DATE-18-9-2021 ALL STANDARD ALL SUBJECT HOME LEARNING VIDEO LINK USEFUL FOR ALL SCHOOL

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તા: 18/09/2021 નું હોમ લર્નિંગ ડાયરેક યુટ્યુબ ના માધ્યમથી.

વિદ્યાર્થી મિત્ર તમારા ધોરણની નીચે આપેલી લિંક ખોલીને આજનું ઓનલાઈન શિક્ષણ મેળવો યુટ્યુબ ના માધ્યમથી.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-1 ગણિતનો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-2 ગણિતનો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-3 પ્રવૃત્તિસભર શૈક્ષણિક કાર્યક્રમનો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-4 પ્રવૃત્તિસભર શૈક્ષણિક કાર્યક્રમનો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-5 પ્રવૃત્તિસભર શૈક્ષણિક કાર્યક્રમનો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા-18/09/2021 ધોરણ-6 ડો.રાધાક્રિષ્ન(SS) નો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા-18/09/2021 ધોરણ-7 ડો.રાધાક્રિષ્ન(SS) નો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-8 સંગીતનો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-10 ગણિત નો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

તા- 18/09/2021 ધોરણ-12 નામનાં મૂળતત્વોનો વિડિયો જોવા અહી ક્લિક કરો.

Pal is found in and around the fields.  It is also called shift, shift or shift.  This pal is made as per the requirement of the farm.  This shift is in a way the extent of the farm.  The natural demarcation of the farm is shift.  The need for a footpath to go from one farm to another is also good for this shift.  Walking on a narrow shift across the farm is also a daunting task.  We walked a lot on the shift.  Not only walking, but also running.

Due to shifting, the fields are divided into squares.  Grass grows for many months on the shift.  This creates scenes where the field is covered with green leaves.  Green fodder is available from here for cattle fodder.  People are seen grazing here all year round.  Besides, when the field is fallow, cattle, goats and sheep graze here.

A farmer or a laborer working in a field gets tired just by sitting here.  This is where you can sip tea.  It solves all kinds of issues like agriculture, farm, monsoon, crop etc.  In addition, new stories of the country and the world are spread from the village.  In a way, shift means just look at the farm book.  This shift is a witness to all the facts here.

This small shift acts as the boundary of the farm.  Shift means farmer's self-esteem.  The blindness of owning one's own farm means shift.  If it moves back and forth even an inch, the dhingana will bend.  Sometimes the issue of ownership of a tree growing on a shift causes controversy.  However, the shift farm has always been a witness to the existence of the farmer.  Even today I love to walk on the farm shift.  Happiness bounces in Haiya.  That childhood looks dazzling.

Winter has arrived.  Currently, the cold is very strong.  Feeling cold.  Public life is stifled.  People are seen doing new experiments to escape the cold.  Electric heaters are also being used along with warm clothing.  People are also seen warming up.

This heat is an easy and handy way to get relief from the bitter cold of winter.  It is usually heated on the street or in the beans.  One by one, all around the heat.  Instead, a circle of people is formed around the heat.  One or two people are heating the heat.  Someone is showing the trick of heating the heat well;  Advises.  Remember if no one came to you.  If someone shouts at someone, someone even goes to call someone.  The place and time of this heating must be almost fixed.

When all come together, Alkamalak's words are heard.  The whole village is uprooted.  OK.  There are one or two conversations in this group.  He doesn't miss a word.  The subject of the talk may change, but the knowledge of their talk is not lost.  The whole village will get the news.  This heat becomes the center of the news.  Every day the subject of conversation changes.  Sometimes the story is incomplete or the story goes on again the next day.

This is evidence of harmony, affection and cooperation.  They all make room for each other even when they are sitting on the bench.  If someone is trembling, he should take off his blanket or shawl and show his compassion.  If you see a puppy shivering or chirping anywhere in the vicinity, it gives you a warmth.  Not only this, with the help of sleeping bag you can do this.

This warmth connects everyone to each other.  Many memories of this heat are refreshed.  The warmth that takes place in the bean and the affectionate and emotional talk that takes place in it gives the same warmth to Ajay Haiyan.

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       "Hey sir! I see you on Vande Gujarat channel. Are you the same sir? I see you on TV." - A child spoke smiling and embarrassed.  "Yeah! You know. Very nice."  - Kalpeshbhai replied to the child with a smile.  "Hey sir, why don't I recognize you? Your lesson is also coming. You have also written the 'Pujya Mota' lesson in Std-9. I have also read that lesson. I like that lesson very much."  - The child started a reciprocal conversation.  "But what standard do you study?"  "I'm in third grade."  Then the child also had a new discussion with Kalpeshbhai.


      Kalpeshbhai is one of the best teachers.  Also a true writer.  His contribution in the field of literature has also been commendable and commendable.  Continuing to learn and teach, Kalpeshbhai is simple, candid and cheerful by nature.  He also talked to Muktam lightly with that child.  Respecting the child's wishes, a selfie was also captured on camera.  The boy's face lit up with joy.


     I have just witnessed this small incident that took place in a literary workshop.  The child's smartness and Kalpeshbhai's ease of recognizing one among the many were heartwarming.


    We walk a little after dinner every evening.  This is our daily routine.  A little lightness is enough;  At the same time physical health is also maintained.  So let's take a short walk every day.  In this winter, walking is more effective.  Sometimes daughter Diya also joins.  It is getting cold at night.  Then walking is more convenient.

     Now we went for a walk as per the routine.  Daughter Dia also joined.  Puppies were spotted playing along the way.  They were running around.  She was happy to see the puppies and gave birth to a daughter.  She started playing with him.  She took a puppy in her hand and caressed it.  Playing with the puppies for about five minutes.  Playing a little but playing with the mind full.  She resigned.  After a while he put the puppy down.  We started walking again.

     Then he started talking and asking questions about these puppies.  "Dad, why are these puppies so colorful? Where does he live? He doesn't feel cold? Where does he go if he feels cold? What does he do in the cold? Where did his mother go?"  Something like this started asking many questions.  Like a barrage of questions!  I also calmly answered all her questions.  Informed her of all the things about the puppy.  My childhood memories also bit.  She listened to everything with her ears and mind.  The joy of playing with puppies was evident on her face.  He said, "Dad, now I come for a walk every day."

    As he slept through the night, he asked again, "Daddy, is the puppy's mom here? Is she asleep? Does she feel cold? Let's give her a hug."  He was still thinking of those puppies.  Talking about puppies till nowhere.  I kept feeding his amazement and curiosity.  Eventually she fell asleep with joy, satisfaction to Rajipo.


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We just celebrated the festival of Uttarayan with enthusiasm.  Thus, Uttarayan is the favorite festival of all, young and old.  This festival is very popular among children and youth.  Now, even in the celebration of festivals, there is a hint of modernity and economic prosperity.  Then the memories of childhood are refreshed.

The open stretch of river or farm and the village padar is the main place for our kite flying.  Our kite festival started here a few days ago.  Within minutes of leaving school, the whole village would reach here to chew kites.  At that time he used to buy a kite for ten rupees and one rupee.  Sometimes Motera was reprimanded while climbing for the kite.  Then sometimes sweet methipak would be found.  A kite flying for weeks.  Preserving the kite like life.  Using Thor's milk as glue.  Thor's milk was applied on the old kite paper and the kite was glued.  Chewing the kite with the preserved string of the previous year.

Earlier, there were houses of native-foreign pipes and leaves.  Here, too, we used to fly kites.  The elders were often reprimanded.  So there was a lot more noise than running on the leaves.

He would rush to get his kite back.  Taking care not to rob any kite.  It was also a unique pleasure to steal a kite.  Also doing many experiments to rob kites.  Making tall flags using undergrowth.  Sometimes there was a sweet quarrel between friends in kite robbery.  But the conflict lasted only a short time.

The next day at school, everyone was talking about kites.  Whose kite?  What string  Who stole how many kites?  Someone even robbed the string.  The main topic of conversation throughout the day was the kite.  Even today, these memories of Uttarayan give joy and thrill to the mind and heart.

Now I have to go to the field to weave eggplant.  Entered the farm through the hole in the fence to go to the farm.  The bush was closed with bushes so that no cattle could enter the field.  Sometimes this loop is closed with a small sledgehammer.  Depends on the vision and interest of the farmer.  Also, a farmer should close the hole with the thorny branches of acacia or mad acacia.  Fences play an important role in preserving farm crops.

This fence is the natural defense wall of the farm.  Also the extent of the field is determined by the fence.  The kingdom of thor, acacia, vine or other small and big plants can be seen on the fence.  The farmer's chewing gum and farming habits also come out of the fence.  Some farmers constantly plow the fence for many months.  Keep the fence tidy by constantly pruning the vines or plants in the fence.  In the monsoon, the fence became green.  As if smiling looking in front of everyone;  It seems like there is a lot to talk about.  The vines wrap around the fence.  Wrap the fence around yourself and spread it all over the fence.  Then the beauty of the fence became clearer.

This fence means the farmer's nose;  Farmer's self-esteem.  If a vine or a thorn of the fence goes backwards, the self-esteem of the farmer will be hurt.  Sometimes this phenomenon takes a violent form.  Then the understanding of the village reaches Manekh or Punch.  Talk to you soon and keep up the good content.

As a child, he remembers breaking through the fence and reaching the farm with his friends.  A group of our friends used to jump in the field for bore, watermelon, cucumber, tomato etc.  Someone looks at the farm owner with wide eyes.  However all this happened at an innocent price in childhood.  Sometimes betting on a fence between friends.

Even today, when you have to go to the farm, you can always look at this fence.  This fence is the epitome of our childhood.  Feeling we have 'Run out of gas' emotionally.  Laughter erupted as he looked in front of her.

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  Winter is the season of boredom.  It is fun to eat salty bore.  There are many types of boreholes in the market.  Chani bore, desi bore, kashi bore etc. are some of the different types of bore.  Now you can see a bore the size of a lemon.

         How much Kate used to eat this bore when she was younger.  The Watrak-Meshwo river flows through our village.  Graze on the opposite side of the river.  In this pasture, small and large boards can be seen.  A group of friends crossed the river to get bored in this pasture.  Sometimes he would drop out of school and run away.  Sometimes he would get a bored leave from school, then he would turn red.  Our children's gang turned the whole thing upside down.
  
   The sweetness of breaking the sweet bore of the boards by hand was something juicy and anery.  Even after enduring the thorns of Bordi, the privilege of enjoying this sweetness is as fresh today as it is on the tongue.  At times, the eyes and hands would be pierced with thorns.  Enduring the pain of a thorn like to take a red spotted bore hidden in a swarm to the very depths of the board.  But the pain of this thorn sting against the sweetness of that bore would be forgotten nowhere.  Let's get bored and take it for home.  Filling the bore inside the shirt by inserting the shirt into the pants.  Sometimes even the pockets of shirts and pants were filled with bores.

         Many people from our village used to go to this pasture to graze cattle and goats.  When they came back after grazing cattle and goats, they would bring the bore.  We stood on the edge of the river in his footsteps.  Seeing dust dummies flying in the distance, they came to Gail.  Those people would come and give us a handful of bores.

       Sometimes a large board would arrive at a friend's farm to eat a bore.  A clever friend climbs on the board and shakes the branch and the bore falls down.  We all became impatient to weave bore.  And sometimes trying to bore with a stone or a small stick.  Some friends, like Arjun, were aimless.  Understand that when a stone is released, it is bored.  Sometimes the owner of the farm would come up and we would run away with our fists clenched.  All these memories with Bor and Bordi are just as thrilling today.

Now I have to go to a well-known bank for banking.  Destined to go through some instrumental documentary work.  Reached the bank and made necessary inquiries at different counters.  Then a female employee's voice came to my ears, "Are you Mr. Manishji? Wait, I'll take some forms."  She said politely, pointing to a chair to sit on.

She kept kicking.  From the gestures it seemed that the required forms were not being found.  She also tried to print forms.  Her efforts were ongoing.  "One second sir-mam" - it took a little longer, she said looking at us with a smiling face.  It seemed that despite her efforts the required forms were not being found.  After a while she looked at us from a distance and gestured with her fingers to wait for two-five minutes.  Even with a slow laugh.

More time was passing for whatever reason.  Which she was feeling sorry for.  Loyalty to the customer was constantly reflected in their efforts.  That's why they came to us with the necessary forms.  Put the finger where the signature was to be shown.  "Sir, what are you doing?"  - She started talking.  "I am a teacher" - I said.  "Yeah! You're a teacher! What the heck! Or what does she do?  "Yes, but mem sarpanch bhi hai."  "Yeah wow wow! Yeah soon ke to bahut achha laga. Mam, to phir aap ko to collector sahab etc ko milta padta hoga na."  One question after another the young bank employee was asking.  She talked a lot with my wife.  Many curious questions she asked.  He also said that he was from Delhi.  But he also said that he likes to work in Gujarat.

"Nice to meet you mam. And mam keep it. You're well going. And sir good job also done by you."  Really proud to see her dedication to work and customer oriented responsibility.  I was really pleased to see the young man of my country doing his job so responsibly.

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       "Dad, this calculator is broken. Please bring a new one."  - The son said to the father with a look of frustration and anger.
       "Hey! I just got a new one. So soon… And yes, this year this third calculator is broken. Use it with a little care, son. If it's repaired, we'll get it done." - Dad spoke with disgust.
      "Repair? Hey Dad, what do you want to repair too? Now a new one with new technology has arrived. My friend has brought it. You can bring me the same new one."
        "But son, if the repair is done ..."
         "No ... no ... no ... bring me something new. I don't have to repair anything."
         Just sitting at a friend's house.  I witnessed the father-son dialogue then.  However such incidents are now becoming commonplace.  This problem is found in most families.  Today’s child is raised between facilities and amenities.  Most of the time he didn't see much or nothing.  Common qualities and values ​​such as contentment and frugality could not be inculcated in children for any reason.  Run without a hitch;  All of this is now rarely seen in a child.
        There was a time when frugal education was instinctively available to children from the very beginning.  The home and the social system were such that the children could learn all this instinctively.  Today we have run blindly towards materialism.  Dwelling on material happiness becomes nature.  And that's why today's child doesn't get anything;  Losing something makes you lose patience.  The child loses mental health.  The negative consequences of which have to be borne by the society from home.
      Let's make children responsible for the little things.  Let's make children mentally healthy.

       Just happened to be on duty by bus during election duty.  After a long time, I had to sit in the bus.  Now it rarely happens to travel by bus.  However, it is true that I do not know how to travel by bus.  Instructions written in Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation bus, notice I saw and read all this.  There are also many memories associated with this bus.
      This government bus is the essential and main means of transportation at one time.  This bus also goes on the rough dusty road to the village of Chhewada.  On the narrow road, the bus was slipping and slipping in the branches of the tree.  This bus is the main means of transportation for the people of Chhewada village to the nearest town.  Students, this bus would be a blessing for a sick person.  Have a definite bus arrival and departure time.  Experience says that the bus often arrives late.  Often I had to return if the bus did not arrive, despite a long wait.  Sometimes the bus breaks down on the road.  The conductor signs the ticket.  This signature is a license to travel on another bus with the same ticket.
      Sitting in this government bus going to nearby Kheda town.  This bus is the only way to buy big and small house, to go to and from school, to go to the fair or to go home to mama on vacation.  It was fun to sit in front of the driver's cabin and watch the driver drive the bus.  I came home and imitated him.  The bus is very crowded.  Sometimes you have to travel by hanging and sometimes you have to travel standing up.  If there is a dirt road, the bus stops in monsoon.  We had to walk to a nearby village and catch a bus.
        The instructions and notices written on the bus are so memorable today.  'Smoking is forbidden.', 'This seat should be vacated for women.', 'For MLAs', 'For the disabled' - all this is just as fresh today.  I remember sitting in the notice of 'Motor Vehicle Act ...'.  Gokhai read every day.  Memories with this bus still linger in childhood.

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     Gradually, the summer heat has begun to take its toll on the earth.  The harsh rays of the sun god have begun to shine on the earth.  Slowly the kingdom of heat is being established.  Juicy fruits are very popular in the market on hot days.  This summer has not started with heaps of watermelon-teti in the markets.  Seeing a red watermelon makes your mouth water
     Years ago there were watermelon-teti orchards in the river bed of our village.  Earlier when rivers used to have water for many months.  At that time, crops like milk, cucumber, watermelon and melon were growing in this river bed.  Green vines are found scattered in the river bed.  As the river began to overflow, we knew that the watermelon season would soon begin.  This is our place in summer.  Let's reach the farm with paddles and spices in our pockets.  Many times we would go for a bath in the river and go straight to the farm.  A fist with my hand would tear my watermelon-teti in two.  Its sweet taste is still intact.
       Sometimes paying attention to the owner of the farm and enjoying the taste of watermelon-teti.  The watermelon-tetti ball was also brought home.  When the season was coming to an end, the owner of the farm would open the farm with a big mind.  The whole village falls into the Tabariyan river.  Muktam enjoyed this watermelon-tati feast.  Well, today it is no longer a pleasure.  Then daughter Dia tore a red slice of watermelon and said, "Leo, Dad, eat it. It's a very sweet honey-like watermelon."

     The festival of Holi-Dhuleti is nearby.  This festival is very dear to the children.  These two days the kids forget everything.  The injectors rush to paint each other with colors.  Today, however, the festival is limited to injecting colors.  The traditional celebration of Holi is a sight to behold.

        I am reminded that before the month of Holi, children start making holaiyan (horaiya).  These holiyas are made from dung, clay and dhunsa (millet-wheat bran).  Making holais of many different shapes like round, elliptical, square, circle.  Sticking these holiyas on the back coat of the house.  Drying means making a garland of holaiya parovi in ​​kathi or twine.  Boys from all over the village start making holiyas.  We were going to see each other's holas.  It counted who made how many defeats.  In a way, in terms of numbers, there would be competition to make more holais.

       On the day of Holi, the boys of the village gather at Holichakal carrying Holi.  This holiya was a separate heap.  Holi is celebrated differently.  Gheraiyas gather firewood to light Holi again in the whole village.  The whole village is full of pools, wood and umte.  People faithfully circumambulate Holimata;  Salute.  This Holi burns till late.  People used to take Holi Jor. The belief that good health can be maintained by taking this Jor. Even after reaching home, the red flames of this Holi could be seen from a distance.  The place where holiyas are made in the backyard of the house during this Holi seems to be just as beautiful today.  The chirping of childhood still resonates here today.

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