NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 5 Galta Loha

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Class 11 Hindi NCERT Solutions for Aroh Chapter 5 Galta Loha

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In Class 11, there are many exciting and informative stories by renowned writers which will enrich the students in many ways. However, they would need some assistance in understanding the true meaning of words and hidden layers of the context. NCERT Solutions for Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 5 Galta Loha provided by subject matter experts of Vedantu have given these solutions in a manner which students would love reading through. It will help students prepare well for their exams and also enhance their understanding of the Hindi language.

NCERT Solution of Class 11 Hindi Aroh Chapter 5 by Vedantu follows the CBSE curriculum and gives the most accurate answers to all the questions. Students can be sure of scoring big once they go through these solutions. The teachers at Vedantu are also available to discuss and clarify doubts as and when needed by students.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1 - How has the writer spoken about the education of books and education of money?

Ans - The writer talks about Dhanram, who is a blacksmith’s son when he refers to these two types of education. Dhanram was getting a formal education in school and also learning the art of a blacksmith from his father, which would bring him money. He was weak in mathematics; hence teachers would often scold and beat him. Even the teachers would give him equipment to sharpen using his art of the blacksmith.

Q2 - Which behaviour of Mohan surprises Dhanram and why?

Ans - One-day Dhanram was trying to give a round shape to a rod of iron by melting it in a furnace. Despite his efforts, he was not able to provide it with a perfect shape. Mohan saw his struggle and efficiently and confidently took the job in his hands and moulded the iron rod into a perfect circle. Dhanram was surprised at this talent of Mohan since he was a brahmin by caste and did not learn blacksmith’s job anywhere.