As time passes by, Ram Bharosa's desire to get the umbrella turns in to obsession. The school closes due to the arrival of the monsoon and Ram Bharosa employs a boy named Rajaram from the next village to work at the shop. When he comes to know about his master's desire to own it he makes an attempt to steal the umbrella but fails and on being caught, he gives Ram Bharosa's name. Now everyone stopped coming to Ram Bharosa's shop.Ram Bharosa had got a bear necklace and he coated it with silver. However, Binya realizes her mistake and that she shouldn't have shown off her umbrella because for now, due to it, Ram Bharosa was suffering. In the end, Binya gives the umbrella to Ram Bharosa, who gifts her a necklace with a bear's claw.
By reading The Blue Umbrella, students can see how selfishness and materialism are harmful to society, while showing the benefits of friendship and generosity through Binya and Ram Bharosa. ... Exposure to cultures other than one's' own are essential to allow students to grow in their acceptance of others.
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The Blue Umbrella is a beautiful children's story by Ruskin bond. The story is about a little girl whose name is Binya and her beautiful little umbrella. She is the main character of this story. There are few other characters. In this story like Vijay who is the brother of Binya.
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The Blue Umbrella is the beautiful children’s stories by Ruskin Bond. The story is about a little girl whose name is Binya and her beautiful little umbrella and she is the main character of this story. There are few others characters in this story like Vijay who is the brother of Binya. Binya’s real name is Binyadevi and her age is eleven. She has a small family who lives in Garhwal
The blueumbrella is so much beautiful that soon it becomes a topic of conversation for villagers and children adore her umbrella so much that every time they feel like to touch or hold it. Binya is on seventh heaven and rarely closes it because she believes it looks charming when it is opened.
Ram Bharosa runs a small shop where he sells food items, grocery, and soft drinks without refrigerator. He is so much envied by the umbrella that he decides to own it at any condition. So, he extends a proposal for buying the umbrella from Binya. But she refuses the offer. The refusal turns him off. Very soon, he hires a boy from the neighboring village to work at his shop. The boy being loyal to him steals the umbrella from Binya’s house. Ironically, the boy is caught by Bijju. When the boy reveals Ram Bharosa’s name behind the stealing, the villagers ostracize him and also stop visiting his shop. As a result Ram Bharosa suffers a loss and his livelihood comes on the verge of end.
Binya feels sad about Ram Bharosa’s situation and she reproaches herself for his suffering. Next, she donates her umbrella to Ram Bharosa. In return, Ram gifts her pendant with a bear’s claw in it, which is considered even luckier than of leopard’s.
The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond is a children’s book. The story is short and simple but elegantly touches the core aspect of humanity - kindness. Through Binya Ruskin instils a sense of kindness among children. It is an amazing read for all.