Hi Everyone!! This article will share The Song of Free Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Swami Vivekananda. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of A Real Hero Mathunny Matthews and My Struggle For an Education so, you can check these posts as well.
The Song of Free Questions & Answers
- Unfurls – spread out
- Deluge – flash
- Stirred – moved
- Betray – break and/ promise to
Question 1: Fill in the blanks:
1. The wounded snake unfurls its hood when he is attacked.
2. We should not afraid of death and misfortunes.
3. We should achieve our goal by hook or by crook.
4. The poet gives the examples of wounded snake, fire, cloud and heart struck-lion.
5. We should always be ready to fight challenges.
6. We should march on right path to the goal.
Question 2: Choose the correct option:
1. The poet wrote this powerful poem to depict the true nature of _________ being.
(c) none of these
2. The spirit is omnipresent, omniscient and ____________.
3. The poet presents a very clear picture of this pure __________.
4. Spirit is _________ and eternal.
5. The ________ may try to crush us and destroy us.
6. Our ___________ may be extremely unfavourable.
Question 3: Write True or False for the following sentences:
1. The poet has faith in divine character of human soul – True
2. This world is not full of pain, misery, troubles and difficulties – False
3. If we have faith in God, we need not to afraid all these things – True
4. Our soul should reach towards its goal which is our soul – False
5. The ups and downs of life give us an opportunity to show the best quality of characters – True
6. Our fate may be extremely unfavourable – True
Question 4: What clear message does the poet give us through this poem?
Answer: The poet gives a clear message that we should not be afraid of death and misfortunes and should move ahead to achieve our goal.
Question 5: Why does the poet give examples of snake, fir, cloud and heart?
Answer: The poet gives examples of snake, fir, cloud and heart to show that every creature reacts when he felt unsafe.
Question 6: Why should we not afraid from death?
Answer: We should not be afraid of death because our soul is immortal and nobody can harm it.
Question 7: Why should we not afraid from problems?
Answer: The poet urges not to be afraid of the problems, difficulties and challenges of life because these are the tests of life which make us strong and confident.
Question 8: Explain: “Let eyes grow dim and heart grow faint”.
Answer: By this line, the poet means that whether we grow weak and old we should march on our aim.
Question 9: Write the central theme of the poem.
Answer: The central theme of the poem is that we should not be afraid of the problems, difficulties and challenges of life. This is because these are the tests of life which make us strong and confident. Human beings can give the best performance by awakening and arousing the hidden power of the soul. We should not fear from the difficulties.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.