Those who live a (a) —- (luxury) life are always (b) —- (different) to the miseries of the
poor. They enjoy life in (c) —- (amuse) and (d) —- (merry). (f) —- (realize) of the (g) —-
(bounded) sufferings of the poor. They remain indifferent to their (h) —- (suffer). They
feel (i) —- (comfort) to work for their (j) —- (better).
(a) luxurious (b) indifferent (c) amusement (d) merriment (e) self-centered (f) realization (g) unbounded (h) sufferings (i) uncomfortable (j) betterment