he would spend his day selling on the road, calling ‘Bangles’, ‘Crystal Bangles’.
Q.1. What sort of life does the child wish for?
The child wishes for a carefree life with no restrictions like that of a hawker, a gardener, or a watchman who doesn’t have to bother about returning home on time, getting scolded for soiled clothes, or going to bed.
Q.2. What is the lifestyle led by the hawker, the watchman, and the gardener?
The hawker the watchman and the gardener are doing their vocational duties. They are leading their life the way they want to. There are no restrictions on them. They are leading a free lip.
Q.3. What did the child say about the hawker in the street?
The child said about the hawker in that street the hawker was not in a hurry. There was no fixed time for him to return to his home or no specific road he must go on.
Q.1. Why did the child think that the life of others is interesting?
The child thought other ’s life more interesting because he was under the strict control of his family. He was not allowed to move anywhere at his will and return home according to his own will. He was fed up with his life due to the restrictions imposed on him. He did not like these restrictions It was his thinking that the hawker, gardener, and watchman were very happy as they could do things at their own wish. They could go anywhere at any time without any restrictions. This is the reason why the child wanted to exchange his life with that of the hawker, the gardener, and the watchman to become free from the restrictions.