Jan 12, 2020

26 January AHEVAL in Gujarati pdf

26 January AHEVAL in Gujarati pdf

    "January 26, 1950 is a very important day in Indian history because on that day the Constitution of India came into effect and India became a 'republican nation' in true sense. On this day, India became a fully governed country and ultimately the Mahatma Gandhi and the country's independence To give a dream to many freedom fighters, therefore, to declare the national festival on January 26th. And since the days of India was celebrated as "Republic Day".

Today, Republic Day is celebrated more enthusiastically in different countries, especially in the capital, New Delhi, where the country's President begins to celebrate with the address. The beginning of the celebration is always done by paying tribute to the martyrs who always give life to the freedom of the country.

Every year a grand parade is organized to show the importance of this occasion in the capital Delhi, from Rajghat to Vijayapatha. Different Regiment of Army, Navy and Air force parades full sages and their official attire. Even horses of the cavalry, in accordance with the occasion, are attractively decorated. India is invited to participate in this program by selecting the good NCC cadet from different areas of the country. Also selected children from the schools in the capital are invited here

26 January 2019 AHEVAL useful for 26 January 2020 in Gujarati pdf
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computes words, sentences, and paragraphs in a meaningful context. Interpretation Interpretation, Questions Answers Understand the story, paragraph and poem. Interpretation The teacher will write the sample for the students to write on the board. The incoming capital letters will draw children's attention to punctuation. Students will be able to interactively write sentences. The capital letters that come in will be corrected if there is a punctuation error.  Students will rewrite the paragraph.

transcribes the paragraph.
Capitalization and punctuation, The teacher will write three to four sentences of syllabus to the children with clear voice, medium speed and proper motivations. Sometimes the teacher will speak at a normal pace and with one word very slowly. Sometimes the teacher will just say a word with a fluttering lip. The teacher will dictate the sentences to the students. Create a group of students and ask them to write the group.

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