moral stories for children Shahanshah was a very just ruler. They put an hour for the entrance to the palace. Anyone who was complaining could play that hour so that he could hear the King’s voice and do justice.
In his state, justice was done with poor, rich, smallest. The law was equal to everyone in terms of the monarchy. The ruler used to judge the culprit with the penalty and innocent forgiveness. Many people used to bring their complaints in court in the court of princes for justice.
Shahnshah’s wife Noor Jehan was practicing archery one day. Noor Jahan started the arrows on some selected marks. While practicing an arrow Noor Jahan walked towards the river while driving in the air, which fell somewhere. After this, Noor Jahan returned to his palace.
In the meantime, the gesture on the entrance of the palace started sounding loud. The watchman saw that a sound was crying out with the successes.
He had placed a dead body on the ground and in his hand, there was a blood-stained arrow. The watchman took Durban near the King.
moral stories for children
Dhoban saluted Shahenshah and started praying for justice. He showed an arrow to the king, saying, ‘Hudhur, this arrow has killed my husband, made a widow and my children orphans.
Who will raise my children and my children now? ‘ If Shahanshah saw that arrow, he had a royal seal. Shahanshah understood that surely this tragedy of the incident was done by a man in a palace. He ordered the guard – who was doing the practice of archery on the day that this incident took place?
After getting the order of the king, the guard went to the palace and the truthful man came back in a little while and said, ‘Hujoor, Begum Sahib was practicing archery on that day.’ Shahanshah immediately called Noorjahan in the court. As soon as
When Nur Jahan was present in the court, the king said, giving a knife to his knife, and giving him to Dhoban, ‘You are a widow because of Nur Jahan, so you kill me with this knife and make widow a widow.
By doing so, you will get justice. ‘ Dhoban was very disgusted by the hearings of Shahanshah and said, ‘Miss, my husband will not be alive by killing you.
Then how can I do the sin of killing a just ruler like you? ‘ Upon hearing Dhoban, Shahanshah was very happy and provided funding from the state fund. Dhoban took financial help and went to his house thanking the king.
After Dhoban’s departure, Noorjahan said to the King, ‘You had really bought a lot of risks. If that woman followed your order, it would have been a great disaster. ‘ Shahanshah said, ‘If I die then that woman would get justice. One thing to remember, the law is equal to everyone. ‘
Education – This story gives us an education that there is no small one in the eyes of the law, but all are equal.
moral stories for children Story – 2
A jeweler was passing through a forest trail. He saw in the way A potter is sticking a big diamond in his asshole. Surprised. Seeing how foolish he is.
It does not know that these are millions of diamonds. And tied the neck to decorate the neck. He asked the potters Listen, these stones that you tied in the neck of the ass.
How much would it cost? Pumar said – Maharaj! What’s the price let on. You give it eight times. We had tied up like this that the donkey’s neck did not stop.
For the children, eight of the sweet sweets will be taken from the donkey. The children will be happy too. And perhaps even the ass that the burden of his throat has decreased. But the jeweler was the only jeweler. Surety She caught greed He said eight is only a little bit more. You take four of them to come.
The potter was also a bit faint. If he does not give up or if he does not give it, then come eight. Do not give up. If at least six come, give it. Otherwise, we will not sell The jeweler said – The stone itself is there.
There is no less to come. He thought he would give voice while walking a little distance. Went ahead But even after walking half-way, the potter did not give him the voice.
Then she thought. The thing got worn out Skipped Six takes it in the coming. So fine The jeweler came back and returned. But by then the bet was gone by hand. The ass was resting and standing. And the potter was in his work.
Jeweler asked – What happened? Where’s the stone? The potters said laughing – the king got a rupee. That stone The full eight visits have benefited. Sell you six for coming So how much was the deficit? And got your job done.
But the jeweler had sweat on the forehead. Her heart was sitting in her mind. Oh. Millions of diamonds I went out of hand because of my nonsense.
He said to the potter – fool! You’re a donkey’s ass. Knows. how much does that cost? She was of millions. And you sold it for Rs one rupee. Looks like a big treasure your hands.
That potter said – If I had not had a donkey, would I have so many precious stones tied around the neck of the donkey? But what do you say to me?
You also got the donkey’s asshole. You had to know that millions of diamonds have been diamond. And you were not ready to let him go. You are not ready to take even at the cost of stone.
If the person gets any item at half the price, then he will surely make a price for it. Because greed is in the heart of every person. Say no – thief go away from stealing, do not go by Myra ferry – The jeweler lost a good deal because of his greed.
If the life of religion is not known then its life is transformed into a donkey like that jeweler. Those who do not know are eligible for forgiveness. But who knows what to say to them?
moral stories for children STORY _ 3
The Loser Who Never Gave Up! When he was a little boy his uncle called him “Sparky”, after a comic-strip horse named Spark Plug. The school was all but impossible for Sparky.
He failed every subject in the eighth grade. He flunked physics in high school, getting a grade of zero. He also flunked Latin, algebra, and English. And his record in sports wasn’t any better.
Though he did manage to make the school’s golf team, he promptly lost the only important match of the season. Oh, there was a consolation match; he lost that too.
Throughout his youth, Sparky was awkward socially. It wasn’t that the other students disliked him; it’s just that no one really cared all that much. In fact, Sparky was astonished if a classmate ever said hello to him outside of school hours. There’s no way to tell how he might have done at dating.
He never once asked a girl out in high school. He was too afraid of being turned down… or perhaps laughed at. Sparky was a loser. He, his classmates… everyone knew it. So he learned to live with it. He made up his mind early that if things were meant to work out, they would. Otherwise, he would content himself with what appeared to be his inevitable mediocrity.
One thing WAS important to Sparky, however — drawing. He was proud of his artwork. No one else appreciated it. But that didn’t seem to matter to him. In his senior year of high school, he submitted some cartoons to the yearbook. The editors rejected the concept. Despite this brush-off, Sparky was convinced of his ability. He even decided to become an artist.
So, after completing high school, Sparky wrote Walt Disney Studios. They asked for samples of his artwork. Despite careful preparation, it too was rejected. One more confirmation that he was a loser.
But Sparky still didn’t give up. Instead, he decided to tell his own life story in cartoons. The main character would be a little boy who symbolized the perpetual loser and chronic underachiever. You know him well. Because Sparky’s cartoon character went on to become a cultural phenomenon of sorts.
People readily identified with this “lovable loser.” He reminded people of the painful and embarrassing moments from their own past, of their pain and their shared humanity.
The character soon became famous worldwide: “Charlie Brown.” And Sparky, the boy whose many failures never kept him from trying, whose work was rejected again and again,… is the highly successful cartoonist Charles Schultz. His cartoon strip, “Peanuts,” continues to inspire books, T-shirts and Christmas specials, reminding us, as someone once commented, that life somehow finds a way for all of us, even the losers.
Sparky’s story reminds us of a very important principle in life. We all face difficulty and discouragement from time to time. We also have a choice in how we handle it.
If we’re persistent if we hold fast to our faith if we continue to develop the unique talents God has given us, who knows what can happen? We may end up with an insight and an ability to inspire that comes only through hardship. In the end, there are no “losers” with God. Some winners just take longer to develop!
moral stories for children in English STORY – 4
Birbal’s Khichri On a cold winter day Akbar and Birbal took a walk along the lake. A thought came to Birbal that a man would do anything for money.
He expressed his feelings to Akbar. Akbar then put his finger into the lake and immediately removed it because he shivered with cold. Akbar said, “I don’t think a man would spend an entire night in the cold water of this lake for money.” Birbal replied, “I am sure I can find such a person.” Akbar then challenged Birbal into finding such a person and said that he would reward the person with a thousand gold coins.
Birbal searched far and wide until he found a poor man who was desperate enough to accept the challenge. The poor man entered the lake and Akbar had guards posted near him to make sure that he really did as promised.
The next morning the guards took the poor man to Akbar. Akbar asked the poor man if he had indeed spent the night in the lake. The poor man replied that he had. Akbar then asked the poor man how he managed to spend the night in the lake.
The poor man replied that there was a street lamp nearby and he kept his attention affixed on the lamp and away from the cold. Akbar then said that there would be no reward as the poor man had survived the night in the lake by the warmth of the street lamp. The poor man went to Birbal for help.
￼ The next day, Birbal did not go to court. The king wondering where he was, sent a messenger to his home. The messenger came back saying that Birbal would come once his Khichri(Rice) was cooked.
The king waited hours but Birbal did not come. Finally, the king decided to go to Birbal’s house and see what he was up to.
He found Birbal sitting on the floor near some burning twigs and a bowl filled with Khichri(Rice) hanging five feet above the fire. The king and his attendants couldn’t help but laugh.
Akbar then said to Birbal “How can the Khichri(Rice) be cooked if it so far away from the fire?”
Birbal answered, “The same way the poor man received heat from a street lamp that was more than a furlong away.”
The King understood his mistake and gave the poor man his reward.
moral stories for children STORY – 5 moral stories for children
The Fox and the Grapes One afternoon, a fox was walking through the forest and spotted a bunch of grapes hanging from a lofty branch. “Just the thing to quench my thirst,” said the fox.
Taking a few steps back, the fox jumped and just missed the hanging grapes. Again, the fox took a few paces back and tried to reach them, but still failed.
Short StoriesFinally, giving up, the fox turned up his nose and said, “They’re probably sour anyway.” Then he walked away.
MORAL: IT’S EASY TO DESPISE WHAT YOU CANNOT HAVE.
A note about the story
The ‘Fox and the Grapes’ is often cited as an example of cognitive dissonance: the discomfort people experience when their beliefs/actions are at odds with other beliefs/actions.
In the story, the fox sees some grapes on a vine and wants to eat them. He tries to jump up, but cannot reach them because they are too high.
When he realizes he will not be able to eat any grapes, the fox becomes disdainful; he tells himself that those grapes were sour and not worthy of desire anyway.
moral stories for children STORY -6
Real Winners Don’t Give Up! This is a true story of a young woman who went through the most gruesome fire. When you read her story, you’ll realize that your trials are absolutely nothing compared to what this young girl went through.
Along the way, four men met them. They were carrying long knives. They told her uncle to face down on the ground, and they hacked him on the neck and killed him.
But they weren’t listening. With a long knife, a man slashed her on the neck too.
Maricel fell to the ground and lost consciousness.
When she woke up, she saw a lot of blood. She also saw the feet of the men around her, but she pretended to be dead.
When they walked away, Maricel ran back home. But along the way, she saw that both her hands were falling off. Because the men hacked them too. She cried but she kept running.
Sometimes, she would faint and fall to the ground. But she’d regain consciousness and run again.
Here was the problem: From her house to the highway, it was a 12-kilometer walk. It took them 4 hours just to reach the highway.
Maricel barely survived. And she lost both of her hands.
Ironically, the next day was Maricel’s birthday. She was 12 years old.
But the tragedy didn’t end there. When they went home, they saw their home was gone. It was ransacked and burned down by the goons.
Being very poor, Maricel’s family also didn’t have P50,000 for their hospital bills.
But God sent many angels along the way to help them.
Archbishop Antonio Ledesma, a distant relative, paid for hospital bills and helped them bring the criminals to court. They were sentenced to prison.
Today, she’s staying with the nuns at Regina Rosarii with Sr. Eppie Brasil, O.P.
But this is an incredible miracle. Instead of staying down, Maricel kept running.
Instead of cursing God why she had no hands, she now uses her wrists in incredible ways that will boggle your mind.
Maricel was cited as the most industrious, best in a computer, and most courteous in the School for Crippled Children.
In 2008, she graduated from a course in Hotel and Restaurant Management. She even received a Gold medal for Arts and Crafts.
In 2011, she finished her education to be a chef. Yes, a Chef without hands.
Nothing can stop this young lady from reaching her dreams.
The little country schoolhouse was heated by an old-fashioned, pot-bellied coal stove. A little boy had the job of coming to school early each day to start the fire and warm the room before his teacher and his classmates arrived.
One morning they arrived to find the schoolhouse engulfed in flames. They dragged the unconscious little boy out of the flaming building more dead than alive. He had major burns over the lower half of his body and was taken to a nearby county hospital.
From his bed, the dreadfully burned, semi-conscious little boy faintly heard the doctor talking to his mother. The doctor told his mother that her son would surely die – which was for the best, really – for the terrible fire had devastated the lower half of his body.
But the brave boy didn’t want to die. He made up his mind that he would survive. Somehow, to the amazement of the physician, he did survive.
Once more the brave boy made up his mind. He would not be a cripple. He would walk. But unfortunately, from the waist down, he had no motor ability. His thin legs just dangled there, all but lifeless.
Ultimately he was released from the hospital. Every day his mother would massage his little legs, but there was no feeling, no control, nothing. Yet his determination that he would walk was as strong as ever.
When he wasn’t in bed, he was confined to a wheelchair. One sunny day his mother wheeled him out into the yard to get some fresh air. This day, instead of sitting there, he threw himself from the chair. He pulled himself across the grass, dragging his legs behind him.
He worked his way to the white picket fence bordering their lot. With great effort, he raised himself up on the fence. Then, stake by stake, he began dragging himself along the fence, resolved that he would walk. He started to do this every day until he wore a smooth path all around the yard beside the fence. There was nothing he wanted more than to develop life in those legs.
He began to walk to school, then to run to school, to run for the sheer joy of running. Later in college, he made the track team.
Still later in Madison Square Garden this young man who was not expected to survive, who would surely never walk, who could never hope to run – this determined young man, Dr. Glenn Cunningham, ran the world’s fastest mile**!
moral stories for children STORY – 8
A Beautiful True Love One day, a young guy and a young girl fell in love.
So the young man decided not only to court the girl but to court her parents as well. In time, the parents saw that he was a good man and was worthy of their daughter’s hand.
But there was another problem: The man was a soldier. Soon, war broke out and he was being sent overseas for a year. The week before he left, the man knelt on his knee and asked his lady love, “Will you marry me?” She wiped a tear, said yes, and they were engaged. They agreed that when he got back in one year, they would get married.
But tragedy struck. A few days after he left, the girl had a major vehicular accident. It was a head-on collision.
When she woke up in the hospital, she saw her father and mother crying. Immediately, she knew there was something wrong.
She later found out that she suffered from a brain injury. The part of her brain that controlled her face muscles was damaged. Her once lovely face was now disfigured. She cried as she saw herself in the mirror. “Yesterday, it was beautiful. Today, I’m a monster.” Her body was also covered with so many ugly wounds.
Right there and then, she decided to release her fiancé from their promise. She knew he wouldn’t want her anymore. She would forget about him and never see him again.
For one year, the soldier wrote many letters—but she wouldn’t answer. He phoned her many times but she wouldn’t return her calls.
But after one year, the mother walked into her room and announced, “He’s back from the war.”
The girl shouted, “No! Please don’t tell him about me. Don’t tell him I’m here!”
The mother said, “He’s getting married,” and handed her a wedding invitation.
The girl’s heart sank. She knew she still loved him—but she had to forget him now.
With great sadness, she opened the wedding invitation.
And then she saw her name on it!
Confused, she asked, “What is this?”
The girl covered her face with her hands and said, “I’m ugly!”
The man said, “Without your permission, your mother sent me your photos. When I saw your photos, I realized that nothing has changed. You’re still the person I fell in love with. You’re still as beautiful as ever. Because I love you!”
The Thirsty Crow One hot day, a thirsty crow flew all over the fields looking for water. For a long time, he could not find any. He felt very weak, almost lost all hope. Suddenly, he saw a water jug below the tree. He flew straight down to see if there was any water inside. Yes, he could see some water inside the jug!
The crow tried to push his head into the jug. Sadly, he found that the neck of the jug was too narrow. Then he tried to push the jug to tilt for the water to flow out but the jug was too heavy.
The crow thought hard for a while. Then looking around it, he saw some pebbles. he suddenly had a good idea. he started picking up the pebbles one by one, dropping each into the jug. As more and more pebbles filled the jug, the water level kept rising. Soon it was high enough for the crow to drink. His plan had worked!
Moral: Think and work hard, you may find a solution to any problem.
moral stories for children STORY – 10
The Miracle of Love Like any good mother, when Karen found out that another baby was on the way, she did what she could to help her 3-year-old son, Michael, prepare for a new sibling.
The new baby was going be a girl, and day after day, night after night, Michael sang to his sister in Mommy’s tummy. He was building a bond of love with his little sister before he even met her.
The pregnancy progressed normally for Karen, an active member of the Creek United Methodist Church in Morristown, Tennessee, USA.
In time, the labor pains came. Soon it was every five minutes, every three, every minute. But serious complications arose during delivery and Karen found herself in hours of labor.
Finally, after a long struggle, Michael’s little sister was born. But she was in very serious condition. With a siren howling in the night, the ambulance rushed the infant to the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Mary’s Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee.
The days inched by. The little girl got worse. The pediatrician had to tell the parents there was very little hope. Be prepared for the worst. Karen and her husband contacted a local cemetery about a burial plot. They had fixed up a special room in their house for their new baby they found themselves having to plan for a funeral.
Michael, however, kept begging his parents to let him see his sister. “I want to sing to her,” he kept saying.
Week two in intensive care looked as if a funeral would come before the week was over. Michael kept nagging about singing to his sister, but kids are never allowed in Intensive Care.
Karen decided to take Michael whether they liked it or not. If he didn’t see his sister right then, he may never see her alive. She dressed him in an oversized scrub suit and marched him into ICU. He looked like a walking laundry basket.
The head nurse recognized him as a child and bellowed, “Get that kid out of here now. No children are allowed.”
The mother rose up strong in Karen and the usually mild-mannered lady glared steel-eyed right into the head nurse’s eyes, her lips a firm line, “He is not leaving until he sings to his sister.”
Then Karen towed Michael to his sister’s bedside. He gazed at the tiny infant losing the battle to live. After a moment, he began tossing. In the pure-hearted voice of a 3-year-old, Michael sang:
“You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are gray.”
Instantly the baby girl seemed to respond. The pulse rate began to calm down and became steady.
“Keep on singing, Michael,” encouraged Karen with tears in her eyes.
“You never know, dear, how much I love you, please don’t take my sunshine away.”
As Michael sang to his sister, the baby’s ragged, strained breathing became as smooth as a kitten’s purr. “Keep on singing, sweetheart.”
“The other night, dear, as I lay sleeping, I dreamed I held you in my arms”.
Michael’s little sister began to relax as rest, healing rest, seemed to sweep over her. “Keep singing, Michael.” Tears had now conquered the face of the bossy head nurse. Karen glowed.
“You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. Please don’t take my sunshine away…”
The next day,…the very next day the …the little girl was well enough to go home.
moral stories for children STORY – 10
Long ago, there were 6 blind men living in a village. One day the villagers told them, “Hey, the elephant has come here in the village today.” He had just heard of elephants till today but never touched by feeling it touched.
They decided, “Even if we can not see the elephant, but today we can all feel and feel it?” And then they all went towards the place where elephants came.
Everyone began to touch the elephant.
“I understand, the elephant is like a pillar”, the first person touched the elephant’s feet and said.
“Oh no, the elephant is like a rope.” Another person said catching the tail.
“I tell you, this is like a tree trunk.”, The third person said holding the whisper.
“What are you talking about, the elephant is like a fan of a big hand.” The fourth person explained the ear to everyone.
“No-no, it’s like a wall.”, The fifth person said, keeping his hand on the stomach.
“It is not like that, the elephant is like a hard tube.”, The sixth person kept his point.
And then all began to argue among themselves and began to prove themselves right .. their debate became intense and it seemed that they would fight in their midst.
Only then was there an intelligent person passing by. He stopped and asked him, “What’s the matter, why are you all quarreling?”
“We are not able to decide what the elephant looks like.” He answered.
And then, in turn, they explained their point to the person.
The wise man listened to everything calmly and said, “You are all right in your place. The difference in your description is because you all touch different parts of the elephant
But, whatever you tell the people if you are seen, they are right for the description of all elephants. ”
” good !! It’s like that. “Everyone responded simultaneously. There was no controversy after that, and all were happy that they were telling all the truth.
moral stories for children STORY 11 short stories with moral values
An old man left the city to live in his son and daughter-in-law. At this age of age, he was very weak, his hands shivered and lowered.
She used to live in a small house, the whole family and her four-year-old grandson ate dinner at the dinner table. But due to the old age, the person had a lot of problems with eating.
Once the peas came out of their spoon and split on the floor, sometimes the milk was boiled and then fell on the tablecloth.
His son and daughter-in-law continued to bear all these for a couple of days but now they became angry with their father’s work. “We have to do something like this”, the boy said.
The daughter-in-law also met yes and said, “How long will we continue to enjoy their eating habits due to them, and we can not see things being lost in this way.”
The next day when it was time to eat, the son put an old table in the corner of the room, now the old father had to sit alone and eat his meal.
Even a wooden bowl was replaced in place of their food utensils so that no more utensils can be broken. The rest of the people sit in comfortably as before and they sometimes appear tears in their eyes when they look at the elderly. Seeing this, the mind of the daughter-in-law and the son of that old age does not melt, they speak many things on their smallest mistake. The boy sitting there watched with all this great attention and remained cool in himself.
Before eating one night, that little child was seen by his parents sitting on the ground doing something, “What are you making?” Father asked,
The child replied with innocence, “Hey, I am making a wooden bowl for you so that when I grow up you can eat it.”, And he got back in his work.
But this thing had a great effect on her parents, not one word came out from her mouth and eyes started flowing through tears.
Both of them had understood without saying that now what they have to do. That night, he brought his old father back to the dinner table, and never again behaved indecently with them.
moral stories for children story 12 good moral stories
Once a farmer became angry with God! Sometimes floods may occur, sometimes it will get dry, sometimes sunlight becomes very fast, then it will get wet again.
Each time its crop becomes a little worse due to some reason! One day, with great difficulty, he said to God, see Lord, you are divine, but you do not know much about farming, it is a prayer that gives me a year, as I wish it is the season, then you see how I will fill the food reserves! God smiles and said okay, as I will give you the same weather, I will not interfere!
The farmer sowed the wheat crop when the sun wanted, then the sun came, when water was water! Heavy sunshine, hail, floods, storms, he did not even come, the crop increased over time and the happiness of the farmer because such a crop had not happened till today! The farmer thought his mind now. Now we will know how to do God’s crops, we are worried for so many years that we have harassed the farmers.
The harvest time came too, the farmer was proudly harvesting the harvest, but as soon as the harvest started, he sat down with his hands on the chest! There was no wheat in a single bowl of wheat, all the earrings were empty from inside, being sad and sad, he said to God, What is this Lord?
Then God said, “It was meant to happen, you did not give a slight chance to fight the plants. Nor did they allow them to sunbathe in strong sunlight, or to fight against the hailstorm, did not let them feel any kind of challenge, that is why all the plants remained empty, when a storm comes, there is heavy rain, wet fall, He stands by force, he struggles to save his existence, and the force that is born from this struggle gives him power, gives energy, promotes his vitality. For the fire, it has to undergo challenges such as tension, hammer, and bloom, only then its golden aura emerges, makes it precious! ”
If there is no conflict in life, in the same way, if there is no challenge, then the person remains hollow, there is no virtue in it! These are the same challenges that the person gives sharpening to the sword, makes him strong and intelligent, if you want to be brilliant then you have to accept the challenges, otherwise, we will remain hollow. If life is to become intense, to become brilliant, then it will have to face conflicts and challenges!
moral stories for children STORY 13 moral stories with pictures
There was a cock in one of the forests with hundreds of relatives. He was far bigger and more powerful than other cats. A wild cat lived in the same forest.
He had killed many relatives of the chicken and got chopped. His eyesight was now on that fat rooster. Even if he tried many, he could not catch it.
By the way, he energized and one day came under the tree on which the cock was sitting. The cat said, “O chicken! I love you, I’m fascinated by your beauty, your wings and crevices are very attractive. Please accept your wife and come down immediately, so that I can serve you.
The cock was big intelligent. he said:-
“O cat! You are four feet
Find someone else on
Because you are
Never had a
Birds and wild animals. ”
When the cat wanted to lure the chicken again, the chicken told him,
“O Cat Thou Of My Relatives
Drank blood For you also in my mind
There is no pity. Why you again
Is there a desire to be my wife? ”
The cat is in the place of hearing the harsh truth from the mouth of the poultry and the shame of being rejected by himself Immediately depart from, and never again seen around that tree.
moral stories for children STORY _14 short stories for kids pdf
Someone ever gave a haughty monk to donate a leather dhoti which by wearing it, the monk started to explain himself superior to other monks.
One day he was walking on the same garment and going for a begging. On the way, he found a large wild sheep. She went backward and started flicking her head down.
The sadhus understood that he was determined to bow to the sheep because he was a great sage; Who had leather clothes.
A businessman remotely cautioned the sadhu, saying: “O Brahmin! Do not make-believe that you are an animal; They go back to their fall and turn back and attack them.”
As told by the passer-by, the wild sheep attacked the monk with his fangs horn and dropped it down. The sage burst into tears and in a moment he broke his breath.
moral stories for children STORY -15 short stories in English for students
Varanasi was once a gardener in the king’s garden. He was kind and he had kept the monkeys in the garden as well. The monkey was graceful and grateful.
Once a religious festival was celebrated in Varanasi. He also wanted to join the gathering of seven days. Hence he called the king of monkeys to him and urged him to water the plants in his absence.
The king of monkeys gladly accepted his statement. When Mali went from the garden, he called all his monkeys together and ordered them to give water to the plants.
At the same time, he also explained to them that the Bandar caste is grateful to that gardener, so he should use minimal water, as the gardener had gathered water with great diligence.
Therefore, he advised them to measure the depth of the roots of the plants and water them. Monkeys did the same. Consequently, the monkeys completely destroyed the entire garden in a moment.
Only a wise passenger passing through it advised them not to do such a thing and do not waste the plants. Then he murmured and said – “Whenever you want to do good, the fool becomes just evil ..”
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