NCERT Book Math in Hindi for Class 1 Chapter wise PDF
NCERT Books PDF: In the NCERT Books section, we have shared links to Chapters of Mathematics for class 1 (First Standard) Hindi medium students. Just see the chapter you want to download and then click on the download button.
NCERT Math Book in Hindi for Class 1 Chapter wise PDF
|1. आकृतियाँ और स्थान||Download|
|2. एक से नौ तक की संख्याएँ||Download|
|5. दस से बीस तक की संख्याएँ||Download|
|8. 21 से 50 तक की संख्याएँ||Download|
|9. आंकड़ों का उपयोग||Download|
|13. बताओ कितने||Download|
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