Students strengthen their grammatical understanding of the subject by practicing the given exercises with each chapter of the book. Further, to check their grasp of the subject as well as examine how well they are prepared for the exam, students can refer to the Class 9 Hindi Solutions on Kshitij. A chapter-wise explanatory answering of lessons like Do Bailon Ki Katha and Premchand ke Phate Joote provides sufficient scope for adequate preparation of important exam questions. Explanatory answers to questions derived from rich Hindi literature texts available in the NCERT Solutions of Class 9th Hindi further deepen the understanding of the subject as a second language.
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NCERT Solutions for Class 9th: पाठ 1 - दो बैलों की कथा हिंदी
The need for interaction, I believe, is universal, for the more one interacts the more alive one feels, and the less one interacts the less one lives. Whenever we want to call someone a fool of the first water we call him a donkey. However, it is not possible to determine whether the donkey is really stupid, or it is his naivety and stony patience that has earned him this honour. A cow uses her horns, and a calved cow naturally transforms into a tigress. The dog too is a very lowly animal, but he too loses patience sometimes.
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दो बैलों की कथा / do bailon ki katha class 9 hindi
Both were of fine Pachai stock, of great stature, beautiful to behold, and diligent at their labours. The two had lived together for a very long time and become sworn brothers. Face to face or side by side they would hold discussions in their silent language. They would express their love by licking and sniffing one another, and sometimes they would even lock horns — not from hostility but rather out of friendship and a sense of fun, the way friends as soon as they become intimate slap and pummel and another; any friendship lacking such displays seems rather superficial and insipid and not to be trusted.