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Jagatu the Gardener Class 6 English Lesson 10

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Jagatu the GardenerClass 6 English Lesson 10

Once upon a time, there was a gardener called Jagatu. He was employed in the king’s garden. It was a beautiful garden. Jagatu used to spend the whole day in the garden. He used to go home only at night.

एक बार की बात है, जगत्तु नामक एक माली था। वह राजा के बगीचे में कार्यरत था। यह एक सुंदर बगीचा था। जगतू पूरा दिन बगीचे में बिताता था। वह रात को ही घर जाता था।

One night, however, he had to remain in the garden. Suddenly he heard a loud noise. Jagatu hid himself behind a big tree in great fear. He saw a large elephant descending from the sky. It was roaming about in the garden. After a while,Jagatu left his hiding-place, and sat down on the edge of a tank. As he sat there he said to himself, “In my whole life, I have never seen such an enormous elephant. But I remember about a heavenly elephant, called ‘Airavata’. No doubt, this is that elephant.” He got up and began to walk quietly after the elephant. It ate various fruits and roots that grew in the garden. Jagatu caught its long tail, when it was about to ascend to the sky again.

एक रात, हालांकि, उसे बगीचे में रहना पड़ा। अचानक उसे तेज आवाज सुनाई दी। जगतू ने बड़े डर के मारे अपने आप को एक बड़े पेड़ के पीछे छिपा दिया। उसने देखा कि एक बड़ा हाथी आसमान से उतर रहा है। यह बगीचे में घूम रहा था। थोड़ी देर के बाद, जगत्तु ने अपने छिपने की जगह को छोड़ दिया, और एक टैंक के किनारे पर बैठ गया। वहाँ बैठते ही उन्होंने खुद से कहा, “अपने पूरे जीवन में, मैंने कभी इतना बड़ा हाथी नहीं देखा। लेकिन मुझे एक स्वर्गीय हाथी के बारे में याद है, जिसे ‘ऐरावत’ कहा जाता है। इसमें कोई शक नहीं, यह हाथी है। ” वह उठा और हाथी के पीछे चुपचाप चलने लगा। इसने बगीचे में उगने वाले विभिन्न फलों और जड़ों को खाया। जगतू ने अपनी लंबी पूंछ पकड़ी, जब वह फिर से आसमान पर चढ़ने वाला था।

When they arrived in heaven Jagatu let go the elephant’s tail. Airavata departed for Indra’s palace and Jagatu began to roam about in the heaven. Everything was ofsuch a huge size that the sight filled him with amazement. He got some betel-leaves (pan-patta) and some betel-nuts (supari). Both the betelleaves and the betel-nuts were very big.

जब वे स्वर्ग में पहुंचे जगत्तु ने हाथी की पूंछ को जाने दिया। ऐरावत इंद्र के महल के लिए प्रस्थान कर गया और जगतु स्वर्ग में घूमने लगे। सब कुछ एक विशाल आकार का था कि दृष्टि ने उसे विस्मय से भर दिया। उसे कुछ सुपारी (पान-पत्ता) और कुछ सुपारी (सुपारी) मिली। सुपारी और सुपारी दोनों ही बहुत बड़े थे।

Next night,Airavata went down to the garden with Jagatu hanging on to its tail.As soon as they got there,Jagatu let go the tail, and hurried back home. His wife was looking for him. As soon as she saw him coming, she ran to meet him and cried, “Where have you been?” Jagatu, without saying a word, brought out the big betel-leaves and betel nuts. At the sight of them his wife was filled with joy. “Where did you get these?”, she exclaimed.

अगली रात, ऐरावत जग्गू के साथ अपनी पूंछ पर लटकते हुए बगीचे में चली गई। जैसे ही वे वहाँ पहुंचे, जगत्तु ने पूँछ जाने दी, और वापस घर लौट गए। उसकी पत्नी उसकी तलाश कर रही थी। जैसे ही उसने उसे आते देखा, वह उससे मिलने के लिए दौड़ी और रोते हुए बोली, “आप कहाँ थे?” जगत् ने बिना एक शब्द कहे बड़ी सुपारी और सुपारी निकाली। उन्हें देखते ही उनकी पत्नी खुशी से भर गई। “आपको ये कहाँ से मिला?”, उसने कहा।

Jagatu, then, told his wife all about his adventures. He also told her not to tell it to anyone. But she told the whole story to a friend of hers and soon everybody in the village knew about it. The villagers asked Jagatu to take them also to heaven.

जगत्तु ने तब अपनी पत्नी को अपने कारनामों के बारे में बताया। उसने उसे यह भी बताया कि वह इसे किसी को न बताए। बुशे ने अपने एक दोस्त को कहानी सुनाई और जल्द ही गाँव के हर व्यक्ति को इसके बारे में पता चल गया। ग्रामीणों ने जगतू को स्वर्ग में ले जाने के लिए कहा।

That night,when the elephantwas about to depart,Jagatu quickly got behind him and caught histail. Then, they all held one another in a queue. On their way, a friend ofJagatu’s wife asked her,“How big wasthe betel-nut that your husband brought home?” His wife repeated the question to Jagatu. Jagatu said that he would answer that later, but she insisted.

उस रात, जब हाथी प्रस्थान करने के बारे में था, तो जगतू जल्दी से उसके पीछे आ गया और हिस्टेल पकड़ लिया। फिर, वे सभी एक दूसरे को एक कतार में रखते थे। उनके रास्ते में, जगत्तु की पत्नी के एक मित्र ने उनसे पूछा, “आपके पति ने घर पर कितनी बड़ी सुपारी ली है?” उनकी पत्नी ने जगतू से सवाल दोहराया। जगतू ने कहा कि वह बाद में जवाब देगा, लेकिन उसने जोर दिया।

Jagatu lost patience and spreading his hands, said “This big”. As he spread his arms to show the size of the nut, he lost his grip on the elephant’s tail.And in a moment they all came tumbling down

जगतू ने धैर्य खो दिया और अपने हाथों को फैलाते हुए कहा, “यह बहुत बड़ा है”। जैसे ही उसने नट का आकार दिखाने के लिए अपनी बाहें फैलाईं, उसने हाथी की पूंछ पर अपनी पकड़ खो दी। और एक पल में वे सभी नीचे आ गए।

Word Meanings – 

Garden (गार्डन) = बगीचा, उद्यान

Gardener (गार्डनर) = माली

Employed (एम्पलॉयड) = नियुक्त, कार्यरत    

Whole (होल) = सम्पूर्ण, पूरा का पूरा   

Remain (रिमेन) = रूकना, ठहरना

Loud (लाउड) = जोरदार या तेज आवाज

Noise (नॉइज़) = शोरगुल

Hide (हाईड) = छिपना

Fear (फियर) = डर

Descending (डिसेंडिंग) = नीचे उतरता हुआ  

Sky (स्काई) = आसमान

Roam (रोम) = इधर-उधर घूमना या भटकना

Enormous (इनर्मस) = विशालकाय  

Heaven (हेवन) = स्वर्ग

Quietly (क्वाइटली) = चुपचाप  

Various (वेरियस) = विभिन्न प्रकार के

Root (रूट) = जड़

Ascend (असेंड) = ऊपर चढ़ना  

Arrive (अराइव) = पहुँचना

Depart (डिपार्ट) = रवाना होना, जाना

Palace (पैलेस) = महल

Place (प्लेस) = स्थान, जगह

Huge (ह्यूज) = आकर में बड़ा, विशाल  

Sight (साईट) = दृष्टि, नजर

Amazement (अमेजमेंट) = आश्चर्य, विस्मय

Exclaimed (एक्सक्लेम्ड) = पुकारना या आवाज़ देना

Adventure (एडवेंचर) = साहसिक कार्य या यात्रा

Story (स्टोरी) = कहानी

Behind (बिहाइंड) = पीछे

Queue (क्यू) = पंक्ति, कतार  

Insist (इंसिस्ट) = जोर देना

Patience (पेशेंस) = धैर्य, सब्र  

Spread (स्प्रेड) = फैलाना

Grip (ग्रिप) = पकड़

Moment (मोमेंट) = क्षण, पल

Tumble down (टम्बल डाउन) = नीचे गिरना, लुढ़कना  

Reading Comprehension – 

  1. Answer the following questions:
  2. What did Jagatu see in the garden one night?

Answer – One night Jagatu saw a large elephant descending from the sky in the garden.

  1. Why did Jagatu hide behind the tree?

Answer – Jagatu heard a loud noise and hid himself behind the tree in great fear.

  1. What was the name of the elephant?

Answer – The name of the elephant was ‘Airavata’.

  1. What did the elephant do in the garden?

Answer – The elephant roamed in the garden and ate various fruits and roots.

  1. Where did Jagatu spend the whole day?

Answer – Jagatu spent the whole day in heaven.

  1. What did Jagatu bring from heaven?

Answer – Jagatu brought some betel-leaves and some betel-nuts from heaven.

  1. What did Jagatu’s wife ask him?

Answer – Jagatu’s wife asked him, “Where have you been?”

  1. What did the villagers do?

Answer – The villagers also wanted to go to heaven with Jagatu. So when the elephant was about to depart , they all held one another in a queue.

  1. Why did they tumble down?

Answer – When Jagatu spread his arms to show the size of the nut, he lost his grip on the elephant’s tail and they all came tumbling down.

  1. Say if the following statements are right or wrong:
  2. Jagatu was not amazed to see the elephant.(Wrong)
  3. He had seen such an elephant earlier.(Wrong)
  4. Jagatu’s wife asked him to bring more betel-leaves.(Wrong)
  5. The villagers were eager to go to heaven.(Right)
  6. Airavat was a heavenly animal.(Right)

Vocabulary

  1. Match the words in A with their opposites in B.

A

B

Write Answer

ascend

enormous

picking

depart

employed

small

dropping

unemployed
descend

arrive

descend

small

dropping

arrive

unemployed

  1. Choose the appropriate words from the box and fill in the blanks.

(insist on, climb, enormous, employee)

  1. The new employee in our office works sincerely.
  2. The African elephants are the most enormous elephants in the world.
  3. Why do you insist on me to complete this exercise today?
  4. Climb these steps and you will be on the top floor.
Lesson 10 Jaggu the Gardner

C. Make some meaningful words from ‘Elephant’ as has been done in the case of ‘Gardener’:


   There are so many words which can be made . Here is a long list – 

Number of letters

Words

2

an, at

3

eaten, panel, penal, petal, plane, plant, plate

4

halt, hate, heal, heap, heat, heel, help, lane, late, leap, lent, neat, pale, pane, pant, path, peal, peel, plan, plea, tale, tape, teen, than, then

5

eaten, panel, penal, petal, plane, plant, plate

  1. Pick out the words from the text and put them in the appropriate column below. Also add three more words in each column:

            

Words ending in ‘–er’

Words ending in ‘–r’

garden + er = gardener

manage + r = manager

play + er = player

read + er = reader

sing + er = singer

teach + er = teacher

village + r = villager

write + r = writer

drive + r = driver

receive + r = receiver

Grammar

  1. Read the following sentence carefully:

As soon as she saw him coming, she ran to meet him.

Now frame similar sentences with the help of the table given below

as soon as

the teacher

entered the class

,

the children

stood up

wished her

said, ‘Good morning’

became silent

opened their books

.

  1. As soon as the teacher entered the class, the children stood up.
  2. As soon as the teacher entered the class, the children wished her.
  3. As soon as the teacher entered the class, the children said, ‘Good Morning’.
  4. As soon as the teacher entered the class, the children became silent.
  5. As soon as the teacher entered the class, the children opened their books.

B. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences:


C. How often do you do the things given in the box? Put a in the appropriate column:

Things you do

always

sometimes

never

speak loudly

 

 

come late

   

help others

   

do your home work

   

eat sweets

 

 

come in time

   

brush your teeth before sleeping

   

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