Which statement out of the following is incorrect?
(a) Use of charkha was popularised by Mahatma Gandhi as a part of the Independence Movement.
(b) In India, jute is mainly grown in Kerala and Punjab.
(c) To make fabric, the fibres are first converted into yarns.
(d) Sufi saint Kabir was a weaver.

AcademicChemistryNCERTClass 6

Correct answer: (b) In India, jute is mainly grown in Kerala and Punjab.

Explanation: 

We have to select the incorrect statement from the given four statements. Let us read each of the four statements and check whether it is correct or incorrect:

(a) Use of charkha was popularised by Mahatma Gandhi as a part of the Independence Movement.

The statement is correct as Mahatma Gandhi popularised the charkha as a part of the Independence Movement to increase the usage of domestic products in India.

(b) In India, jute is mainly grown in Kerala and Punjab.

The statement is incorrect. Jute is a natural plant fibre. In India, jute is mainly grown in areas of West Bengal, Bihar, Assam and Andhra Pradesh.

(c) To make fabric, the fibres are first converted into yarns.

The statement is correct. The fibres are first converted into yarns and then woven to make fabric.

(d) Sufi saint Kabir was a weaver. 

A famous saint Kabir was brought up by weavers and then he adopted weaving for daily survival.

Conclusion:

Based on the above observations we can conclude that the statement $(b)$ is incorrect.

raja
Updated on 10-Oct-2022 13:19:45

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