CBSE Class 5 Hindi Worksheet Chapter 9 Ek Maa Ki Bebasi - PDF

CBSE Class 5 Hindi Worksheet Chapter 9 Ek Maa Ki Bebasi - Download Free PDF

The poem Ek Maa Ki Bebasi Class 5 is composed by Kumar Narayana. In this poem, the poet describes the condition of a child and his mother from his childhood. To understand better the context of the poem, refer to the Ek Maa Ki Bebasi poem summary explained by our subject matter experts.


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Ek Maa Ki Bebasi Poem Summary

Although the boy was similar to the neighbourhood children in appearance, he was unable to speak. He used to come to play every day with the children. Every child used to see the boy with wonder as he was quite different from others. The poet reminisces that the children used to be a little scared of Ratan as they couldn’t understand either Ratan’s gestures or his nervousness. There was always fear in Ratan’s eyes.


Ratan’s mother used to sit beside him as long as he used to play with the children. Her eyes were always on her child Ratan. The poet tells that back then he was a kid too and could not realise the helplessness. But now he is a full grown-up and wiser too. Now, he understands the helplessness of Ratan’s mother. The poet says that the mother was more helpless than her son Ratan. Growing up the poet realises the pain and helplessness of the mother.


Benefits of Ek Maa Ki Bebasi Worksheet

The worksheet includes every important Ek Maa Ki Bebasi question and answer in it which will be helpful for the students to remember the poem. The answers are brief and written in a simple way so that students can easily remember them. 


The worksheet is designed solely based on the NCERT latest syllabus of Class 5. All the Hindi terms are translated into English to make it easy to understand for those students who are struggling to understand the core meaning of the poem. 


Examples of Ek Maa Ki Bebasi Worksheet

Some of the Ek Maa Ki Bebasi questions and answers are listed below:

1. The child who lived in the neighbourhood of the poet is described in the poem as ‘“addrissya padosh” (invisible neighbour). Why does the poet use such a description?

(A) The poet didn’t know in which house the child lived.

(B)  Other children living in the neighbourhood used to talk to each other, but        the child could not speak. So, despite being a neighbour, he was unknown to other children. 

Ans: (B) is right. The child named Ratan lived in the neighbourhood of the poet who couldn’t speak. Other children in his neighbourhood used to speak and play with each other. But the boy Ratan couldn’t do that. Because of this, the poet found him invisible. 

2. Complete the following sentences.

  • My mother is very happy when_______________

  • Mother scolds me because___________________

  • I want my mother__________________________

  • My mother wants me to______________________

Ans: 

  • My mother is very happy when I study.

  • Mother scolds me because I was not doing homework.

  • I want my mother to be happy always.

  • My mother wants me to be a kind and honest person.


What does the PDF Consist of?

  • In this PDF, you will get the Ek Maa Ki Bebasi poem summary in English which will help students of Class 5 to understand the core meaning of the poem.

  • Following the summary, there is the Ek Maa Ki Bebasi question answer part which students can refer to after reading the poem and its summary. 


Vedantu has provided many more Hindi chapter PDFs following the NCERT Rimjhim book. All these Free PDFs are available on Vedantu’s website. These study sources have been translated into English and have used several Hinglish terms in order to make them easy to understand.

FAQs on CBSE Class 5 Hindi Worksheet Chapter 9 Ek Maa Ki Bebasi - PDF

1. What was the name of the boy who could not speak?

The name of the boy who could not speak was Ratan.

2. Why would Ratan be tensed about?

Ratan could not speak, so he used to explain his words with his gesture. When other children could not understand him, he would be tense about it.

3. There are many words in the poem which are related to seeing. Write such three words.

The three words that are related to seeing are eyes, invisible, and glimpse.

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