Chapter-4 In the Kingdom of Fools- Extra Questions and Notes

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Extra Questions, Notes, Assignment and study material for Class 9th as Per CBSE Syllabus

Chapter-4

Lesson Name-In The Kingdom of Fools

By- A.K. Ramanujan’s

Short and Simple Summary of the lesson in English-In  The Kingdom of Fools / Summary in simple Words/ Critical appreciation of the lesson –  In The Kingdom of Fools

DETAILED SUMMARY OF THE STORY

There was once a Kingdom of Fools. In this kingdom, both the king and the minister were idiots. They wanted to rule in a way different from other kings. They ordered that everyone should be awake at night and work during the day. One day a guru and his disciple arrived in the city. It was broad daylight and everyone d eveone was asleep. As soon as the sun set, the whole town woke up and starteda  its business. The two men were hungry. They went to buy some groceries. They found that everything cost the same — a single duddu. When they had cooked and eaten, the guru realised that it would not be wise to stay in a kingdom of fools. But the disciple didn’t want to leave the place because everything was cheap there. So the guru left the place and the disciple stayed on, He ate his fill every day and grew fat. One day a thief broke into a rich merchant’s house by making a hole in the wall. As he was carrying out his loot, the wall of the house collapsed on his head and he died instantly. The thief’s brother went running to the king and complained that the merchant should be punished for not building a strong wall. The king sent for the merchant. But the merchant pleaded that it was really the fault of the man who built the wall. The bricklayer was brought in. He said that when be was building the wall, his eyes and mind were distracted towards a dancing girl. She was going up and down that street all day with her anklets jingling. The dancing girl was brought to the court. She gave the excuse that she had given some gold to the goldsmith to make some jewellery for her. The goldsmith was a lazy fellow. He delayed the work. He made her walk up and down his house a dozen times. When the goldsmith was brought before the king, he said that he had to attend to a rich merchant’s orders first. There was a wedding at the merchant’s house and he was not ready to wait. That was why he made the dancer come many times to his door. The king asked him the rich merchant’s name. He was none other than the merchant whose wall had fallen. But the merchant cried that it was not he but his deceased father who had entrusted the jeweller with the job of making the ornaments. At this the king remarked that it was proper to punish him in place of his father. A new stake was ordered to be made ready for the execution. It occurred to the minister that the rich merchant was too thin to be properly executed on the stake. He discussed this with the king. It was decided that a fat man should be found to fit the stake. The eyes of the servants fell on the disciple who had fattened himself for months on bananas and rice and wheat and ghee. He was taken to the king. The disciple pleaded that he was innocent but it was all in vain. While he was waiting for his death, he remembered his guru. The guru saw everything by his magical powers. He arrived there at once to save his disciple. He whispered something in his disciple’s ear. Then he requested the king to put him to the stake first. When the disciple heard this, he said that he was brought there first and so be should be put to death first. The king was puzzled by their behaviour. He asked why  each of them wanted to die first. The guru hesitatingly told him that whoever died on the stake first, would be reborn as the king of that country. The one who died next ‘4 would be the future minister of that country. The king did not want to lose the kingdom to someone else in the next round of life. He and his minister decided to go on the stake themselves and be reborn as king /1 and minister. The king told the executioners to put to death the first man who came to them and then do the same to the second man. That night the king and his minister went secretly to the prison and released the guru and the disciple. They then disguised themselves as the two and got themselves executed. The people now begged the guru t and the disciple to be their king and minister. The two agreed and changed all the old laws. From then onwards, night was to be night and day was to be day. Also, nothing A could be got for a duddu. The place became like any other place.

Summary in Hindi/In The Kingdom of Fools

एक समय में मूर्खों का एक राज्य था । राज्य में राजा और मंत्री दोनों मूर्ख थे ।  वे दूसरे राजाओं से भिन्न तरीके से शासन करना चाहते थे । उन्होंने आदेश दिया कि रात को सभी लोगों को जाग कर काम करना है; जैसे ही सूर्योदय होगा, सभी को सो जाना है । जिस किसी ने आज्ञा का उल्लंघन किया उसे मृत्युदंड मिलना था । एक दिन एक गुरु और उसका शिष्य शहर में पहुँचे । भरी दोपहरी थी और हर कोई सोया हुआ था । जैसे ही सूर्यास्त हुआ , पूरा नगर जाग उठा और अपने काम पर लग गया । दोनों व्यक्ति भूखे थे । वे कुछ किराने का सामान खरीदने गए । उन्होंने देखा कि हर चीज का एक ही दाम था – एक डड्डू । जब वे खाना पका कर खा चुके तो गुरु को एहसास हुआ कि मूर्खो के एक राज्य में ठहरना बुद्धिमानी नहीं होगी । किन्तु शिष्य वह स्थान छोड़ कर जाना नहीं चाहता था क्योंकि वहां हर चीज़ सस्ती थी । इसलिए गुरु वहाँ से चला गया और शिष्य वहीं ठहर गया । वह हर दिन भर पेट खाने लगा और मोटा हो गया ।

एक दिन एक चोर दीवार में सेंध लगा कर एक धनी व्यापारी के घर के अन्दर घुस गया । जैसे को वह अपनी लूट का सामान लेकर बाहर जा रहा था, मकान की दीवार उसके सिर पर गिर गई और वह उसी समय मर गया । चोर का भाई दौड़ता हुआ राजा के पास गया और उसने शिकायत की कि एक मज़बूत दीवार नहीं बनाने के अपराध से व्यापारी को दंड मिलना चाहिए । राजा ने व्यापारी को बुला भेजा । किन्तु व्यापारी ने विनती की कि वास्तव यह उस  व्यक्ति का दोष था जिसने दीवार बनाई थी । राजमिस्त्री को लाया गया । उसने कहा कि जब वह दीवार बना रहा था तो उसका ध्यान एक नर्तकी पर चला गया था । वह पूरा दिन अपनी पायल बजाती हुई उस सड़क पर आती- जाती रही थी । उस नर्तकी को दरबार में लाया गया । उसने अपनी तरफ से सफाई पेश की कि उसने सोनार को अपने लिए कुछ आभूषण बनाने के लिए कुछ सोना दिया हुआ था । सोनार एक आलसी व्यक्ति था । उसने काम को करने में देर लगाई । उसने दर्जनों बार उससे अपने घर के चक्कर लगवाए । जब सोनार को राजा के सामने लाया गया तो उसने कहा कि उसे पहले एक धनी व्यापारी का काम करना था । उस व्यापारी के घर में विवाह था और वह प्रतीक्षा करने को तैयार नहीं था उसी कारण से उसने  नर्तकी से इतनी बार अपने घर के चक्कर लगवाए । राजा ने उससे उस धनी व्यापारी का नाम पूछा । वह धनी व्यापारी और कोई नहीं , वही था जिसकी दीवार गिर गई थी । किन्तु व्यापारी चिल्लाया कि उसने नहीं बल्कि उसके मृत पिता ने आभूषण बनाने का काम सोनार को दिया था । राजा ने कहा कि अपने पिता की जगह पर उसे दंड मिलना वाजिब था ।

प्राणदंड के लिए एक नई सूली बनाकर तैयार रखने का आदेश दिया गया । मंत्री को यह विचार आया कि सूली पर सही तरीके से भर डालने के लिए वह धनी व्यापारी बहूत पतला था । उसने इस बारे में राजा से बात –चीत की । यह निर्णय लिया गया कि सूली पर चढ़ाने के लिए किसी उपयुक्त मोटे व्यक्ति को ढूंढा जाए । नौकरों  की नज़र उस शिष्य पर पड़ गई जो महीनों से केले, चावल, गेहूँ और घी खा-खा कर मोटा हो गया था । उसे

राजा के पास ले जाया गया ।  शिष्य ने विनती की वह निर्दोष था किन्तु सब व्यर्थ गया।

जिस दौरान वह अपनी मृत्यु की प्रतीक्षा कर रहा था उसने गुरु को याद किया । गुरु ने अपनी जादुई शक्ति से सब कुछ देख लिया । वह अपने शिष्य को बचाने के लिए तुरन्त वहाँ पहुँच गया ।  उसने अपने शिष्य के कान में कुछ कहा ।  फिर उसने राजा से निवेदन किया कि पहले उसे सूली पर चढ़ाया जाए ।  जब शिष्य ने यह सुना तो उसने कहा कि उसे वहाँ पहले लाया गया था और इसलिए पहले उसे मृत्युदंड मिलना चाहिए ।  राजा उनके व्यवहार से चक्कर में पड़ गया । उसने पूछा कि उनमें से प्रत्येक पहले क्यों मरना चाहता था ।  गुरु ने हिचकिचाते हुए उत्तर दिया कि जो पहले सूली पर चढ़ेगा वह आपले जन्म में पैदा होकर उस देश का राजा बनेगा ।  जो उसके बाद मरेगा वह उस देश का भावी मंत्री बनेगा ।  

राजा दूसरे जन्म में अपना राज्य किसी दूसरे के हाथ में नहीं खोना चाहता था ।  उसने और उसके मंत्री ने निर्णय लिया कि वे स्वयं सूली पर चढ़ जाएँगे और राजा और मंत्री के रूप में फिर से जन्म लेंगें ।  राजा ने जल्लादों से कहा कि उनके पास जो पहला व्यक्ति आएगा उसे पहले मार डालना है और फिर वैसा ही दूसरे आने वाले व्यक्ति के साथ करना है ।   उस रात राजा और उसका मंत्री चुपके से कैदखाने में गए और उन्होंने गुरु और शिष्य को आज़ाद कर दिया । फिर उन्होंने उन दोनों का वेश धारण किया और स्वयं को मौत के घाट उतरवा लिया ।  लोगों ने अब गुरु और शिष्य को उनका राजा और मन्त्री बनने के लिए याचना की । दोनों मान गए और उन्होंने सभी पुराने कानूनों को बदल दिया ।  उस दिन के बाद से रात को रात रहना था और दिन को दिन । इसके अतिरिक्त एक डड्डू में कुछ भी नहीं मिलना था ।  वह जगह किसी भी अन्य जगह की तरह बन गई ।

In The Kingdom of Fools Extra Questions and Answers

OBJECTIVE-TYPE MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS

Choose the correct answer.

1.Name the writer of the story ‘In the Kingdom of Fools’.

 (A) Harsh Mander.

(B) R.K. Laxman.

(C) A.K. Ramanujan.

(D) Ruskin Bond.

2.In the Kingdom of Fools , ………….

 (A) the king was an idiot.

 (B) the minister was an idiot.

 (C) both the king and the minister were idiots.

 (D) neither the king nor the minister was an idiot.

3.The king and the minister did not want ……………

(A) to run things like other kings.

(B) to change night into day.

(C) to change day into night.

 (D) to make people work at night.

4.The king and the minister ordered that ……………

 (A) everyone should be awake at night.

 (B) people should do their work only after dark.

(C) everyone should go to bed as soon as the sun rose.

(D) everyone should follow all the above directions.

5.The king and the minister warned that anyone who disobeyed their orders

  (A) would be turned out of the kingdom.

(B) would be punished with death.

(C) would be put into the prison.

(D) would be given lashes on the back.

6.When a guru and his disciple reached the city, ……………

 (A) it was midnight.

(B) it was broad daylight.

 (C) it was a cold evening.

 (D) it was early dawn.

7.The guru and his disciple found that ……………

  (A) everyone was asleep in the day.

(B) everyone was working in the day.

(C) everyone was asleep at night.

(D) everyone was moving about in the hot sun.

8.The guru and his disciple wandered around the town ……………

 (A) till morning.

(B) till evening.

(C) till midnight.

 (D) till noon.

9.It surprised the guru and his disciple to see that everything in the shops of the town……….

 (A) cost  a rupee.

(B) cost  a duddu.

(C) cost  too much.

 (D) cost  five rupees.

10.The guru and his disciple could buy all the food they wanted …………

 (A) for a duddu.

(B) for a rupee.

(C) for five rupees.

 (D) for ten rupees.

11.The gum didn’t think it right to stay in the town because………..

 (A) he realized that the king was a fool.

(B) he realized that the minister was a fool.

 (C) he realized that it was a kingdom of fools.

(D) he realized that his disciple will cheat him.

12.The disciple didn’t want to leave the toyn because …………..

  (A) food and everything else was so cheap there.

 (B) the people were so nice there.

 (C) the king was so kind there.

 (D) it was a kingdom of fools and he could fool anybody easily.

13.The disciple ate his fill every day and grew fat ………….

 (A) like an elephant.

(B) like a fig.

(C) like a street-side sacred bull.

(D) like a big balloon.

14.The wall of the old house collapsed when the thief………..

(A) was making a hole in it.

(B) was going in through the hole.

(C) was carrying out his loot through the hole.

 (D) was trying to hide himself under the wall.

15.How was the thief killed ?

 (A) The wall of the old house collapsed on his head as he was coming out of it with his loot.

(B) The wall of the old house fell on him when he was making a hole in it.

 (C) The wall of the old house fell on him when he was going in through the hole.

(D) The wall of the old house collapsed on his head when he was hiding under it.

16.The thief’s brother wanted the king to punish the merchant because …………….

(A) he had stopped his brother from pursuing his ancient trade.

(B) he had refused to compensate the family for his brother’s death.

(C) his brother had been killed while pursuing his ancient trade.

(D) he had not built a good strong wall which had caused his brother’s death.

17.The merchant told the king that his name was …………

(A)  such and such.

(B) so and such.

(C) such and so.

(D) so and so.

18.The merchant said that his wall fell because…………..

(A) the thief had tried to break in.

(B) the wall was old and weak.

 (C) the bricklayer had not built it right.

 (D) the hole made in it was too big.

19.The bricklayer said he couldn’t build the wall right because……………

(A) a dancing girl kept looking at him all day.

(B) a dancing girl kept talking to him all day.

(C) a dancing girl kept going up and down the street all day.

(D) he could not keep his eyes and mind on the wall due to the jingling anklets of a dancing girl  who   kept going up and down the street all day.

20.The dancing girl put the blame on ……….

 (A) the bricklayer.

(B) the rich merchant.

 (C) the goldsmith.

 (D) the rich merchant’s father.

21.The king said that the merchant had inherited……….

 (A) his father’s riches.

 (B) his father’s sins.

 (C) his father’s riches as well as sins.

 (D) None of the above.

22.The merchant could not be hanged because…………..

 (A) he was not the real culprit.

 (B) the real culprit was the merchant’s father.

(C)’the merchant was too thin to be properly executed on the stake.

(D) the merchant could not be found anywhere.

23.It was decided to hang the disciple in place of the merchant because………………

 (A) he was the real culprit.

(B) he had not followed his guru’s advice.

(C) he was living in the town illegally.

(D) he was fat enough to fit the stake.

24.Who was executed in the end ?

 (A) The king and his minister.

(B) The guru and his disciple.

 (C) The merchant and his father.

 (D) The bricklayer and the goldsmith.

25.Who was made the new king after the previous king’s execution ?

(A) The guru.

 (B) The disciple.

(C) The king’s minister.

 (D) The king’s son.

Hints :    1. C        2. C         3. A        4.D        5.         6. B        7.        8. B        9. B

                  10.B       11.C       12.A       13.C       14.C       15.A         16.D       17.A       18.C

                 19.D       20.C      21 C        22.C       23.D       24.A       25.A.

Short Answer Type Questions  (30 to 40 words)

1. What things were different in the Kingdom of Fools ?

Ans. In the Kingdom of Fools, the people did all their work at night. They slept during daytime. Everything cost the same there — a single duddu.

2. Why did the guru want to leave this kingdom quickly ? Why did the disciple stay on ?

Ans. The guru did not think it wise to stay in a kingdom of fools. But the disciple stayed on because everything was cheap there. All he wanted was good, cheap food .

3. What was foolish about the king’s trial of the merchant ?

Ans. The merchant’s wall had fallen upon a thief. The thief was killed. So the king ordered to execute the merchant. This judgement of the king was very foolish.

4. Who was finally blamed for the crime and why ?

Ans. The rich merchant was blamed. His father had ordered the jewellery. But he was now dead. So the merchant was to be punished in his father’s place .

5. Now justice had come full circle, thought the king. What argument did the merchant come up with ? What counter-argument did the king give ?

Ans. The merchant argued that his father had ordered the jewellery. Therefore he (merchant) was innocent. The king said that the merchant had inherited the riches as well as the sins of his father.

6. Why was It decided to execute the disciple ?

Ans. The rich man was too thin to be executed properly on the stake. A fat man was needed for this. So the disciple was chosen to be executed.

7. How did the kingdom become normal again ?

Ans. The people requested the guru and the disciple to be their king and minister. They finally agreed and changed all the old laws. Thus the kingdom became normal again.

8. What did the dancing girl say in her defence ?

Ans. The dancing girl said that she had given some gold to the goldsmith to make some jewellery. The goldsmith made many excuses. So she had to walk up and down his house many times

9. How did the guru come to know that his disciple was in trouble ?

Ans. The guru had magical powers. He saw in a vision that his disciple was in trouble

10. What did the king and his minister do at night ?

Ans.  At night, the king and his minister went secretly to the prison. They released the gum and the disciple. They then disguised themselves as the two. Then they got themselves executed.

Other Important Questions

Q.1. Why did the guru want to leave this Kingdom quickly ? Why did the disciple stay on ?

Ans. The guru realised that it was the Kingdom of Fools. He decided to leave the kingdom at once. He  told his disciple that where fools ruled, their lives could be in danger. But the disciple was happy there. Everything was cheap in the kingdom. He did not want to go. So the guru left the kingdom. The disciple stayed on the sake of cheap food

Q.2. What waS ‘foolish’ about the king’s trial of the merchant ?

 Ans. The merchant had not killed the thief. He was being punished only because his wall had fallen on the thief. Secondly, he said that his father had been to blame. But because, his father had died, the king ordered the merchant to be executed in place of his father.

Q.3. Who were the people questioned during the course of the trial, and what was each person’s defence ?

Ans. First, the owner of the house was summoned. But he said that the bricklayer who had constructed the wall was responsible. The bricklayer said that when he was making a wall, a dancing girl distracted his attention. The dancing girl said that a goldsmith did not make jewellery in time. So she had to pass through the street several times. The goldsmith said that he had to make ornaments fora wedding in the rich man’s house. So he could not finish the jewellery of the dancing girl in time. He was the same owner who had been summoned first of all.

Q.4. Who was finally blamed for the crime and why ?

Ans. The rich owner of the house was finally blamed for the crime. He said that his father had ordered for the jewellery and he should have been responsible. But because his father had died, the king gave judgement that he would die in his father’s place.

Q.5. How did the king and his minister die in place of the guru and his disciple ?

 Ans. The king told thq executioners to put to death the first and second man who come to them the next morning. That night, the king and the minister went  secretly  to the prison. They released the guru and his disciple. They disguised its the gum and the disciple. The next morning, the executioners killed them.

Q.6. How did the kingdom become normal again ?

 Ans. When the people came to know of the death of their king and minister, they mourned. They discussed the future of the kingdom. They requested the guru and the disciple to be their king and minister. They agreed to rule the kingdom, but on one condition. The old laws would be ‘changed. The good days returned to the kingdom. Thus the kingdom became normal again.

Important Long/ Detailed Answer Type Questions- to be answered in about 100 -150 words each

Value based questions-

 ESSAY TYPE QUESTIONS

 Q.1. What did the Guru and his disciple see in the Kingdom of the Fools? Why did the guru decide to leave the kingdom at once ?

Ans. There was a Kingdom of Fools. In this country, the king as well as his minister, both were fools. They ordered all things to be reversed. People were ordered to work during the days and sleep during the nights. Anyone who did not obey this order would be put to death. So out of fear people obeyed the king. One day, a guru and disciple arrived in the city. They were surprised to find that everyone was sleeping during the day. There was no activity. Then the night fell and everyone got up. They started doing their normal work. The guru and the disciple were hungry. They purchased some food items. They were surprised to find that the price of everything was the same—one duddu. The guru realised that it was the Kingdom of Fools. He decided to leave the kingdom at once. He told his disciple that where fools ruled, their lives could be in danger. But the disciple was happy there. Everything was cheap in the kingdom. He did not want to go. So the guru left the kingdom. The disciple stayed on the sake of cheap food

Q.2. Describe in b f the strange case brought to the king and the king’s judgement.

Ans. One day, a thief broke into the house of a rich man, A wall of the house fell on him and he died on the spot. The brother of the thief complained to the king that the rich man was responsible for the thief’s death because the wall of his house was weak. The owner of the house was summoned. But he said that the bricklayer who had constructed the wall was responsible. The bricklayer said that when he was making a wall, a dancing girl  passed several times through the street. She distracted his attention. So she was responsible. The dancing girl told the king that she had ordered a goldsmith to make jewellery for her. He did not make it in time. So shy had to pass through the street several times. The goldsmith was caijed. He said that he had to make ornaments for a wedding in the rich man’s house. So he could not finish the jewellery of the dancing girl ip time. He was the same owner of the house where the thief had died. He said that his father had placed the order. The king and his minister decided that since the rich man’s father had died, he would be executed in his father’s place

Value Based Questions and Answers of In The Kingdom of Fools

QUICK REVIEW OF THE CHAPTER

1.In the Kingdom of Fools how were the king and the minister ?

(A) clever                                            (B) kind

(C) idiot                                                (D) intelligent

Ans. (C) idiot

2.What did the king and the minister decide to do ?

 (A) they decided to give money to everyone      (B) they decided to change the day into night and night into day

 (C) they decided to change their capital                 (D) they decided to punish all the wise men in their kingdom

 Ans. (B) they decided to change the day into night and night into day

3.In the Kingdom of Fools when did the men work ?

(A) during day                                                                   (B) during night

 (C) in the morning                                                          (D) when the sun was extremely hot

Ans. (B) during night

4.In the Kingdom of Fools when did the people sleep ?

 (A) during day                                                                  (B) during night

 (C) after six months                                                       (D) they never slept

 Ans. (A) during day

5.What punishment was given to the person who disobeyed the order ?

(A) heavy fine                                                                   (B) one week imprisonment

(C) life imprisonment                                                     (D) death penalty

 Ans. (D) death penalty

6.Who reached in the Kingdom of Fools ?

(A) a guru and his disciple                                             (B) two thieves.

 (C) two young men                                                        (D) two tradesmen

Ans. (A) a guru and his disciple

7.What was the name of currency in the Kingdom of Fools ?

 (A) rupee                                                                           (B) duddu

(C) dollar                                                                              (D) pound

Ans. (B) duddu

8.What did everything cost in the Kingdom of Fools ?

(A) a duddu                                                                        (B) two duddus

(C) five duddus                                                                                 (D) ten duddus

Ans. (A) a duddu

9.What did the guru think about living in the Kingdom of Fools ?

 (A) enjoying the life fully                                             (B) was a good idea

 (C) tension free life                                                        (D) not a good idea

Ans. (D) not a good idea

10.What was the disciple’s opinion about living there ?

(A) he wanted to live there and enjoy good        (B) he did not want to live there and cheap food

 (C) he was afraid of the fools                                     (D) all the options are correct

Ans. (A) he wanted to live there and enjoy good and cheap food

11.Who became fat like a street-side sacred bull ?

 (A) the guru                                                                       (B) the disciple

 (C) the king                                                                        (D) the minister

Ans. (B) the disciple

12.In whose house did the thief break into ?

(A) the minister                                                                (B) the disciple

 (C) a rich merchant                                                         (D) the goldsmith

Ans. (C) a rich merchant

13.The wall of the house collapsed on the thief. What happened to him ?

(A) his leg was broken                                                   (B) his head injured

 (C) he was seriously Injured                                       (D) lie died on the spot

Ans. (D) he died on the spot

14.After the thief’s death who ran to the king for justice ?

 (A) the thief’s brother                                                                  (B) the merchant 

(C) the disciple                                                                  (D) the mason

 Ans. (A) the thief’s brother

15Whom did the thief’s brother blame for his brother’s death ?

 (A) the king                                                                       (B) the minister

 (C) the rich merchant                                                    (D) the thief himself

Ans. (C) the rich merchant

16.Who did the king summon for the first time ?

(A) the disciple                                                                  (B) the thief’s brother

 (C) the merchant                                                            (D) the mason

Ans.. (C) the merchant

17.Who did the rich merchant blame for the weak wall ?

 (A) his father                                                                    (B) the thief

 (C) the bricklayer                                                            (D) to himself

 Ans. (C) the bricklayer

18.Who was summoned next to the rich merchant ?

 (A) the bricklayer                                                             (B) the dancer

(C) the goldsmith                                                             (D) the disciple

Ans. (A) the bricklayer

19.How was the bricklayer produced before the king ?

 (A) in a chariot                                                                  (B) on a horse’s back

 (C) tied hand and foot                                                  (D) without any chains

 Ans. (C) tied hand and foot

20.Who did the bricklayer hold responsible for mak ing a weak wall ?

 (A) the rich merchant                                                    (B) the dancing girl

 (C) the disciple                                                                  (D) the minister

Ans. (B) the dancing girl

 

 

 

 

 

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