My All Garbage

Shuchi Potro
সাধারণ জ্ঞান বাংলা ব্যাকরণ বাংলা রচনা সমগ্র ভাবসম্প্রসারণ তালিকা অনুচ্ছেদ চিঠি-পত্র ও দরখাস্ত প্রতিবেদন প্রণয়ন অভিজ্ঞতা বর্ণনা সারাংশ সারমর্ম খুদে গল্প ভাষণ লিখন দিনলিপি সংলাপ অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট-২০২১ English Grammar Composition / Essay Paragraph Letter, Application & Email Dialogue List Completing Story Report Writing Graphs & Charts পুঞ্জ সংগ্রহ বই পোকা হ য ব র ল তথ্যকোষ পাঠ্যপুস্তক CV & Job Application My Study Note আমার কলম সাফল্যের পথে
About Contact Service Privacy Terms Disclaimer Earn Money

বাংলাদেশের সবচেয়ে বড় শিক্ষা সহায়ক ওয়েবসাইট

Paragraph : The Life of a Tokai

The Life of a Tokai

A ‘tokai’ is a boy of the street. He has no definite place of residence. He has no parents or relatives, nor has he any definite means of livelihood. He looks dirty in torn and patched up clothes. A tokai roams about in the streets picking torn papers and other refuse and sells them to those who need them. Thus he makes his both ends meet. Sometimes a number of tokais gather together and play about in the streets. Tokais pass their nights on the verandas of shops, on the pavements of streets, on the railway's platform or on whatever place becomes available for them. This is the way of their life which is dull and colourless. They are care-free and are not moved by any thought about the future. But sometimes they figure very importantly when the political parties hire them to join their processions. It is a social responsibility to work for setting up these rootless boys in life.

No comments