Because she wants to kill the family so she can have the run of the house & garden without interference.
Rudyard Kipling was born in 1865 in Bombay India. At the age of six he moved, with his sister, to Portsmouth England for school. At age sixteen he returned to India and remained there until 1890. After marrying Carrie in 1892 they moved to Brattleboro, Vermont living there for four years. In 1896 they relocated to Devon England and although the family traveled extensively Kipling made England his home until his death in1936.
He published his 1st work at age 23 (1886). It was a collection of verse titled Department Ditties.
The Jungle was written in 1906 by Upton Sinclair. In an attempt to raise "social awareness" it contrasts the corruption of the meat-packing industry with the appalling conditions and day-to-day hopelessness the "lower classes" work and live in. Upon publication, (after 5 rejections) the Jungle became an instant best seller and has never gone out of print.
I believe Nag is male, and Nagaina is female. They are the cobras in the garden from Rudyard Kiplings story 'Rikki Tikki Tavi' (also the Disney Cartoon). Also, Nagaina makes the plans and is smarter than Nag. Nag just does what she tells him to and is less smart.
mongeese hate snakes. they are one of the few rodents that can actually kill snakes.
He wrote the Jungle Book.
He wrote the poem "If".
He wrote "Just So Stories" for children.
He is the youngest ever recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, and was the first to receive it for writings in the English language.
Bagheera is a black panther
Maybe he liked to use personification.
Or maybe animals have special qualities that fit his stories.
Or maybe he just felt like it.
Or maybe he thought animals act like humans when they are not around.
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Yes he had three kidsJosephine who died of pneumonia at 6, Elsie who died of natural cause, and John who was killed at war at 18
Rudyard Kipling was married, in 1892, to Caroline "Carrie" Balesteir until his death in 1936. She passed in 1939. ;)
it can go to 100 degres
It is from the paragraph
"As it will be in the future, it was at the birth of Man
There are only four things certain since Social Progress began.
That the Dog returns to his Vomit and the Sow returns to her Mire,
And the burnt Fool's bandaged finger goes wabbling back to the Fire"
Go to the following web site: http://www.kipling.org.uk/poems_copybook.htm
for the full poem with verses
I think he only sings "The Bare necessities" in the Jungle Book, which is very famous though.
Some of the characters in The Jungle Book are an Indian wolf named Akela, a sloth bear named Baloo, and a muskrat named Chuchundra. Additional characters include an Indian python named Kaa, a seal named Kotick, and a jackal named Tabaqui. The Jungle Book was written by Rudyard Kipling.
In the past year I've seen copies sell for as little as $25.00 USD to as much as $2,000.00 USD depending on condition.
The pet mongoose in the children's story "The Jungle Book" is named Rikki Tikki Tavi. His owner, Mowgli, was an Indian boy raised by wolves in the Indian Jungle.
A Mog is a member of a tribe who lives in the Indian state ofTripura.
The mother wolf who raised Mowgli was named Raksha
Here are the running time for the different versions from IMDB...
1942 - originally 108 minutes rereleased at 102 minutes
1967 - 78 minutes
1990 - 28 minutes
1995 - 48 minutes