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December 09, 2019

NCERT | CBSE| QUESTIONS | Solutions | Flamingo English | A Thing of Beauty | (हिंदी)


NCERT | CBSE| QUESTIONS | Solutions | Flamingo English | A Thing of Beauty |  (हिंदी)

NCERT | CBSE| QUESTIONS | Solutions | Flamingo English | A Thing of Beauty |  (हिंदी)
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Stanza 1
A thing of beauty is a joy forever
Its loveliness increases, it will never
Pass into nothingness; but will keep
A bower quiet for us, and a sleep
Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing .

Questions:

1.Name the poem and the poet.

2. What has been said to be a joy forever?

3. What can a thing of beauty do for us?

4. A thing of beauty is a joy forever." How?

5. Does a beautiful thing lose its beauty?

6. What has a thing of beauty been compared to ?

7. What do beautiful things give us?

8. Do we experience things of beauty only for short moments or do they make a lasting impression on us?

9. What is the rhyming scheme in this poem?

Answers:

1. The name of the poem is A Thing of Beauty. The name of the poet is John Keats.

2. A thing of beauty has been said to be a joy forever.

3. It can give us health  and peace .

4. A thing of beauty stays in memories forever. It remains in our imagination.

5. No, a beautiful thing never loses its beauty. Its loveliness increases day after day.

6. It has been compared to a quiet bower.

7. Beautiful things give us permanent joy and peace.

8. No, we do not experience things of beauty only for short moments. They make an permanent impression on us.

9. rhyme scheme: aabbc (forever, never, keep, sleep, breathing).

Q. What Literary Devices are used in this stanza?

Ans: 
Alliteration: Use of consonant sound at the start of two words which are close in series (Sleep-Sweet)

Metaphor: bower Quiet (calmness of the bower is compared to the calming effect of a beautiful thing)

Questions:

1 . Name the poem and the poet.

2.  How is a thing of beauty a joy for ever ?

3 . How can beauty 'keep a bower quiet for us ?


4.   What will never pass into nothingness and why?

5. What do you mean by bower'?

6. What are the benefits of beautiful things for us?

7. Write the opposites of 'beauty' and 'sweet'.

Answers:

1.  The name of the poem is A Thing of Beauty The name of the poet is John Keats.

2. A thing of beauty is a joy for ever because it gives us an everlasting joy. Its loveliness never vanishes   from our imagination.

3. It can do so by giving us peace and comfort .

4. A thing of beauty will never pass into nothingness because it is not momentary. It has a permanent effect on us .

5. 'Bower' means a shady place under trees.

6.  Beautiful things give us an everlasting joy. Memory of a beautiful thing  fills us with happiness  whenever we feel sad.

7.   Ugliness,   bitter.

Stanza 2
Therefore, on every morrow, are we wreathing
A flowery band to bind us to the earth.
Spite of despondence of the inhuman dearth
Of noble natures, of the gloomy days.

Questions:

1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. What binds us to the earth ?

3. What dearth does the poet talk of?

4. What does the poet feel about human life on this earth ?

Answers:

I. The name of the poem is A Thing of Beauty: The name of the poet is John Keats.

2. A Thing of beauty binds us to the earth.

3. It is the dearth of noble natures.

4. He thinks humans are surrounded by sorrow and sadness.
 
Q . : What are the literary devices used in this stanza ?

Ans : Literary Devices in this stanza are :

Metaphor: wreathing a flowery band (the beautiful things of our life bind us to the earth)
      
Imagery: creating a sensory effect of beautiful things lined up in a string ( A flowery band to bind us)

inversion: normal order of words is reversed ( Are we wreathing a flowery band)

NCERT | CBSE| QUESTIONS | Solutions | Flamingo English | A Thing of Beauty |  (हिंदी)

Stanza 3

Of all the unhealthy and o'er-darkened ways
Made for our searching : yes, in spite of all,
Some shape of beauty moves away the pall
From our dark spirits. 

Questions :

1. What does the poet mean by 'o'er-darkened ways'?

2. What does all' refer to in the phrase 'in spite of all'?

3. What does some shape of beauty do ?

4. What idea poet want to convey in these lines?

Answers

1. O'er-darkened ways' means mysterious things that man fails to understand.

2. The word 'all' here refers to all the despair and sadness in man's life.

3. It removes the sadness from our heart.

4. The poet means to say that in spite of all the sadness and gloom on this earth, man remain bound to the earth because of the things that are beautiful.

Q. : What are the literary devices used in this stanza?

Ans : Literary devices:

Alliteration: Use of consonant sound at the start of two words which are close in series (‘s’ in Sprouting Shady, Simple sheep, ‘c’ in cooling covert)

Imagery: Trees giving shade (sprouting shady boon), growing process of daffodils (daffodils with the green world they live in), Clean river streams (Clear rills)

Antithesis: opposite words placed together (old and young)

Stanza 4

NCERT | CBSE| QUESTIONS | Solutions | Flamingo English | A Thing of Beauty |  (हिंदी)
Symbolic

Such the sun, the moon,
Trees old, and young, sprouting a shady boon
For simple sheep; and such are daffodils
With the green world they live in.

Questions:

1. What does the poet say about the sun and the moon ?

2. What do the trees do ?

3. Where do daffodils live ?

4. What is common about the things the poet has listed in these lines ?

Answers

1. He says they are things of beauty.

2. They give shade for the gentle sheep.

3. They live in the green world.

4. They are all things of beauty.

Stanza 5

....... and clear rills
That for themselves a cooling covert make
'Gainst the hot season; the mid-forest brake,
Rich with a sprinkling of fair musk-rose blooms.

Questions: 

1. What do clear rills do ?

2. What protects rills from the hot season?

3. What is the forest brake rich   with ?

4. Explain : 'a sprinkling of fair musk-rose.

Answers:

1. They make for themselves a cooling covert.

2. Thick low bushes grown both sides protect rills from the hot season.

3. : It is rich with lovely musk roses growing here and there.

4. Lovely musk roses are growing here and there among the forest brake, making it look very beautiful.

(Based on Stanzas 4 and 5)
Questions:

1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. What is done by young and old trees for the simple sheep ?

3. What does the poet say about daffodils ?

4 . What makes the mid-forest brake rich in beauty?

Answers:

1. The name of the poem is A Thing of Beauty. The name of the poet is John Keats.

2. They give shade for the simple sheep.

3. He says that daffodils live in a green world of beauty.

4. The fair musk-rose blooms make the mid-forest brake rich in beauty.

Stanza 6

NCERT | CBSE| QUESTIONS | Solutions | Flamingo English | A Thing of Beauty |  (हिंदी)
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And such too is the grandeur of the dooms
We have imagined for the mighty dead;
All lovely tales that we have heard or read;
An endless fountain of immortal drink,
Pouring unto us from the heaven's brink.

Questions :

1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. What does the poet say about the grandeur of our mighty dead ?

3. What is remarkable about the lovely tales heard or read by us?

4. What effect does that 'immortal drink produce on us?

Answers:

1. The name of the poem is A Thing of Beauty. The name of the poet is John Keats.

2. It is the grandeur of being rewarded by God on the Day of the Judgement.

3. They are like an endless fountain of immortal drink pouring unto us from the heaven's brink'.

4 . It becomes a source of joy for ever.

Q. Describe literary devices in this stanza .

Ans.:
Metaphor: Immortal drinks ( beautiful objects of nature are forever like a neverending portion of a drink)

Rhyme: Rhyme scheme is used in every stanza of the poem (forever; never, keep; sleep, dead; read etc.)

Imagery: Bushes full of musk roses (sprinkling of fair musk rose blooms), books describing valor of fighters (grandeur ..mighty dead), god providing us with best things (pouring from the heaven’s brink)

Some Other Questions

Q . 1. List the things of beauty mentioned in the poem.

Ans : These things include the sun and the moon. There are young and old trees that give shade for the gentle sheep. There are daffodils, clear rills and musk roses grow here and there at the side of forest brake. Then there are lovely tales that we have heard or read.

Q. 2. List the things that cause suffering and pain.

Ans. There is general depression prevailed among human beings. There is a terrible dearth
Of  noble men. Many evil and mysterious things happen daily. It is hard to understand why they happen. Men pass their days in gloom.

Q. 3. What does the line, "Therefore are we wreathing a flowery band to bind us to the earth" suggest to you?

Ans. It is only because of beautiful things that we can bear to stay on this earth. There is so much pain and suffering in the world that no one would be willing to live here. But the things of beauty are like a flowery band that keeps us bound to the earth.

Q. 4. What makes human beings love life in spite of troubles and sufferings ?

Ans. It is beauty that makes men love life. God has created several objects of beauty. These objects gives endless pleasure and   joy. Their beauty never ends and becomes permanent source of joy. It is these objects that make men love life in spite of their sufferings.

Q. 5. Why is 'grandeur' associated with the mighty dead ?

Ans. The noble deeds of the brave men who sacrificed their lives are an inspiration for us forever. The beautiful legacy of their bravery is the grandeur which is associated with the mighty dead.

Q. 6 : Do we experience things of beauty only for short moments or do they make a lasting impression on us?

Ans. : We see a thing of beauty for a few minutes, but it leaves a lasting impression on our mind. It stays in our imagination forever and thus becomes an endless source of joy.

Q.7. What image does the poet use to describe the beautiful bounty of the earth?

An The poet says that the earth has numerous  things of beauty. They give us joy and pleasure for ever .They are like an endless fountain of immortal drink.  This immortal drink  is pouring unto us from the heaven's brink.

Q.8. How can you say that a thing of beauty is a joy forever?

Ans : A thing of beauty leaves a permanent impression on our mind. It stays in our minds for ever. It never passes into nothingness.  Its loveliness increases every time we think of it. Thus it becomes a joy forever.

Q.9 : What does the poet mean by : An endless fountain of immortal drink / Pouring unto us from heaven's brink?

Ans.  The beautiful bounty of the earth is described by endless fountain of immortal drink which signifies that God bestows us with all his beautiful creations which help us live despite the sad, gloomy aspects of life.The immortal drink seems pouring on to us from heaven's brink .

Sunday, December 1, 2019

December 01, 2019

Keeping Quiet Comprehension, Question Answers, NCERT Class 12 English Poem

Keeping Quiet Comprehension, Question Answers, NCERT Class 12 English Poem

My View - Keeping Quie English Poem
Keeping Quiet


Q. : Read the Stanzas given below carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Comprehension and  question Answers


Stanza 1
Now we will count to twelve
and we will all keep still.
For once on the face of the Earth
let's not speak in any language.
let's stop for one second,
and not move our arms so much.

Questions:
1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. What does the poet ask us to do?

3. What does he not want us to do?

4. What will counting up to twelve and keeping still help us achieve in life?

5. Why does he ask us not to speak and not to move our arms?

Answers
1. The name of the poem is keeping Quiet.  The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.

2. The poet asks us to count to twelve and keep still.

3. He asks us not to say anything and not to move our arms.

4. It will help us to develop brotherhood with other human beings.

S. He asks us not to speak and not to move our arms so that we can  analyse ourselves.

Stanza  2

It would be an exotic moment
without rush, without engines,
we would all be together
in a sudden strangeness.

Questions
1. What has been said to be an exotic moment?

2. How would it be without rush, without engines'?

3. How shall we feel in this moment?

4. How will it help the individual and the world?

Answers

1. The moment of quietness and stillness has been said to be an exotic moment.

2. During the moment of keeping quiet, all activities would be suspended. Thus it would be without rush, without engines.

3. We shall feel ourselves as one with all others.

4. It will bring peace to the individual as well as to the world.

(Based on Stanza 1 and 2)

Questions :

1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. Why does the poet ask us to count up to twelve and keep still?

3. What 'exotic moment'  does the poet speak of?

4. What will be the outcome of keeping still and silent for a little while ?

Answers:

1. The name of the poem is keeping Quiet. The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.

2. He says this so that we can withdraw our mind from the outside world and peep into ourselves.

3. It will be the moment when there  will be silence and peace.

4. It will help us to achieve togetherness and oneness with other human beings.

Keeping Quiet |Comprehension | Question Answers,| NCERT |Class 12 | English| Poem|

Stanza 3
Fishermen in the cold sea
would not harm whales
and the man gathering salt
would look at his hurt hands.

Questions :
1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. What would the fishermen not do ?

3.What would the man gathering salt do?

4 What time or moment is the poet talking of?

5. What transformation will come in the people the poet is talking of?

Answers:

1. The name of the poem is 'Keeping Quiet. The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.

2. They would not harm whales in deep sea.

3. He would look at his hurt hands.

4. Poet is talking of the moment of quiet introspection and its later effects.

5. They will come out of their greed, selfishness and cruelty. They will live in peace hereafter.

Stanza 4
Fishermen in the cold sea
would not harm whales
and the man gathering salt
would look at his hurt hands.
Those who prepare green wars,
wars with gas, wars with fire
victory with no survivors,
would put on clean clothes
and walk about with their brothers
in the shade doing nothing.

Questions :
1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. Why would warmongers put on clean clothes ?

3. Explain : victory with no survivors'.

4. What does the poet mean by 'doing nothing ?

Answers

1. The name of the poem is Keeping Quiet. The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.

2.  Warmongers will realize the futility of war. They will no longer stain their clothes with the blood of human beings. Thus their clothes would be clean.

3. War which is fought with dangerous  weapons kills everyone and there is no survivor to call himself a victorious.

4. By doing nothing, the poet means keeping quiet and doing a bit of self analysis.

Stanza 5

What I want should not be
confused
with total inactivity.
Life is what it is about;
I want no truck with death.

Questions

1. What does the poet want?

2. What does he want us not to confuse it with ?

3. What does he think about life ?

4. What, according to him, does inactivity amount to?

Answers
1. He wants all of us to find a moment for quiet introspection.

2. He does not want us to confuse it with total inactivity. Total inactivity means death itself.

3. He thinks of life as something connected with activity. It has nothing to do with death.

4. According to him, inactivity amounts to death.

Questions
1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. What does 'total inactivity mean?

3. How are we single-minded ?

4. What would happen if we once could do nothing ?

Answers:

1. The name of the poem is Keeping Quiet. The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.

2. Total inactivity means death.

3. We are so busy in our routine that we have no time to think of ourselves.

4. A feeling of togetherness and brotherhood will prevail if do nothing for once.

Keeping Quiet |Comprehension | Question Answers,| NCERT |Class 12 | English| Poem|


Stanza 6
Perhaps the earth can teach us
as when everything seems dead
and later proves to be alive.
Now I'll count up to twelve
and you keep quiet and I will go.

Questions:
1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. What can the earth teach us? How?

3. What does the poet want us to do while he counts up to twelve.?

4. What harmful activities of man has the poet referred to in this poem ?

5. When does everything seem dead?

6. How does the earth later prove to be alive ?

7. What will counting up to twelve and keeping still help us to achieve ?
Answers: 

1. The name of the poem is Keeping Quiet.The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.

2. The earth can teach us that by suspending our activities for a short duration, we can start them afresh in a better manner.

3. He wants us to remain quiet and still.

4 The poet has referred to man's activities of going to war and killing one another.

5.  In Winter, when the earth becomes almost still and silent, everything seems to be dead.

6. The earth proves to be alive in spring when new beauties and colours are added to it.

7. It will help us to restart our activities afresh in a better and purposeful manner. It will help
us to achieve togetherness with other human beings.

Some other Questions :

Q. 1 What will counting up to twelve and keeping still help us to achieve
Ans. :  What the poet means to say is that we should stop all our activities for a few moments
and do quiet analysis. It will help us to regain our activities afresh in a better way.

Q 2 : Do you think the poet advocates total inactivity and death?

Ans:  No, the poet doesn't say this at all. He wants to suspend all activities for some moments.   It will help us to restart your activities in a better and noble manner.

3. What is the 'sadness' that the poet refers to in the poem?

We can understand ourselves only when we stop all activities for some time. If we'll remain busy all the time, a sadness of never understanding ourselves prevail on us .

Q. 4.  What symbol from Nature does the poet invoke to say that there can be life under
apparent stillness
?

Ans. The poet uses the symbol of the earth. He says that in winter, the earth seems to be dead. But later in spring, it is proved that it is alive, not dead. It looks fresh and pure once again. Thus the poet proves that there can be life under apparent stillness.

Q.5. What idea does Pablo Neruda want to convey in his poem, Keeping Quiet'?

Ans. The poet wants to say that we should stop our worldly activities for a few moments and do some quiet introspection. It will help us to understand ourselves. Then we can start our activities afresh in a better and purposeful manner.

Q. 6. What does the poet want all of us to do?

Ans. The poet wants us to stop all our activities for a few moments - only for as long as it will take to count to twelve. We should keep still and not move even our arms. We should remain silent and not say anything while we are sitting still.

Q.7. What does the poet mean when he says, "Now we will count to twelve and we keep still."?

Ans. The poet means to say that we should stop all our activities for a few moments and do introspection. This will develop a sense of global brotherhood and likeness during this  apparent stillness.

Q. 8 : What symbol the poet has used to describe apparent still?

Ans. The poet uses the symbol of the earth. He says that in winter, the earth seems dead. But later in spring, it is proved that it is alive, not dead, It has new colour
beauties added to it. Thus the poet proves that there can be life under apparent still.

Keeping Quiet |Comprehension | Question Answers,| NCERT |Class 12 | English| Poem|

Q.9. :  What idea does Pablo Neruda want to convey in his poem, 'Keeping Quiet'?

Ans. The poet wants to say that we should stop our worldly activities for a few moments and do some quiet introspection. It will help us to understand ourselves. Then we can start our activities afresh in a better and purposeful manner.

Q.10. What does the poet want all of us to do?

Ans. The poet wants us to stop all our activities for a few moments - only for as long as it will take to count to twelve. We should keep still and not move even our arms. We should remain silent and not say anything while we are sitting still.

CBSE Style Questions:


1.Now we will count to twelve and we will all keep still.

Questions

(a)Name the poem and the poet of
these lines.
(b)Why does the poet ask us to count to twelve?
(c)Why does the poet ask us to keep
still?
(d) Find words from the passage
which mean.
(i) say number (ii) quiet and
motionless.

Answers:
1. The name of the poem is Keeping Quiet. The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.
2. He wants us to keep quiet and still.
3 . He asks us to keep still to stop our activities and do  self analysis.
4. (I) count  (ii) still

Questions
(a)Name the poem and the poet of
these lines.
(b)What will happen if there is no
rush or running of engines?
(c)What sort of moment will it be?
(d)How would all of us feel at that
moment?

Answers :
a. The name of the poem is Keeping Quiet. The name of the poet is Pablo Neruda.
b. There will be apparent silence and peace.
C. It will be a very exotic moment.
d. We feel a sense of brotherhood and togetherness.

Questions
(a)What do fishermen usually do in
the cold sea?
(b)What does the poet ask fishermen not to do?
(c)What has happened to the man
gathering salt?
(d) What should the man gathering
salt do?

Answers:
(a)Fishermen usually catch fish,
particularly whales, in the cold seas.
(b)The poet asks fishermen not to
hurt or injure the whales in the cold seas.
(c)  They have hurt their hands in greed of gathering more salt.
(d) They would look their hurt hands.

Questions:
(a)Name the poem and the poet of
these lines.
(b)What sort of wars are mentioned
in the above lines?
(c)What kind of victory will it be?
(d) How should the lovers of war
behave?

Answers:
(a)The name of the poem is Keeping
Quiet. The poet is Pablo Neruda.
(b) Wars which are fought with dangerous weapons are mentioned here.
(c) It will be a victory with no survival.
(d) They should live like brothers even with their enemies.
By .. MsB

Thursday, November 28, 2019

November 28, 2019

how to improve sex timing | sex power badhane ki dawa


how to improve sex timing | sex power badhane ki dawa

sex power badhane ki dawa | improve sex timing
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प्रत्येक पुरुष अपनी सेक्स पॉवर को बढ़ाना चाहता है । हीक की इच्छा होती है कि वह ज्यादा से ज्यादा टाइम तक टिका रह कर अपने पार्टनर को खुश व सतुष्ट कर सके। वह अपने साथी की संतुष्टि को टाइम के साथ जोड़कर  देखता है । जितना ज्यादा वह टिकेगा उतना ही वह अपने पार्टनर को सन्तुष्ट मानता है । हालाँकि सतुंष्ट करने के बहुत से तरीके ही सकते  हैं। यदि आदमी अपने खानपान में थोड़ा सुधार करे व अपने तनाव को दूर कर पाए तो ये काफी कारगर सिद्ध हो सकता है।
कुछ तरीकों के द्वारा कोई अपनी शरीरिक शक्ति में काफी बृद्धि  कर सकता है।

Improve male sexual performance

मार्केट में कई तरह की दवाई उपलब्ध है जिससे
लिंग में सुधार करके सेक्स का आनन्द उठाया जा सकता है। और टाइम को बढा सकते है।
लेकिन हमें ये ध्यान जरूर रखना चाहिए कि पेनिस का कठोर होना हमारे शरीर के रक्त प्रवाह पर निर्भर करता है। यदि हमारा रक्त प्रवाह ठीक होगा तो सेक्स परफॉर्मेंस भी बहुत बढिया होगा। यदि हमारा हृदय स्वस्थ है तो पेनिस भी अच्छा काम करेगा और erectile डिस्फंक्शन का शिकार नही होगा । जो हमारे हार्ट के लिए सही है बही लिंग के लिए भी कारगर है । हार्ट स्वस्थ तो लिंग भी स्वस्थ।
sex power badhane ki dawa | improve sex timing
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सक्रिय रहें,

सेक्स लाइफ को सही रखने के लिए जरूरी है कि हर समय सक्रिय रहा जाए। यदि सक्रिय रहेगे तो मानसिक तनाव से भी बचे रहेंगे। सक्रिय रहने से हार्ट रेट भी सही रहती है जिससे पूरे शरीर को रक्त की सप्लाई भी पर्याप्त मात्रा में हो जाती है । पेनिस तक रक्त सप्लाई ठीक बानी रहने से इनका तनाब भी उचित रहता है । और सेक्स करने में किसी भी तरह की समस्या नहीं आती है। लगभग एक घन्टे का व्यायाम काफी कारगर माना जाता है।

फलों और सब्जियों का सेवन

हेल्दी रहने के लिए कुछ फलों व सब्जियों का सेवन अत्यंत लाभकारी हो सकता है। इनका निरन्तर सेवन करना लिबिडो को काफी बढ़ा सकता है । ये रक्त प्रवाह को बढ़ाने के लिए कारगर सिद्ध होते हैं।

लहसुन और प्याज

प्याज और लहसुन खाने से रक्त प्रवाह में काफी बृद्धि होती है। रक्तसंचार में सुधार से पेनिस में काफी कठोरता आ सकती है। बेशक ये खाने से मुंह से  बदबू आये लेकिन ये शारिरिक सुख काफी दे सकता है ।
केला खाना
पोटैशियम से भरपूर फल जैसा केला इत्यादि खाने से रक्तचाप को कम रखने में काफ़ी मदद मिलती है । सही रक्तचाप रक्तसंचार को काफी सुधार देता है। केला खाने से सेक्स परफॉर्मेंस में काफी सुधार होता है ।
मिर्च मसाले खाना
मिर्च मसाले से भरपूर खाना खाने से भी हमारे शरीर के रक्तसंचार में काफी बृद्धि होती है। स्पाइसी फ़ूड से अत्यधिक तनाव को दूर करने में मदद मिलती है । और सेक्स लाइफ में भरपूर आनंद भर देती है।

Improve male sexual performance


फ़ूड जो रक्त संचार को बढाते है

कुछ भोजन जो अच्छा रक्त संचार बनाये रखने में सहायक होते हैं।

ओमेगा3 फैटी एसिड से भरपूर

इस तरह का फैटी एसिड  ब्लड फ्लो को बढ़ाता है। ये एसिड ट्यूना, salmon और ओलिव आयल में भरपूर मात्रा में मिलता है।

विटामिन बी1

ये विटामिन शरीर मे संचार संकेतों को सुधारने में सहायक होता है। इसी संचार की वजह से ब्रेन से आने बाले संकेत पेनिस तक बड़ी आसानी और कम समय मे पहुँच जाते है। जिससे सेक्स पॉवर का बढ़ना स्वभाविक है। सेक्सुअली इससे जल्दी सक्रिय होने में मदद मिलती है।

अंडे खाना

अण्डे  खाने से भी शरीर को विटामिन B मिलते है व शरीर की प्रोटीन की कमी को भी पूरा किया जा सकता है । प्रोटीन बढ़ने से वीर्य का निर्माण भी शरीर में काफी मात्रा में होने लगेगा । जिससे पावर में काफी बृद्धि होगी । पोष्टिक भोजन करना बहुत ही जरूरी है। शरीर तभी स्वस्थ व ह्रष्टपुष्ट हो सकता है। जब खुराक में सभी जरूरी व पोषक तत्त्व मौजूद हो। शरीर मे किसी भी तरह की कमी या कुपोषण जैसी समस्या नहीं होनी चाहिए।

तनाव कम करें

स्वस्थ रहने के लिए जरूरी है कि कम से कम तनाव रखा जाए। तनाव की स्थिति में सेक्स पर फोकस नही किया जा सकता । जब तक फोकस नहीं होगा तब तक इरेक्शन भी ठीक नही होगा । और इसी वजह से कोई चरम तक भी नही पहुँच एकता है। तनाव दूर करने के लिए जरूरी है कि अपने पार्टनर से बात की जाए यदि पार्टनर समझ गया  तो आपका तनाब भी कम होगा और सेक्स का भी भरपूर आनंद उठा पाओगे।  मनोविज्ञानिक तनाव भी सेक्स के मजे को खराब कर सकता है । तनाव दूर करने के लिए ज्यादा से ज्यादा शरीरिक श्रम और व्यायाम करना अत्यंत जरूरी है ।

बुरी आदतों को छोड़े

सेक्स पॉवर बढ़ाने के लिए जरूरी है कि बुरी आदतों को छोड़ा जाए। तनाव के कारण कई बार  बुरी आदतों में पड़ जाते है। धूम्रपान और शराब पीने से सेक्स परफॉर्मेंस पर बुरा प्रभाव पड़ता है। कुछ अध्ययन में पाया गया है कि थोड़ी सी रेड वाइन से रक्त संचार में  सुधार होता है। लेकिन ज्यादा wine से सेक्स परफॉर्मेंस पर विपरीत प्रभाव पड़ता है।
उपरोक्त तरीकों से हम अपनी शरीरिक ताकत में बढ़ोतरी कर सकते हैं। और सेक्स जीवन का भरपुर आनंद उठा सकते है तनाव से दूर रहें, स्वस्थ खाएं । अगर फिर भी आपकी समस्या जस की तस बनी रहे तो अपने डाक्टर से मिले व उचित उपचार करबाए। घबराएं बिलकुल भी नहीं, मानसिक रूप से मजबूत बने रहें।





 Men should  keep calm and be patient  and also intract  with their partner






Thursday, November 21, 2019

November 21, 2019

An Elementary School Classroom in a slum - Comprehension - Questions


An Elementary School Classroom in a slum - Flamingo - Poetry -
Class XII - NCERT/CBSE - Comprehension - Questions with answers

An Elementary School Classroom in a slum - Comprehension - Questions
Symbolic

Q. : Read the Stanzas given below carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Stanza 1 for comprehension

Far far from gusty waves these children's faces.
Like rootless weeds, the hair torn round their pallor:
The tall girl with her weighed-down head. The paper
seeming boy, with rat's eyes. The stunted, unlucky heir
Of twisted bones, reciting a father's gnarled disease,
His lesson, from his desk. At back of the dim class
One unnoted, sweet and young. His eyes in a dream,
Of squirrel's game, in tree room, other than this.

Answer the following Questions: 

1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. Who are being described in these lines?

3. Where are the children sitting?

4. Explain 'weighed-down head'.

Answers

1. The name of the poem is 'An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum.' The name of the poet is 'Stephen Spender.'
             Or
The name of the poem is "An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum" and the Poet is "Stephen Spender".

2. The poor slum children are being described in these lines.

3. They are sitting in an elementary school classroom.

4. 'Weighed-down head' means a head that has been bent down due to weakness and illness.

Stanza 2 for comprehension

At back of the dim class
One unnoted, sweet and young. His eyes live in a dream,
Of squirrel's game, in tree room, other than this.

Questions :

1. Why do you think the class was dim?

2. Who was sitting at the back of the class?

3. What was the little one dreaming of?

4. Explain the words : 'other than this.'

Answers

1. The lack of electricity or proper  ventilation had made the class dim.

2. A little sweet boy was sitting at the back of the class.

3. He was dreaming of the squirrel and it's  game that it could be playing in its tree room.

4. The squirrel's tree room where it plays all day is very different from this dirty classroom. While the tree room is a beautiful and airy space, the classroom is dim and suffocating.

Stanza 3 for compression :

On sour cream walls, donations. Shakespeare's head,
Cloudless at dawn, civilized dome riding all cities.
Belled, flowery, Tyrolese valley. Open-handed map
Awarding the world its world.

Q.1: What walls have been referred to in these lines ?

Q. 2 :  What do the  walls  refer to in these lines?

Q. 3: What is meant by sour cream walls?

Q. 4 : What donations are there on the walls ?

Answers: 

1.The name of the poem is An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum. The name of the poet is Stephen Spender.

2 They are the walls of a classroom in an elementary school in a slum.

3 The walls are damp and give the smell of sour cream.

4 : Walls  are decorated with pictures donated by different people - a picture of Shakespeare's bust, another of a cloudless dawn, another of a cathedral dome and still another of a flowery valley.

 Stanza 4 for comprehension

And yet, for these
Children, these windows, not this map, their world,
Where all their future's painted with a fog.
A narrow street sealed in with a lead sky
Far far from rivers, capes, and stars of words.

Questions

Q. 1. Who are these children'? What do 'these windows' refer to ?

Q. 2 What has been said to be the world these children ?

Q.3. What has been said about their future ?

Q.4 What do you think is meant by 'stars of words'?

Answers

1. They are the poor children living in a slum. These windows refer to the windows of the classroom.

2 The narrow street under the dull sky has been said to be their world.

3. Their future is painted with fog. It means that the poor children have no certainty about their future.

4. Here the poet is referring to the tall promises made by politicians to the poor slum-dwellers.

Stanza 5 for compression

Surely, Shakespeare is wicked, the map a bad example,
With ships and sun and love tempting them to steal -
For lives that slyly turn in their cramped holes
From fog to endless night.

Q.1. Name the poet and the poem from which the above lines have been taken.

Q.2. Why is Shakespeare 'wicked and the map 'a bad example'?

Q.3. What type of life do these children lead ?

Q.4. What tempts these children and why?

Q.5. "Tempting them to steal.'  Who does  'them' here refer to ?

Answers:

1. The name of the poem is An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum. The name of the poet is Stephen Spender.

2. Poet means to say that Shakespeare's bust seems out of place in this Classroom. Children has no use of showing Shakespeare's head here. Map shows the world which far different from the world of poor slum children. That is why Shakespeare has been said to be 'bad example.'

3. They lead a very poor and miserable life.

4. The love of comfortable and luxurious life tempts them to steal. They have no means to reach that type of world.

5 . 'Them' here refers to the slum children. Ma as a bad example to these children. They can take to stealing tempted by this world.

Stanza 6 for comprehension

On their slag heap, these children

Wear skins peeped through by

bones and spectacles of steel

With mended glass, like bottle bits on stones.

All of their time and space are foggy slum.

So blot their maps with slums as big as doom.

Questions:

Q.1. What has been referred to as slag heap?

Q. 2. What peeps through their skins ? What does this show?

 Q.3. How do their spectacles look?

 Q.4. What does the poet want to blot and why?

Answers: 

1. The bloodless bodies of the poor children have been referred to as slag heap. 
2. Their bones peep through their skins. It shows that the poor children don't get nutrition and have no flesh on their body.
3. They look like bottle bits on stone. 
4 : The poet want to blot he maps of the world because the only world these children know is their slum. They are unaware of any other world.

Stanza 7 for comprehension

Unless, governor, inspector, visitor,
This map becomes their window and these windows
That shut upon their lives like catacombs
Break O break open till they break the town.

Questions :

Q. 1. Name the poem and the poet.

Q. 2. What does the poet say in the beginning of the stanza?

Q. 3 What has their present world been compared to?

Q.4  What is meant by 'this map'?

Q. 5 . What are 'there windows' which the poet talks of?

Q. 6 .What has been referred to as 'catacombs?'

Q. 7 . What does the poet want the governor, the inspector and the visitor to do?

Q.8 What becomes their window

Answers

1. The name of the poem 'An  Elementary School Classroom in a Slum' and the name of the poet is Stephen Spender.

2. He says that maps of the world have no meaning for these poor children until they are taken out of their slum.

3. Their present world has been compared to catacombs.

4. It is a map of the world that has been hung on a wall in the classroom.

5. They are the classroom windows from where the children can see only a narrow street and dull sky.

6. The little narrow homes of the slum-dwellers have been referred to as catacombs.

7. He wants these people to take steps by which the poor children can be taken out of the slum where they live.

8. The map of the world hung on the wall in the classroom becomes their window.

Stanza  8 for Comprehension

And show the children to green fields, and make their world
Run azure on gold hands, and let their tongues
Run naked into books, the white and green leaves open
History theirs whose language is the sun

Questions :

Q. 1 : What children is the poet talking of? 

Q. 2 :  Where does he want them to be taken?

Q.3. What is meant by 'the white and green leaves'?

4 Explain:  'History theirs whose language is the sun'

Q.5 Who writes history, according to the poet?

Q. 6. Name the poem and the poet.

Answers

1. The poet is talking of children who go to an elementary school in a slum.

2. He wants them to be taken to a place where they can play in open fields and on golden sands.

3. The white leaves are the leaves of books and the green leaves are the leaves of trees.

4.The poet means to say that only those nations live in history where children can move as freely on the earth as does the sun in the sky.

5. Those people create history who are free to enjoy anything under the sun.

6. The name of the poem is An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum and the name of the poet is Stephen Spender.

Now answer the questions given below based on textual exercise: 

Q. 1: What do you think is the colour of sour cream? why do you think the poet has used this expression to describe the classroom walls ?

Ans. :  The colour of 'sour cream' is pale yellow which is a symbol of decay. The walls of the school has not been whitewashed for long. So they smelled like sour cream. This expression has used to show the difference between the world shown in the map and the world in which these children are living. They are far away even basic needs of life . They are confined to these decaying walls which is peeped through a window. They live in this miserable condition from day in to day out.

Q.2 : What does the poet want the governor, the inspector and the visitor to do?
         Or
What does the poet want for the children of the slums ? How can their lives be made to change?

Ans. : The Poet want these People to take these children out of the slum where they can  live in green surrounding . And where they can read the history of the great people who has achieved something . They should be taken to the open fields and let them run barefooted on golden sand. They should be provided all the basic needs so that they can also make progress in life.

Q.3 : Why has the map been said to be a bad example?

Ans.: These slum dwellers have scarcity of basic things such as food , clothing and shelter. They are ill fed , weak and born deformed. They can only see  narrow streets and dull sky the window of the classroom. The map which shows rivers , capes , seas with huge ships, green and beautiful landscapes is too far from their reach. That is why poem says this map as a bad example to these children. They can take to stealing tempted by this world.

Q. 4: What does the poet want the governor, the inspector and the visitor to do?
               Or
What does the poet want for the children of the slums? How can their lives be made to change?

Ans. : The poet wants these people to take steps by which the poor children can be taken out of the slum. They should be given the opportunity to live in open and green world where they can wander or run freely as the sun roams in the sky. They should be provided books so they can earn knowledge by reading white leaves of these books.

Q.5 : What does the poet say about the open-handed map'?

And. The map hung on the wall has been called 'open-handed' because it shows the open lands, seas, and all beautiful places of the world. This map is stark contrast to the children's world. Their world is limited only to narrow streets and dull sky of the slum. They are not aware of the world shown in the map. Their day starts in the dusty slum and ends in foggy night. In this way, they can be channelised in right direction and brought to  main stream.

Q.6 :  The walls of the classroom are
decorated with the pictures of
'Shakespeare' 'buildings with domes', 'world maps' and beautiful valleys.
How do these contrast with the world of these children?

Ans. : The pictures that decorate the
walls hold a stark contrast with the
world of these underfed, poverty
stricken, slum children living in
cramped dark holes. Obstacles
hamper their physical and mental
growth. The pictures on the wall
suggest beauty, well-being, progress
and prosperity-a world of sunshine
and warmth of love. But the world of the slum children is ugly and lack prosperity


Q.7   What is the theme of the poem
"An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum? How has it been presented?

Ans:  In this poem Stephen Spender
deals with the theme of social
injustice and class inequalities. He
presents the theme by talking of two
different and incompatible worlds.
The world of the rich and the civilized has nothing to do with the world of narrow lanes and cramped holes. The
gap between these two worlds
highlights social disparities and class inequalities.


Friday, November 15, 2019

November 15, 2019

My Mother at Sixty Six - Poem - Comprehension - Questions


My Mother at Sixty Six -
Flamingo - Poetry -
Class XII - NCERT/CBSE - Comprehension - Questions with anwers

My Mother at Sixty Six - Poem - Comprehension - Questions
Symbolic pic

Q. : Read the Stanzas given below carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Driving from my parent's home to Cochin last Friday
morning, I saw my mother, beside me,
doze, open mouthed, her face ashen like that
of a corpse and realised with pain
that she was as old as she looked



Now Answer the questions given :

1.Name the poem and the poet.


2.Where was the poet going?


3. How did the poet's mother look?


4 .What did the poet realise with pain?


5. When was the poet going?

Answers:



1.The name of the poem is My Mother at Sixty-six. The name of the poet is Kamala Das.
            Or
The name of the poem is 'My Mother at Sixty-six and the name of the poet is 'Kamla Das.'

2. She was going to the Cochin airport.

3.She looked as pale as death. She was weak and open mouthed.

4.She realised that her mother had grown very old. So she won't live long.

5. The poet was going on Friday morning.

Stanza 2

........, but soon
put that thought away, and looked out at young
trees sprinting, the merry children spilling
out of their homes, but after the airport's
security check, standing a few yards
away, I looked again at her ...........


Answer the questions given below:

1. Name the poem and the poet.
2.What was the mother doing beside the poet ?
3. How did the poet put that thought away?
4. What did the poet realise with pain?


Answer:

1. The name of the poem is My Mother at Sixty-six. The name of the  poet  Kamala Das.

2. She was dozing with her mouth open.

3. She (poet) started looking at the scenes outside the car.

4.She realised that her mother might not live long.

Stanza 3

I looked again at her wan, pale
as a late winter's moon and felt that old
familiar ache, my childhood fear,
but all I said was, see you soon, Amma,
all I did was smile and smile and smile.

Now answer the questions:

1. What was the old familiar ache?
2.Who said these words in the above stanza and to whom?

3. What were her parting words ? What do they signity?

4. What does the poet's smile signify?

Answers

1. It was the fear of her mother leaving her. Poet feels that she might not see her again.

2. The poet said these words to her mother.

3.  The parting words were ' See you soon, Amma'. These words shows that she loved her mother and didn't want to lose  her . She also didn't want to be away from her for long.

4. It signifies that the poet wanted to cheer up her mother.

Stanza 4

But after the airport's security check
standing a few yards away, I looked
again at her, wan, pale as a late
Winter's moon and felt that old
familiar ache, my childhood fear,
but all I said was see you soon, Amma,
all I did was smile and smile and smile.

Answer the questions given below:

1. Name the poem and the poet.

2. Why has the mother been compared to 'late winter's moon'?

3. Where is the poet going and what does she think of her mother?

4. What did the poet do after the security check?

5. What familiar ache did the poet feel?

6. What is childhood's fear?

7. What did the smile signify?

Answers

Ans: 1. The name of the poem is My Mother at Sixty-six. 

Ans: 2. The late Winter's moon looks pale and dull. Poet's mother has also grown very old and weak . That is why mother has been compared to 'late winter's moon.'

Ans: 3. The poet is going to Cochin airport. She observes that her mother is looking as pale as death. She sadly thinks that her mother might not live long.

Ans: 4. Poet looked at her mother again who was standing a few yards away and again fear of losing her felt. 

Ans: 5. It was the fear she felt in her childhood when some fear filled in her heart.

Ans: 6. 'Childhood's fear' is the fear of losing her mother. She used to get upset , if ever she didn't see her. mother 

Ans:7.  The Smile signified that she wanted to hide her emotions and pains from her mother.

Short - Answer Questions

Q.1. what kind of pain ache that the poet feels?


Ans. : The poet feels because her mother has grown very old and weak. She looks as pale as corpse. She realises that her mother is not going to live long. This thought of separation fills her with pain and sadness.

Q. 2  Why are the young trees described as ' sprinting ' ?

Ans. : The Poet is driving to the airport with her mother. She is very sad thinking about the condition of her mother. She looks outside and finds the trees running towards her. In fact , it is  only the car  that is running , not the trees . She only wants to divert her attention thinking that way.

Q. 3 : Why has the poet brought in the image of the merry children 'spilling out of their homes' ?


Ans. : While Childhood is a period of carefree merry - making, old age is a period of inactivity and sadness. While Childhood marks the beginning, old age is a sign of ending life. Thus this image helps to bring out the contrast between Childhood and old age. The Poet also recalls her own Childhood when her mother was quite young.


Q. 4 : Why has the mother been compared to the 'late winter's moon'?


Ans. :  Winter is the last phase of the year. It is a time of inactivity and dullness. Old age is also the last phase of life. Man grows weak and pale like death, just as the moon in the late winter looks pale white. The moon and the moonlight seems pale and dim in winter. That is why mother has been compared to the late writer's moon.

Q. 5. What do the parting words of the poet and her smile signify?



Ans. :  The Poet says formal words of parting to her  mother "See you soon, Amma." She is very upset as the mother has grown very old and weak . She realises that she might see her alive again. Mother's face is as pale as death. To hide her feelings and mental state, she only gives a beaming smile to her mother.

Thursday, November 14, 2019

November 14, 2019

Father to Son - Hornbill - Class XI English Core - NCERT

Father to Son - Hornbill
- Class XI English Core
- NCERT

By- Elizabeth Joan Jennings

Father to Son - Hornbill - Class XI English Core - NCERT
Symbolic pic


Elizabeth Joan Jennings was an
English poet. She was born on
July 18, 1926, Boston,Lincolnshire, England. When she was six, her family moved to Oxford, where she remained for the rest of her life. There she later attended St Anne's College. After graduation, she became a  prominent writer. Jennings' early poetry was published in journals such as Oxford Poetry, New English Weekly, The Spectator, Outposts and Poetry Review, but her first
book was not published until she
was 27. Her works relate intensely personal matters in a plainspoken, traditional and objective style. She died on October 26, 2001 in Bampton, Oxfordshire.

Stanza 1

I do not understand this child
Though we have lived together now
In the same house for years. I know
Nothing of him, so try to build
Up a relationship from how
He was when small.

Explanation:

Father and son relationship has described saying that they don't understand each other. Though they  have lived in the same house for years, father doesn't understand his son. He (father) knows nothing about his son. He wants to build the kind of  relationship as it was when his son was a small kid. These lines of the poem shows that there used be a very affectionate and loving relationship between father and son. But with the passage of time they went away from each other.

Explanation in Hindi:

  पिता पुत्र के  साथ सम्बंध को  दर्शाते हुए कहता है कि वे एक दूसरे को नहीं समझते है। यद्यपि वे बर्षो तक एक ही घर रहते रहते रहे है पिता अपने पुत्र को नहीं जानता है। वह अपने बेटे के बारे में कुछ  नहीं जानता है। अब पिता उसी तरह का सम्बंध बनाना चाहता है जैसा कभी बचपन के समय हुआ करता था। इन लाइन से समझ मे आता है कि एक समय उनके बीच में प्रेम और सौहार्द का रिश्ता था ।
Father to Son - Hornbill - Class XI English Core - NCERT
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Stanza 2
Yet have I killed
The seed
I spent or sown it where
The land is his and none of mine?
We speak like strangers, there's
no sign
Of understanding in the air.
This child is built to my design
Yet what he loves I cannot share

Explanation:

Father feels that he wanted  to fix ideas in the mind of his son. But he didn't get the desired results. So he feels that he has only destroyed or spoilt his seed (ideas). He could not shape his son's thoughts and ideas because it was not his land ( mind) where he tried to sow (infix) the seed. Father and son talk to each other like strangers. It seems as they don't even know each other. Though son looks like his father  both body and stature, his likes and dislikes are not the same. Father also doesn't like the ways and means of his son.

Explanation in Hindi:

पिता को लगता है कि एक समय उसने अपने पुत्र के मन में वे विचार डालने चाहे जो उसे पसंद थे । पुत्र शरीर से तो पिता की भांति ही दिखता है लेकिन जो उसे पसंद है वह पिता को अच्छा नहीं लगता । पिता को लगता है कि उसने जो बीज रूपी विचार अपने बेटे के मन मे बोने की कोशिश की , वो बीज ही खराब हो गया। क्योंकि वह जगह (मन) ही उसकी नहीं थी। पिता और पुत्र एक दूसरे के साथ अजनबी की भांति बात करते हैं। ऐसा प्रतीत होता है कि पिता और पुत्र एक दूसरे को नही जानते। जो पुत्र को पसंद है वो पिता को अच्छा नहीं लगता है ।
Stanza 3
  Silence surrounds us. I would have
Him prodigal, returning to
His father's house, the home he
knew
Rather than see him make and
move
His world. I would forgive him too,
Shaping from sorrow a new love.

Explanation :

Father and son remain silent and hardly talk to each other. Father wants to bring back his son to that house which is familiar to him. He doesn't want that his son should go far and make his own world. He would let him 'prodigal' - wasteful - and bring him too. He also wants to forgive his son and would try to build a new relationships which will wipe out all sorrows and will develop love and affection. In this stanza a father's helplessness is clearly visible.

Explanation in Hindi

पिता और पुत्र को खामोशी घेरे रहती है पिता अपने पुत्र को फिजूलखर्च करने देने के लिए भी तैयार है। वह बेटे को माफ करके अपने घर बुलाना चाहता है। पिता नही चाहता कि पुत्र अपनी दुनिया अलग वसा ले और घर सदा के लिए छोड़ दे । पिता उसे क्षमा कर देना चाहता है । वह उसे उस घर में बुलाना चाहता है जिसे वह बर्षों से जानता है। इस stanza में पिता का असहाय पन साफ दिख रहा है । एक लाचार पिता सब कुछ भुला कर नई शुरुआत करना चाहता है।
Stanza 4
Father and son, we both must live
On the same globe and the same
land
He speaks: I cannot understand
Myself, why anger grows from
grief.
We each put out an empty hand,
Longing for something to forgive.

Explanation:

Father and son both must live on the same earth and in the same world. They cannot be separated with each other,  as they are closely bound . Son also knows the grief aroused by their bad relationship. He says he can't understand why anger caused by grief and sadness. This is very clear that son isn't also happy with that kind of relationship with his father. Father and son both want to forgive each other,  still not prepared to initiate at all. Each one is looking at the other . So both are with their empty hands.

Explanation in Hindi:

पिता और पुत्र दोनों को ही एक ही धरती और संसार मे रहना है। वे चाह कर भी एक दूसरे से अलग नहीं हो सकते । पुत्र भी उनके बिगड़े रिश्ते के दुख को जानता है। वह समझ नही पाता है कि  दुख  और उदासी से गुस्सा क्यों आता है दोनों ही एक दूसरे को माफ करना चाहते है लेकिन पहल कोई नई करना चाहता है ।

Monday, September 30, 2019

September 30, 2019

Childhood - Hornbill - Class XI - English Core - NCERT/CBSE


Childhood  -  Hornbill -
Class XI - English Core - NCERT/CBSE

Childhood  -  Hornbill - Class XI - English Core - NCERT
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Childhood - Explanation in Hindi

Stanza 1
When did my childhood go?
Was it the day I ceased to be
eleven.
Was it the time I realised that Hell
and Heaven,
Could not be found in Geography,
And therefore could not be,
Was that the day!

Explanation :

Poet tries to find out  when did his childhood go. He asked a question from himself and tried to answer himself. Whether it was the day he became twelve or it was the day when he realized  that heaven and hell couldn't be located in any map or atlas. So they don't exist on this world. So this stanza tells about the rationalism. Child now tries to know what  right and wrong is .

Explanation in Hindi:

Poet ये पता लगाने की कोशिश करता है कि उसका बचपन कब समाप्त हो गया। इसके लिए वह दो स्तर पर सोचता है। पहला,  क्या जब वो 12 साल का हो गया, तब उसका बचपन समाप्त हो गया। यहाँ उसका आशय उम्र से है। दूसरा, जब उसे ये समझ में आया कि स्वर्ग और नर्क नाम की कोई जगह इस धरती या संसार में नहीं पाई जाती है, इसलिये ये दोनों ही काल्पनिक चीज़ें है। यहाँ पोएट का आशय बौद्धिक विकास से है।  इस प्रकार poet उम्र और मानसिक विकास के आधार पर यह जानने की कोशिश करता है कि उसका बचपन कब समाप्त हुआ।
Childhood  -  Hornbill - Class XI - English Core - NCERT
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Stanza 2
When did my childhood go?
Was it the time realised that
adults were not
All they seemed to be,
They talked of love and preached
of love,
But did not act so lovingly,
Was that the day!

Explanation:

In his refrain question,  poet tries to find out when his childhood ended . Was it the time he realized that adults are not the same as they pretend to be. They talk of love, advise to  treat lovingly with other people. But they themselves don't behave lovingly. Their actions are totally different from their words. This stanza talks about hypocrisy prevailed in adults.

Explanation in Hindi:

क्या ये वो समय था जब उसे ये समझ मे आया कि बड़ी आयु के लोग जैसे दिखते हैं वैसे ही नहीं। वे प्रेमपूर्वक रहने की सलाह देते है प्रेम से व्यवहार करने की सलाह देते हैं लेकिन अपने आप प्रेमपूर्वक नहीं रहते हैं। उनका व्यवहार उनके शव्दों से बिल्कुल अलग है। बच्चे उनके छल कपट को जब समझने लग जाता है क्या ये वो दिन था जब उसका बचपन समाप्त हो गया।
Stanza 3
When did my childhood go?
Was it when I found my mind was
really mine,
To use whichever way I choose,
Producing thoughts that were not
those of other people
But my own and mine alone
Was that the day!
Explanation :
When did my childhood go?
Was it the day when I found out that I have my own mind. I could use my mind the way I choose. My mind could produce thoughts which were not of other people, but they were only the product of my own mind . Was it the day my childhood ended? This stanza deals with the development of individuality.
Childhood  -  Hornbill - Class XI - English Core - NCERT

Explanation in Hindi:

मेरा बचपन कब खत्म हुआ। क्या ये वो समय था जब मुझे पता चला कि मेरा माइंड मेरा अपना है जिसे मैं किसी भी रास्ते या कम में लगा सकता हूँ। मेरे मन में उत्पन्न होने वाले विचार किसी और के नहीं बल्कि मेरे अपने थे। क्या ये वो दिन था जब मेरा बचपन समाप्त हो गया।
Stanza 4

Where did my childhood go?
It went to some forgotten place,
That is hidden in an infant's face,
That's all I know.

Explanation:

Poet  seems unable to locate the particular point of time when his childhood ended. Now he raised the question where did his childhood go. These are most poetic lines in which he tries to locate his childhood hidden behind infant's face. His childhood has lost in some unknown place .  He can find it in any infant's face . That is all he knows about his own childhood.

Explanation in Hindi:

Poet किसी विशेष टाइम का पता लगाने में असमर्थ हो जाता है। वह अब ये जानने की कोशिश करता है कि उसका बचपन कहाँ खो गया। वह जब भी किसी शिशु के चेहरे को देखता है तो उसे अपना बचपन याद आता है। वह इतना ही जानता  है कि उसका बचपन किसी शिशु के चेहरे में ढूंढा जा सकता है।

Word Meaning:

Ceased - (समाप्त हुआ ) ended
Could not be - ( नहीं हो सकता)could not exist
Preached -  (उपदेश) advised
Seemed to be -( दिखावा)  pretend to be