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NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Bal Ram Katha Chapter 11 Lanka Vijay

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Class 6 Hindi Bal Ram Katha NCERT Solutions for Chapter 11 Lanka Vijay

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NCERT Solutions plays a pivotal role in enhancing the learning skills of students. It tests their analytical thinking, information recall and creativity and also helps clear all their doubts. Bal Ram Katha Class 6 Chapter 11 is an essential chapter for students from an exam point of view. It is a part of Ramayana and provides an in-depth analysis of the story. Students can refer to the NCERT Solutions of the chapter to enhance their reading ability and score better marks. It also provides a complete summary and is easily accessible on Vedantu's official page.


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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. How did Vanarsena Help Rama in Lanka Vijay?

Ans. The Vanarasena was of great help to Rama in Lanka Vijay. Without them, defeating Ravana would have been difficult for Lord Rama. Hanuman, who was an important part of Sugriv's army, agreed to go to Lanka in search of Sita. Nal and Neel, with the help of their monkey army, built a bridge to reach Lanka. Bali's son Angad gathered all the monkey's to help Lord Rama win the battle. During the battle, Vanarsena fought bravely many died and many were severely injured. They didn't lose hope, and because of them, Rama was able to defeat Ravana and bring Sita back safely.

Q2. Explain the Battle of Lanka Vijay on the First Day in Brief.

Ans. The battle between the two armies was terrifying. The roaring noise of the battle had spread all across Lanka. The sky was flooded with arrows being shot from every direction. Both the armies suffered heavy casualties, and streams of blood had turned the earth red. Slain bodies of soldiers laid everywhere, and no one paid attention to the injured. At dusk, Meghnad noticed his army retreating but he managed to get them back on the battlefield. Meghnad's only intention was to kill Rama and Lakshman. He was an elusive person and so could attack from anywhere. He shot both Rama and Lakshman and they fell unconscious. Vibhishan treated them and Rama's army rejoiced to see them wake up.