Gopal half-shaved his face. Smeared ash on his body himself and wore rugs before going out to buy Hilsa fish.
What all Gopal did before going to buy a Hilsa fish?
Answer: Three things that Gopal did before he went to buy his hilsa-fish were— (i) He made his face half-shaven. (ii) He smeared himself with ash. (iii) He wore disgraceful rags.
Who brought the Hilsa fish to the palace?
Answer : In order to prove that he was clever, Gopal was asked to buy a huge hilsa-fish and bring it to the palace without anyone asking anything about the fish. Q3 : What three things did Gopal do before he went to buy his hilsa-fish?
What did Gopal put on his face while going to buy the Hilsa?
Answer: Before he went to buy hilsa fish, Gopal half-shaved his face, smeared himself with ash, and wore disgraceful rags. …
What is the moral of the story Gopal and the Hilsa fish?
He wins the heart of the king. Moral of the Story: Gopal had no need to take up the challenge, as he was the courtier in the king’s palace. He could have declined it and continue leading the luxurious life as usual.
Why does everyone talk about Hilsa fish?
Answer: The king did not want more talks about the hilsa-fish because he had become fed up of talks. Everyone in the court, in the market as well as all people of the city talking about hilsa-fish.
Why did the Neighbour kill the dog?
The neighbors killed the dog in anger. They have expected the dog to help them get a treasure, but the dog had rather taken them to a foul smelling dead kitten.
Why is your face half shaven who asked to whom?
Answer: (ii) Gopal’s wife asked him why his face was half shaven. (iii) Gopal told the king that he accepted the challenge.
What did Gopal apply on his face?
Answer : Gopal shaved off his half beard, he applied ash on his face and wore dirty torn away cloths before he went to buy his Hilsa-fish.
Why does the man want to buy Hilsa fish?
Answer: The king asked Gopal to buy a huge Hilsa fish from the market and to ensure that no one should talk to him about the fish on the entire way from the market to the palace. that’s why the man wants to buy hilsa fish.
Why did the king want more talk about the Hilsa fish?
Why did the king want no more talk about the hilsa-fish? Answer: The king didn’t want any talk about the hilsa-fish because his courtiers were not fishermen. It was below their dignity to talk about a fish.
What do you mean by Hilsa fish?
Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) – a kind of Indian herring – used to be abundant in the waters along the Bay of Bengal. It was Myanmar’s most exported fish caught in the wild, but that is no longer the case as stocks have declined in recent decades. … Hilsa swim from the Bay of Bengal to the rivers to spawn.
Who is the main character in Gopal and Hilsa fish?
gopal was a brilliant courtier in the king’g court. he was just like Birbal and Tenali Raman. he was very witty and had a solution to all the problems. the king was a multi emotioned person because in the first scene he was angry and in the end he was laughing out loud.
Who was Gopal Gopal and Hilsa fish?
Gopal was one of the wise men in the king’s court. When the king was fed up with ongoing talks about Hilsa fish he challenged Gopal. Gopal happily accepted the challenge of buying a huge Hilsa fish from the market and to ensure on the way from the market to the palace no one should talk to him about the fish.