BSc/BA/ADP The New Constitution English Short Stories Notes In Pdf
THE NEW CONSTITUTION by S.T. Manto
- Write a note on the political scene of India before independence,
- Write a note on the social scene of India before independence.
- Write a note on the moral scene of India before the partition.
- Discuss, Ustad Mangu, in “The New Constitution” as a representative of common Indians.
- Why did Ustad Mangu her hate Gora Sahib so much?
- “Look at them” he would say “came to the house to fetch a candle and before you knew it, they had taken it over. I can’t stand the sight of them, these human monkeys.” of discuss.
- “The way they order you around as if one was their father’s slave!” Why did Ustad Mangu hate the British?
- Ustad Mangu “Wished nothing better than the immediate demise of this impertinent gora.” Why?
- “Hate is also creative: it creates more hate and hope is also creative: it creates more hape” Discuss with the reference of “The New Constitution”?
- What kind of change Ustad Mangu was expecting from the New Act of 1935? Explain.
- What were people’s expectations from the new Constitution?
- “The new constitution is going to be like boiling hot water which will destroy these bugs who suck the blood of the poor.” Discuss.
- How was Ustad Mangu disillusioned on 1st April?
- Why is Mangu, the Tangewala in “The New Constitution” always quarrelling with goras, the white men?
- ‘Sahib Bahadur where do you wish to be taken, says Ustad Mangu with “undisguised Irony?”
- Why did he quarrel with the gora soldier?
- Describe the circumstances which led to his quarrel with the gora soldier?
- Write a character-sketch of Ustad Mangu.
A Single Multi-Answer For All The New Constitution Important Questions
(You can write this answer for every Question about The New Constitution Short Story)
Ustad Mangu is a mouth-piece of stylist Manto and an agent of the Indians. He is an inhabitant of usurping and of “sunny fountains and golden sand”. He is sweltering with the heat of British imperialism, moral corruption, social decay, poverty. Hindu-Muslim clashes and mistreatment in the hands of white monkeys under the shine of expected Act 1935 before the division of India.
[Hatred]: – His lungs only receive the air of hatred, “Look at them” he would say “came to the house to fetch a candle and before you knew, they had taken it over. I can’t stand the sight of them, these human monkeys. The way they order you around as if one was their father’s slave!” and “He wished nothing better than the immediate demise of this impertinent Gora” and in this scenario, W. John says, “Hate is also creative; it creates no hate and hope is also creative: it creates more hope.”
[Expectation]: – From the chat of Lawyers and students, he hoped that Indians would hue out an Act of freedom, fairness, change, and right from the black mountain of slavery. In Ustad, Mangu Indians were expecting, “The new constitution is going to be like boiling hot water which will destroy these bugs who suck the blood of the poor”
[Fight]: – He was under the daydream of a new constitution. But the routine morning of 1″ April in Lahore was as same as the smell of his own armpits. In this bewilderment, he met with Gora who wanted to go to a dancing girl’s bazaar. Mr. Mangu asked ironically ‘Sahib Bahadur where do you wish to be taken”. His bloodshot eyes drew the eyes of an old enemy, fire with fire, heart groaned under the warmth of new constitution, as soon as par the Gora overtook him, he was but a word and a series of blows. Ustad Mangu was locked up but he was right in blowing the gora for his deep hatred against the British and for their cruel treatment.
Thus, it is plain and patent that.