Marathi Balgeet: ABCD Alphabets – Animated Song For Kids (2012)

Marathi Balgeet: ABCD Alphabets – Animated Song For Kids (2012)

♪♪ ( introduction ) apple – the round fruit of a tree of the rose family,
which typically has thin red or green skin and crisp
flesh. Many varieties have been developed as dessert
or cooking fruit or for making cider. aeroplane – a powered flying vehicle with fixed wings
and a weight greater than that of
the air it displaces. arrow – a shaft sharpened at the front and with
feathers or vanes at the back, shot from a bow as a
weapon or for sport. ant – a small insect, often with a sting, that usually
lives in a complex social colony with one or more
breeding queens. It is wingless except for fertile
adults, which often form large mating swarms, and is
proverbial for industriousness. ball – a solid or hollow sphere or ovoid, especially
one that is kicked, thrown, or hit in a game. bat – an implement with a handle and a solid surface,
usually of wood, used for hitting the ball in games
such as baseball, cricket, and table tennis. bat – a mainly nocturnal mammal capable of sustained
flight, with membranous wings that extend between the
fingers and connecting the forelimbs to the body and
the hindlimbs to the tail. balloon – a brightly colored rubber sac inflated with
air and then sealed at the neck, used as a children’s
toy or a decoration. car – a road vehicle, typically with four wheels,
powered by an internal combustion engine and able to
carry a small number of people. crow – a large perching bird with mostly glossy black
plumage, a heavy bill, and a raucous voice. cat – a small domesticated carnivorous mammal with
soft fur, a short snout, and retractile claws. It is
widely kept as a pet or for catching mice, and many
breeds have been developed. cow – a fully grown female animal of a domesticated
breed of ox, used as a source of milk or beef. dog – a domesticated carnivorous mammal that typically
has a long snout, an acute sense of smell, and a
barking, howling, or whining voice. It is widely kept
as a pet or for work or field sports. deer – a hoofed grazing or browsing animal, with
branched bony antlers that are shed annually and
typically borne only by the male. duck – a waterbird with a broad blunt bill, short
legs, webbed feet, and a waddling gait. doll – a small model of a human figure, often one of a
baby or girl, used as a child’s toy. eye – each of a pair of globular organs in the head
through which people and vertebrate animals see, the
visible part typically appearing almond-shaped in
animals with eyelids. elephant – a heavy plant-eating mammal with a
prehensile trunk, long curved ivory tusks, and large
ears, native to Africa and southern Asia. It is the
largest living land animal. ear – the organ of hearing and balance in humans and
other vertebrates, especially the
external part of this. egg – an oval or round object laid by a female bird,
reptile, fish, or invertebrate, usually containing a
developing embryo. The eggs of birds are enclosed in a
chalky shell, while those of reptiles are in a
leathery membrane. fan – an apparatus with rotating blades that creates a
current of air for cooling or ventilation. fish – a limbless cold-blooded vertebrate animal with
gills and fins and living wholly in water. frog – a tailless amphibian with a short squat body,
moist smooth skin, and very long
hind legs for leaping. flower – the seed-bearing part of a plant, consisting
of reproductive organs (stamens and carpels) that are
typically surrounded by a brightly colored corolla
(petals) and a green calyx (sepals). goat – a hardy domesticated ruminant animal that has
backward curving horns and (in the male) a beard. It
is kept for its milk and meat and is noted for its
lively and frisky behavior. giraffe – a large African mammal with a very long neck
and forelegs, having a coat patterned with brown
patches separated by lighter lines. It is the
tallest living animal. grape – a berry, typically green (classified as
white), purple, red, or black, growing in clusters on
a grapevine, eaten as fruit, and used in making wine. game – a form of play or sport, especially a
competitive one played according to rules and decided
by skill, strength, or luck. hand – the end part of a person’s arm beyond the
wrist, including the palm, fingers, and thumb. hat – a shaped covering for the head worn for warmth,
as a fashion item, or as part of a uniform. house – a building for human habitation, especially
one that is lived in by a family or
small group of people. horse – a solid-hoofed plant-eating domesticated
mammal with a flowing mane and tail, used for riding,
racing, and to carry and pull loads. ice cream – a soft frozen food made with sweetened and
flavored milk fat. India – a republic in S Asia: a union comprising 25
states and 7 union territories; formerly a British
colony; gained independence Aug. 15, 1947; became a
republic within the Commonwealth of Nations Jan. 26,
1950. 1,246,880 sq. mi. (3,229,419 sq. km).
Capital: New Delhi. ink – a colored fluid used for writing, drawing,
printing, or duplicating. joker – a playing card, typically bearing the figure
of a jester, used in some games as a wild card. jam – a sweet spread or preserve made from fruit and
sugar boiled to a thick consistency. jet – an aircraft powered
by one or more jet engines. jar – a wide-mouthed, cylindrical container made of
glass or pottery, especially one
used for storing food. kite – a toy consisting of a light frame with thin
material stretched over it, flown in the wind at the
end of a long string. kangaroo – a large plant-eating marsupial with a long
powerful tail and strongly developed hind limbs that
enable it to travel by leaping, found only in
Australia and New Guinea. ( silence ) ♪♪ ( music resumes ) kitten – a young cat. king – the male ruler of an independent state,
especially one who inherits the position
by right of birth. lion – a large tawny-colored cat that lives in prides,
found in Africa and northwestern India. The male has a
flowing shaggy mane and takes little part in hunting,
which is done cooperatively by the females. lamp – a device for giving light, either one
consisting of an electric bulb together with its
holder and shade or cover, or one burning gas or a
liquid fuel and consisting of a wick or mantle
and a glass shade. leaf – a flattened structure of a higher plant,
typically green and bladelike, that is attached to a
stem directly or via a stalk. Leaves are the main
organs of photosynthesis and transpiration. lock – a mechanism for keeping a door, lid, etc.,
fastened, typically operated only by a key of
a particular form. ♪♪ ( instrumental bridge ) monkey – a small to medium-sized primate that
typically has a long tail, most kinds of which live in
trees in tropical countries. mouse – a small rodent that typically has a pointed
snout, relatively large ears and
eyes, and a long tail. moon – the natural satellite of the earth, visible
(chiefly at night) by reflected light from the sun. milk – an opaque white fluid rich in fat and protein,
secreted by female mammals for the
nourishment of their young. nest – a structure or place made or chosen by a bird
for laying eggs and sheltering its young. nose – the part projecting above the mouth on the face
of a person or animal, containing the nostrils and
used for breathing and smelling. nail – a horny covering on the upper surface of the
tip of the finger and toe in humans
and other primates. needle – a very fine slender piece of metal with a
point at one end and a hole or eye for thread at the
other, used in sewing. owl – a nocturnal bird of prey with large
forward-facing eyes surrounded by facial disks, a
hooked beak, and typically a loud call. onion – an edible bulb with a pungent taste and smell,
composed of several concentric
layers, used in cooking. orange – a round juicy citrus fruit with a tough
bright reddish-yellow rind. ox – a domesticated bovine animal kept for milk or
meat; a cow or bull. peacock – a male peafowl, which has very long tail
feathers that have eyelike markings and that can be
erected and expanded in display like a fan. parrot – a bird, often vividly colored, with a short
down-curved hooked bill, grasping feet, and a raucous
voice, found especially in the tropics and feeding on
fruits and seeds. Many are popular as cage birds, and
some are able to mimic the human voice. pen – an instrument for writing or drawing with ink,
typically consisting of a metal nib or ball, or a
nylon tip, fitted into a metal or plastic holder. pineapple – a large juicy tropical fruit consisting of
aromatic edible yellow flesh surrounded by a tough
segmented skin and topped with a tuft of stiff leaves. queue – a line or sequence of people or vehicles
awaiting their turn to be attended to or to proceed. queen – the female ruler of an independent state,
especially one who inherits the position
by right of birth. question – a sentence worded or expressed so as to
elicit information. quick – moving fast or doing
something in a short time. rose – a prickly bush or shrub that typically bears
red, pink, yellow, or white fragrant flowers, native
to north temperate regions. Numerous hybrids and
cultivars have been developed and are widely
grown as ornamentals. rabbit – a burrowing, gregarious, plant-eating mammal
with long ears, long hind legs, and a short tail. rainbow – an arch of colors formed in the sky in
certain circumstances, caused by the refraction and
dispersion of the sun’s light by rain or other water
droplets in the atmosphere. road – a wide way leading from one place to another,
especially one with a specially prepared surface
that vehicles can use. school – an institution for
educating children. shirt – a garment for the upper body made of cotton or
a similar fabric, with a collar, sleeves, and
buttons down the front. ( silence ) ♪♪ ( music resumes ) sun – the star around which
the earth orbits. sea – the expanse of salt water that covers most of
the earth’s surface and surrounds its landmasses. temple – a building devoted to the worship, or
regarded as the dwelling place, of a god or gods or
other objects of religious reverence. tiger – a very large solitary cat with a yellow-brown
coat striped with black, native to the forests of Asia
but becoming increasingly rare. tea – a hot drink made by infusing the dried, crushed
leaves of the tea plant in boiling water. teacher – a person who teaches,
especially in a school. umbrella – a device consisting of a circular canopy of
cloth on a folding metal frame supported by a central
rod, used as protection against rain or sometimes sun. uniform – the distinctive clothing worn by members of
the same organization or body or by children
attending certain schools. utensil – an implement, container, or other article,
especially for household use. university – an educational institution designed for
instruction, examination, or both, of students in many
branches of advanced learning, conferring degrees in
various faculties, and often embodying colleges and
similar institutions. vegetable – a plant or part of a plant used as food,
typically as accompaniment to meat or fish, such as a
cabbage, potato, carrot, or bean. violin – a stringed musical instrument of treble
pitch, played with a horsehair bow. The classical
European violin was developed in the 16th century. It
has four strings and a body of characteristic rounded
shape, narrowed at the middle and with two
f-shaped sound holes. violet – a bluish-purple color seen at the end of the
spectrum opposite red. village – a group of houses and associated buildings,
larger than a hamlet and smaller than a town,
situated in a rural area. window – an opening in the wall or roof of a building
or vehicle that is fitted with glass or other
transparent material in a frame to admit light or air
and allow people to see out. watch – a small timepiece worn typically on a
strap on one’s wrist. wheel – a circular object that revolves on an axle and
is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it
to move easily over the ground. Christmas – the annual Christian festival celebrating
Christ’s birth, held on December 25 in
the Western Church. xylophone – a musical instrument played by striking a
row of wooden bars of graduated length with one or
more small wooden or plastic mallets. X-ray – a photographic or digital image of the
internal composition of something, especially a part
of the body, produced by X-rays being passed through
it and being absorbed to different degrees by
different materials. yellow – of the color between green and orange in the
spectrum, a primary subtractive color complementary to
blue; colored like ripe lemons or egg yolks. yoga – a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a
part of which, including breath control, simple
meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily
postures, is widely practiced for
health and relaxation. yo-yo – a toy consisting of a pair of joined discs
with a deep groove between them in which string is
attached and wound, which can be spun alternately
downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the
string unwinds and rewinds. zebra – an African wild horse with black-and-white
stripes and an erect mane. zoo – an establishment that maintains a collection of
wild animals, typically in a park or gardens, for
study, conservation, or display to the public. zero – no quantity or number;
naught; the figure 0. ♪♪ ( outro ) CAPTIONS COPYRIGHT 2015

28 thoughts on “Marathi Balgeet: ABCD Alphabets – Animated Song For Kids (2012)”

  1. The English subtitles which contain definitions for each alphabet word sure do help American viewers understand what's going on in the video; that was very smart of you to do it.

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