One by one the structures were demolished.
Nov 30, 3. The age of the banyan tree was fifty years. 4. The poet was unafraid and fascinated to watch the cutting of the banyan tree. 1. The banyan tree was a problem because its roots lay deeper. True 2. The banyan tree was as tall as the poet’s stumplopping.bar Correct statement:The banyan tree was three times taller than the poet’s house stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. The banyan tree was three times as tall as our house.
Its trunk had a circumference of fifty feet. Its cutting peach tree to ground aerial roots fell to the ground. From thirty feet or more so first they cut the branches. Sawing them off for seven days and the heap was huge. Insects and birds began to leave the stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 5 mins. The physical description of the banyan carves an image of an enigma.
The tree’s aerial roots dangling from above to reach out to the ground. They are the proof of all the years and decades the tree has lived. It is a tough tree and it takes more that usual effort to bring it down. And when it happens, all watched it fall in terror and fascination, the slaughter of the age old banyan stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 6 mins.
The Felling of the Banyan Tree My father told the tenants to leave Who lived on the houses surrounding our house on the hill One by one the structures were demolished Only our own house remained and the trees Trees are sacred my grandmother used to say Felling them is a crime but he massacred them all The sheoga, the oudumber, the neem were all cut down But the huge banyan tree stood like a problem Whose roots lay deeper than all our lives My father ordered it to be removed The banyan tree Author: Bijay Kant Dubey.
By: Bijay Kant Dubey.
“The Felling of The Banyan Tree” by Dilip Chitre, is a poem of the cutting of a centuries old mythical banyan tree, shifting from Baroda to Bombay, leaving behind the memories and remembrances connected with the old paternal ancestral house where he grew up and passed his days even though the scenes and sights appeared to be more familiar and related to personally.