How according to Rajvir does the world know about the discovery of tea?
- Historical places
- Traditional tales
- Authentic anecdotes
- Popular publications
From the excerpt:
“Hey, a tea garden!” Rajvir cried excitedly. Pranjol, who had been born and brought up on a plantation, didn’t share Rajvir’s excitement. “Oh, this is tea country now,” he said. “Assam has the largest concentration of plantations in the world. You will see enough gardens to last you a lifetime!” “I have been reading as much as I could about tea,” Rajvir said. “No one really knows who discovered tea but there are many legends .”
Checking the options:
- A. Historical places - ‘Legends’ do not mean historical places and hence this is not correct .
- B. Traditional tales - ‘ Legends’ means traditional tales and hence this is correct.
- C. Authentic anecdotes - ‘Legends’ do not mean authentic anecdotes and hence this is not correct .
- D. Popular publications- ‘Legends’ do not mean popular publications and hence this is not correct.
So, the correct answer is option B.