NCERT Solutions for Class 9th Kshitiz I Hindi

Kshitiz is the main textbook for the students who opted Course A in Class 9th. NCERT Solutions for Class 9th Kshitiz I are important for examination as well as help you in understanding the chapter. These solutions covers all the important points mentioned in the story or meaning of poem. The whole textbook is designed in a way so that students point out the moral views from the chapter not only recite them. If you're facing any type of problem while solving any question then you can take help from this page. We have covered all answers accurately so you don't have to waste your precious time in searching solutions. You can easily find Class 9 Kshitiz Hindi chapterwise NCERT Solutions by clicking on the chapter given below.

दो बैलों की कथा

Through the story of two bulls, Premchand has described the emotional connection between the farming society and the animals. In this story, the writer showed that freedom is not found in easy way, we have to fought for it again and again. Thus indirectly this story is associated with the spirit of freedom movement.

ल्हासा की ओर

The compiled excerpt is taken from Rahul ji's first trip to Tibet which he took via Nepal in 1929-30. At that time Indians were not allowed to travel to Tibet, so they made this trip under the pretense of a beggar. In this chapter, he described the inaccessible paths leading to Lhasa (the capital of Tibet) in a very interesting style.

उपभोक्तावाद की संस्कृति

This essay presents the reality of the society under the grip of the market. The author believes that we are running after the goods due to things shown in advertisement not before the quality. This is a matter of concern for the development of civilization, which has been served by consumerism.

साँवले सपनों की याद

The text presented is a diary-style memoir written shortly after the death of noted ornithologist Salim Ali in June 1987. The grief and depression arising out of Salim Ali's death is expressed by the author as a memory of dark dreams.

नाना साहब की पुत्री देवी मैना को भस्म कर दिया गया

This chapter is about the daughter of Nana Saheb, Maina devi who sacrificed her life for motherland. The chapter shows it is a matter of pride and honor for those who gave up their lives for the freedom and protection of the motherland.

प्रेमचंद के फटे जूते

In this essay, Parsai ji has satirized the present-day opportunism by showing the simplicity of Premchand's personality while discussing a creator's inherent social vision.

मेरे बचपन के दिन

Mahadevi ji has written her childhood memory while she was studying in school. This part has a very vivid description of social attitudes towards girls, school classmates, hostel life and episodes of the freedom movement.

एक कुत्ता और एक मैना

This chapter not only displays human love for animals and birds but is also an extension of human expressions of love, devotion, humor, and compassion from animals and birds.

साखियाँ एवं सबद

The importance of love, characteristics of saints, glory of knowledge, opposition to exaggeration have been mentioned in the compiled Sakhis. According to Kabir, knowledge helps in freeing a man from his weaknesses.


In this chapter, Hindi translation of the four speech of Lālāyāda is being presented here. Lālāyāda considered enlightenment to be true knowledge.


In this chapter, poet shows his unique dedication to Krishna and land of Krishna. It also depicts the enchantment of the Gopis towards the beauty of Krishna in which they themselves want to take the form of Krishna.

कैदी और कोकिला

This poem closely analyzes the exploitation mechanisms of British colonialism. This poem presents evidence of the abuses and tortures committed in prison with Indian freedom fighters.

ग्राम श्री

In this poem, Pant has described the scenic beauty and prosperity of the village. The far-flung crops spread in the fields, the branches of trees filled with fruit and flowers and the beautiful sand Ganga thrill the poet.

चंद्र गहना से लौटती बेर

In the poem presented, the poet has shows his deep affection for nature. He is returning from a place called 'Chandra Gahana'. While returning, he easily attracted to the farm-barn and natural environment.

मेघ आए

In the compiled poem, the poet has compared the arrival of the clouds to the guest (son-in-law). In the rural culture, when the son-in-law arrives, the atmosphere created for the euphoria, the poet has shown the same euphoria while giving a live description of the arrival of the clouds.

यमराज की दिशा

In this poem, the poet showed the dangerous direction of development of civilization in which anti-life forces are spreading all around.

बच्चे काम पर जा रहे हैं

The poem depicts the anguish of snatching childhood from children. The poet has pointed to the socio-economic irony in which some children are deprived of sports, education and the joy of life.

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