NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Hindi Vasant Chapter 16 Van Ke Maarg Mein

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Class 6 Hindi Vasant NCERT Solutions for Chapter 16 Van Ke Maarg Mein

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NCERT Solutions Class 6 Hindi Vasant Chapter 16 by Vedantu provides you with the complete answers to the questions from the NCERT Vasant Hindi textbook. It contains detailed explanations, key points and other important references which are helpful for students. Our content is created by our experienced faculty who understands the needs of students and has prepared it accordingly. Each solution has been checked and reviewed by our experienced faculty before being compiled into a PDF. The language used has been kept easy for the sake of simplicity and a better understanding of the students who access it.

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Q1. Explain the Difference Between the Two Four-lined Savannas in the Chapter “Van ke Marg Mein”.

The first Savaiya describes the distraction and fatigue of Sitaji while going to the forest. She wants to know about her destination. As Sita steps out of the city, she gets quite tired and her lips get dry. She asks Shriram, how much more she has to cover. Seeing the distraction of Sita Ji, Sreeram becomes sad and gets tears in her eyes. The second Savaiya depicts the love between Shriram and Sitaji. Shriram takes out the thorns of Sita’s feet when she is tired and Sitaji is moved by seeing Shriram's love for herself.

Q2. Describe the Path of the Forest in Your Own Words Based on the Text in Chapter 16 “Van Ke Marg Mein”.

The way to the forest was an extremely difficult path to be walked upon. The route was full of thorns that might prick anybody’s foot at any point in time. One had to be very careful and cautious while walking on it. No place in the dense forest could be marked as a safe place to dwell in. There was an absolute shortage of food and nobody could find food on the way. Obtaining water was also a difficult task in adverse conditions. There was an atmosphere of loneliness and insecurity everywhere.