CBSE Class 7 English Kanhaya Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 English Practice Worksheet - Kanhaya - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 




Q1. Reference to context

       I. “And tied the errant hands of him who was the Yadu’s hope.”

            a. Whose errant hands are being referred to and who had tied them?

            b. Whom does ‘him’ refer to in the above line and why were his hands tied?

            c. Name the poet.

            d. Explain the phrase – ‘the Yadu’s hope’.

      II. “Little thief! Little thief!”

             a. To whom is the speaker speaking?

             b. Who is being called little thief and why?

     III. “He runs with chattering monkey folk.”

             a. Identify the speaker and the listener.

             b. Whom does ‘he’ refer to?

             c. Why does he run with a chattering monkey folk?


Q2. What do the village girls complain about Kanhaya and to whom?

Q3. How does Kanhaya boast and brawl in front of the village boys?

Q4. Why did the farmers call Kanhaya a thief?

Q5. After reading the poem, what qualities of Kanhaya do you come across?

Q6. How does Kanhaya trouble the milkmaids?

Q7. Why did Yashoda take a rope?


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