- Who is a postman?
- What does he wear and carry?
- How does he discharge his duties?
- What is his pecuniary condition?
- What is his position in the society?
Answer: postman is a very familiar figure in our society. He is a low- paid government employee of the postal department. He puts on a khaki dress. He carries a leather bag across his shoulders. He moves from door to door and delivers letters, parcels, money orders and other postal articles. He is as regular as a clock. He performs his duties in all weather fair or foul. He is honest, dutiful and well-behaved. He is a friend of all and enemy of none. He lives a very poor life. He can hardly make both ends meet with his small income. A village postman leads a more toilsome life than a town postman. Thus a postman is a very important person in our society. We can not think of a civilized life without the services of a postman. We should give him due to honor and try to better his condition.
The postman is the most eagerly awaited person to us. He is a petty government servant. He works in a post office. He is well-known to all both in towns and in villages. He is a great friend of the people. The postman is a familiar figure to us for his special dress. He puts on khaki dress. He has turban on his head. He always carries a bag across his shoulders. Letters and other valuable things are kept in it. Sometimes he rides on his bicycle. The postman has to do many works. His daily work begins in the morning. At first he attends the office. He sorts the letters, money orders, parcels etc. of the owners. In the village he sells postcards and envelopes. He has to walk a long distance to finish his duties in time. The life of a postman is not easy. His duty is full of responsibilities. He has to be regular in his duties. He has to lead a busy, punctual and dutiful life. His failure in duties may cause great harm to the people. A good postman has many qualities. He is dutiful and sincere. He is regular, honest and conscious of his duties. He is a embodiment of quiet service. The postman is a great friend of the people. He does a very useful work to us. We cannot do without his service. He brings us news from home and abroad. Sometimes he brings bad news and makes us unhappy. But when he brings good news, we become pleased and happy. So we eagerly await or his arrival. The postman gets a small a pay. But his duty is very responsible. So he should be well-pain so that he may reform his duty with full attention.