NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 14 चंद्र गहना से लौटती बेर

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 14 The Plum Returning from the Moon Jewel

question practice

(from the textbook)

Question 1.
What is the poet’s secret towards spiritual culture in the lines ‘There is more… in this philosophy’ and why?
The common feeling of the poets among these disciples towards Naga life and culture is that things like love and beauty, simplicity and humanity have disappeared there. The reason for this is that the race to move ahead has made man establish himself in urban life with limited meaning to himself, forgetting the real, happiness, peace, love and nature and getting involved only in the aimless hustle and bustle of life.

Question 2.
What does the ‘wise’ black poet want to say to mustard?
The poet is humanizing the Russian. She has become a young woman and has now come to her house with the message of Swayamvar to beg for anyone to take her away.

Question 3.
Description of Alsi’s feelings.
Alsi is also told by an elephant maiden that she is placing a blue flower on her head – I will give my heart to whoever touches it.

Question 4.
For other uses of the adjective ‘palm’. Why has this been done?
She has a hand in loving only the one who will kiss the blue flower like her head. That is why she has been called an elephant.

Question 5.
‘The big round silver pillar’ is a reflection of which subtle imagination of the poet?
An example of the subtle imagination of this statement is in the effect of the shining sun, the iPod has been described as a big round silver pillar.

Question 6.
The basis of the poem is the beauty of ‘green gram’ depicted in his words.
Green gram is standing in the field. He is as high as ever. Looks like a stunt. Looking at the bunches of pink flowers on his face, it seems as if he is standing dressed like a pink turban.

Question 7.
Where has the poet humanized nature?
There is personification throughout the poem.

Green stubble gram, leftover muraitha on the glass…..
Alsi is stubborn, lovely in the body………
Don’t ask about turmeric, you are the wisest person.
Drinking water on the stone bank…………

Question 8.
In the poem, those adepts have been included in which the following sentiments are being expressed – And there is painted and desolate land all around but even there the sweet voice of the parrot is pulsating the mind.
“Rewa trees here and there on the barren land
Thorns are ugliness.
dripping sweet juice
sugge’s voice
Ten Tan Ten;”

composition and expression

Question 9.
‘Don’t ask for more spices’ – There is a special way of looking at this quote. When and why do we use this type of style?
We use this type of style to describe a person, thing or event. As if he didn’t ask anything, how hot it is.

Question 10.
What kind of personality might your vision of a black temple and a white restaurant symbolize?
The black elephant and white can symbolize restaurant chocolate and a ruthless personality.

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Question 11.
Like Dawa, Thigana, Muraitha etc. are common colloquial words, but the beauty of friendship has been shown in the poem and the poem has become spontaneous. A list of other similar words appearing in the poem was made.
Jewel, Byah, Phag, Pokhro, Lahariyaan, Jhapata, Chatul, Angarh, Sugga, Jugul Jodi, Chuppe-Chuppe.

Question 12.
During poetic time, some idioms emerge in the mind, write them down and find coherence in their sentences.
Giving head to the child in love – is not right.
Giving heart – This is the age of reading and writing, not of giving heart.
To make Reshma’s hands yellow – When Reshma learns to work by reading and writing, then to make her hands yellow.
Bagula Bhagat- You have become Bagula Bhagat in search of opportunity – I know this.
Tearing my heart: Your harsh words tear my heart.

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(b) The sample answers given below have been given on the basis of the presented irreverent poem.

countryside scene

Pigeon pea keeps shaking with pods full of buds,
Only one lotus flows in Sobha Sagar.
Things are different from girls from traditional groups,
The enemy’s weight cannot be supported and the waist buckles.
It is small and beautiful, woven with the flowers of Hirankhuri,
Un-mantri and polanga are suitable for shaking.
These are the breasts, the youth of the growing wheat is bursting forth,
In youth, Mati Matarbelly fights eye to eye with others.
Lon-Lon, what are those dense grams flaunting as if they are ready,
Slowly they play the beat on Holi Ga-Ga Dhunghru.
There are grassy gardens adorning the walls of the walls of faith,
In whom this penance is done by Kanak, but be awake, now let’s dance.
There are tubers in the ground that are swinging above the pressure cells like takshaks,
Madhukar is roaming among the stars in the blue sky of Alsi.
The thought that was in fenugreek, slept in Saucy Soy,
Sudha and Buddha lose everything in its fragrance and intoxication.

Question 1.
Write the main idea of ​​this poem in your own words.
The beauty of the many oilseeds, oilseeds, pulses, etc. grown in the gardens of these villages has been depicted. The pigeon pea has been crushed under the weight of the buds, the wheat has ripened, the peas have sprouted and the gram has become stubble. There is grass on the beets. A tuber has formed under the earth. There is flax steak. Fenugreek and soya are also added.

Question 2.
Who among these friends has the poet humanized?
Pigeon pea, mustard, wheat, peas, gram, banana, flaxseed, fenugreek and loya.

Question 3.
What season does this poem remind you of?
Beginning of spring.

Question 4.
Madhukar Sauce and where and why did he lose his senses?
The brown linseed fields and the butterflies lost their senses in the soya because these flowers are beautiful and their own flowers.

Hirankhuri – Diamond Creeper
Bheeta – Duh, tile shaped ground.

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