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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Nathu: Nathu is the protagonist of the story. He is a sweeper by profession. He works in the Pipalnagar bank. Sitaram: Sitaram is the son of a washerman. He plays a significant role in the story. Seth Govind Ram: He is the owner of the Pipalnagar bank. Mrs. Srivastava, Mrs. Bhushan, Mr. Bhushan, KamRead more

    • Nathu: Nathu is the protagonist of the story. He is a sweeper by profession. He works in the Pipalnagar bank.
    • Sitaram: Sitaram is the son of a washerman. He plays a significant role in the story.
    • Seth Govind Ram: He is the owner of the Pipalnagar bank.
    • Mrs. Srivastava, Mrs. Bhushan, Mr. Bhushan, Kamal Inshore, Deep Chand, Old Ganpat: All of them are the villagers of Pipalnagar.

    Summary of The Boy Who Broke the Bank

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The whole story is ironic because the boy for whom a bank collapses has no idea about why such a thing happens. He doesn’t even have a bank account. Though the collapsing of the bank may seem the best idea to the readers as this acts as a revenge to the bank’s ignorance towards Nathu’s struggle, itRead more

    The whole story is ironic because the boy for whom a bank collapses has no idea about why such a thing happens. He doesn’t even have a bank account. Though the collapsing of the bank may seem the best idea to the readers as this acts as a revenge to the bank’s ignorance towards Nathu’s struggle, it throws him in a more despicable condition. As the bank collapses, he loses his stable job and doesn’t even get his dues. His future remains the same as he belongs to the lower class background.

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  1. The character of Hamid is pure and selfless. Despite the fact that he had three paisas to buy anything he wanted to, he chooses to buy a gift for his grandmother who is responsible for his upbringing. Hamid’s selflessness stands out throughout the story. He’s caring and generous towards others and eRead more

    The character of Hamid is pure and selfless. Despite the fact that he had three paisas to buy anything he wanted to, he chooses to buy a gift for his grandmother who is responsible for his upbringing. Hamid’s selflessness stands out throughout the story. He’s caring and generous towards others and especially towards his grandmother. He doesn’t complain of the poverty and neither does he complain when the other children are buying gifts. He’s thoughtful and considerate of his situation which his grandmother need no tell him directly. 

    Idgah Story in English Summary

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  1. The moral of the lesson “The Nose-Jewel” is that one should not become greedy and selfish when it comes to material, which belongs to other. Piggishness (Greedy nature) can result in an everlasting stress and pain. In the story, Ramayya spent her rest of the life in terror of being caught by the autRead more

    The moral of the lesson “The Nose-Jewel” is that one should not become greedy and selfish when it comes to material, which belongs to other. Piggishness (Greedy nature) can result in an everlasting stress and pain. In the story, Ramayya spent her rest of the life in terror of being caught by the authorities.

    The Nose Jewel Story Summary in English

     

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