Name four items that justify the word ‘richely’ and how?

QuestionsName four items that justify the word ‘richely’ and how?
Alen asked 7 years ago

Mention the things the merchants sell to justify the words “richly your wares are displayed” in Sarojini Naidu’s poem “In the Bazaars of Hyderabad”. How is the word ‘richly’ justified here?

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Staff answered 7 years ago

In Sarojini Naidu’s poem In the Bazaars of Hyderabad, the merchants display their merchandise to which the poet comments:

Richly your wares are displayed.

The four items displayed here are crimson and silver turbans, purple brocade tunics, mirrors with amber-panel and daggers with jade handles.

Now, the word ‘richly’ suggests a number of things like the variety and colourfulness of the items, the precious fabrics and rocks like brocade, jade and amber, the rich decoration and design of the items and the rich cultural heritage of India. That is why the use of the word ‘richly’ is justified here.

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