Category: CBSE Poems
कैदी और कोकिला- Kaide aur Kokila by Makhan Lal Chaturwedi

कैदी और कोकिला- Kaide aur Kokila by Makhan Lal Chaturwedi

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कैदी और कोकिला   कक्षा - 9 'अ' क्षितिज भाग 1 पाठ 12 About the Poet: माखनलाल चतुर्वेदी का जन्म मध्य प्रदेश के होशंगाबाद जिले में बाबई नमक गांव में सन 1889 में हुआ था। प्राइमरी ...

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ग्राम श्री- Graam Shree by Sumitra Nandan Pant

ग्राम श्री- Graam Shree by Sumitra Nandan Pant

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ग्राम श्री  कक्षा - 9 'अ' क्षितिज भाग-1 पाठ-13 About the Poet : सुमित्रानंदन पंत हिंदी साहित्य के छायावादी युग के प्रमुख कवियों में से एक है। इनका जन्म उत्तरांचल के अल्मोड़ जिले ...

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चंद्र गहना से लौटती बेर- Chandr Gahna Se Lauti Ber by Kedaarnath Agarwaal

चंद्र गहना से लौटती बेर- Chandr Gahna Se Lauti Ber by Kedaarnath Agarwaal

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 चंद्र गहना से लौटती बेर  कक्षा - 9 'अ' क्षितिज भाग 1 पाठ 17   About the Poet: केदारनाथ अग्रवाल जी का जन्म 1 अप्रेल 1911 में उत्तर प्रदेश के बांदा जनपद के कमासिन गाँव में ...

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बच्चे काम पर जा रहे हैं – Bachhe Kaam Par Ja Rahe Hai by Rajesh Joshi

बच्चे काम पर जा रहे हैं – Bachhe Kaam Par Ja Rahe Hai by Rajesh Joshi

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बच्चे काम पर जा रहे हैं  कक्षा - 9 'अ' क्षितिज भाग 1 पाठ 17   About the Poet: राजेश जोशी का जन्म मध्य प्रदेश के नरसिंह ज़िले में सन 1946 में हुआ था। राजेश जोशी ने ...

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Theme and Central Idea of Nor Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments

Theme and Central Idea of Nor Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments

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Central Idea: Sonnet 55 is a love poem. But this speaker's idea of love is about the persistence of memory and the chance of the beloved achieving eternal life. Here we can find a ...

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Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Analysis by William Shakespeare

Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Analysis by William Shakespeare

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Sonnet 55 is a poem about time and immortalization. The speaker claims that his beloved will wear out this world to the ending destiny. According to critics, the speaker's poem ...

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Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Summary by William Shakespeare

Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Summary by William Shakespeare

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The poem is recited as a casing tale. The first half of Shakespeare's sonnets dealt with his love for a young man and constantly keeping him alive through the sonnets ...

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Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Solved Questions

Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments Solved Questions

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In this post, we are going to discuss some short solved questions related to the poem Not Marble Nor the Gilded Monuments by William Shakespeare. We've done a detailed analysis ...

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An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum Summary and Analysis

An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum Summary and Analysis

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The poem ‘An Elementary School classroom in a Slum’ by Stephen Spender discusses the pathetic situation of the students in the elementary classroom in the slum. The poet discusses ...

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Central Idea, Theme and Tone of That’s Success by Berton Braley

Central Idea, Theme and Tone of That’s Success by Berton Braley

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Central Idea of the Poem The poem “That’s Success” by BertonBraley,  is areminder for all to Examine what they term as success, what society has conditioned them to consider as ...

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Critical Analysis of That’s Success by Berton Braley

Critical Analysis of That’s Success by Berton Braley

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Critical Analysis of That's Success “That’s Success” by BertonBraley is an passionate poem, which captivates the reader’s mind provoking them to introspect and think twice about ...

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That’s Success Meaning by Berton Braley

That’s Success Meaning by Berton Braley

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About the Poet - BertonBraley, an American poet, born in 29 January 1882 – 23 January 1966, in Madison, Wisconsin was the son of Arthur B. Braley, a judge who died when was seven ...

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Summary of That’s Success Stanza-wise by Berton Braley

Summary of That’s Success Stanza-wise by Berton Braley

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Summary of That's Success Stanza-wise 1st Stanza: It's doing your job the best you can, And being just to your fellow man; It's making money - but holding friends, And being ...

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Critical Analysis of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same by Robert Frost

Critical Analysis of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same by Robert Frost

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Critical Analysis of Never Again Would Birds’ Song be the Same “Never again would Birds’ Song be the same” has been read both as an "elegy" to Frost’s wife Elinor, who died in ...

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