જવાબ : Since her childhood Lajja was interested in rifles and guns. When children of her age are playing with toys, she was interested in rifles and guns.
જવાબ : Interest, IQ and enthusiasm of a child show what he will do and become in future. We have the example of Lajja who used to play with gun in her childhood and became a shooter in young age.
જવાબ : The word for ‘delicate’ is ‘fragile’ and for ‘devotion’ is ‘dedication’.
જવાબ : After Narjit Singh refused to train Mary she come out of the centre, but did not go home. Late in the evening Narjit Singh saw her still standing there. Her eagerness and dedication towards the game made him change his mind.
જવાબ : Mary worked in paddy fields, did house hold works and went to school.
જવાબ : she could run fast, she could also throw a javelin to a considerable long distance. And above all could punch hard.
જવાબ : Mary Kom was born in a small village of Kangathei in the north-eastern state of Manipur on March 1, 1983.
જવાબ : As a child, Mary along with her two younger sisters and a brother, worked in paddy fields, did household works and went to school. She could run fast, throw a javelin to a considerable distance and could punch hard. She was not very good at studies.
જવાબ : Lajja Goswami is India’s shooting sensation. She had made the nation proud with her superlative performances in several national and international competitions.
જવાબ : Lajja was born on September 28, 1988 in a middle- class family. Since her childhood she was interested in rifles and guns. Her talent in shooting became focused when she got enrolled to the N.C.C. as a cadet.
જવાબ : Dingko Singh was welcomed warmly because he was the gold medal from the Asian Games in Bangkok.
જવાબ : Dingko Singh inspired Maiy Kom. His warm welcome and grand felicitations in the state of Manipur impressed all the teenager sportsmen of the state. Mary was one of them.
જવાબ : Much of her success has come after the Caesarean birth of her twins.
જવાબ : Mary gave the credit of her comeback to her husband. Her husband did not stop her. But he told her that she should continue to play for as many years as she wanted.
જવાબ : For the first 4-5 years, she had no encouragement and no support. She came from a poor family. In those days, she had no money to buy a proper kit or good shoes and she used to travel long distances by bus or train.
જવાબ : Village Jitodia Is situated in Anand district of Gujarat. It is 6 km away from Anand.
જવાબ : An ancient Shiv temple named Baijyanath Mahadev Is situated in Jitodia. Lajja is the daughter of the caretaker of the temple. Because of her the village got a permanent place on the global map.
જવાબ : Mary Kom is a leading woman boxer of India. She is one of the pioneers of women's boxing in India. She is a successful sportsperson.
જવાબ : Since her childhood, Lajja was interested in rifles and guns. While other children were playing with dolls and toys, Lajja played with guns. Thus she was different from other children.
જવાબ : Mary took her training at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre in Imphal.
જવાબ : When Mary was just 15, she witnessed the warm welcome and grand felicitation of Dingko Singh. He was a boxer of Mary's state who had come back with a gold medal from the Asian Games in Bangkok. She was greatly motivated and she decided to become a boxer. The prime reason was to lead her farming-dependent family towards a better livelihood. The other strong reason was to prove those people wrong who said very discouraging remarks about her with her success in the field of boxing.
જવાબ : Following her interest right from her childhood, Lajja became a shooting champion. She took part in a number of national and international shooting events and won gold, silver and bronze medals and made our country famous.
જવાબ : Initially Lajja showed her talent in shooting as an NCC cadet. Then to sharpen the edge of her performances, she took coaching from Indian Shooting academy, Pune and the coach Sunny Thomas trained her in shooting.
જવાબ : The name of the Shiv temple is Baijyanath Mahadev.
જવાબ : Lajja participates in shooting competitions.
જવાબ : Lajja got advanced coaching at Indian Shooting Academy, Pune.
જવાબ : Lajja won a silver medal in the World Cup.
જવાબ : Lajja got appointed in the Gujarat Police Cadre from the sports quota.
જવાબ : The poet is not a player. He is merely a spectator watching sports. But he is the most committed spectator. He is ready to spend any amount for buying a ticket to watch any sports event.
જવાબ : Yes, the poet is ready to spend any amount of money to applaud his player-friends.
જવાબ : The poet is ready to drink (wine) to them (the players) or eat with them. He is ready to do anything for them. He is ready to buy very expensive tickets to watch them play in the stadium. But he would never swap his position with one of theirs. He would never be a player. He would be happy being a spectator/viewer for ever
જવાબ : ‘Born’ is an adjective applied to indicate ‘having qualities’ or aptitude from birth. And it is difficult to bring about a change or transformation in them. Here the poet likes to watch games and sports very much but he is timid by nature. He does not want to be a player because a player is always prone to physical injuries and the poet does not have that courage to tolerate them. He wants to remain as a spectator forever.
જવાબ : The parts human body mentioned in this poem are: heart, vertebrae and spine.
જવાબ : False
જવાબ : True
જવાબ : False
જવાબ : False
જવાબ : True
જવાબ : Mary Kom is a leading woman boxer of India. She was not very good at studies but she could run fast. She could also throw a javelin to a considerable long distance. And above all she could punch hard. When Dinko Singh won gold medal in boxing, she firmly decided to become a boxer. She was trained by Narjit Singh because of her eagerness and dedication towards boxing. Her career as a boxer started in the year 2000 with a victory in the Manipur State women’s Boxing Championship. Her parents instructed her to discontinue boxing. With great difficult, she managed to convince her father to continue her game. Being a woman, she had to struggle a lot because boxing was not considered respectable for women. Gradually her hard work brought her brilliant success at the national level and the international level as well. She became world champion not once five times in a row. She also secured bronze medals in Asian Games (2010) and Olympics (2012) and a gold medal ft Asian Games (2014). In recognition to her huge success, the Government of India conferred on her Arjuna Award (2003), Padma Shree (2006), Rajiv Gandhi khelRatna Award (2009) and Padma Bhushan (2013).
જવાબ : Mary Kom is one of the pioneers of women’s boxing In India. MangteChungneijang Mary Kom was born on 1st March, 1983 In a small village of Kangathei in the north-eastern state of Manipur. In her childhood, she was not very good at studies, but she could run fast, threw a javelin to a long distance and could punch hard. She witnessed the warm welcome and grand felicitations of Dingko Singh, a boxer of her state who had come back with a gold medal from the Asian Gaines in Bangkok and was greatly inspired. She rushed to Sports Authority of India (SAT) centre in Imphal and pleaded Narjit Singh to give her coaching. First she won the Manipur State Women’s Boxing u and her career started. Being a wo a constant battle for her to overcome prejudice and challenges outside the ring. She buy a kit or had travelling expenses the other hand, she had to face discouraging remarks. Gradually her hard work brought her great success. She became world champion not once, but five times in a row. She also secured bronze medals in Asian Games and Olympics, and a gold medal in Asian Games. The Government of India conferred on her Arjuna Award (2003), Padma Shree (2006), Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (2009) and Padma Bhushan (2013). Even after giving birth to twins, she made a comeback and for that she gives credit to her husband. Her autobiography ‘Unbreakable’ (2013) and the biopic Mary Kom (2014) are the sources of hope for those who are struggling hard to progress in life.
જવાબ : Lajja Goswami is the daughter of Tilak Gin Goswami — a caretaker of a Shiv Temple in the village Jitodia in Anand district. She is India’s shooting sensation. She has made the nation proud with her superlative performances in several national and international comp She was born on September 28, 1988 in a middle class family. Since her childhood she was interested in rifles and guns. Her talent in shooting became focused as an NCC cadet. To make her performance better, she took coaching from Indian shooting coach, Sunny Thomas in Pune She received one silver at national level and one more silver and a bronze at Spain and Scotland She got two gold medals one in 50 metre Rifle 3 positions at New Delhi and the other in 50 metre Rifle Prone at Hanover, Germany. For her outstanding performances, the Government of India has conferred on her the RakshaMantri Medal. She has also been selected as a brand ambassador of Gujarat State. She has become the first sport woman to be appointed as a police inspector in the Gujarat Police Cadre in the sports quota.
જવાબ : Lajja Goswami is India’s shooting sensation. She comes from a small village Jitodia, just 6 km. away from the milk capital of India – Anand. She was born on september 28, 1988 in a middle class family. Since h childhood she was interested in rifles and guns: In her childhood she played with guns. Her talent in shooting became focused when she got enrolled to the N.C.C as a cadet. To sharpen the edge of her performances she took coaching from Indian shooting coach- Sunny Thomas in Pune. She participated in Common wealth Games (2010, 2014) and won silver and bronze medals. She got gold medal in XI SardarSajjan Singh Sethi Memorial Masters shooting Competition in 2012 and in International shooting Competition. For her outstanding performances the Government of India has conferred on her the RakshaMantri Medal she has also been selected as a brand ambassador of Gujarat state. She became the first sports woman to be appointed as a police inspector in the Gujarat police cadre in the sports quota.
જવાબ : First of all, we should salute Mary that being a lady she chose a career of boxing. Then, even after the Caesarean birth of her twins, and being out of the ring for two years, she continued boxing and went on winning. For her brilliant performances in Asian Games and Olympics, she received the most prestigious awards of India - Arjuna Award (2003), Padma Shree (2006), Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (2009) and Padma Bhushan (2013).
જવાબ : In 1998 Dingko Singh. a boxer of Mary's state, came back with a gold medal from the Asian Games in Bangkok. His warm welcome and grand felicitations in Manipur impressed the teenager athlete Mary. As a result she firmly decided to become a boxer at the age of fifteen.
જવાબ : Being a woman, Mary had to struggle a lot. She had to fight a constant battle to overcome prejudice and challenges outside the ring as much as inside it against her opponents. When she started, she had neither encouragement nor support from anybody. As she was coming from a poor family, she had to face hardships for the first 4-5 years. She never had money to buy a proper kit or good shoes. She had to travel long distances by bus or train.
જવાબ : Yes, of course. ‘Gradually’ means ‘slowly’ or ‘over a long period of time’ and the paragraph further describes the gradual results of Mary's hard work. Thus, the adverb is aptly used meaningfully and with grammatical correctness.
જવાબ : When Mary was a child, she was not very good at studies. She was also very sensitive. if the things were not done in her favour, she‘ started crying. But on the other hand, she could run fast. She could throw javelin to a considerable long distance. She could punch very hard. She had a special faculty of firm determination. Once she decided, she chased it madly and achieved it at any cost.
જવાબ : The poet is full of praise for players. The poet says that some players play quite enthusiastically. But while playing, they suffer several physical injuries. Sometimes the injuries are too serious. They play heroically and risk their lives, too. The poet is ready to buy expensive tickets to watch the athletes play on the field.
જવાબ : There are many advantages of being a player. A good player enjoys playing. He can also earn handsome money. Their dresses and heroic deeds are really enviable. They become famous the world around and gain many privileges. They win a lot of appreciation and get a number of awards. They play enthusiastically and turn to be role models for youngsters. In this age of e-media, a large number of people in the native country and abroad become their followers and set a large fan-following.
જવાબ : While playing different games and sports, sometimes, players suffer serious physical injuries. In a boxing match, one boxer knocks down the other to the floor. In horse racing, he risks the injury to his vertebrae and spine. Thus the players are very often seriously injured and sometimes they happen to lose their lives as well.
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