How does the poet portray his mother’s love for the Champak trees in Ecology?
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Poet’s mum loves her champak trees. Since she can remember, they’ve given family women flower baskets to offer to their Gods. Her daughters trimmed down the flowers because the aroma gave her migraines. When the mother hears this, she complains passionately about her children. Unknowingly, the poet’s mother becomes a passionate advocate for nature and trees via her love of trees. The poet portrays the educated contemporary man who neglects nature.
Ramanujan loves his mother. The Red Champak tree’s blossoms gave his mother a headache. The breeze and his dwelling can’t protect her from flower pollen. He prunes the tree.
Mom stops him. She sees the tree’s upside. The tree represents her age, she explains. It provides flowers for worshipping Gods and decorating girls. Bird droppings germinate it. Good omen. It may cause headaches. The poem demonstrates the poet’s family focus. His mother loves the tree. So she won’t let him cut the tree.