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A. Gandhiji told Ranibala that her bangles were too heavy for her delicate hands.

B. kasturbai felt that though Gandhiji and other men like him might not like jewelry but her daughters-in-law must have a liking for jewelry.


C. Gandhiji said that theie young sons won’t like if their wives wore a lot of jewelry. So the problem was solved.


D. Gandhiji was determined about social welfare. He was of the opinion that a public worker should accept no costly gifts. He believed that he should not own anything costly, whether given or earned. So Gandhiji moved towards renunciation and donated every penny earned in South Africa to the trustees for the service of South African Indians.


E. (ii)untreatable


F. (i) encouraged


G. (iv) distressed


H. (ii) disagreement


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