NCERT Solutions for Class 11 English Snapshots Chapter-3

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Do the perceptions of astrologers depend on the stars or are based on hearsay?

In the story of ch 3 snapshot Class 11, the author takes a dig at astrologers and has put forward their other side. The narrator teaches an astrologer what he needs to say to Ranga so that he agrees to marry Ratna. When the narrator took Ranga to the astrologer, he studied his stars saying astrology is an ancient science and made some calculations so that Ranga does not turn suspicious. Then he abided by what the narrator had taught him and promised his relationship with Ratna would be successful. Later he explained to the narrator that he would have understood it from Ranga’s stars as well. This shows that they suggest based on hearsay more than their actual calculations.

2. Has the Indian society experienced any changes in marriages as described in the story?

Traditionally, marriages in India have been arranged by parents or relatives. In this story, the narrator arranges a marriage for Ranga with an astrologer’s help as was prevalent then. However, the Indian society has come a long way forward since then. The consent of the children has become important and the legal age of marriage has also been increased. Through movements like women empowerment, girls are no longer seen as a means of dowry but as partners to the boy as they are now qualified and educated enough. Even girls can choose their partners based on their qualities and choices. Thus although the elders have the final say the children are not forced to marry without their consent anymore.