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What are the rich gifts that mother India gave the world?

QuestionsWhat are the rich gifts that mother India gave the world?
Manoj Yadav asked 3 years ago

What gifts did mother India give to the world as told in the poem “The Gift of India” by Sarojini Naidu?

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Jayanta Kumar Maity Staff answered 3 years ago

As mentioned in Naidu’s poem, the rich gifts that Mother India gave the world are the raiment, grain and gold. This refers to all the resources from agricultural productions to priceless metals which the foreign colonisers took to their country while they were ruling India. She also mentions her soldier sons whom she had sent to foreign lands to fight for others in the World Wars.

Priceless treasures torn from my breast,
And yielded the sons of my stricken womb


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Aman Singh answered 10 months ago

The rich gifts which mother India gave the world are the priceless treasures like precious cloth, grain and gold, and also her sons as soldiers to fight someone else’s war.


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Chanchal answered 10 months ago

As seen in poem we find that the richest gift was her precious and priceless sons.


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Aishna agarwal answered 6 months ago

In the poem the gift of india speaker personified as mother india says that she has gifted to the world raiment(cloth), grain(agricutural produce) and gold(precious metal) this shows that india has ‘gifted’ the world,materials ranging from agricutural produce to precious metals, showing exploitation of indian resources during British rule. India has sacrificed and being looted severely during the British rule. The major sacrifice that poet depicts is the sacrifice of the brave indian soldiers that were send to fight war on the foreign lands(to the east and the west) and did not return because of unfortunate death. 


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