Is fighting the only way of resolving differences of opinion? What else can be done to reach a mutually acceptable settlement?
This question requires you to use your own perspective as well as your analytical skills. The answer to the question would vary from
one person to another. It is suggested that you read the text carefully and try attempting it on your own.
In what way is the forest pool different from the one which Ranji knewin the Rajputana desert?
The other boy asked Ranji to 'explain' himself.
(i) What did he expect Ranji to say?
(ii) Was he, in your opinion, right or wrong to ask this question?
Between Ranji and the other boy, who is trying to start a quarrel? Givea reason for your answer.
"Then we will have to continue the fight," said the other.
(i) What made him say that?
(ii) Did the fight continue? If not, why not?
What is it that Ranji finds difficult to explain at home?