In the Lesson "Ranga's marriage", Why is the narrator impressed by Ranga?

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The author was impressed by Ranga because Ranga had not changed even after studying in Bangalore for six months. The author saw Ranga wearing his janewara. Moreover, Ranga greeted the author with respect by doing a namasakara. He did not do the namaskara by keeping his head up towards the sun and standing like a stiff pole without joints nor did he merely fold his hands. Instead, he bent low and touched the feet of the author.

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