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Question & Answer
Q.1: Why didn’t he pay the school fees on the day he brought money to school?
Ans : He did not pay the school fees on the day he brought money to school because Master Ghulam Mohammed (the teacher who collected the fees) was on leave, and it would be collected the next day.
Q.2: (i) What were the coins ‘saying’ to him? (ii) Do you think they were misguiding him?
Ans : (i) The coins were asking him to buy the jalebis. They said that those fresh, hot jalebis were not coming out for nothing. Jalebis were meant to be eaten, and only those with money in their pocket could eat them. They also said that money was meant to be spent, and only those who liked jalebis spent it. (ii) Yes, they were misguiding him. Even though the money was for the payment of fees, they urged him to spend all on jalebis.
Q.3: Why didn’t he take the coins’ advice? Give two or three reasons.
Ans : He did not take the coins’ advice because he was a good boy. He knew that the coins were misguiding him. He said he got so much at home that he considered even looking at something in the market a sin. Besides, the coins were his fees. If he spent them that day, he would not be able to show his face to Master Ghulam Mohammed the next day at school, and after that to God. He also said that when Master Ghulam Muhammad got angry, he made students stand on the bench till the last bell would ring. Therefore, he decided not to take the coins’ advice.
Q.4: (i) What did the oldest coin tell him? (ii) Did he follow his advice? If not, why not?
Ans : (i) The oldest coin said that they were trying to tell him something for his own good. It said that he would get the scholarship money the next day, and with that money he could pay his fees. Hence, he could very well buy the jalebis with the fees money. (ii) No, he did not follow its advice. Even though his mouth watered, he remembered the fact that he was among the most promising students at school. In the fourth standard exams, he had even won a scholarship of four rupees a month. Also, he came from a particularly well-to-do family and enjoyed considerable prestige. He had never once been beaten. On the contrary, his teacher had got him to beat the other boys. He thought that for a child of such status, standing in the middle of the market and eating jalebis was inappropriate. Giving these reasons, he returned home.
Q.5: He reached home with the coins in his pocket. What happened then?
Ans : When he reached home, the coins began to speak again. When he went inside to have lunch, they began to shriek. He was so thoroughly fed up that he rushed out of the house barefoot and ran towards the market. Although he was terrified, he quickly asked for a whole rupee worth of jalebis. The halwai opened up a whole newspaper and heaped a pile of jalebis on it.
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