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THE PIPAL PANI TIGER English Notes for BS, BA, BSc for all Pakistani Educational board, University Translate into Urdu, summary, Important Questions, and Textual Comprehension.

THE PIPAL PANI TIGER

Jim Car Butt was a hunter. In this article, he tells the story of a lion. B. Sher Machhoti lived in the foothills of the river Chapel P. He was just a year old when he started hunting small animals.

One winter, the author saw a deer that had been eaten. He thought the lion would come here again. He sat waiting for the lion. The lion came here and began to write to his prey. The author fired at him so that he could learn a lesson for the future that he should not return to his prey. A year later, the author saw the lion again. Now that the lion was young, he had a lioness with him. They were resting after eating prey.

A bird was sitting on a tree. The fluttering of its wings opened the eyes of the lioness. And the lion that ran away did the same. It was not inappropriate to take such an opportunity. Because the bullet goes wrong, the lion becomes a danger to humans. One week after this incident, the lion left the lion and the lion became a banana. One day the lion hunted the buffalo. There was a good fight between the two.

The buffalo was killed but the lion was also injured by the buffalo’s horns. The lion returned three years later. A farmer shoots a lion. The lion was injured. Her shoulder bone was broken. He went to the south of the village. And started hunting small animals. People tried hard to kill him but K Happy Hot.

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Urdu Translation

THE PIPAL PANI TIGER BS English Notes Cha 5

اردو ترجمہ : جم کار بٹ ایک شکاری تھا ۔ اس مضمون میں وہ ایک شیر کا قصہ بیان کرتا ہے ۔ بی شیر مچھوٹی سی ندی چیپل پی کی تلہٹی میں رہتا تھا ۔ ابھی وہ ایک سال ہی کا تھا کہ چھوٹے چھوٹے جانوروں کا شکار کرنے لگا تھا ایک دفعہ موسم سرما میں مصنف نے ایک کھایا ہوا ہرن دیکھا ۔ اس کا خیال تھا کہ شیر یہاں دوبارہ آۓ گا ۔ وہ شیر کے انتظار میں بیٹھ گیا ۔ شیر ادھر آیا اور اپنے شکار کو سو لکھنے لگا ۔ مصنف نے اس کے نزدیک گولی چلا دی تا کہ اسے آئندہ کے لئے یہ سبق حاصل ہو جاۓ کہ شکار کے پاس واپس نہیں آنا چاہئے ۔ ایک سال کے بعد مصنف نے پھراس شیر کو دیکھا اب بی شیر جوان ہو چکا تھا اب اس کے ساتھ شیرنی بھی تھی ۔

وہ شکار کھا کر آرام کر رہے تھے ۔ درخت پر ایک پرندہ بیٹھا تھا ۔ اس کے پروں کی پھڑ پھڑاہٹ سے شیرنی کی آنکھیں کھل گئیں ۔ اور وہ بھاگ نکلی شیر نے بھی ایسا ہی کیا۔ایسے موقع لی چلا نا مناسب نہ تھا ۔ کیونکہ اگر گولی خطا ہو جاۓ تو شیرانسانوں کے لئے خطرہ بن جا تا ہے۔اس واقعہ کے ایک ہفتہ بعد شیرنی نے شیر کو چھوڑ دیا اور شیرا کیلا رہنے لگا ۔ ایک دن شیر نے بھینسے کا شکار کیا ۔ دونوں میں خوب لڑائی ہوئی ۔ بھینسامارا گیا مگر بھینسے کے سینگ لگنے سے شیر بھی زخمی ہو گیا ۔ اس واقعہ کے تین سال بعد شیر دوبارہ واپس آیا ۔ ایک کسان نے شیر پر گولی چلا دی ۔ شیر زخمی ہو گیا ۔ اس کے کندھے کی ہڈی ٹوٹ گئی ۔ وہ گاؤں کے جنوب کی طرف چلا گیا ۔ اور چھوٹے موٹے جانوروں کا شکار کرنے لگا۔لوگوں نے اسے مارنے کی بہت کوشش کی مگر

کا میاب نہ ہوۓ ۔ نومبر کے مہینہ میں ایک دیہاتی کو ایک جانور آ تا نظر آ یا ۔ اس نے اس کو سور سمجھ کر گولی چلا دی ۔ نشانہ خطا ہوا ۔ دیہاتیوں نے اس کا پیچھا کیا ۔ مصنف بھی وہاں پہنچ گیا ۔ اس نے اندازہ لگایا کہ میسور نہ تھا بلکہ شیر تھا ۔ اس نے شیر کو مارنے کا مصمم ارادہ کر لیا اور اس کی تلاش میں علاقے کا چپہ چپہ چھان مارا مگر کہیں بھی شیر کا نشان نہ ملا ۔ آ خر اس کی ملاقات ایک بوڑھی عورت اور اس کے بیٹے سے ہوئی ۔انہوں نے بتایا کہ شیر کے دھاڑ نے کی آواز پہاڑوں کے دامن میں سنی گئی ہے ۔ مصنف نے اپنی رائفل لی اور پہاڑی کا رخ کیا۔اس لڑ کے نے اس کی رہنمائی کی اور چیپل پی ندی کے پاس لے آ یا ۔ وہاں ایک درخت تھا ۔ مصنف نے اس ورخت پر مچان بنایا اورلڑ کے کونگران بنا کر وہاں بٹھا دیا اور کہا جو نہی شیر آۓ اسے بتادے ۔ شیر کی آمد پرلڑ کے نے اشارہ کیا ۔ مصنف نے گولی چلا کر شیر کو ہلاک کر دیا ۔ مصنف نے کامیابی حاصل کر لی مگر وہ افسردہ بھی تھا ۔

Important Questions Jim Carbett BS English Notes

Q.1: Write the summary of the lesson The Pipal Pani Tiger.

OR
“Beyond the fact that he was born in a ravine running deep into the foothills and was one of the families of three, I know nothing of his early history. (page-37) This sentence has been taken from Jim Corbett’s Man-Eaters of Kumaon. Narrate in your own words the story of the pipal pani tiger.
(Peshawar University 1990-1999-2000)

OR

Three years later the tiger, disregarding the lesson, he had received when a cub incautiously returned to a kill over which Zamindar and some of his tenants were sitting at night (page 42-43)

This sentence has been taken from Jim Corbett’s “The Pipal Pani Tiger” From this point onward relate the story of the tiger till his death.
(P U 1983)(Gomal University 1999) OR
Describe the adventure of Jim Corbett as described by him in the story “The Pipal Pani Tiger” in your own words.
OR
Give a brief account of the life of the Pipal Pani Tiger and Jim Carbett’s encounter with him.

Answer:

1.The pipal pani tiger

The pipal pani tiger lived in an area near the pipal pani stream. The writer saw him in November when he was a cub nearly one-year-old. He was separated from his parents in his childhood and lived an independent life. He ate small animals from close quarters. The writer saw a crow sitting on a branch of a tree and rubbing his beak when he reached near, he saw blood and bones on the ground. He came to the conclusion that a dear was killed last night. But the kill had been removed.

The writer thought that the tiger would come back to its kill. He laid in wait for it. After a long time. the tiger came to his kill. He found it missing. The writer fired a shot to give him a lesson not to come again near the remains of the prey. The tiger did not forget this lesson throughout his life except for once.

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2. The tiger after one year
The writer met the tiger again almost after one year. He had grown into a full-sized tiger now.

Physically very much. Now he could kill big animals. He had found a mate for himself. A vulture (mi)led the writer to kill the tiger. As he reached close, he found the pair lying near the remains of the kill. The writer was trying to take aim when a bird sitting on a nearby tree flew and struck with a tree. The tigress got alert and ran away. The tiger also ran away behind her. Later on, the writer came to know that the tiger had left his mate.

3. Followed the tiger


The writer began to follow the tiger. The tiger felt the fact and roared aloud to warn him. The same year in the month of March, the tiger killed a full-sized buffalo. His head had been wounded by the horns of the buffalo. The tiger dragged his kill to a safe place but went away without eating it. The tiger never returned to his kill.

4. The tiger after three years

Three years later, the tiger forgot the lesson. He came back and was hit by a bullet from Zamindar. His shoulder bone fractured. He entered a vacant godown but later alarmed by the people, made his way to the bushes near the village. There he ate small animals like goats, sheep and calves etc.

5. Damage the village cattle
The tiger’s wound healed soon. He did great damage to the village cattle. Many people tried to kill him but could not succeed. One evening a villager set out for killing a pig Many people accompanied him. He fired at the tiger in the darkness thinking that it was a pig. The animal roared away into the bushes. A lot of people followed him but could not find him. The writer too tried to follow the tiger. He found a few hairs of the tiger near its footmarks. He found out that it was the tiger
and not a pig.

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6. Searched the animal

The writer searched the animal for three days. On the afternoon of the fourth day, a village woman and his son told the writer that they had heard the tiger roaring in the nearby (d-i) area of the river. The boy guided the writer for reaching there. He made the boy sit in a tree with the instruction to warn him quietly. if he saw the tiger. Then he initiated the call of a tigress. After some time the tiger appeared from behind the bushes. He came very near to the writer. The writer took aim and shot the tiger. The tiger tried to run but fell dead.

Q. 2 What do you know about the habits of wild animals, specially tigers, after reading this story by Jim Corbett?

Habits of wild animals
Jim: carbett was a great hunter. He has described the habits of wild animals. He says that a tiger is a dangerous animal. It is not furious right from its birth. A cub (the child) does not harm anybody. But when it finds its parents hunting and eating, it also does the same. Some of the features of tiger are as under: –

1.Home
A tiger lives in a thick belt or in a ravine or in a

hollow trunk of trees. When he feels danger, he bids in the dense bushes.

2. Hunting
Hunting is the habit of a tiger. A cub hunts small animals like pigs, sheep, goats and peahen etc. It does not hunt big animals. But when it grows to full size, it starts hunting big animals like deer, cows, buffalo and others.

3. Curiosity
Another feature of the animal is curiosity. Every animal, be it small or big usually feels curious about these things. Jim carbett says, “Curiosity is not a human monopoly, many an animals life is cut short by indulging in it.

4. Unwise and Foolish
Animals are usually unwise and foolish. If they had been wise enough, they would have saved their lives while indulging in curiosity. They lose their life in curiosity. They neglect their defence The writer fired a shot near the cub to give him a lesson and never to come near the remains of the kill. The cub forgets it and returned to the kill and was injured. Even the hunters themselves are hunted upon by the tiger or lion.

5. Eats only a part of its prey
When a lion kills an animal, he eats only a part of it. He does not eat the whole of it. He goes away leaving the remains of the prey lying there. He comes back once again to his kill.

6. Dangerous

If a tiger is only injured and not killed, It becomes dangerous(Jt),5) for man. He may become a man-eater or do great damage due to pain and hunger.

7. Answer the call
Both male and female animals are attracted by the calling of the opposite sex. They answer hack these calls.

Textual Comprehsnion THE PIPAL PANI TIGER Passage No.5

Read the following passage and answer the questions given at the end. The bird had his back towards me and was facing a short stretch of scrub with dense jungle beyond. Dew was still heavy on the ground and without sound, I reached the tree and peered around.

One antler of a dead sambur, for no living deer, would lie in that position, projected above the low bushes. A convenient moss-covered rock afforded my rubber shod feet silent and safe hold, and as I drew myself erect, the sambur came into full view. Its hindquarters had been eaten away and lying on either side of the kill. Were the pair, the tiger being on the far side with only his hind legs showing. Both tigers were asleep. Ten feet straight in front, to avoid a dead branch, and thirty feet would give me a shot at the tiger’s neck, but in planning the stalk I had forgotten the silent spectator.

Where I stood. I was invisible to him, but before the ten feet had been covered. I came into view and, alarmed at my near proximity, he flapped off his perch. Omitting as he did so to notice a thin creeper dependent from a branch above him against which he collided and came ignominiously to the ground. The tigress was up and away in an instant, clearing at a bound the kill and her mate, the tiger, not being slow to follow; a possible shot, but too risky with thick jungle ahead where a wounded animal would have all the advantages.

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To those who have never tried it. I can recommend the stalking of leopards and tigers on their kills as a most pleasant form of sport. Great care should, however, be taken over the shot, for if the animal is not killed outright, or anchored, trouble is bound to follow. (Page -41)

Questions THE PIPAL PANI TIGER

What did the writer see lying near the bushes?

The writer saw the skeleton of a dead sambur \A hose hind part was eaten up by the tiger.

What was the planning of the author to get a correct shot?

The writer planned to go ten feet square, and then go to the left side, for thirty feet more. Then he would get the correct shot at his prey.

What was the mistake of the author?

The writer did not take any notice of the bird sitting in the tree with its back towards him. He forgot about it while planning. As a result, his planning seemed to fail. When he moved, the bird called aloud and tried to run away. It collided with a creeper and fell down. as a result, the tigress woke up and ran away. The tiger also followed her speedily.

What advice did the author give to the hunters?

The author advised the hunters to take great care over the shot. If the animal is not killed, it may attack and harm them.

Summarizing THE PIPAL PANI TIGER

Progress in life depends a good deal on crossing one threshold after another. Some time ago a man watched his little nephew try to write big names. It was hard work, very hard work. The name with comparative ease. No new thresholds confront him. This is the way with all of us. As soon as we cross one threshold, as soon as we conquer one difficulty, a new difficulty appears or should appear. Some people make the mistake of steering clear of thresholds. Anything that requires genuine thinking and use of energy, they avoid.

They prefer to stay in a rut where thresholds are not met. Probably they have been at their job a number of years. Things are easy for them. They make no effort to seek out new obstacles to overcome. Real progress stops. under such circumstances.

Some middle-aged and elderly people greatly enrich their lives by continuing to cross new thresholds. One man went into an entirely new business when he was past middle life and made a success of it. De Morgan didn’t start to write novels until he was passed throughout his life.

And it is undoubtedly better to try and fall, than not to try at all. Then one can be placed in the category of Swiss mountaineer of whom it was said, “He died climbing.

” When a new difficulty rises to obstruct your path, do not complain. Accept the challenges. Determine to cross this threshold as you have crossed numerous another threshold in your past life. In the words of the poet, do not rest but strive to pass from one dream to other grander dreams.

Summary


Progress in life depends upon our conquering new difficulties at every turn. There can be no real progress where people move in a rut and avoid new obstacles and everything that requires genuine thinking and use of energy. some elderly people try to maintain the enthusiasm of life by continuing to overcome every new difficulty. We should Never complain of difficulties that obstruct our path but grapple with them hopefully and heroically.

Heading:- Overcoming new difficulties.

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