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PPT
by
m. padma lalitha sharada
for
Class IV English
TGSCERT Syllabus
Dronacharya was the royal teacher of the
Pandavas and the Kauravas of Hastinapura.
He was the master of archery. Arjuna, one of
the Pandavas was his favourite student.
Arjuna worked very hard. Dronacharya was
very much pleased with Arjuna and said, “I will
make you the greatest archer in t...
Ekalavya was a young and active boy. He was
the son of the chief of the Nishada.
One day he watched Dronacharya teaching archery
to the princes of Hastinapura in the gurukula.
Ekalavya wished to learn archery. So, he met
Dronacharya and fell at his feet.
He said “O great teacher, I have come to learn
archery from you. Kindly take me as your pupil.”
Dronacharya was very pleased.
“Who are you?” Dronacharya asked.
“I’m the son of the chief of the jungle tribes of
Nishada,” said Ekalavya.
“A tribes man?” said Dronacharya. “Don’t you know,
I teach only the princes? You can go back.”
Ekalavya was very disheartened. He obeyed
Dronacharya and returned to the forest. There he
made a clay image of Dronachary...
He practiced archery day and night. In no time
he mastered in the art of archery.
Now he could shoot arrows even in the dark
just by listening the sound of animals.
One day Dronacharya, the Pandavas and the
Kauravas came to the forest with a dog, for
hunting. Suddenly the dog started ba...
An arrow came from somewhere and struck the
mouth of the dog. Another arrow followed it, and
another. Seven arrows came on...
Who might have shot the arrows?
The princes were surprised. One of them said,
“Arjuna! Here is an archer more skilful than you. He
has shot arrows into the dog’s mouth just by hearing
its sound.”
Soon they saw a young man with a bow and arrows.
“Who are you?” Dronacharya asked.
“Sir, I am Ekalavya, the son of the Nis...
“Have you shot these arrows at the dog?”
“Yes Sir, I have.”
“Who is your Guru?” Asked Dronacharya.
“I am your humble student, Sir.” said Ekalavya.
“My student?” exclaimed Dronacharya, “When did
I teach you?”
“I made a clay image of you and practiced shooting
arrows,” answered Ekalavya.
Dronacharya excited and felt proud.
But he ...
He said, “If you are my student, give me my Guru
Dakshina!”
“I am ready to give you anything you ask for”,
replied Ekalavy...
“Then give me your right thumb,” said Dronacharya.
If Ekalavya cut his right thumb, he could never
shoot arrows again.
But he did not hesitate even for a moment. He took
an arrow and cut off his right thumb and placed it
at his guru’s feet.
SHARADA
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"Ekalavya" lesson prescribed for Class IV students by SCERT of Telangana. PPT prepared by M Padma Lalitha Sharada.

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  1. 1. PPT by m. padma lalitha sharada for Class IV English TGSCERT Syllabus
  2. Dronacharya was the royal teacher of the Pandavas and the Kauravas of Hastinapura.
  3. He was the master of archery. Arjuna, one of the Pandavas was his favourite student.
  4. Arjuna worked very hard. Dronacharya was very much pleased with Arjuna and said, “I will make you the greatest archer in the world.”
  5. Ekalavya was a young and active boy. He was the son of the chief of the Nishada.
  6. One day he watched Dronacharya teaching archery to the princes of Hastinapura in the gurukula.
  7. Ekalavya wished to learn archery. So, he met Dronacharya and fell at his feet.
  8. He said “O great teacher, I have come to learn archery from you. Kindly take me as your pupil.”
  9. Dronacharya was very pleased. “Who are you?” Dronacharya asked.
  10. “I’m the son of the chief of the jungle tribes of Nishada,” said Ekalavya.
  11. “A tribes man?” said Dronacharya. “Don’t you know, I teach only the princes? You can go back.”
  12. Ekalavya was very disheartened. He obeyed Dronacharya and returned to the forest. There he made a clay image of Dronacharya.
  13. He practiced archery day and night. In no time he mastered in the art of archery.
  14. Now he could shoot arrows even in the dark just by listening the sound of animals.
  15. One day Dronacharya, the Pandavas and the Kauravas came to the forest with a dog, for hunting. Suddenly the dog started barking.
  16. An arrow came from somewhere and struck the mouth of the dog. Another arrow followed it, and another. Seven arrows came one after the other.
  17. Who might have shot the arrows? The princes were surprised. One of them said,
  18. “Arjuna! Here is an archer more skilful than you. He has shot arrows into the dog’s mouth just by hearing its sound.”
  19. Soon they saw a young man with a bow and arrows. “Who are you?” Dronacharya asked. “Sir, I am Ekalavya, the son of the Nishada Chief.”
  20. “Have you shot these arrows at the dog?” “Yes Sir, I have.” “Who is your Guru?” Asked Dronacharya.
  21. “I am your humble student, Sir.” said Ekalavya. “My student?” exclaimed Dronacharya, “When did I teach you?”
  22. “I made a clay image of you and practiced shooting arrows,” answered Ekalavya. Dronacharya excited and felt proud. But he remembered his promise to Arjuna.
  23. He said, “If you are my student, give me my Guru Dakshina!” “I am ready to give you anything you ask for”, replied Ekalavya.
  24. “Then give me your right thumb,” said Dronacharya. If Ekalavya cut his right thumb, he could never shoot arrows again.
  25. But he did not hesitate even for a moment. He took an arrow and cut off his right thumb and placed it at his guru’s feet.
  26. SHARADA
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