NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Durva Chapter 20 Chitthee

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Class 6 Hindi Durva NCERT Solutions for Chapter 20 Chitthee

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NCERT Solutions Hindi Class 6 Chapter 20 contains simplified study material which makes it easier for students to master and learn the chapter well. Class 6 Hindi Durva Chapter 20 NCERT Solutions provides a concise description and prompt analogy of the topics covered in the chapter. NCERT Solutions Hindi Chapter 20 can be used by students for a summary of the chapters’ key points, poet persona, and background as well as the context of the poem. Our subject matter experts have provided relevant factual information about the chapter in the solutions and they can be downloaded from Vedantu for free.

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Q1. In the Poem, the Poet Describes the Letter as Being Called the ‘Newspaper of the House’. Why is it so and What is his Thought Process?

Ans: The poet goes through a whirlwind of emotions as he waits for the arrival of the postman. The poem titled ‘Chitthee’ elaborates in-depth on the heightened emotions of the poet. The letter comprises important news and events in general that provides the poet with knowledge about the outside world. According to the poem, love in the mind is elevated as one reads such a letter and transitions through several emotions of happiness and sorrow.

Q2. What are the Emotions and Feelings the Poet Goes through While Waiting to Receive the Letter?

Ans: The poem titled ‘Chitthee’ is written by Prakash Manu. It takes the reader on an emotional journey in the poet's mind. One is captivated by the use of poetic devices. The scene is set in front of the poet’s house. The feelings of the poet revolve around love and sadness. A letter could contain both these emotions sending its receiver into an emotional confusion over its content. Love and sadness are the two emotions that balance human nature.