Rikk Tikki Davi Quotes

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Rikki Tikki Tavi “Loyalty and devotion lead to bravery. Bravery leads to the spirit of self-sacrifice. The spirit of self-sacrifice creates trust in power of love.” This a quote written by Morihei Ueshiba which represents the story Rikki-Tikki-Tavi by Rudyard Kipling, in which Rikki Tikki shows how much he cares about Darzee and Teddy and their families by fighting Nag, Nagaina, and Karait to protect them. Rikki portrayed this theme, fight for what you love and/or idealise, through his brave actions. Rikki is shown as a heroic and fearless character in this narration. “If Rikki-tikki had only known, he was doing a much more dangerous thing than fighting Nag, for Karait is so small and can turn so quickly that unless Rikki bit him close to the back of the head, he would get the return stroke in his eye or his lip”(pg. 10). This is important because Rikki is fighting Karait to save Teddy and this means that he is risking his life to save him. That is that …show more content…

“When the house is emptied of people, said Nagaina to her husband, “he will have to go away, and then the garden will be our own again.(pg. 12-13)” That states that Nagaina is diabolical because she wants to kill Rikki and Teddy’s family to have the garden to Nag and herself. Furthermore, Nagaina is angry with Rikki for ruining her plan to get the garden, so would try to kill him and his family. Nagaina lifted up her head and hissed, “You warned Rikki-tikki when I would have killed him...Nag is dead—dong! Nagaina is dead! Ding-dong-tock!”(pg. 16 and 20). For an instant Nagaina is being betrayed by the garden animals because she is heinous and being mean because she is trying to kill people for the garden. This also explains that she put her babies at risk to get the garden and now she has lost her life and her babies. All in all the garden animals are happy that Nag and Nagaina are dead. In all these events Nagaina was heinous and

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