NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Durva Chapter 17 Titalee

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Class 6 Hindi Durva NCERT Solutions for Chapter 17 Titalee

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Q1. What is Chapter 17 of the Hindi book Durva all about?

Ans. Chapter 17 Durva Class 6 is Titalee. This is a short poem written by Narmadaprasad Khare. Through this poem, the poet tries to elaborate on the beauty of butterflies. He also tries to raise the questions that might come in the minds of small children when they see little, beautiful butterflies flying in the garden going from one flower to another. The language used by the poet is very simple yet mesmerizing. The poem is written in such a manner that it's easy for a student of Class 6 to understand it without much effort.

Q2. By what name, the butterfly is addressed in the poem? What all activities and description of a butterfly are mentioned in the poem.

Ans. The butterfly in Chapter 17 Titalee Hindi Durva is addressed 'titalee rani' (queen butterfly) in the poem. It is because just like a queen is beautiful, lives in all good places and is delicate, a butterfly is also very beautiful with colourful wings and butterflies are also delicate. They suck the nectar of beautiful, fragrant flowers. In the poem, the beauty of the butterfly is due to its wings which attracts everyone who sees it. The flowers and buds seem to be very happy when they see butterflies visiting them. Butterflies go from one flower to another and are not caught by anyone. Everyone is pleased to watch butterflies around them.