Q. 2 B5.0( 2 Votes )
(a) The sight of women marching at the tail end of the precession makes the author jubilant.
(b) The precession mainly consisted of the elite educated men, their sons, their brothers who attained education from public schools and universities.
(c) The women were also a part of the survey. They wanted to get a sight of the procession and know the actual facts behind the procession.
(d) Women have not been lucky like men to attain education or intellectual under green lamps in prestigious colleges. Instead, they have thought while they stirred the pot, while they rocked the cradle. Through household chores women have evolved with their thought process.
(e) The need for critical self-reflection. A sense of awakening leading to betterment of women.
(f) In the passage, ‘sixpence’ refers to opportunity. Opportunity to rise and shine by the women.
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