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NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 14 Poem Weh Ankhe

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Class 11 Hindi NCERT Solutions for Aroh Chapter 14 Poem Weh Ankhe

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Hindi is considered to be an easy subject by the native speakers. But it may be difficult for non-speakers to achieve a strong command of Hindi.  In such cases, NCERT solutions can be of help to a great extent. Be it a native speaker or a non-speaker, NCERT solutions for Class 11 Hindi can help understand how to answer the question and how much to answer a question. As time is precious in an examination, knowing how long your answer to a question will help you a lot. NCERT solutions for Class 11th Hindi Aroh Poem 14 by Vedantu will provide the best answers to questions so that you don't lose a single mark in the exams.


NCERT solution of Class 11 Hindi Aroh Poem 14 provides you with all the exercise questions and in-text questions. Expert teachers provide these solutions pdf at Vedantu on this page. They have formed the best possible answers for all the questions with their years of teaching experience. These solutions are provided for free on the Vedantu website and the Vedantu app. You can download Weh Ankhe NCERT Solutions – Class 11th Hindi Aroh with one click on the pdf link given below free of cost in pdf format.


A Hindi paper has three broad categories: Literature, writing skills, and reading skills. NCERT questions will be directly asked in the Literature section. These literature questions can bring some basic marks. To get the best marks in this section, we recommend you study the NCERT solutions well. A last-minute revision of these questions can save a lot of effort.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Why is the Poet Afraid to Look Into “Those Eyes”?

Ans. “Those eyes” refer to the eyes of a farmer. The farmer has been maltreated by the landlord, policeman, and the lender. He was once a happy man. But now, being mistreated by all these people, having lost all his beloved people and possessions, he has nothing left. His son, his wife, his infant baby girl, all have died. All these events can be seen as the pain in his eyes. And the poet is afraid to look into those painful eyes.

2. What was the Farmer Proud of?

Ans. The farmer was proud of his farming. His land, his ox, they were his pride. He was proud that he is responsible for feeding people. He owned the land he farmed on. He was happy that he made a living out of farming.

3. How can Vedantu Help Students in Hindi Examinations?

Ans. Vedantu is providing free solutions for “Weh Ankhe” Class 11. Also, Vedantu provides solutions for other chapters, subjects, and classes as well. You may refer to these answers to get an idea of how to write the answer. You can also get other study materials from the website and mobile app, which is available for anytime access.