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Bihar Board Class 11 English I Am The Daughter of The Land of Dravida Textual Questions and Answers
Why does the speaker cal] herself both Kam-kanya and Kai-kanya ?
Amrita Pritam is the speaker in this poem. She calls herself both Kam-kanya and Kal-Kanya. She is the daughter of love and daugheter of death, both. The poet describes the different woman has two types of personalities. It is beacause she is the daughter of the land of Dravida. According to the poet Indian woman has to play two types of role. First, the role of creator, like lakshmi and Saraswati, by distributing love among her children, father, mother and relatives. In this way she thinks and works for the well being of her kins and relatives, day and night.
some times she has to play the second role of Goddess Kali, to destroy bad elements and evils. As goddess kali she destroys devils and criminals.
That is why all Indian woman is the daughter of the land of Dravida.
Comment on the Significance of the title? Why does each stanza end with this?
A title of a poem is appropriate when the aims and object of the poem relates to it and is clear. The little of the poem, “I am the daughter of the land of Dravida is a suitable one. The line—”I am the daughter written and each stanza ends with the line,—”I am the daughter of the land of Dravida”.
Another great significace is the use of the word Dravida is every last line of each stanza. Dravida means one who is kind-earted. Dravid is a poins name and the centre of “satya Sanatan Dharm”. The poet in the poem had described the glory of Dravid-vidilization, and is proud of being the daughter of the land of “Dravid”
Another great significance is the use of the word Dravida in every last line of each stanza. Dravida means one who is kind hearted. Dravid is a poins name and the centre of “Satya Snatan Dharm”. The poet in the poem has described the glory of Dravid-civilization, and is praid of being the daughter of the poem is perfectly suitable.
Describe the condition of woman in your society.
No doubt there has been some change in the attitude of people towards women. Now women are educated and even work in every field of national life. But by and large there has not been much change. It remains man’s world. Man dominates at home, in society, in politics and in other shpheres. In rural areas women work very hard but their reward is very little. Women don’t go to school. They are ill-treated and even beaten.