NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 15 मेघ आए

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Hindi Kshitij Chapter 15 Megh Aaye

question practice

(from the textbook)

Question 1.
The mythological stories depicted are written in an archaic nature.
Strong wind blowing. Opening of doors and windows. Tree shaking. Storm blowing, garbage flying. Shaking of Peepal tree. Waking up in the pond.

Question 2.
The following are symbols of ancestors?
(a) to destroy
(b) tree
(g) rhythm
(d) river
(e) Lata
Trash-teenage girls running around announcing the arrival of guests.
Tree – Village man.
River – Village women, valleys.
Lata – Newly married, whose husband has come to the village from the city.
tal – welcomer

Question 3.
How did Tata see the cloud-like guests and why?
Lata was distraught from year to year. “She looked anxiously at the guests behind the door, just as a distressed newlywed is eager to be seen, but due to shyness, everyone looks from behind the door instead of looking in front.

Question 4.
The feeling is clear –
(a) Sorry, crores of balls of illusion have now been exposed.
(b) Banki Chitvan rose, the river stagnated, Chunghat moved.
(K) Virhini actors were under the illusion that their husbands did not pay attention to them for once. He may not have forgotten. When she came to the village after a year, she went crazy.

(b) The river is considered a symbol of the actors who try to see their husbands from the position of Ghoghat. She stops to look at him as the cloak slips away.

Question 5.
What changed in the environment due to the arrival of cloud guests?
A sensational wind blew.

  • Door-Windows Stockholm by air.
  • Trees also started shaking, trees like Peepal also started shaking.
  • Vines joyfully exposed.
  • Come to the Lake of Hope.

Question 6.
Why is it said about the clouds coming ‘in the form of clouds, in the form of dusk’?
In Indian tradition, they had come together as friends. The second reason is that during rain, dark clouds are produced from water and clouds contain water, they grow, shrink and beautify.

Question 7.
Examples of humanity and metaphor in the poem were discovered and written.
In the poems, the Mughals, the wind, the trees, the garbage, the river, the creepers on the Peepal trees, the pond and the electricity have been personified. And there is metaphorical ornament in the horizon constellation.

Question 8.
You will get a description of the customs and traditions which have been depicted poignantly in the poem.
After making friends, get dressed up and go to your in-laws’ house.

  • Welcome the participation of village people.
  • To be veiled by the men of industries, to look at the small veiled government with a slant when they are curious.
  • Foot luggage of water restaurant guests in Parat.

Question 9.
Write the interesting description given by the poet in the poem about the clouds in the sky and the guest (son-in-law) who came to the village.
clouds in the sky:
New clouds arrived with force. When he arrived, the wind blew howling at the doors, windows, and the stock exchange. The storm blew and garbage started flying. The trees started shaking. There was a race of happiness in the pond. The river was also launched. The vines were very distraught. They feel that if the clouds do not come, they will die. His illusion was dispelled. The clouds deepened on the horizon, lightning flashed and it started drizzling rain.

Guest in the village:
Reached Faizabad village from the city with great difficulty. The news of his arrival is like a breeze. The men started bending down to look at her. Women also look at the corrupt government with a slant. People started opening doors and windows in every street to see him. Someone offered Barkha Juhar and someone made arrangements for water. The first complaint was from his estranged wife. She was not found in front of everyone. Stopping at the door. Then in private he apologized and at the time of meeting he showed a waterfall of tears.

Question 10.
Poetry-Beauty Article-
It is as if guests from the city have come to the village.
The clouds came with a big built rider.
Here the poet has portrayed the clouds as urban guests. There is Utpreksha Alankar in ‘Pahun jyon aaye he village mein shahar ke’. There is alliteration in ‘Button Ban Than’. The language is fluent and pictorial. Antiquity has been personified. Basically it is humanization.

composition and expression

Question 11.
Write a description carefully considering the music placed in your environment when the rain arrives.
natural change in rainy season

The day it rained for the first time, the very next day the nature changed. A unique smell was coming from the soil of the supernatural. The withering fields had started blooming. Within two-four days there was greenery all around. The trees and plants looked dusty. There was freshness in the air also. The brightness in the sun had increased. Sometimes he is shining, sometimes he is hiding behind the rain forest. The ashram had grown in the environment. The beauty of the parks and gardens was enhanced. The peacocks spread their wings and started dancing in front of the peacock. Sometimes the sound of a cuckoo was also heard from the dense trees. It is said that the cuckoo does not cook only in spring. First of all also see the information about rain news. The fun of the institute in the drizzly rain forest is different. Sometimes rainbow fascinates the mind.

Question 12.
Why has the poet called Peepal as old and big? Find out.
Peepal tree is big and long lived. It provides shelter and nourishment to thousands of birds and other animals and insects. Like an old man, it hangs loosely on his body. Probably this poet has called them elders.

Question 13.
In the poem the cloud has been depicted as ‘Pahun’. Here the guest (son-in-law) gets special importance, but today this tradition has changed. Find out what is causing you to see this.
The professor receives the same respect as other members of the family.

Now it is not a matter of whether the girl is there, basically not to upset her. Today the girl has an independent personality. He is not capable of that.

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Question 14.
Sort out the idioms in the poem and use them appropriately in your sentences.
To remember:
If you want to remain happy with yourself, sometimes remember your friends also.

Market Opening:
The feeling that was there in my mind towards Shailaja got revealed after seeing her pictures.

Left Break:
My patience has broken, now you can’t escape.

Question 15.
A list of regional words relevant to the poem was made.
Bayar, Pahun, Ghaghra, Banki, Juhar, Bar Baad Sudhi Leehen, Kiwar, Ot, Harsaya, Parat, Bhasma, Dhakna.

Question 16.
The language of the poem Megh Aao is simple and easy – explain by giving examples.
At the word level, the language of the poem ‘Megh Aaye’ is very simple. There are only three similar words in the entire poem – Damini, Milan and tears. These are also ideal and simple. The use of Tadbhava indigenous words in the entire remaining poem is as follows

The people took forward the Juhar,
‘Remembered after years’
Said Akulai Lata ho kiwar kiwar,
Harsaya Tal brought water in layers.
The clouds came with great hues.

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Question 17.
Present a word picture of the arrival of spring.
With the arrival of spring the entire nature becomes green. All the trees and plants dance with happiness. Flowers adorn the walls. Bouncing butterflies herald the arrival of spring. All the dryness of the earth, its thirsty mind is quenched. Nature which was tarnished due to garbage. Which house was its original color? He regains his original color palette of greenish. Your life is lived in the kingdom.

Question 18.
Answers to the given model based on the presented poem-

Dhin-Dhin-Dham Dhamak-Dhamak
cloudy afternoon
Damini this is the glow
cloudy afternoon
Dadur’s throat opened
cloudy afternoon
the heart of the earth sank
cloudy afternoon
Harichandan becomes punk
cloudy afternoon
Congratulations to the solution
cloudy afternoon

(a) Hospitality is being talked about in ‘Hal Ka Hai Atithya’ and why?
(b) On the basis of the presented poem, tell what changes took place in nature due to the arrival of clouds?
(g) What is the use of ‘Harichandan becoming a punk’?
(d) Which figure of speech is there in the first line?
(e) ‘Clouds have come’ and ‘Clouds have come’ are indications of which sense sense?
(k) In the context of ‘plough’, we are talking about the context of soldiers, because only when the clouds come, they become soldiers, so that farming can be done.

(b) Changes in the nature of clouds and water cause extreme thunder. Damini glows. Tortur-turrr. The dry earth gets absorbed by the wet rain water. Farmers run to Halwa to do farming. The sound fails everywhere.

(g) Harichandan means tilak of worship. Here it is said about the popular Harichandan made from rain water, because this is how the auspicious ceremony of plowing the Abhishek Karkranti area starts.

(d) In the first line, the words ‘ghin’ and ‘dhamak’ are being used especially, basically the repetition here is light ornamentation.

‘Dhin-Dhin-Dhak Dhak Dhak’
Here there is also alliteration due to the aarti of ‘dha’ character.

(e) Due to the presence of visual image in ‘Megh Aaye’ and audio image in ‘Megh PM’, the perception of the eyes and ears occurs respectively.

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