Before solving the question, letâ€™s first understand the rules of dice:

- If there is one element that is common in both dices also having the same surface then the remaining surface of both dice is opposite to each other.

- Below are the opposite surfaces:
- $3 \longrightarrow 1$
- $5 \longrightarrow 2$
- $4 \longrightarrow 6$

- If two numbers are the same in both dices whether their surface is not equal, then the remaining number of both dice are opposite to each other.

- Below are the opposite surfaces:

- If there is one element common in both the dices having different surfaces then rotate it in the clockwise direction to find out the opposite surface.

- Below are the opposite surfaces:
- $5 \longrightarrow 1$
- $4 \longrightarrow 6$

- $\textbf{Note:}$ After rotating in a clockwise direction $6 \& 4$ become the first appearance So these are opposite to each other. $5 \& 1$ appear in the second one So, these ones are opposite each other.

- The opposite surface of the open dice can be find by the below method:
- Alternate surfaces are opposite to each other.
- No two opposite surfaces are touched by side or by a corner

- Below are the opposite surfaces:
- $\text{M} \longrightarrow \text{Q}$
- $\text{N} \longrightarrow \text{R}$
- $\text{T} \longrightarrow \text{S}$

Now, let's solve the question.

Given original figure:

The black edge is perpendicular to the given line and the white shaded edge is parallel to the given line.

So, only option $\text{(D)}$ is possible.

Correct Answer $:\text{D}$