1. S1: As a dramatist Rabindranath was not what might be called a success. P : His dramas were moulded on the lines of the traditional Indian village dramas than the dramas of modern world. Q : His plays were more a catalogue of ideas than a vehicle of the expression of action. R : Actually the drama has always been the life of Indian people, as it deals with legends of gods and goddesses. S : Although in his short stories and novels he was able to create living and well defined characters, he did not seem to be able to do so in dramas S6: Therefor, drama forms the essential part of the traditional Indian Culture. The Proper sequence should be:





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