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Descriptive Paragraph Writing Class 9 CBSE Format, Topics, Examples, Samples

SOLVED EXAMPLES

Descriptive Paragraph Class 9

CBSE Board

1. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, on ‘A Friendly Clown’. Ans.                                         A FRIENDLY CLOWN

On
one corner of my dresser, sits a smiling toy clown on a tiny unicycle–a gift I
received last Christmas from my close friend. The clown’s short yellow hair,
made of yarn, covers its ears but is parted above the eyes. The blue eyes are
outlined in black with thin, dark lashes flowing from the brows. ft has
cherry-red cheeks, nose, and lips, and its broad grin disappears into the wide,
white ruffle around its neck. The clown wears a fluffy, two-tone nylon costume.
The left side of the outfit is light blue, and the right side is red. The two
colours merge in a dark line that runs down the centre of the small outfit.
Surrounding its ankles and disguising its long black shoes, are big pink bows.
The white spokes on the wheels of the unicycle gather in the centre and expand
to the black tire, so that the wheel somewhat resembles the inner half of a
grapefruit. The clown and unicycle together stand about a foot high. As a
cherished gift from my good friend Tran, this colourful figure greets me with a
smile every time I enter my room.

 

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2. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100450 words, on ‘Gregory—My Pet Cat’.

Ans.                                     GREGORY—MY PET CAT

Gregory
is my beautiful grey Persian cat. He walks with pride and grace, performing a
dance of disdain as he slowly lifts and lowers each paw with the delicacy of a
ballet dancer. His pride, however, does not extend to his appearance, for he
spends most of his time indoors, watching television and growing fat. He enjoys
TV commercials, especially those for Meow Mix and 9 Lives. His familiarity with
cat food commercials has led him to reject generic brands of cat food in favour
of only the most expensive brands. Gregory is as finicky about visitors as he
is about what he eats—befriending some and repelling others. He may snuggle up
against your ankle, begging to be petted, or he may imitate a skunk and stain
your favourite trousers. Gregory does not do this to establish his territory,
as many cat experts think, but to humiliate me because he is jealous of- my
friends. After my guests have fled, I look at the old fleabag snoozing and
smiling to himself in front of the television set, and I have to forgive him
for his obnoxious, but endearing habits.

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3. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, about the house of your dreams. You can invent your own
details.

 Ans.                             THE HOUSE OF MY DREAMS

This
is my dream house. It’s one-storey house built in a spacious property. There is
a front yard with different kinds of plants with a small path to go inside the
house. The main door is a two-sided wooden door. Once you open the doors, you
meet a wall with a mirror which is separated right and left wing of the ose. If
you go to the right wing, you will directly go to the living room There welcome
my guests. Next to the living room, you can find a guest room and a rest room.
The guest room is facing to a part of swimming pool. The left wing is a way to
kitchen and dining room. In the hall to the kitchen and dining room, you can
find a door to my family main room. When you open the door, there is a glass
hall towards the children’s room. if we go through the glass hail from the
guest room, you can find my room facing the swimming pool. And the glass hail
is also connecting my room on the right wing and dining room on the left wing.
There is a folded-glass door at the backyard where you can find swimming pool
right after you open the glass door. A small at made of stones is next to the
pool for people to go to a gazebo near the pool for gathering and relaxing. You
can see my Jacuzzi in my room from the pool because die Jacuzzi is in open area
next to my room.

 

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4. Taking the information given below
in the input and develop it into a descriptive paragraph, in about 100-150
words. You can invent your own details.

Bisrnillah learnt from uncle All Bux Vishnu temple of Benaras
Balaji and Iviangia Maiya temples on Ganga — favourite places for Bismillah —
selected for All India Radio (1938) — honour of playing shelinai on 15th August
1947 — ‘Gurtj Uthi Shehnai film — songs famous — performed in USA, Canada, etc.
— fond of Benaras symbol of India’s composite culture — awarded Bharat Ratna in
2001

Answer.                               BISMILIAH KHAN

Bismillah Khan was the greatest shehnai player, India has ever produced. He was fascinated by the ‘shehnai’ playing of his uncle at the Vishnu temple in
Benaras. He became his disciple. Balaii temple at the bank of the holy Ganga
was his favourite place. He played the shehnai there. Mangla Maiya temple also
attracted him. in 1938, he was selected for the All India Radio, Lucknow. He
was the most popular shehnai player on the radio. When India got independence on 15th August 1947, Bismiliah Khan became the first Indian to greet the nation with his shehnai. Famous film director, Vijay Bhat was so much impressed by him that he named a film `Gunj Uthi Shehnai’. The song ‘Dil ka Khiiona Toot Gaya’ became a nationwide superhit. Bismillah Khan was recognised and honoured by many countries. He gave his performances in the USA, UK and at various places. He was totally devoted to Benaras and the river Ganga. He missed them when he was abroad. Bismillah Khan was a symbol of the rich and composite culture of India. He was awarded the highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna in 2001..

                                  EXERCISE FOR PRACTICE

            1. Write a descriptive paragraph, in about 100-150 words, on
‘The Blond Guitar’. Take the information given below in the input
.

first instrument – a
Madeira folk guitar — the top is a bramble of copper-round strings body of
Madeira is shaped like a pear — wood has been chipped — not a beautiful
instrument — will always treasure it

Write a
descriptive paragraph, in about 100-150 words, on ‘The Kitchen’. Take the
information given below in the input
.

held our lives together — ate in it almost all
meals except the breakfast —in winter, had a bed made on three kitchen chairs
— a long horizontal mirror — often re-whitened by my father — electric bulb
hooked into the ceiling — the si-nk and the square cub — calendars from the
National Bank and the workmen’s circle —tow boxes with Hindi letters

3 . Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, on ‘Inspiring Teacher’ . Take the information given below
in the input.

lecturer in Sanskrit literature — third person who has the
highest knowledge of Sanskrit linguistic — speciality in calligraphy and
philosophy — he was a truck driver in Tamil Nadu ii — appointed to be a guest lecturer
in university of Delhi — he was carrying a plastic bag wore a simpic, outfit —
didn’t have many rules in his class — he let us feel and try the words
y—humble heart and persistence — always tried our best in the class –admired
by his attitude towards his students

4. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, about your favourite place. Invent all the necessary
details on your own.

5. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, about your hometown. Take the information given below in
the input
.

Shimla — northern part of India — oak tree and green lawn —
hills covered in pine trees — streets were going — snowy winters — smell wood
burning in fireplaces — in summer — people walking dogs or jogging — secure and
comfortable — visit Shimla once a year feel nostalgic

6. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, on ‘My Loving Sister’. Take the information given below in
the input. 

strong and caring sister — currently staying with her friend’s
family pursuing an advanced academic program — tries to fit time in her busy
schedule to call or text us — sacrificed so much to be the best —
understanding, intelligent, funny and charismatic brings solution to every
problem

7. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, on ‘My Grandmother’. Take the information given below in
the input.

most amazing person — she always puts a smile on our faces — had
the funniest laugh — would help anyone no matter what the situation was —
always had a welcoming home —could talk to her about anything — made the best
idlis and payasam — raised me to be a better person — everyone who met her will
cherish forever

8. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, on ‘My Best Friend My Champ’. Invent all the necessary
details on your own.

9. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, about the pleasures of watching a television. Take the
information given below in the input.

combines the pleasures of radio and cinema — most popular means
of entertainment — facility of cable network — hundreds of channels — instant
and live coverage — entertaining as well as informative TV has darker aspects
also

10. Write a descriptive paragraph, in
about 100-150 words, on ‘Republic Day Celebration’. Take the information given
below in the input.

country celebrated its Republic Day — could not go to India Gate
— had to sit in front of TV — surprised at the smart uniforms — young brave
children seemed to be happy on the elephants — received bravery awards —
tableau of the states was the main attraction —colourful artists — dances of
their states with a message

                      ANSWER
[DESCRIPTIVE PARAGRAPH]

1 .                                         THE BLOND GUITAR

My most valuable possession is an old, slightly warped blond guitar—the first
instrument I taught myself how to play. It’s nothing fancy, just a Madeira folk
guitar, all scuffed and scratched and fingerprinted. At the top is a bramble of
copper-wound strings, each one hooked through the eye of a silver tuning key.
The strings are stretched down a long, slim neck, its frets tarnished, the wood
worn by years of fingers pressing chords and picking notes. The body of the
Madeira is shaped like an enormous yellow pear, one that was slightly damaged in
shipping. The blond wood has been chipped and gouged to gray, particularly
where the pick guard fell off years ago. No, its not a beautiful instrument,
but it still lets me make music, and for that I will always treasure it.

2.                                                THE KITCHEN


The kitchen held our lives together. My mother worked in it all day long, we ate in it almost all meals except the breakfast, I did my homework and first writing
at the kitchen table, and in winter, I often had a bed made up for me on three
kitchen chairs near the stove. On the wall, just over the table, hung a long
horizontal mirror that sloped to a ship’s prow at each end and was lined in
cherry wood. It took up the whole wall, and drew every object in the kitchen to
itself. The walls were a fiercely speckled whitewash, so often re-whitened by
my father in slack seasons that the paint looked as if it had been squeezed and
cracked into the walls. A large electric bulb hung down the centre of the
kitchen at the end of a chain that had been hooked into the ceiling; the old
gas ring and key still jutted out of the wall like antlers. In the corner, next
to the toilet, was the sink at which we washed, and the square tub in which my
mother did our clothes. Above it, tacked to the shelf on which were pleasantly
ranged square, blue-bordered white sugar and spice jars, hung calendars from
the National Bank and the Workmen’s Circle; receipts for the payment of
insurance premiums, and household bills on a spindle; two little boxes engraved
with Hindi letters.


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3.
INSPIRING TEACHER

There are some inspiring teachers in my life. But the one whom I am going to tell you about is really a great teacher for me. His name is Shyam Sagar. He was my lecturer in Sanskrit Literature, University of Delhi. He was the third person
who has the highest knowledge of Sanskrit linguistic in the world. His
speciality was in calligraphy and philosophy. He doesn’t have a high education
title. In fact, he was a truck driver in Tamil Nadu before he was appointed to
be a guest lecturer in University of Delhi. When we saw him for the first time,
he didn’t look like a lecturer. He was carrying a black plastic bag and wore a
simple outfit. What impressed us at that time was that he was talking as if we
had watched an English movie! He didn’t have many rules in his class but he
knew how to attract us to study more and more. Every time we studied
linguistic, he let us feel and try the words, so we had no doubt in pronouncing
them. He was able to let us understand phrases matching to situations and Tamil culture. His humble heart and persistence made us respect him more. As a result, we always tried our best in his class because we did not want to
disappoint him. I have been admired by his attitude towards his students, and I
try to model him, yet I’m still learning.

4.                                         MY FAVOURITE PLACE

My favourite place which is important to me is my countryside house. I have very bright impressions and memories related to it. That is the place where I have grown up, met my friends and where I have spent almost all my life.

It is a big house with a yard. In summer, there are a lot of flowers which make
the outlook beautiful In the backyard, there is a “place where I love to
spend time, lying in hammock and dreaming under the tree.

Inside the house, there is a kitchen, a big living room, where you can invite guests, friends and chat with them, watch TV and relax. Next to the living room there are rooms, which are always sunlit during daytime, so you wake up with a very good mood in the morning. The house has a very homely atmosphere I will always like this place, because I have many good, pleasant memories and feelings about it.


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5.                                            MY HOMETOWN

I
grew up in Shimla which is located in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the
northern part of India. Large, old oak trees and green lawns, surrounded by
hills covered in pine trees formed my neighbourhood. The streets were quiet,
with only the sound of birds singing and some cars passing every once in a
while. During the cold, snowy winters, most people stayed inside, and one could
smell wood burning in fireplaces and see smoke coming out of chimneys. In
summer, one could see people walking dogs or jogging, smell cut-fresh grass,
and see squirrels jumping from tree to tree. My hometown made me feel secure
and comfortable. Now, I usually visit Shimla once a year. Not a lot has changed
except now there are more people, more traffic, and more places to go, such as
shopping malls and restaurants. I feel nostalgic when I think about Shimla.

 

6.                                               MY LOVING SISTER

Everyone
has a family, but only few are lucky to have an inspiring, strong and caring
sister like mine. My sister’s name is Radhika Kapoor. My sister is currently staying
with her friend’s family in Patel Nagar as she is pursuing an advanced academic
program. She works her brain off to meet deadlines, produce new ideas, and on
top of that she tries to fit time in her busy schedule every night to call or
text us. For ,  engineering, she has
sacrificed so much to be the best. Although engineering doesn’t define her,
what she loves about it is that it’s a challenge she has to face. Radhika has
everything that a little sister would have wanted. She’s understanding,
intelligent, finny, and charismatic. Radhika brings solution to every problem.
regardless the situation. My sister is my teacher. She guides me through my
life. Radhika always advises me on what to be avoided and what would bring
benefits to me. Radhika is sincere to everyone and herself. I love my sister
and no one can do anything. to separate us. I hope that someday I can take good
care of her as she has cared for me.


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7.
MY GRANDMOTHER

A
person I will always remember is my grandmother, because she was the most
amazing person I had ever known. My grandmother was a person everyone wanted to
be around, she always put a smile on our faces without even trying. She had the
finniest laugh and was always cracking jokes which was probably the reason why
we were always laughing. My grandma would help anyone no matter  hat the situation was even if it meant going
out of her way to help. She was very caring and always had a welcoming home for
us; my cousins and I always liked staying with her on the
weekends.
My grandma was like my best friend. I could talk to her about anything, and she
knew exactly how to solve my problems. She also used to make the best idlis and
payasam. I always looked forward to Diwali walking into her house, smelling all
the warm food, waiting for us. I will always cherish all the memories I had
with my grandma. She raised me to be a better person and to look at things in a
positive way. She was a strong, loving, caring, funny woman and had many things
to give to others. An one who met her will cherish forever.

8.                                   MY BEST
FRIEND-MY CHAMP

 Mohan has been a good friend of mine for some
years now. Our friendship goes all the way hack to when we first met in primary
school. Although we were very young and seemed to not have too much in common,
we somehow found some reasons to bond and create a friendship. It is a
friendship that has become stronger over the time and through our shared life
experiences. He is my exact opposite in terms of physical attributes. He is
taller than me with dark hair and black eyes. He also has better fashion sense
that I have with his standard jean pants and black shirt. Black is his
favourite colour, so it tends to show up in most of his clothes. He is also
more sociable than I am. Because of his talent for drawing, he often attracts
people to look at his 3D designs on his laptop. He has a creative mind, so he
has a lot of projects that he works on whenever he has some free time. He is
the friend that I come to when I feel troubled or pressured. It is his voice of
reason that helps me calm down and reminds me to remain composed at all times.
He is my best friend because he cares about me and works on our friendship with
me. I can only hope that we will be friends forever.


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9.                               PLEASURES OF WATCHING A
TELEVISION

Television
combines the pleasures of radio and cinema. It has become the most popular
means of entertainment as it provides variety of entertainment at a minimum
cost. Every home has a TV nowadays. The facility of cable network has increased
the pleasures of television. Now we have hundreds of channels available to us.
Each person can watch programmes of his choice. Instant and live coverage of
sports items, films and film-based programmes, TV serials and soap uperas are
the sort of programmes which are liked the most. Television watching is
entertaining as well as informative. Programmes on current affairs enlighten
us. However, like every invention of science, TV has darker aspects also.
Excessive TV watching proves harmful. So, let us be moderate in enjoying the
pleasures of television.

10.
                               REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

Yesterday,
our country celebrated its Republic Day on 26th January. i could not go  to India Gate lawns to watch the parade of
different states. Therefore, I had to sit in front of my TV I was surprised at
the smart uniforms and the enthusiasm of different battalions of ail the three
branches of the forces. They were followed by the young brave children who
seemed to be very happy on the elephants as all of them had received bravery
awards. The tableau of the states was the main attraction as the colourful artists
presented the dances of their states with a message. The people gathered there,
were impressed by the school children who presented a number of items. I also
wanted to join them. Afterwards, I realised that on TV I was only able to
watch.

 

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