Samacheer Kalvi 7th std English Book Answers Unit 2: Naya – The Home of Chitrakaars
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Term 2 Unit – 2 Naya – The Home of Chitrakaars
A. Fill in the blanks choosing the words / phrases given in the box.
(Midnapore folk art chitrakaars Pata Chitra painted scrolls unrolled )
Naya is a quaint little village in West Bengal’s Midnapore district. However, it is not an ordinary village. Around 250 patuas or Chitrakaars or artists live there. These folk artistes are painters, lyricists, singers and performers all rolled into one. They practise an ancient folk art called Pata Chitra. This is a type of storytelling using Painted scrolls. The scrolls had stories painted on them and the artists sang the story as they unrolled the scroll. This art has been practised since the 13th century.
B. Write the apt word for the given phrases.
- The traditional folk art of West Bengal
- Annual festival to celebrate the success of local artists
- The other name of story tellers
- Conservation of trees, female infanticide etc
- Pata Chitra
- Pot Maya
- tm Patuas (or) Chitrakaars
- Social messages
C. Fill in the details of the mind map
D. The process of making a patta is jumbled. Read the sentence and number them in proper order.
- A Patta is created by painting on a canvas.
- It is made by stitching multiple sheets of poster paper together.
- Jute fibre canvas was used in the olden days.
- Plant-based colours and lampblack are mixed in coconut shells.
- The sap of the wood apple tree acts as glue.
- A thin cotton cloth is glued to the back of the painting for a long life.
- The completed scrolls are dried in the sun.
- Finally, they are stored in rolled-up bundles.
E. Write a few sentences about the Pot Maya festival.
Pot Maya Festival
Pot Maya Festival is a three-day annual festival which is held to celebrate the success of the local artists. Every year, it is held in November. This festival exhibits modern paintings as well as scrolls dating back hundreds of years. The villagers paint the mud walls of their houses with colourful Patachitra motifs and hang scrolls on ropes in the courtyards. They also clean up the surroundings and decorate the entire village with flowers to get ready for visitors. Patuas also house the visitors in their homes and intents.
F. Make a diary entry about your visit to the Science Exhibition.
29th August 2019
Today, it was an awesome and educational day for me, because our school teachers took us to the Science Exhibition which was held in the nearby school. I was so surprised by seeing those science exhibits, students used many instruments of science and technology. They demonstrated many things like separating funnel, centrifugation process, sublimation, chromatography, etc. We were all amazed to see all these things. They were so useful to us. We learned many things. Some of our doubts were cleared. The way the students spoke to us and their explanations was adorable. Next, in the Biology room, we saw many slides of plants and animal cells. It was a great day for us, as we had the experience of knowing some details of science and technology.
Connecting To Self
H. Draw the pictures in the given boxes using the clues.
- The snake is next to the owl.
- The owl is not next to the bird.
- The kite is on the right.
- The owl is between the snake and the kite.
Now, where is the bird?
The bird is next to the Kite.
I. Draw an envelope with the flap open without lifting your pen from the paper. Indicate the numbers to show how it was drawn.
Step To Success
J. Find their group name and write them in the blanks.
(literary art martial art visual art textile art performing art)
- Kuchupudi, Bangra, Dandia, _______
- prose, poetry, drama, novel _______
- photography, film making, sculpture _______
- Karate, Kungfu, Capoeira _______
- weaving , embroidery, carpet designing _______
- performing art
- literary art
- visual art
- martial art
- textile art
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