Breaking News

STD-10 SANSKRIT ALL CHAPTER 1 TO 20 GAME QUIZ

   STD-10 SANSKRIT ALL CH 

CH-1 TO 20 ONLINE  GAME QUIZ 




CLICK ON QUIZ NAME AND PLAY SANSKRIT GAME 


STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-01 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-02 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-03 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-04 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-05 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-06 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-07 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-08 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-09 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-10 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-11 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-12 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-13 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-14 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-15 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-16 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-17 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-18 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-19 QUIZ

STD-10 SANSKRIT CH-20 QUIZ


Class 10 students would have an enjoyable learning experience while referring to our solutions and this would definitely help them to prep up to write the exams competently. The answers to the different questions of the textbooks are given in detail to incorporate better understanding among students.

The pre-Classical form of Sanskrit is known as Vedic Sanskrit. The earliest attested Sanskrit text is the Rigveda, a Hindu scripture, from the mid-to-late second millennium BCE. No written records from such an early period survive, if any ever existed, but scholars are confident that the oral transmission of the texts is reliable: They are ceremonial literature, where the exact phonetic expression and its preservation were a part of the historic tradition.

The Classical Sanskrit language formalized by Pāṇini, states Renou, is "not an impoverished language", rather it is "a controlled and a restrained language from which archaisms and unnecessary formal alternatives were excluded".[101] The Classical form of the language simplified the sandhi rules but retained various aspects of the Vedic language, while adding rigor and flexibilities, so that it had sufficient means to express thoughts as well as being "capable of responding to the future increasing demands of an infinitely diversified literature", according to Renou. Pāṇini included numerous "optional rules" beyond the Vedic Sanskrit's bahulam framework, to respect liberty and creativity so that individual writers separated by geography or time would have the choice to express facts and their views in their own way, where tradition followed competitive forms of the Sanskrit language.

Vedic Sanskrit was both a spoken and literary language of ancient India. According to Michael Witzel, Vedic Sanskrit was a spoken language of the semi-nomadic Aryas who temporarily settled in one place, maintained cattle herds, practiced limited agriculture, and after some time moved by wagon trains they called grama.

quiz is a unique form of game or mind sport in which players or kids attempt to answer questions correctly or try to be precise .this is a game to challenge ourselves to  test knowledge about a certain subject we learned . In some countries, a quiz is also a brief assessment used in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, abilities, and/or skills.

Quiz help students identify what they know and what they don't know. The students then have a better idea of how well they are grasping the material, hopefully motivating them to study more and helping them allocate their study time effectively by focusing on the information that still needs more practice. 


ADVANTAGES OF DAILY QUIZZES

·        Students tend to actually read the material.

·         Students show up for class on time since the quiz always comes first.

·         Students are placed in the right attitude for learning.

·         Students feel more confident to discuss the material.

·         Students raise their grades by simply reading the material.

·         The start of class is signalled.

·         The quiz provides a good lead-in for either a lecture or discussion of the material.

·         Students grow curious about the answers.  At the end of class (when the suspense is killing them), I usually answer any quiz question that didn't naturally pop up during class.

·         The easy chance to do well gives students a feeling of self-esteem


The Sanskrit language's historic presence is attested across a wide geography beyond South Asia. Inscriptions and literary evidence suggests that Sanskrit language was already being adopted in Southeast Asia and Central Asia in the 1st millennium CE, through monks, religious pilgrims and merchants.


ALL STD 1 TO 12 & SUBJECT MATERIAL

IN THIS APPLICATION

DOWNLOAD PDF




ટિપ્પણીઓ નથી

THANKS TO COMMENT

Disqus Shortname