Tea From Assam Class 10 English Important Notes

Tea From Assam Class 10 English Important Notes to each chapter are provided in the list so that you can easily browse through different chapters Tea From Assam Class 10 English NCERT Important Notes and select need one.

Class 10 English Important Notes Tea From Assam

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Also, you can read the SCERT book online in these sections Solutions by Expert Teachers as per SCERT (CBSE) Book guidelines. These solutions are part of SCERT All Subject Solutions. Here we have given Tea From Assam Class 10 English Important Capsule Notes Solutions for your Exam Preparation in All Subjects, You can practice these here.

Tea From Assam


A. Choose the correct options for the following

1. _______ were waiting to receive Pranjol and his family at Mariani junction.

(i) Pranjol’s parents

(ii) Pranjol’s brother

(iii) Pranjol’s uncle

(iv) Pranjol’s friends

Ans:- (i) Pranjol’s parents.

2. Pranjol didn’t share Rajvir’s excitement on seeing a tea garden because_______

(i) He was drinking Tea

(ii) He was brought up on a plantation 

(iii) He was reading a book

(iv) He was painting

Ans:- (ii) He was brought up on a plantation.

3. Budhishrama cut off his eyelids because ________

(i) he fell asleep during meditation

(ii) he could see better

(iii) he would look handsome

(iv) he was told to do so

Ans:- (i) he fell asleep during meditation.

4. There are____ legends associated with tea.

(i) Two

(ii) Three

(iii) Four 

(iv) Too many

Ans. (i) Two.

5. When was tea first drink?

(i) 2600 B.C 

(ii) 2700 B.C 

(iii) 2780 B.C

(iv) 2870 B.C

Ans. (ii) 2700 B.C.

6. The words ‘Chai’ and ‘Chini’ came from –

(i) Brazil

(ii) China 

(iii) India

(iv) Europe

Ans. (ii) China.

7. Over____ crore cups of Tea are drunk every day throughout the world.

(i) Sixty  

(ii) Seventy 

(iii) Eighty

(iv) Ninty

Ans. (iii) Eighty.

8. Who is the writer of ‘Tea from Assam?’

(i) Bedanta Barua

(ii) Arup kr. Dutta

(iii) Pranjol Barua 

(iv) None of these 

Ans. (ii) Arup kr. Dutta.

9. ________ has the largest concentration of tea plantations in the World.

(i) Darjeeling 

(ii) Tamil Nadu 

(iii) Assam 

(iv) livelihood

Ans:- (iii) Assam

10. What were the doll-like figures that that were seen moving amidst the tea garden?

(i) Tea garden manager 

(ii) Tractor 

(iii) Tea pluckers 

(iv) Shady trees

Ans:- (iii) Tea pluckers. 

Answer the Following

1. Who is the writer of tea from Assam? Who is Mr. Barua mentioned in the lessons?

Ans:- Arup Kumar Dutta is the writer of tea from Assam.Mr. Barua was a tea garden manager and the father of a pranjal.

2. Describe Dhekiabari Tea Estate as seen by Rajvir?


Describe the Dhekiabari tea garden as seen by Pranjol and Rajvir when they were driven through it.

Ans:- Rajvir along with Pranjol and his family traveled from Mariani junction to Dhekiabari Tea Estate in Mr. Barua’s car. The car veered sharply off the main road. They crossed a cattle bridge and entered Dhekiabari Tea Estate. On both sides of the gravel- road were acre upon acre of tea bushes, all neatly pruned to the same height. Groups of tea-pluckers, with bamboo baskets on their back, wearing plastic aprons were plucking the newly sprouted tea leaves. Mr. Barua slowed down the car to allow a tractor, pulling a trailer load of leaves, to pass.

3. Why did Rajvir prefer to look out of the train window instead of reading?

Ans:- Rajvir came to Assam with his friend pranjol, It was his first visit to Assam.He  looked out of the train because, the outside view was so mesmerizing the entire landscape was filled with green tea gardens. Soft green paddy fields gave way to tea bushes. Therefore, Rajvir preferred to look out of the train instead of reading.

4. “Chai- Garam …….. garam – chai”.

(i) Where are these words usually heard?

(ii) Who was the listener of these words here?

(iii) What did the listener say to the speaker of these words?

Ans:- (i) These words are usually heard in railway stations.

(ii) Here, Pranjol was the listener of those words although most of the passengers of the compartment heard those words.

(iii) The listener said to the speaker “Give us two cups’.

5. Where was tea first drunk? What is the Indian legend about tea?

Ans:- Tea was first drunk in china. According to the Indian legend, Bodhidharma, a Buddhist ascetic, cut off his eyelids because he fell asleep during meditations. Ten plants grew out of the eyelids. The leaves of these plants are put in hot water and drunk banished sleep.

6. Who was Bodhidharma?

Ans:- Bodhidharma was an ancient 

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