Answer:Yes, Mohan, my elder brother in the family, Rameshwari in the community, Aadil in my village, Radhe Shyam in a town nearby my village are few people whom I respect because of their fight for equality and justice.
Answer:The Tawa Matsya Sangh (TMS) is fighting for the rights of the displaced forest dwellers of the Satpura forest in Madhya Pradesh.
Answer:The villagers set up the Tawa Matsya Sangh to protect their rights to continue fishing for their livelihood.
Answer:Yes. The large-scale participation of villagers
has contributed to the success of the TMS.
Because of villagers’ participation in protests organized by TMS, the government created a committee that recommended that fishing rights be granted to villagers.
As a result, in 1996, the Madhya Pradesh government decided to give displaced fishing rights of the reservoir to the people.
Answer:I can think of one incident in my 6th class. One
of my classmates was being harassed by my senior 7th class student Anand then one person from 9th class
saw it unfair and rushed to the incident place and gave a serious warning to Anand that he's doing
He also explained him what is the ethical way of living in society and how to treat the junior people.
Answer:My favourite line in the song given on page 108 is ‘My hunger has the right to know Why grain rots in godowns While I don’t even get a fistful of rice’.
Answer:When the poet says, “My hunger has the right to know” he means that his hunger has the right to know why grain rots in godowns.
You get dignity,
when you stop thinking wrong,
when you do what you learn right.
you can live dignified,
when you live a lifestyle,
that matches your vision.
you can get dignity,
when you renounce the " ego of individual
" And rejoice ups and downs of life.
There is dignity,
when you have good thoughts,
in your heart and mind.
“This is a public park. We can play here as you play.”
Raghu (a poor boy with his two brothers and one sister) replied to Ranveer (a rich boy).