In the novel The Guide author R.K. Narayan uses Raju’s greed to portray that greed for money causes turbulence and leads to own doom. In the novel The Guide author R.K. Narayan uses Raju’s greed to portray that greed for money causes turbulence and leads to own doom.
Money affects an individual's life in an unprecedented manner. Money affects an individual's life in an unprecedented manner.
1. DETERIORATING RELATIONSHIPS
“He was my mother’s elder brother, an energetic landowner in my mother’s village who had inherited her parents’ home and was sort of general adviser and director of all our family matters. ... He seldom left his village, as he conducted most of his leadership in correspondence. ...The man was six feet, darkened by the sun from working in the fields, and had a small knotted tuft on his skull; he wore a shirt with an upper cloth, his dhoti was brown and not white like a townsman's.” (Page 130)
“Don’t bother about him. He must be crazy. You don’t have to worry.” (Page 131)
2. ATTITUDE PROBLEMS
''the prohibition law was not for a man of my influence. i had managed to get medical certificate to say that i needed alcohol for my welfare." (page 154)
"पैसा तो हाथ का मैल है…. आज है कल नही है…. और मरोगे तो साथ तो जाने से रहा"
"Paisa to haath ka mail hai…. Aaj hai kal nahi hai…. Aur maroge to saath to jaane se raha."
"ना सुख है, ना दुख है, ना दीं है, ना दुनिया, ना इंसान, ना भगवान... सिर्फ़ मैं हूँ, मैं हूँ, मैं हूँ, मैं... सिर्फ़ मैं"
"Na sukh hai, na dukh hai, na duniya, na insaan, na bhagwan... sirf main hoon, main hoon, main hoon, main...sirf main"
मुउसिबत और ज़िंदगी का कहते है चीता तक का साथ रहता है
"Musibat aur zindagi ka kehte hai chita tak ka saath rehta hai"