NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 17 Poem Gazal

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Class 11 Hindi NCERT Solutions for Aroh Chapter 17 Poem Gazal

‘Saye Mein Dhoop’ is one of the most crucial parts in Cbse Class 11 Hindi Aroh  Chapter 17 and it becomes mandatory for the students to cover this chapter if the aim is to fetch the maximum marks in the examination. The poem is explicitly explained in Vedantu with the help of virtual aids. Moreover, they try to cover each topic that might help to provide a background to the poem and help to give context. Vedantu even employs experienced teachers to set forth important question based solutions. To score your maximum potential download NCERT solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 17 Gazal.

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प्रश्न 1. आखिरी शेर में गुलमोहर की चर्चा हुई है। क्या उसका आशय एक खास तरह में फुलेदर वृक्ष से है या उसमें कोई सांकेतिक अर्थ निहित है? समझाकर लिखें। 

उत्तर: गुलमोहर फूलों का पेड़ होता है लेकिन इस गज़ल में गुलमोहर स्वाभिमान का प्रतीक है। इस गज़ल के माध्यम से कवि हमें यह सन्देश देना चाहता है कि हमें गुलमोहर से प्रेरणा लेनी चाहिए और अपना जीवन में हर पल स्वाभिमान से जीना चाहिए। 

प्रश्न 2. पहले शेर में चिराग शब्द एक बार बहुवचन में आया है और दूसरी बार एकवचन में। अर्थ एवम् काव्य-सौंदर्य की दृष्टि से इसका क्या महत्त्व है? 

उत्तर: पहले शेर में चिराग शब्द को बहुवचन रूप में अर्थात “चिरागों” का उपयोग किया गया है। यहाँ चिरागों से तात्पर्य सुख-सुविधाओं से है। दूसरी बार चिराग शब्द को एकवचन में ही प्रयोग किया गया है। चिराग से तात्पर्य सीमित सुख-सुविधा से है। इन दोनों ही शब्दों को प्रयोग करने के पीछे एक महत्वपूर्ण कारण है। इस गज़ल में चिरागों शब्द हमारी कल्पना को और चिराग शब्द हमारी वास्तविकता को दिखाने का कार्य करता है। यहाँ हम देखते हैं कि एक ही शब्द के वचन रूप को बदलने से उसका अर्थ भी बदल जाता है। 

प्रश्न 3. गज़ल के तीसरे शेर को गौर से पढ़े। यहाँ दुष्यंत का इशारा किस तरह के लोगों की ओर है? 

उत्तर: इस गज़ल के तीसरे शेर में दुष्यंत का इशारा उन लोगों की तरफ है जिनके भीतर उत्साह को कमी होती है। ऐसे व्यक्ति जीवन की किसी भी परिस्थिति चाहे वो अच्छी हो या बुरी उसमें खुद को ढाल लेते हैं। उन्हें न्याय या अन्याय से कोई फर्क नहीं पड़ता है, वह बस अपने आप से नाता रखते हैं। यही कारण है कि अफसर और नेता जनता का फायदा उठाने सफल होते है।

प्रश्न 4. आशय स्पष्ट करें।

तेरा निज़ाम है सिल दे ज़ुबान शायर की,

ये ऐहतियात जरूरी है इस बहर के लिये।

उत्तरः इन पंक्तियों को शासक वर्ग लिये व्यंग्य के रुप में लिखा गया है। शायरों के गज़लों या उनकी कविाओं को सत्ता में बैठें लोग हमेशा ही दबाते रहते हैं। ऐसा वह इसलिए करते हैं क्योंकि उन्हें यह डर लगता है कि कहीं उनकी सत्ता की शक्ति उनसे ना छीन जाए परंतु यह बात बिल्कुल ही सही नहीं है। लोकतंत्र में जनता को अपनी बात स्वतंत्र रूप से रखने का अधिकार होता है। 

प्रश्न 5. दुष्यंत की इस गज़ल का मिज़ाज बदलाव के पक्ष में है। इस कथन पर विचार करें।

उत्तर: दुष्यंत इस गज़ल के माध्यम से समाजिक और राजनीतिक बदलाव लाने चाहते हैं। दुष्यंत देश में हो रहे अन्याय को देख कर चिंतित है और समाज में परिवर्तन लाना चाहते हैं। देश में बढ़ते भ्रष्टचार से दुष्यंत निराश है और वह आम आदमी को इस गज़ल के जरिए प्रेरित करना चाहते हैं जिससे वह अन्याय के खिलाफ आवाज उठाये। कवि सत्ता के विरूद्ध आम लोगों में आक्रोश पैदा करना चाहते हैं। 

प्रश्न 6. हमको मालूम है जन्नत की हकीकत लेकिन 

दिल को खुश रखने को गालिब ये अच्छा ख्याल है

दुष्यंत की गज़ल का चौथा शेर पढ़े और बताएं कि गालिब के उपयुक्त शेर से वह किस तरह जुड़ता है? 

उत्तर:  दुष्यंत की गज़ल का चौथा शेर है:-

खुदा नहीं, न सही, आदमी का ख्वाब सही, 

 कोई हसीन नज़ारा तो है नज़र के लिए। 

यह शेर पूरी तरह से गालिब के शेर से प्रभावित है। दोनों का मतलब एक ही है। गालिब “जन्नत” को और दुष्यंत भगवान को मानवीय कल्पना मानते हैं। दोनों ही इनके अस्तित्व को मन को संतुष्ट करने वाले कारण के रूप में मानते हैं।

प्रश्न 7. ‘यहां दरखतों के साए में धूप लगती है’ यह वाक्य मुहावरे की तरह अलग अलग परिस्थितियों में अर्थ दे सकता है मसलन, यह ऐसी अदालतों पर लागू होता है, जहां इंसाफ नहीं मिल पाता। कुछ ऐसी परिस्थितियों की कल्पना करते हुए निम्नाकित अधूरे वाक्यों को पूरा करें। 

1) यह ऐसे नाते रिश्तों पर लागू होता है,………

उत्तर:  यह ऐसे नाते रिश्तों पर लागू होता है, जिनमें प्यार नहीं होता।

2) यह ऐसे विद्यालयों पर लागू होता है,………

उत्तर: यह ऐसे विद्यालयों पर लागू होता है, जहां विद्या के नाम पर अविद्या सिखाई जाती है।

3) यह ऐसे अस्पतालों पर लागू होता है,………

उत्तर: यह ऐसे अस्पतालों पर लागू होता है, जहां इलाज की जगह रोग बढ़ता है। 

4) यह ऐसे पुलिस व्यवस्था पर लागू होता है,………

उत्तर: यह ऐसे पुलिस व्यवस्था पर लागू होता है, जहां सुरक्षा के बजाय भय मिलता है।

NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh – Free PDF Download

NCERT solutions for Class 11, Hindi, Aroh Chapter 17 are extremely crucial for the students to follow since it is a mandatory chapter which will definitely appear in the final examination. The students will be able to write better answers if the concept is clear in their head. For this reason, NCERT solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 17 become important as the questions and the topics that are explained, tackle the maximum portion of the syllabus.

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NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 17 - Ghazal

Chapter 17 - Ghazal

Chapter 17 of CBSE Class 11’s syllabus deals with a Hindi Ghazal which is written by Dushyant kumar. He talks about the lies spewed by the politicians and how the security of the citizens is at stake. He aspires to escape from this brutal society and go to a utopian place which will give him some relief. Various aspects of the condition of the citizens are explained by taking the help of different imageries. And the only escape is the dream world for the people who cannot change the present circumstances.

The NCERT solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 17 explains the literal meaning of the poem as well as the underlying meaning which is not seen at the first glance. But the underlying meaning becomes important for the students to know, since that will make their concepts clearer and it will be easy for them to answer any form of questions.

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FAQs on NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 17 Poem Gazal

1. What Does the Poet Want to Talk About in this Poem?

In this Ghazal, the poet talks about the prevailing brutal condition of the society and uses several different images to make the concept clear and poetic. He further states that the only people who can survive in this society are those who do not bother. And the people who get bothered by the surroundings but cannot do anything about it due to their lack of power can only escape through dreams.

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Vedantu provides question based solutions to the students and explains the poem of NCERT Hindi Class 11 Chapter 17 line by line so that the student can understand the concept behind the poem most clearly. They even provide topic based discussion which can be beneficial.

3. Who does the poet target in the poem?

The poet is targeting the various politicians who trick innocent people into supporting them by giving them false hopes. He uses the metaphor of electricity, stating that this was promised to everyone in return for their win in politics. But with time, one comes to realize that this was a false promise which has left everyone in darkness with no light to help and assist them. The naive citizens trust the words of their leaders and give them their whole trust, just to be betrayed afterwards.  The poet, through this, emphasises the difference between empty talk and working on one’s statements. The politicians of today, with their sweet talks, get followers but ultimately do not work upon their promises.

4. What was claimed after Independence by the politicians?

After independence, the politicians had promised all the citizens that their demands would be fulfilled. They were promised that their voices would be heard and their difficulties would be gotten rid of. They were assured that their lives would be filled with containment and satisfaction and that the families would live decent lives. But, sad as it is, the poet claims that none of this has met its fruitful end. The people still continue to suffer and find it difficult to make ends meet. This is because the politicians who had manipulated the people to vote them into power have turned selfish. They are unable to see the plight of the people and therefore remain blind to their sufferings. 

5. What does the poet compare these people in power to?

The poet compares the people in power to a stone. The poor and deprived people are assured that their corrupt politicians have a heart of stone through which their cry for help and aid will never penetrate. These people in need only desire for their voices and demands to be heard, which is never fulfilled. These deprived people shape themselves by the way they are treated and mould themselves according to the demands of these politicians. 


They have accepted their fate and have lost any hope they had left with them. Through this poem, the poet wants to bring to light the plight of his fellow citizens and the corruption of the leaders who rule over these people. He ignites his fellow citizens to come forward for a revolution to fight for their rights and demand their integrity.

6. Why are the politicians afraid of the poets?

The politicians feel threatened when a poet or writer voices his or her opinion or concerns on the situation and plight of his fellow citizens. These politicians have the fear that their power will get snatched away if the common people get influenced by the writings of these poets and writers. In fear of this, they place various restrictions on them, which takes away their rights to free speech. The poet is aware of this mistreatment and knows that the same might be meted on him. But even that does not stop him from presenting the real picture of these corrupt leaders that they hide behind their masks. 

7. What advice does the poet give to the common people?

The poet writes that even under the shade of the politicians, the common people always feel as though they are exposed to the sun. They had hoped to get rid of the darkness, but that hope was never fulfilled by the leaders whom they had trusted and supported. The poet asks the people to distance themselves from such a society, where they are mistreated and where their integrity is lost.  He assures them that even if these god-like figures appear to be dead, they can always resort to their determination and dreams to find the strength to fight these atrocities. The solutions provided by Vedantu are free of cost. They are also available on the Vedantu Mobile app.

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