NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Hindi

Hindi is the most commonly spoken language out of several hundred languages in India. Class 8 NCERT Solutions for Hindi are created with the intention of helping students perform better in exams. Our expert teachers provide concise, step-by-step solutions to all the problems in the textbook. In India, kids are taught Hindi right from birth, but the writing and learning section starts once they enter school. A student is assumed to have a bold command in speaking, pronouncing and writing Hindi after he/she enters Class 8. The board issues a book titled "Vasant" to all the class 8th students.

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Chapter 1 – Dhwani

The poet narrates the poem about the Vasant season. Students need to understand the message the poet wants to convey. Refer to the NCERT solution book to solve series of exercises given at the end of the poem.

Chapter 2 - Lankh ki Chudiyan

The story teaches a strong message of Honesty. It is based on a man named Badlu and his profession. The author used to buy multiple ‘lakh ki goliyan’ from Badlu. According to the author, he was the most honest, simple, kind and hardworking person. The story has a surprising end with the message of honesty.

Chapter 3 - Bus ki Yatra

The story is indeed an exciting punch to the journey. In this chapter, the author with his four friends decides to board an old bus from Panna to reach Satna, in order to catch a train to Jabalpur. The author describes all the feelings and adventures he encounters throughout the journey.

Chapter 4 - Diwanon ki Hasti

In the poem, the poet is a wanderer who loves to travel the world. Various exercises are given at the end like Sabdarth. For better understanding, refer to our NCERT Solution Class 8 Hindi.

Chapter 5 - Chiththiyon ki Anuthi Duniya

The writer grabs the reader's attention by describing the importance of letters and money orders. The author describes his inevitable respect for letters and postman. The author also mentioned the letters of Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi, one of the principal leaders of India's independence.