NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 13 ग्राम श्री

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 13 Gram Shree

question practice

(from the textbook)

Question 1.
Why has the poet called the village ‘Harta Jana Mana’?
The village attracts people because of its beauty and diversity. That is why it has been called Harta Jana-Mana.

Question 2.
The beauty of which season is described in the poem?
Of the beauty of spring.

Question 3.
Why has the village been called ‘Merkat Natural Sa Open’?
The green precious stone named Panna is called. The village is green and emerald colored and he is as thin as an emerald. Many other of these objects exist. Many things are also decorated in the pan box in the form of a village.

Question 4.
How do the poets of the arhar and sanai fields appear?
The stems of pigeon pea and sanai are coloured, that is why to poets they appear to be like golden earrings.

Question 5.
the sentiment is clear
(a) Pearl situated on the sea shore, colorful sand of Ganga
(b) Cheerful green snow-warmth, happily sleeping lazily
(k) The purpose of the presented line is that the sand of the Ganges looks like the Sun moving with the waves of a lake with its seven-coloured aura.

(b) The meaning of the above line is that in the sunlight of the attractive green leaves of the spring season, the flax has become so full of flax that it seems as if it is sleeping.

Question 6.
Which ornament is the lowest?
on the green bodies of straw
moving green blood is visible
Alliteration in Hare-Hare Hil-Harit Vipsa Alankar in Hare-Hare. Paradoxical figure of speech in green blood. Metaphor and humanity ornamentation on the body of straws.

Question 7.
On which part of India is the village depicted in this poem located?
It can be any village in the vast area in the plains of Ganga and Yamuna.

composition and expression

Question 8.
How did you like this poem in terms of sentiment and language? Describe them in your own words.
There is beautiful natural depiction in the poem. The Princess of Gon is depicted in spring. The poet’s subtle vision also observes and mentions animals, birds, trees and plants. Natural artwork has been beautifully depicted. The language is also simple and sweet.

Question 9.
The beauty of any particular season of the area where you live will be described in poetry or prose.
I live in Delhi. There are more movies both Garmi and Zoom here. I like cold weather. Leaves of trees fall in winter season. Those stalks are staring at the pale blue sky. The birds sitting in them can be easily awakened. Nowadays, vegetables and fruits are available in abundance. Sometimes there is fog. The sun is not visible. It seems that Dharti has slept covered with a thick blanket. When the sun comes out, the elders sit in the open. Nice clothes can be worn here. Are made at home. There is more beauty in ignoring the heat.

extracurricular activities

Question 10.
Sumitra Nanda Pant wrote this poem in the fourth century. What changes do you see in the village of that time and the village of today? – Have a group discussion in this class.
Students should do it themselves.

Question 11.
Take a trip to the village with your teacher and find out about the seeds and plants depicted in the poem.
Students should do it themselves.

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