JKBOSE Class 9th English PDF Notes Download

JKBOSE Class 9th English PDF Notes

JKBOSE Class 9th English Study materials. Get the important questions and notes for the students of jammu and kashmir who are in class 9th. All whole books notes are given unitwise below for those students who are searching of english notes for class 9th. In this site we will provide you whole study materials from class 8th to 12th but in this article we provide you JKBOSE Class 9th English Notes. You can visit jkbose.nic.in for any other issue related to jkbose examination or any other notifations.

JKBOSE Class 9th English PDF Notes

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Important Questions for JKBOSE Class 9th English

Introduction of Cart Driver

The poem "Cart Driver" written by Padma Sachdev is about a mother's love for her children. It is set in a happy atmosphere but also has a feeling of fear and worry. The poem talks about a bird called a bulbul that feels danger in its home (the forest) and wants to go save its baby birds but is too scared to move.

Introduction of Palanquin Bearers

Sarojini Naidu wrote a poem called Palanquin Bearers that sounds like a traditional song. It talks about the beauty of tradition and culture and how a bride feels on her wedding day. The poem also talks about the feelings of the people who carry the bride on a palanquin which is a type of transportation carried on their shoulders. The poet wants to show the powerful emotions a bride has on the day her life changes forever.

Introduction of Saint of The Gutters

Saint of The Gutters is written by Professor Neerja Matto. It tells the story of a wonderful woman named Mother Teresa and her dedication to helping poor, needy and homeless people.

Introduction of The Road Not Taken

The poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Lee Frost talks about how important it is to make the right choices in life. The right choices can make you happy and successful but the wrong choices can ruin your life. Once you make a decision, you can't change it. The poet in the poem had to choose between two roads and he chose the one that was less traveled. This decision made all the difference.

Introduction of On Killing a Tree

The On Killing a Tree is written by Gieve Patel talks about how people are cruel to nature with a bitter and distant tone. He uses sarcasm to say that just cutting or hurting parts of a tree is not enough to kill it. The tree can still survive by growing new branches near the ground and continuing to live. This shows that nature is powerful and can't be easily destroyed.

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