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No trees except the one which grows and seethes in one's dreams'– why is the phrase 'grows and seethes' used?
'Trees are sacred my grandmother used to say'– what does the poet imply by this line?
Identify the lines that reveal the critical tone of the poet towards the felling of the tree.
'Whose roots lay deeper than our lives' – what aspect of human behaviour does this line reflect?
Comment on the contemporary concern that the poem echoes.
What does the reference to raw mythology imply?
How does the banyan tree stand out as different from other trees? What details of the tree does the poet highlight in the poem?
Identify the words that help you understand the nature of the poet's father.
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