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SECTION - A (READING)
1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below:
1 Largely a Hindu island, Bali is nevertheless deeply influenced by Buddhism and ancestor worship. I have never seen a greater overlap of religion and culture. There are beautiful stone temples every few metres, but, interestingly, without any deities except for an occasional shiva linga. People are very ritualistic, but, as they primarily worship their ancestors and nature, specifically mother earth, the rituals are inherently simple.
2 We stayed on the outskirts of the tourist hub, surrounded by picture-perfect trees, paddy fields and beautiful architecture. Locals were entle and friendly. The growing community of outsiders here is not the kind that seeks air-conditioned offices but rather, a life closer to nature and with more freedom to create. The place is safe and, to top it off, has highspeed internet.
3 Ubud attracts many „digital nomads‟ who trade, consult, teach and study online. The Europeans are happy to escape the winter chill and igh cost of living in their countries. Many come yearning for a life where body, mind and spirit are unplugged from the chatter of mass media and mindless development.
4 Hubud (Hub-in-Ubud), the first collaborative working space in Bali, is home to a diverse community of local and visiting creatives, techies, entrepreneurs and change makers. Its website says: “Come join a community of people who are quietly changing the way we work, live and bring ourselves to the world.”
5 My belief that individual and collective wellbeing are so interdependent was reaffirmed. My own energies calmed down and I became more mbracing of the surroundings, unlike in the city where I struggle to be centred and, when I am, it is despite my surroundings.
6 The rootedness in cultural heritage and the sprinkling of global ideas and initiatives, both playful and meaningful, have given rise to something quite special in Ubud. Having said that, one cannot escape to such havens all the time. So the challenge is how to create an Ubud mindset wherever we live. And yet not live in a bubble but remain intensely engaged with the things that matter, give a sense of purpose to our lives and make living worth it all.
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