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Monday, 21 June 2021

DOWNLOAD GUJARATI KAVITA STD 4 GUJARATI MEDIUM

 DOWNLOAD GUJARATI KAVITA STD 4 GUJARATI MEDIUM: Read examples of poems: To get a better understanding of what other poets write, it is important that you look at the examples of POEMS You have to read the same kind of poetic form on which you also want to write poetry or read thematic poems or ideas that inspire you. If you want to get a better idea about the genre, you can also choose poems that are very well known and which are placed in the “Classic” category. For example, you can read:


DOWNLOAD GUJARATI,HINDI,SANSKRUT KAVITA STD 4 GUJARATI MEDIUM

Gujarati Application for best collection of Gujarati poem with lyrics.

Gujarati Application for best collection of Gujarati poem with lyrics.

This application includes collection of Poem of famous poetry writers.

User can also share poem with other application and also copy poem text and past in to other applications.

gujarati balgeet kaavya khajano is a best app for gujarati baalgeet and poems.

Gujarati balgeet kaavya khajano is a great app for gujarati kids to listen lots of baalgeet and poems of std 1 to 8. The major advantages of this app are as below.

=> In this app kids of std 1 to 8 can get all the poems of their textbook in mp3 formate and  listen anytime anywhere in their mobile.

=> In this app user can listen and play many baalgeets of gujarati sahitya for their small  kids.


Std.4 Poems
Sr. No.DetailDownload
1KAHE TAMETUDownload
2RATA FULDownload
3HUN TO PUCHHUDownload
4DUNIYA NI AJAYABIDownload
5CHAL BACHUDADownload
6ROJ SAVARE DHINGA MASTIDownload
7SAAD KARE CHHEDownload
8GINATIDownload
9DHAMMAK DHAMMAKDownload
10JHULADownload

Use concrete imagery: Avoid abstract imagery and pay attention to the concrete details of people, place and things in your poem. You should always describe anything using your five senses: smell, taste, touch, sight and sound. By using such concrete imaginations, the people reading your poetry will be immersed in the world of your poetry and for them, these fantasies will come alive. [11]
For example, instead of giving a brief description of your feelings or pictures, try to use concrete words for them. Instead of writing “I am very happy,” use concrete words such as “the whole room shines brightly with my one smile” to formulate concrete imaginations on your behalf.

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