Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Higher Secondary suggestion 2019 english - 'Strong Roots'

Higher Secondary suggestion 2019 english - 'Strong Roots' 



Hi students today we will discuss about some important Answers to the English suggestions for the forthcoming examination of class 12 English suggestion 2019 which may be 95%
Possible to be given in the question paper. 
So here we go
Higher Secondary suggestion 2019 english - 'Strong Roots'
Higher Secondary suggestion 2019 english - 'Strong Roots' 




Higher Secondary suggestion 2019.
Strong roots


1)'' one of the most vivid memories of my early childhood is of the two men'' - - - who is the speaker? Who were the two men referred to in the line? What was the relationship between the two men? What did the speaker remember about them? (1+2+1+2=6)

Ans : Here the speaker is APJ Abdul Kalam Who said this in his autobiographical narrative '' strong roots''. 
The two men here referred to are Kalam's father Jainulabdeen and his close friend Pakshi Laxmana Sastry, who was the high Priest of Rameshwaram temple. 
The relationship between these two people was that of deep friendship. 
One of the most vivid memories of Kalam's childhood was that of these two men conversing. He recalled that these two men, wearing their traditional dresses, used to discuss spiritual matters with each other. 





2) what did Kalam's father tell him about the relevance of prayers? (6)

Ans : Since his childhood, Kalam found that his father was a deeply religious person. He read the Namaz at dawn, prayed in the evening in a mosque and discussed spiritual methods with his close friend Pakshi Lakshmana Sastry. Therefore, when kalam grew old enough to ask questions, he asked his father about the relevance of prayers. Kalam's father explained that there was nothing mysterious about prayer. He told Kalam that when a person prayed he went beyond his bodily existence and became a part of the universe which is devoid of any discriminating attitude towards age, wealth, cast or Creed. Thus a communion between the spirit of different people was made possible through their prayers. 



3)'' this is not a correct approach at all''-- Who said this and to whom? What approach is referred to here? Why was it not a correct approach? (2+3+1=6)

Ans : the above quoted statement was said by APJ Abdul Kalam's father Jainulabdeen.
He said this to Kalam. 
Here the approach refers to the role of Kalam's father as a mediator at the time of other people's distress. Kalam's father tried to to appease the demonic forces tormenting a person with special prayer and offerings. According to him, this mediation however is not the correct approach. 
This was not a correct approach as a person had to realize by himself the difference between the vision of a fear ridden future and the enemy of Desire tormenting him at the core of his mind. 


4)'' I have throughout my life tried to emulate my father'' - - - who said this? Where did the speaker (in which field) try to emulate his father? What was revealed to him by his father? What did he feel convinced of about emulating his father? (1+1+1+3=6) 

Ans : The above quoted sentence was said by APJ Abdul Kalam in his autobiographical narrative 'strong roots'. 
The narrator tried to emulate his father in his own professional field of science and technology. 
Fundamental truths about life and the universe was revealed to him by his father. 
From the fundamental truths revealed to him by his father, Kalam felt convinced about the existence of a divine power which could lift a man up from confusion, misery sorrow and failure. He was also convinced that by severing one's mental and physical bonds, an individual could gain freedom, happiness and mental peace. 


Or 

How did Kalam father influence him? What did he realize about life and the universe from his father's teachings? (3+3=6)

Ans : Since his childhood, Kalam found that his father was a deeply religious person.The narrator tried to emulate his father in his own professional field of science and technology. Fundamental truths about life and the universe was revealed to him by his father. 


From the fundamental truths revealed to him by his father, Kalam felt convinced about the existence of a divine power which could lift a man up from confusion, misery sorrow and failure. He was also convinced that by severing one's mental and physical bonds, an individual could gain freedom, happiness and mental peace. 


Or 

What is APJ Abdul Kalam's realization on Freedom, happiness and peace of mind? (6)

Ans : Since his childhood, Kalam found that his father was a deeply religious person.The narrator tried to emulate his father in his own professional field of science and technology. Fundamental truths about life and the universe was revealed to him by his father. 


From the fundamental truths revealed to him by his father, Kalam felt convinced about the existence of a divine power which could lift a man up from confusion, misery sorrow and failure. He was also convinced that by severing one's mental and physical bonds, an individual could gain freedom, happiness and mental peace. 

Hope this suggestions will help you get success in your examination . 
Best of luck . 




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