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The owner was impressed with the old man’s physique. He was tall with greyish hair, a long beak like nose and strong muscular arms. His eyes were suffused with strange memories and native intelligence.
Yes, while narrating the story to the owner’s wife he reveals that in order to punish Basavaiah, he declared himself dead and renounced all his wealth and entity when he reached the coconut grove and the place probably convinced him that he could live there comfortably.
c. There was nothing much left for the owner to do.
Gardener helped his owner in every way and solved his financial crises. Once his worries disappeared, he indulged himself in all possible vices among which adultery was one. This made the owner’s wife to worry about her husband’s strange behaviour.
Gardener helped his owner in every way and solved his financial crises. Once his worries disappeared, he indulged himself in all possible vices among which adultery was one. This made the owner’s wife to worry about her husband’s strange behaviour. Old man guessed that her husband’s misconduct had given her the worries. Therefore he decided to narrate his own story and tried to caution her about human behaviour.
c) Rivalry offers new possibilities of life for him.
c) He was fictionalizing his past.
8. What unique strategy was evolved by Tammanna to annihilate Basavaiah completely
Basavaiah forcibly acquired two hundred acres of Tammanna’s land. A fence was built around that land. Tammanna could not tolerate this invasion. Tammanna was advised by his supporters about the various means available for getting back his land. There was the court of law. One could also take recourse to the police. If you did not want that, there were many numbers of persons ready to attack Basavaiah. But
Tammanna was in search of a method that could annihilate Basavaiah completely. He hit upon the idea of composing all his experiences and Basavaiah’s cruelty in the form of ballads and singing them.
9. Tammanna decides to give up everything and leave the place because
B. He wants to create an impression that he is dead
10. Why does Basavaiah start inviting scholars and musicians to his place?
Tammanna was in search of a method that could annihilate Basavaiah completely. He hit upon the idea of composing all his experiences in the form of ballads and singing them. It brought him immense name and fame which humiliated Basavaiah tremendously. So he bedecked himself with gold, diamonds and other precious stones and started living in a palatial mansion. But the visitors to his house insisted him to
buy Tammanna’s book. Therefore he started inviting scholar’s poet and musicians to his place with the intention of defeating Tammanna.
11. Tammanna forgets his songs and ballads because
B. he doesn’t need them anymore
12. When, according to the narrator, does man lose his name?
According to the narrator, man loses his name after a particular age.
13. When did Tammanna forget all his songs and ballads?
Tammanna forgot all his songs and ballads after the death of Basavaiah
14. Where was the coconut grove located?
The coconut grove was located near Chennarayapatna.
The Gardener Questions and Answers
1. How did Basavaiah try to overcome his humiliation?
P. Lankesh (1985-2000) is an Indian writer and journalist who wrote in the Kannada language. His first work was ‘Kereya Neeranu Kerege Chelli’ a collection of short stories published in 1963. ‘The Gardener’ short story- translated English version of ‘Thotadavanu’ it is translated into English by H.S.Raghavendra Rao. Though the story is initially narrated by the author, Tammanna himself becomes the narrator later.
Tammanna is the protagonist in the story. The owner of the coconut plantation was quite normal. He was working very hard to improve his financial crisis. Therefore, he was looking for someone who would help
Tammanna had one thousand acres and Basavaiah owned eight hundred. Basavaiah could not tolerate this. He sent word to Tammanna asking him to sell two hundred acres. Tammanna did not agree. He was
prepared to buy all the land that belonged to Basavaiah. Basavaiah was mad with rage.
He went along with his people and acquired two hundred acres of Tammanna’s land forcibly. A fence was built around that land. Tammanna could not tolerate this invasion. By now, the quarrel between these two had sucked in all their supporters. Tammanna was advised by his supporters about the various means available for getting back his land. There was the court of law. One could also take recourse to the police.