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ENGLISH 
 Class VI 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A : Reading : 20 marks 
 Section B : Writing : 25 marks 
 Section C : Grammar : 20 marks 
 Section D : Literature : 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and answered 
in the answer sheet. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow the instruction. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 08 printed pages. 
 
Section – A (Reading : 20 marks) 
A.1 Read the given passage carefully.  
 Jahangir, the fourth Mughal emperor who ruled India in the 17
th
 century, 
was also a renowned naturalist. As a young prince he went along with his 
father Akbar on his campaign in Kashmir. There he fell in love with the 
natural splendour of Himalayan mountains, streams, trees and flowers. This 
was the beginning of a lifelong love for nature. Nurjahan, his wife, 
encouraged his interest in nature by laying out gardens in various parts of 
Kashmir. 
Jahangir was gifted with powers of keen observation. He provided detailed 
description of flowers in his memoirs, Tuzuk-i-Jahangir, that form a 
botanical study of its own kind. Jahangir’s descriptions of some of India’s 
common flowers are simple and accurate. 
He nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years and took them with him on 
his journeys to watch their courtship habits. Keen observation fill many 
pages of his memoirs. He was perhaps the first person in the world to have 
ringed birds and fish for future observations. 
 
 Read the questions and choose the correct option. (5) 
 i) Apart from being the famous Mughal Emperor, Jahangir was also a 
 famous 
 
  a) physician b) painter  
  c) naturalist d) cartoonist  
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(1/8) 
 
ENGLISH 
 Class VI 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A : Reading : 20 marks 
 Section B : Writing : 25 marks 
 Section C : Grammar : 20 marks 
 Section D : Literature : 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and answered 
in the answer sheet. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow the instruction. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 08 printed pages. 
 
Section – A (Reading : 20 marks) 
A.1 Read the given passage carefully.  
 Jahangir, the fourth Mughal emperor who ruled India in the 17
th
 century, 
was also a renowned naturalist. As a young prince he went along with his 
father Akbar on his campaign in Kashmir. There he fell in love with the 
natural splendour of Himalayan mountains, streams, trees and flowers. This 
was the beginning of a lifelong love for nature. Nurjahan, his wife, 
encouraged his interest in nature by laying out gardens in various parts of 
Kashmir. 
Jahangir was gifted with powers of keen observation. He provided detailed 
description of flowers in his memoirs, Tuzuk-i-Jahangir, that form a 
botanical study of its own kind. Jahangir’s descriptions of some of India’s 
common flowers are simple and accurate. 
He nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years and took them with him on 
his journeys to watch their courtship habits. Keen observation fill many 
pages of his memoirs. He was perhaps the first person in the world to have 
ringed birds and fish for future observations. 
 
 Read the questions and choose the correct option. (5) 
 i) Apart from being the famous Mughal Emperor, Jahangir was also a 
 famous 
 
  a) physician b) painter  
  c) naturalist d) cartoonist  
(2/8) 
 ii) His wife, Nurjahan, laid out gardens in various parts of -  
  a) Himachal Pradesh b) Kashmir  
  c) Meghalaya d) Delhi  
 iii) His memoirs Tuzuk-i-Jahangir give detailed description of -  
  a) fruits b) animals  
  c) medicinal plants d) flowers  
 iv) Jahangir nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years to watch their -  
  a) courtship habits b) eating habits  
  c) living habits d) flying habits  
 v) The word renowned means   
  a) strong b) well-known  
  c) well-dressed d) well-fed  
A.2 Read the beautiful poem and answer the questions given below : (5) 
 A sparrow was sitting in the rain 
Just outside my window pane; 
Its coat was brown, its bill was black 
The wind was ruffling up its back. 
 I threw my window open wide 
 And beckoned him to come inside 
 He looked at me and blinked an eye 
 Then turned and flew into the sky. 
Long I stared into the gloom 
From out the silence of my room 
Until I mused with whispered sigh 
We two are brothers, that sparrow and I. 
 
  i) The poem is talking about a   
  a) sparrow b) school  
  c) rain d) sky  
 ii) The sparrow was sitting in the -  
  a) river b) rain  
  c) ocean d) pond  
 iii) The bill of the sparrow was -  
  a) white b) grey  
  c) yellow d) black  
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(1/8) 
 
ENGLISH 
 Class VI 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A : Reading : 20 marks 
 Section B : Writing : 25 marks 
 Section C : Grammar : 20 marks 
 Section D : Literature : 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and answered 
in the answer sheet. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow the instruction. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 08 printed pages. 
 
Section – A (Reading : 20 marks) 
A.1 Read the given passage carefully.  
 Jahangir, the fourth Mughal emperor who ruled India in the 17
th
 century, 
was also a renowned naturalist. As a young prince he went along with his 
father Akbar on his campaign in Kashmir. There he fell in love with the 
natural splendour of Himalayan mountains, streams, trees and flowers. This 
was the beginning of a lifelong love for nature. Nurjahan, his wife, 
encouraged his interest in nature by laying out gardens in various parts of 
Kashmir. 
Jahangir was gifted with powers of keen observation. He provided detailed 
description of flowers in his memoirs, Tuzuk-i-Jahangir, that form a 
botanical study of its own kind. Jahangir’s descriptions of some of India’s 
common flowers are simple and accurate. 
He nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years and took them with him on 
his journeys to watch their courtship habits. Keen observation fill many 
pages of his memoirs. He was perhaps the first person in the world to have 
ringed birds and fish for future observations. 
 
 Read the questions and choose the correct option. (5) 
 i) Apart from being the famous Mughal Emperor, Jahangir was also a 
 famous 
 
  a) physician b) painter  
  c) naturalist d) cartoonist  
(2/8) 
 ii) His wife, Nurjahan, laid out gardens in various parts of -  
  a) Himachal Pradesh b) Kashmir  
  c) Meghalaya d) Delhi  
 iii) His memoirs Tuzuk-i-Jahangir give detailed description of -  
  a) fruits b) animals  
  c) medicinal plants d) flowers  
 iv) Jahangir nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years to watch their -  
  a) courtship habits b) eating habits  
  c) living habits d) flying habits  
 v) The word renowned means   
  a) strong b) well-known  
  c) well-dressed d) well-fed  
A.2 Read the beautiful poem and answer the questions given below : (5) 
 A sparrow was sitting in the rain 
Just outside my window pane; 
Its coat was brown, its bill was black 
The wind was ruffling up its back. 
 I threw my window open wide 
 And beckoned him to come inside 
 He looked at me and blinked an eye 
 Then turned and flew into the sky. 
Long I stared into the gloom 
From out the silence of my room 
Until I mused with whispered sigh 
We two are brothers, that sparrow and I. 
 
  i) The poem is talking about a   
  a) sparrow b) school  
  c) rain d) sky  
 ii) The sparrow was sitting in the -  
  a) river b) rain  
  c) ocean d) pond  
 iii) The bill of the sparrow was -  
  a) white b) grey  
  c) yellow d) black  
(3/8) 
 iv) What did the boy ask the sparrow ?  
  a) to fly b) to get wet  
  c) to come inside d) to sing a song  
 v) A pair of rhyming word is -  
  a) gloom-room b) rain-back  
  c) sigh-muse d) brown-black  
A.3 Read the passage carefully and answer the given questions. (10) 
 As a boy, I was very fond of an old soldier in our little town. He had only 
one leg, having lost the other leg somewhere in Assam in 1942. He used to 
sit on the bank of our small river and tell me about his adventures. He told 
me that he had run away from home to join the army when he was 18. He 
had experienced his first battle in the Libyan desert in the Second World 
War. He used to tell me dozens of war stories, but the one I liked the best 
was the one of his escape from a Japanese prisoner of war camp in Burma. 
He told me again and again how he walked 200 meters in two weeks. On 
the way, he was bitten on the toe by a poisonous snake and he had to cut off 
part of the toe in order to survive. But the wound did not heal and by the 
time he got to an Indian camp, it had turned septic. And the leg had to be cut 
off. He is apparently quite contented with his lot. He says that his pension is 
enough for his needs : and the fish he catches and sells provides him the 
money for his entertainment. 
 
 i) Whom did the boy like? (1) 
 ii) What had the hero of the story done when he was 18? (1) 
 iii) Which story did the boy like to listen to ? (1) 
 iv)  Write whether the statements are ‘True’ or ‘False’. 
a) The soldier had lost one leg. 
b) The boy  lived in a little town. 
c) The soldier had visited ten foreign countries. 
d) The boy did not like listening the stories. 
(2) 
 v) How did the soldier lose his leg? (2) 
 vi) What does he do for his living ? (2) 
 vii) Write the opposites of : 
a)  old ________  b)  first ________ 
(1) 
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(1/8) 
 
ENGLISH 
 Class VI 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A : Reading : 20 marks 
 Section B : Writing : 25 marks 
 Section C : Grammar : 20 marks 
 Section D : Literature : 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and answered 
in the answer sheet. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow the instruction. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 08 printed pages. 
 
Section – A (Reading : 20 marks) 
A.1 Read the given passage carefully.  
 Jahangir, the fourth Mughal emperor who ruled India in the 17
th
 century, 
was also a renowned naturalist. As a young prince he went along with his 
father Akbar on his campaign in Kashmir. There he fell in love with the 
natural splendour of Himalayan mountains, streams, trees and flowers. This 
was the beginning of a lifelong love for nature. Nurjahan, his wife, 
encouraged his interest in nature by laying out gardens in various parts of 
Kashmir. 
Jahangir was gifted with powers of keen observation. He provided detailed 
description of flowers in his memoirs, Tuzuk-i-Jahangir, that form a 
botanical study of its own kind. Jahangir’s descriptions of some of India’s 
common flowers are simple and accurate. 
He nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years and took them with him on 
his journeys to watch their courtship habits. Keen observation fill many 
pages of his memoirs. He was perhaps the first person in the world to have 
ringed birds and fish for future observations. 
 
 Read the questions and choose the correct option. (5) 
 i) Apart from being the famous Mughal Emperor, Jahangir was also a 
 famous 
 
  a) physician b) painter  
  c) naturalist d) cartoonist  
(2/8) 
 ii) His wife, Nurjahan, laid out gardens in various parts of -  
  a) Himachal Pradesh b) Kashmir  
  c) Meghalaya d) Delhi  
 iii) His memoirs Tuzuk-i-Jahangir give detailed description of -  
  a) fruits b) animals  
  c) medicinal plants d) flowers  
 iv) Jahangir nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years to watch their -  
  a) courtship habits b) eating habits  
  c) living habits d) flying habits  
 v) The word renowned means   
  a) strong b) well-known  
  c) well-dressed d) well-fed  
A.2 Read the beautiful poem and answer the questions given below : (5) 
 A sparrow was sitting in the rain 
Just outside my window pane; 
Its coat was brown, its bill was black 
The wind was ruffling up its back. 
 I threw my window open wide 
 And beckoned him to come inside 
 He looked at me and blinked an eye 
 Then turned and flew into the sky. 
Long I stared into the gloom 
From out the silence of my room 
Until I mused with whispered sigh 
We two are brothers, that sparrow and I. 
 
  i) The poem is talking about a   
  a) sparrow b) school  
  c) rain d) sky  
 ii) The sparrow was sitting in the -  
  a) river b) rain  
  c) ocean d) pond  
 iii) The bill of the sparrow was -  
  a) white b) grey  
  c) yellow d) black  
(3/8) 
 iv) What did the boy ask the sparrow ?  
  a) to fly b) to get wet  
  c) to come inside d) to sing a song  
 v) A pair of rhyming word is -  
  a) gloom-room b) rain-back  
  c) sigh-muse d) brown-black  
A.3 Read the passage carefully and answer the given questions. (10) 
 As a boy, I was very fond of an old soldier in our little town. He had only 
one leg, having lost the other leg somewhere in Assam in 1942. He used to 
sit on the bank of our small river and tell me about his adventures. He told 
me that he had run away from home to join the army when he was 18. He 
had experienced his first battle in the Libyan desert in the Second World 
War. He used to tell me dozens of war stories, but the one I liked the best 
was the one of his escape from a Japanese prisoner of war camp in Burma. 
He told me again and again how he walked 200 meters in two weeks. On 
the way, he was bitten on the toe by a poisonous snake and he had to cut off 
part of the toe in order to survive. But the wound did not heal and by the 
time he got to an Indian camp, it had turned septic. And the leg had to be cut 
off. He is apparently quite contented with his lot. He says that his pension is 
enough for his needs : and the fish he catches and sells provides him the 
money for his entertainment. 
 
 i) Whom did the boy like? (1) 
 ii) What had the hero of the story done when he was 18? (1) 
 iii) Which story did the boy like to listen to ? (1) 
 iv)  Write whether the statements are ‘True’ or ‘False’. 
a) The soldier had lost one leg. 
b) The boy  lived in a little town. 
c) The soldier had visited ten foreign countries. 
d) The boy did not like listening the stories. 
(2) 
 v) How did the soldier lose his leg? (2) 
 vi) What does he do for his living ? (2) 
 vii) Write the opposites of : 
a)  old ________  b)  first ________ 
(1) 
(4/8) 
 
Section – B (Writing : 25 marks) 
 
B.1 You are the Secretary of the Cultural Club in your school. Write a notice in 
30-40 words to inform the students about a Dance Competition to be 
organized in the school. Sign the notice as Nirmal Purohit. Put the notice in 
a box. 
[5] 
 a dance competition – classes 6,7, & 8 – when and where – categories : solo 
and group – last date for registration. 
 
 OR  
 Read the following telephone conversation between Damini and Mrs. Alka. 
Damini has gone for yoga classes. Since the message is urgent, she writes it 
in the box and pins it on Sneha’s study table. 
Mrs. Alka : Hello, is that Sneha speaking? 
Damini  : No, I am her sister Damini. 
Mrs. Alka : Hello ! Damini. I am Sneha’s class teacher. 
Damini  : Good evening ma’am. Sneha has gone for her yoga classes. 
Mrs. Alka : Good evening, dear. Please tell Sneha to bring her science 
model for which she won the first prize. Her model has been 
selected for the national level at the Science Centre in 
Chandigarh. Tell her to call me, when she is back. I will give 
her the other details. 
Damini : That’s great. I will give her your message and ask her to call 
you up. 
Mrs. Alka : Thank you. 
 
B.2 You are Kamal Mehta of DAV Public School. You stood first in drawing 
competition that was held recently. Write a diary entry in 60-80 words 
describing your feelings after winning the competition. 
[5] 
 when and where – what you drew – how you coloured – judges announced 
the result – happy, overwhelmed  
 
 OR  
 You are Sanjeeta Patel living at 122, Arjun Nagar, New Delhi. Write a diary 
entry in 60-80 words of a book fair that was held in your school. 
 
 when and where – who organised – varieties of books – books liked and 
purchased  
 
B.3 Write a letter to your German pen-friend inviting him/her to come India and 
participate in an Indian festival. 
[7] 
 India, a land of diverse culture and religions but an example of “unity in 
diversity” – Dusshera – importance – celebration – festival of fun, gaiety 
and friendship – all festivals teach us a moral – food is delicious, mouth 
watering sweets 
 
Page 5


(1/8) 
 
ENGLISH 
 Class VI 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• This paper consists of 4 sections : 
 Section A : Reading : 20 marks 
 Section B : Writing : 25 marks 
 Section C : Grammar : 20 marks 
 Section D : Literature : 25 marks 
• Attempt all the questions. 
• Don’t write anything on the question paper. 
• All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and answered 
in the answer sheet. 
• Ensure that questions for each section are answered together. 
• Read each question carefully and follow the instruction. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 08 printed pages. 
 
Section – A (Reading : 20 marks) 
A.1 Read the given passage carefully.  
 Jahangir, the fourth Mughal emperor who ruled India in the 17
th
 century, 
was also a renowned naturalist. As a young prince he went along with his 
father Akbar on his campaign in Kashmir. There he fell in love with the 
natural splendour of Himalayan mountains, streams, trees and flowers. This 
was the beginning of a lifelong love for nature. Nurjahan, his wife, 
encouraged his interest in nature by laying out gardens in various parts of 
Kashmir. 
Jahangir was gifted with powers of keen observation. He provided detailed 
description of flowers in his memoirs, Tuzuk-i-Jahangir, that form a 
botanical study of its own kind. Jahangir’s descriptions of some of India’s 
common flowers are simple and accurate. 
He nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years and took them with him on 
his journeys to watch their courtship habits. Keen observation fill many 
pages of his memoirs. He was perhaps the first person in the world to have 
ringed birds and fish for future observations. 
 
 Read the questions and choose the correct option. (5) 
 i) Apart from being the famous Mughal Emperor, Jahangir was also a 
 famous 
 
  a) physician b) painter  
  c) naturalist d) cartoonist  
(2/8) 
 ii) His wife, Nurjahan, laid out gardens in various parts of -  
  a) Himachal Pradesh b) Kashmir  
  c) Meghalaya d) Delhi  
 iii) His memoirs Tuzuk-i-Jahangir give detailed description of -  
  a) fruits b) animals  
  c) medicinal plants d) flowers  
 iv) Jahangir nursed a pair of infant cranes for five years to watch their -  
  a) courtship habits b) eating habits  
  c) living habits d) flying habits  
 v) The word renowned means   
  a) strong b) well-known  
  c) well-dressed d) well-fed  
A.2 Read the beautiful poem and answer the questions given below : (5) 
 A sparrow was sitting in the rain 
Just outside my window pane; 
Its coat was brown, its bill was black 
The wind was ruffling up its back. 
 I threw my window open wide 
 And beckoned him to come inside 
 He looked at me and blinked an eye 
 Then turned and flew into the sky. 
Long I stared into the gloom 
From out the silence of my room 
Until I mused with whispered sigh 
We two are brothers, that sparrow and I. 
 
  i) The poem is talking about a   
  a) sparrow b) school  
  c) rain d) sky  
 ii) The sparrow was sitting in the -  
  a) river b) rain  
  c) ocean d) pond  
 iii) The bill of the sparrow was -  
  a) white b) grey  
  c) yellow d) black  
(3/8) 
 iv) What did the boy ask the sparrow ?  
  a) to fly b) to get wet  
  c) to come inside d) to sing a song  
 v) A pair of rhyming word is -  
  a) gloom-room b) rain-back  
  c) sigh-muse d) brown-black  
A.3 Read the passage carefully and answer the given questions. (10) 
 As a boy, I was very fond of an old soldier in our little town. He had only 
one leg, having lost the other leg somewhere in Assam in 1942. He used to 
sit on the bank of our small river and tell me about his adventures. He told 
me that he had run away from home to join the army when he was 18. He 
had experienced his first battle in the Libyan desert in the Second World 
War. He used to tell me dozens of war stories, but the one I liked the best 
was the one of his escape from a Japanese prisoner of war camp in Burma. 
He told me again and again how he walked 200 meters in two weeks. On 
the way, he was bitten on the toe by a poisonous snake and he had to cut off 
part of the toe in order to survive. But the wound did not heal and by the 
time he got to an Indian camp, it had turned septic. And the leg had to be cut 
off. He is apparently quite contented with his lot. He says that his pension is 
enough for his needs : and the fish he catches and sells provides him the 
money for his entertainment. 
 
 i) Whom did the boy like? (1) 
 ii) What had the hero of the story done when he was 18? (1) 
 iii) Which story did the boy like to listen to ? (1) 
 iv)  Write whether the statements are ‘True’ or ‘False’. 
a) The soldier had lost one leg. 
b) The boy  lived in a little town. 
c) The soldier had visited ten foreign countries. 
d) The boy did not like listening the stories. 
(2) 
 v) How did the soldier lose his leg? (2) 
 vi) What does he do for his living ? (2) 
 vii) Write the opposites of : 
a)  old ________  b)  first ________ 
(1) 
(4/8) 
 
Section – B (Writing : 25 marks) 
 
B.1 You are the Secretary of the Cultural Club in your school. Write a notice in 
30-40 words to inform the students about a Dance Competition to be 
organized in the school. Sign the notice as Nirmal Purohit. Put the notice in 
a box. 
[5] 
 a dance competition – classes 6,7, & 8 – when and where – categories : solo 
and group – last date for registration. 
 
 OR  
 Read the following telephone conversation between Damini and Mrs. Alka. 
Damini has gone for yoga classes. Since the message is urgent, she writes it 
in the box and pins it on Sneha’s study table. 
Mrs. Alka : Hello, is that Sneha speaking? 
Damini  : No, I am her sister Damini. 
Mrs. Alka : Hello ! Damini. I am Sneha’s class teacher. 
Damini  : Good evening ma’am. Sneha has gone for her yoga classes. 
Mrs. Alka : Good evening, dear. Please tell Sneha to bring her science 
model for which she won the first prize. Her model has been 
selected for the national level at the Science Centre in 
Chandigarh. Tell her to call me, when she is back. I will give 
her the other details. 
Damini : That’s great. I will give her your message and ask her to call 
you up. 
Mrs. Alka : Thank you. 
 
B.2 You are Kamal Mehta of DAV Public School. You stood first in drawing 
competition that was held recently. Write a diary entry in 60-80 words 
describing your feelings after winning the competition. 
[5] 
 when and where – what you drew – how you coloured – judges announced 
the result – happy, overwhelmed  
 
 OR  
 You are Sanjeeta Patel living at 122, Arjun Nagar, New Delhi. Write a diary 
entry in 60-80 words of a book fair that was held in your school. 
 
 when and where – who organised – varieties of books – books liked and 
purchased  
 
B.3 Write a letter to your German pen-friend inviting him/her to come India and 
participate in an Indian festival. 
[7] 
 India, a land of diverse culture and religions but an example of “unity in 
diversity” – Dusshera – importance – celebration – festival of fun, gaiety 
and friendship – all festivals teach us a moral – food is delicious, mouth 
watering sweets 
 
(5/8) 
B.4 Write an application of leave to the Principal of your school requesting him 
to grant you leave for three days. Give a reason for your request. 
OR 
Write a letter to the editor of The Times of India complaining about 
irregular water supply in your area. 
[8] 
 irregular supply of water during morning and evening hours – water stinks 
and yellowish in colour – people are falling sick – many cases of jaundice 
and typhoid. 
 
 
Section – C (Grammar : 20 marks) 
 
C.1 In the following passage, one word has been omitted in each line. A 
slash ‘/’ has been inserted where the word is missing. Write the 
missing word. 
[½×8=4] 
 We try to hide / faults before our 
others / show off only our merits. a) _________ 
Sometimes / shed tears over b) _________ 
our faults. On the other hand we / c) _________ 
reminded / our faults at the d) _________ 
end of each day. We pray / God e) _________ 
to / us strength to resist f) _________ 
evil thoughts and deeds / help g) _________ 
us not to repeat / mistakes  h) _________ 
we have committed. 
 
C.2 The following passage has not been edited. There is one error in 
each line. Write the incorrect word and the correct word. One has 
been done for you. 
[½×8=4] 
   Incorrect Correct 
The Himalayas are the higher mountains  higher highest 
in a world. They stand like a) _______ _______ 
a gigantic wall all among India’s b) _______ _______ 
northern frontier. It extend from c) _______ _______ 
the borders of Myanmar in an east to d) _______ _______ 
the western limits to Kashmir, e) _______ _______ 
covering a distance to 2,500 kilometer. f) _______ _______ 
They is also the world’s youngest g) _______ _______ 
mountain system. Three by the world’s h) _______ _______ 
major rivers arise in the Himalayas. 
 
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