NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 19 Poem Sabse Khatarnak

Class 11 Hindi NCERT Solutions for Aroh Chapter 19 Poem Sabse Khatarnak

NCERT solutions for class 11th chapter 19 is an important tool that can help students get better marks. It is being noted that students face a lot of difficulty in grasping Hindi content and understanding the meaning of the deep poetry and crypted words, now that the use of such words has ceased.


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कविता के साथ

1. कवि के किस आशय से मेहनत की लूट, पुलिस की मार, गद्दारी-लोभ को सबसे खतरनाक नहीं माना?

उत्तर: कवि मेहनत की लूट, पुलिस की मार, गद्दारी-लोभ को खतरनाक नहीं मानता है क्योंकि इन चीजों के विरुद्ध आवाज उठाई जा सकती है। इन चीजों को दूर करने के लिए संघर्ष किया जा सकता है। जीवन में कई और भी चीजें या बातें ऐसी हैं जो इन से भी ज्यादा खतरनाक है जैसे : निराशा में जीवन व्यतीत करना,  उदास होकर रहना आदि। 


2. सबसे खतरनाक शब्द के बार-बार दोहराए जाने से कविता में क्या असर पैदा हुआ?

उत्तर: “सबसे खतरनाक” शब्द के बार-बार उपयोग से कथन बहुत प्रभावी ढंग से व्यक्त हुआ है। यह शब्द उस तबाही को दर्शाता है जो समाज को निर्जीव बना रही है। “सबसे खतरनाक” शब्द का दोहराव पाठकों को दिलचस्पी देता है और कविता में उनकी जिज्ञासा बनी रहती है और उनका ध्यान विशेष रूप से खतरनाक चीजों की ओर आकर्षित होता रहता है। उनके अंदर खतरनाक और सबसे खतरनाक के बीच अंतर करने की क्षमता उत्पन्न होती है और वह समाज की परिस्थितियों पर गंभीरता से विचार कर पाते हैं।


3. कवि ने कविता में कई बातों को बुरा है न कहकर बुरा तो है कहा है। तो के प्रयोग से कथन की भंगिमा में क्या बदलाव आया है, स्पष्ट कीजिए।

उत्तर: ‘तो’ के प्रयोग से कथन की भंगिमा में बदलाव आया है। ‘तो’ शब्द का प्रयोग करके कवि ने बुरेपन की हद को बहुत हद तक कम कर दिया है। यह बुरा है और बुरा तो है में तुलना करने में सहायक सिद्ध हुआ है।


4. मुर्दा शांति से भर जाना और हमारे सपनों का मर जाना – इनको सबसे खतरनाक माना गया है। आपकी दृष्टि में इन बातों में परस्पर क्या संगति है और ये क्यों सबसे खतरनाक है?

उत्तर: ‘मुर्दा शांति से भर जाना’ का अर्थ है निष्क्रिय होना, जड़ होना या प्रतिक्रिया से शून्य होना है। ऐसी स्थिति बहुत खतरनाक होती है क्योंकि ऐसा व्यक्ति सामाजिक अन्याय के खिलाफ लड़ने में सक्षम नहीं होता है। वह जीवित होते हुए भी एक मृत व्यक्ति की तरह ही होता है। इस प्रकार की तटस्थता बहुत ही खतरनाक होती है। ‘हमारे सपनों का मरना’ का अर्थ है – कुछ भी करने की इच्छा समाप्त होना। जो मनुष्य ऐसे विचार रखते हैं उनकी कल्पना तथा विचार शून्य हो जाते हैं।


5. सबसे खतरनाक वह घड़ी होती है/आपकी कलाई पर चलती हुई भी जो/आपकी निगाह में रुकी होती है। इन पंक्तियों में घड़ी शब्द की व्यंजना से अवगत कराइए।

उत्तर: यहां इन पंक्तियों में ‘घड़ी’ शब्द जीवन की गति से संबंधित है। जिस तरह घड़ी चलती रहती है उसी प्रकार जीवन भी प्रगतिशील और गतिशील होना चाहिए। निष्क्रियता और उदासीनता जीवन के लिए बहुत खतरनाक है। जीवन के जिस समय पर उदासीनता तथा निष्क्रियता रहती है उस वक्त जीवन आगे बढ़ने की जगह एक ही बिंदु पर ठहर जाता है।


6. वह चाँद सबसे खतरनाक क्यों होता है, जो हर हत्याकांड के बाद/अपनी आँखों को मिर्चों की तरह नहीं गड़ता है?

उत्तर: बेशक चंद्रमा सुंदरता का प्रतीक है लेकिन कोई भी व्यक्ति एक हत्याकांड के बाद सुंदरता का स्वाद नहीं लेना चाहता है। कवि कहना चाहता है कि हत्याकांड का दोषी व्यक्ति हमारी आंखों में चुभना चाहिए परंतु ऐसे व्यक्ति लोगों की आंखों में खटकते नहीं है। जिन लोगों की आंखों में ऐसे हत्यारे व्यक्ति नहीं चुभते हैं उनकी संवेदना शून्य हो चुकी होती है जो वास्तविक रूप से खतरनाक होती है।


7. कवि ने मेहनत की लूट सबसे खतरनाक नहीं होती से कविता का आरंभ करके फिर इसी से अंत क्यों किया होगा?

उत्तर: कवि ने ‘मेहनत की लूट सबसे ख़तरनाक नहीं होती’ से कविता का आरंभ तथा अंत इसलिए किया है क्योंकि वह खतरनाक और बहुत खतरनाक में अंतर बताना चाहते थे। वह समझना चाहते थे कि उपरोक्त परिस्थिति बदल सकती है परंतु समाज को इन सबसे अलग बहुत खतरनाक बातों पर ध्यान देना चाहिए तथा उन बातों पर विचार करना चाहिए।


8. कवि द्वारा उल्लिखित बातों के अतिरिक्त समाज में अन्य किन बातों को आप खतरनाक मानते हैं?

उत्तर: कवि के द्वारा उल्लिखित बातों के अतिरिक्त समाज में निम्न बातों को हम खतरनाक मानते हैं:

1. मानव तस्करी, महिला और बच्चों की तस्करी

2. बाल मजदूरी

3. आतंकवाद

4. सांप्रदायिकता

5. जातिवाद

6. आरक्षण


9. समाज में मौजूद खतरनाक बातों को समाप्त करने के लिए आपके क्या सुझाव हैं?

उत्तर: समाज में मौजूद खतरनाक बातों को समाप्त करने के लिए निम्नलिखित सुझाव है:

1. समाज और व्यक्ति का घटनाओं के प्रति संवेदनशील बनना।

2. लोगों के बीच जागरूकता फैलाना।

3. धार्मिक और सांप्रदायिक भावनाओं से ऊपर उठना।


Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 19 - Sabse Khatarnak

NCERT class 11th Hindi chapter 19 is a poetry-based chapter written by ‘’Avtar Singh Sandhu (Pash)’’ who was a famous Punjabi poet in post independent India. In this poem, the writer has expressed his feelings on the daily life struggles of people through the title word ‘’Sabse Khatarnak’’ which means the most dangerous.

In his opinion, the most dangerous are not the hardships that we suffer physically, but the emotional trauma that we go through, the stagnant life that has become, the daily struggle of not doing something which is unethical just because there is a good price to receive.

The poet says, getting a beating from cops is bad enough, not able to do anything even knowing the other person is guilty is bad enough, studying in the moonlight is bad enough but not the worst. Worst is the death of our dreams, not feeling anything to fight back, the watch on your wrist which is working but for you the time has stopped, the eye that is not able to want to see the world with love and keeps you taking a goalless journey, that is the most dangerous. The most dangerous is the death of the sun of your soul and a piece of its soulless rays gets pierced to the west of your body.

The poet describes the emotional state of people that we don’t see they are suffering because we are all going towards a journey of our own which we do not know has any valid goal or not.


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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. In the Poem ‘Sabse Khatarnak’, What is the Poet Trying to Say?

The poet is trying to express his feelings over the people they have become. In this poem, which translates to The Most Dangerous, he is referring to the physical hardships that we suffer or pain that we go through in life, as bad enough but not the worst. He says, the most dangerous is the death of someone’s soul and the desire to love, the life that has become stagnant doing the same routine again and again like going to office and coming back home and the goalless journey that we are going on. He is referring to the emotional state of people nowadays who have forgotten how actually to live life.

2. What Should One Learn From this Poem?

From this poem one can think about the life that we think is going smooth and happening, actually is a farce. We should not give up on our dreams and the love for others and desire to help. Moving towards success is a good thing but not at the cost of internal happiness. Look around and make a goal in your life to see things from a different perspective and try to help people as much as possible. Life is too short to only worry about yourself.

3. How Vedantu Helps the Student by Giving NCERT Solutions of Class 11th Hindi Chapter 19 ‘’ Paash’’?

Vedantu provides chapter wise solutions for class 11th Hindi and try to summarise it in simple terms so that it is easy for students to understand. It lays emphasis on the point wise discussion of questions and answers which is easier to grasp. All the doubts of the students are cleared so that they are ready to slay in the exams. The summary of the poem is explained in simple terms and the meanings of the words are also explained. With the help of this, students can solely concentrate on developing their knowledge.

4. What according to the poet are not very dangerous things in one’s life?

The poet points out that there are some unacceptable situations in everyone’s life but they are not as dangerous as a few other situations and circumstances. For instance, getting beaten up by a policeman might appear unfair, but it is not the most unacceptable situation one faces in life. Similarly, getting robbed too may upset someone, but this is not long term unhappiness, as one can always work hard and earn the lost amount back. Cheating someone is also not the right thing to do, but the poet again claims that this is not the most unfortunate and dangerous situation in one’s life, as one can always work towards changing themselves.

5. What are the most difficult situations according to the poet?

The poet claims that the most dangerous situation in one’s life is when an individual stops living his life as a human should, but rather becomes a machine working to make ends meet. He loses his individuality and interests in life and transforms into a lifeless object. Another situation that the poet points out to be the most dangerous in someone’s life is when an individual becomes so cold and hard that his eyes are always filled with suspicion and doubt, due to which he fails to see and realize anything good in front of him. He asserts that these eyes turn towards greed and makes the person self-centred and emotionless.

6. Why does the poet talk about being forever stuck in time?

According to the poet, the individual has become so absorbed in himself that he fails to recognize any changes happening around him. Employing the example of a watch, the poet claims that though every individual’s worldly, time is always moving and never stopping; his physical and mental time has stopped forever. He believes that everything happening around him is never going to give a positive outcome. He might have faced a difficult time in the past, but he has never been able to move past it but now is forever stuck in time. This has led him in losing his interests and failing to see the good in people and the world.

7. Why does the writer criticize the moon?

The poet uses the image of the moon as a metaphor to point out the injustice in society. Moon has always been classified as the epitome of beauty. But even this moon shines its light in the footsteps of the criminals. The poet uses this to compare the hypocrisies of different people in society, who do not voice their opinions when needed. They do not come forward to support and talk about the right issues and the injustices that are met on the innocent people, but instead act as shadows of the people conducting these atrocities and injustices on the poor and deprived. The solutions provided by Vedantu are free of cost. They are also available on the Vedantu Mobile app.

8. What does the poet want to convey through this poem?

The poet believes that the most dangerous situation in one’s life is when he fails to recognize his interests and desires, and turns into someone similar to a dead person. Due to this, he fails to voice and assert his opinions when some injustice is met on him and rather starts accepting it thinking it to be his fate. The poet demands the individual to realize his self-worth and fight for his rights. Only then will he be able to overcome the darkness in his mind and soul, and fill it with the light of satisfaction and happiness. The most dangerous situation is when we become living dead and wash away our determination and willpower, and to get rid of this absurd position it is important to believe in self and work towards it.

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