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Not at all. I think you should go through the main book NCERT. For practice you can use books like HC Verma.
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Sudha Murthy’s ‘How I Taught My Grandmother To Read’ is the story of transformation of her grandmother who depends upon the granddaughter for reading her favourite novel ‘Kashi Yatre’ to becoming an independent reader.
Krishatkka is the grandmother who could not get education because of the death of her mother in her young age. Also, educating a girl was not considered essential. She accepted the fate and continued to be happy with the family. She adjusted herself with the circumstances. She likes kids and her family.
Grandmother is a religious person. She goes to temple and shares the religious story ‘Kashi Yatre’ with her friends. She is also interested to go on a pilgrimage at Kashi. She is a very determined person. She decides to be an independent reader and also decides the deadlines for her task. She is not money minded because she is not more concerned about money but about being independent. She is very emotional. When she could not find anyone to read Kashi Yatre, she cries a lot. She also cries when she talks with the writer about her inability to read the novel. Kshitakka is a good student as she can grasp the things very quickly. She also respect her teacher (her granddaughter) by touching her feet.
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