Class 12 Hindi NCERT Solutions Antral Chapter 2 Aarohan
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3. What are the Main Characters in the Story of Class 12 Hindi Antral 2 Chapter 2 Aarohan?
Ans: The main characters of the story are:
Roop Singh (Younger brother of Bhoop Singh)
Shaila (Wife of Bhoop Singh)
Mahip (Son of Bhoop Singh and Shaila)
Shekhar (Friend of Roop Singh)
Trilok Singh (An elderly person of the village)
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5. The tourists (Shekhar and Roop Singh) were thinking about the employment of the boy Mahip who had put them on the horse and was walking himself. Do you also think about child laborers?
Ans: The tourists while walking on the horse think about the employment of the boy Mahip as he was walking and both of them on horse. Doing this work by that boy directly points towards child labor. Even today we see children working in hotels, dhabas, shops etc. Children do all these things under their compulsion. Like all other children, they also want to read and write but due to their home situation they have to break their dreams. Today, there are very few people in the society who think about these child laborers because it has become common to see children working in shops. Many times, thinking about them, we feel ashamed of ourselves that even though we are capable, we are not able to do anything for them.
6. What does Chapter 2 of Class 12 Hindi textbook - Antral mainly focus on?
Ans: It is a story that describes the habitat, wildlife, vegetation, and culture of the people who live in high-altitude communities. Water problems, fuel problems, education problems, employment problems, electricity problems, and other issues experienced by people living in such regions were all realistically described by the author. He makes a comparison between the available amenities and the culture of these people and that of the plains people. The author also discussed the difficulties that women in those villages face.
7. What image of the condition of the women of the mountains is formed in your mind after reading the story in Chapter 2 of NCERT Texbook ANtral of Class 12? Express your views on it.
Ans: By reading the story 'Aarohan', only one image of the condition of women is formed in our mind, that women are so hardworking that they walk shoulder to shoulder with all the men. She is always with him in his happiness and sorrow and still no one complains to him. But due to being cheated by the same man, she loses all her courage and courage. We can take an example of this, of Shaila, that she made a difficult task easy with Bhup Singh. He also worked as hard as Bhup Singh but still eventually he had to lose his life and Bhup brought another woman. He forgets her sacrifice and hard work. This is not only the condition of hill women but of every woman in the society.
8. Why does Maheep avoid him when asked about himself?
Ans: When Mahip gets Shekhar and Roop to cross the path on a horse. But he himself covers the whole path on foot, then Roop Singh tells him that you must have got pain in your legs too, you should also sit on the horse for a while. Then Shekhar tells Roop Singh to ask him which village it is from? And who is in his family? Then Mahip avoids these Sun questions, he says that the road ahead is very bad sir, stones have also fallen from above. You don't talk. He does this because after listening to both of them, he got an idea that Roop Singh is his uncle. He didn't want to tell his truth to them yet.
9. How did Shaila and Bhup together write the story of their new life on the mountain?
Ans: On asking Roop's brother Bhup, how did you come to this mountain, Bhup says that everything was destroyed due to the hill's slip, all the fields, mother and father were all buried in the rubble. I was up on the mountain so I survived. Then the tramp started roaming like this and started removing all the debris. Removed as much debris, started farming there and put up a hut. Then from downstairs brought a woman for himself, Shell. With the arrival of Shaila, agriculture also increased. The snow did not freeze in the fields, so they made them sloping. Now the problem of water was from where to get the water. One day I climbed on the snow and saw that the waterfall is going down but the mountain will have to be cut to bring the water to the fields. We both worked very hard to bring water to the fields, but in the end we were successful. Thus Bhup and Shaila worked hard to write a new story of their life in the mountains.