How important is a sense of history in shaping the future?
History matters in shaping the future of a country because it allows counties to understand changes and developments that had taken place to create the present society. Every country can be said to be struggling to progress and develop in one way or another.
What does history tell us in general?
History tells you the story of how your nation, city, or community came to be everything that it is. It tells you where your ancestors came from and tells you who they were. Most importantly of all, it gives you the ability to spot (and appreciate) the legacies you may have inherited from them.
What made rajvir amazed on the way?
Rajvir was amazed by seeing the vast green colored fields. These were the tea gardens that were on both sides of the road. The whole image was very beautiful for him as he could see tall trees behind the tea gardens.
What two legends did rajvir tell about the tea?
2 : The two legends related to the tea origin are : Indian Legend : A monk named “Bodhidharma” once felt very sleepy while he was meditating. So, he cut off his eye lids. Then, from those eye lids, ten plants arosed.
What did rajvir see on his way?
Rajvir enjoyed magnificent view with a lot of greenery on his way to Pranjol’s house. He saw soft green paddy fields and then the tea bushes. It seemed there was a sea of tea bushes against the backdrop of densely wooded hills. There were tall sturdy shade-trees.
Who were Pranjol and rajvir Where are they going?
describe the scenery outside the train? Rajvir and Pranjol were two friends. Rajvir was a young Sikh boy, who was travelling with Pranjol, to spend the holidays in a tea estate of Assam. Pranjol’s father was the manager of a tea estate.
Which state did Pranjol belongs to?
Who was Pranjol?
Pranjol, a youngster from Assam, is Rajvir’s classmate in school in Delhi. Pranjol’s father is the manager of a tea garden in Upper Assam and Pranjol has invited Rajvir to visit his home during the summer vacation. Rajvir visits Assam in a train with Pranjol and he keeps taking pleasures of the scenery.