The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond Summary, book Review

The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond Summary and book Review

In this topic we will discuss The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond Summary and book Review in full detail so that the reader may understand theme of the story.

The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond book Review

Actually, it is a novel for especially for children. Ruskin Bond has special trend toward children’s work , it is not to say wrong he is writer of children. The book THE BLUE UMBRELLA has been  written by Ruskin Bond in 1980. This novel also adapts the same name film in Hindi. This story has very much stories in itself like love, hate, materialistic love, kindness, envy, etc. This story shows materialistic things are nothing real thing is humanity. Happiness is not means to say you have those thing that you have desired but the happiness is that if you make happy any one in life,  it is real happiness. We should value of man not things. And other critical view is that contentment is every thing if you have contented heart then you could not prey of any trouble in life, otherwise greed evoke your emotions and these emotions lead toward destruction.

In this topic we will discuss The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond Summary,  book Review  and Setting

In the village of Garhwal lives a girl whose name Binya she is hardly ten year old. She lives with her widow mother and her older brother. She innocent girl she has dreams but they are all base on realistic approaches. Her village Garhwal has very much significance for tourism, tourists usually visit her village. She usually grazes her cows Gori and Neelu. She looks after them if they do not come back her home she goes behind them.

Binya is grazing her cow when visitors come over there they have come over there for holidays. They have a blue umbrella which is very beautiful and that umbrella fascinates to Binya. She desires for it in her heart. Meanwhile, the pickners come towards her they talk with her about her village and life style. A woman sees leopard-claw pendant around her neck. She demands that she wants to buy it. But Binya refuses to accept money. The woman offers what she wants to get she bluntly gives her gesture towards blue umbrella. When she exchanges leopard-claw pendant into blue umbrella she considers herself the happiest girl in all over the world because she has got what she has cherished desire.
After it Binya reaches her home she is too much happy, she has been decided that she will keep with her whenever she goes out side. A few days have been passed away then the blue umbrella has been hot talk in among the villgers. The children praise her blur umbrella very much and she becomes happy. Everyone has wish that he/ she should be see blue umbrella and Binya does not mind if anyone asks to her for holding umbrella, she willingly offers her umbrella. Actually, Blue umbrella has been identification of Binya. Even though some of them assume that how she has got blue umbrella, having been she is poor girl in this world but she never mind that reactions of the people because she knows that what is real happiness.

As far as The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond Summary and book Review is concerned, a man Ram Bharosa, in Garhwal village has a shop in which he has Coca-Cola with no ice, tea, curd and sweets. He is fascinated by blue umbrella, he actually wants that umbrella at  any cost so that is why he offers free toffee to Binya and her brother Bijju. Binya shows her restrained she doesn’t accept offer because she never ever losses her umbrella. When he sees Binya is not coming his under control then he gives free chocolates to her brother Bijju on credit basis. His aim is getting umbrella not humanity here, he is playing a trick for the sake of umbrella.
On the other side, the holidays has to started and Ram Bharosa has appointed a new servant who’s name Rajaram, he belongs to nearby village. Ram Bharosa utilizes his servant for getting blue umbrella he gets ready to steal blue umbrella and the boy becomes ready for this task. Unfortunately, the boy does not succeed in his mission and he openly discloses that her owner Ram Bharosa actually forces him to getting the umbrella.
When this matter discloses before each. Ram Bharosa shop sell decreases day by day. No one agree to come his shop. On the other side Binya blames at herself, somehow or somewhere she is considering herself guilty and whenever she passes through Ram Bharosa’s shop she closes her umbrella she is realizing that materials nothing never can be made important than humans beings.
Almost two week pass away then one customer appears at his shop, she is not any other girl but Binya. She puts the coin on his counter dusk and demand one chocolate. Ram Bharosa is little bit confused and is thinking that either she want to him make fool. He checked the coin very minutely when he becomes satisfied then he gives her chocolate. She picks up the chocolate and leaves her umbrella. Ram Bharosa chases her and tells her that she has forgotten her umbrella on his shop. She politely says that she doesn’t have any of it. He can keep it, then Ram Bharosa realizes that Binya has understood real content and beauty is inner self, in materials thing there is nothing. Binya’s happiness is conceal in her villagers, in her family, in village beauty not in blue umbrella.
When Binya forgives him, then people once again believe on him and they start to come on his shop, there is rush, he also happy having been gained the blue umbrella, but now he is totally change person he welcomes to everyone without any personal reasons.
One day Ram Bharosa finds out bear’s  claw out side his shop, it is usually assumed that lucky. Ram Bharosa decided to give to Binya, he goes towards blacksmith’s shop and orders him he must be prepared pendant. He gifts to Binya and says that it is more lucky than a leopard claw. Binya having collected that gift has become happy.

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