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    THE DOG AND THE BONE

    Once upon a time, there lived a stray dog in a small town. One day, the dog got a juicy bone from a butcher’s shop. All excited, he picked it up and looked for a secluded place to enjoy it at ease. He ran to a nearby river side to enjoy the bone all by himself. As he was chewing the bone, he happened to look down into the river. The dog was quite surprised as he saw his own reflection in the river. He mistook it for another dog with a juicy bone in its mouth. The greedy dog wanted to snatch that bone also. So, he opened his…

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    THE ANT AND THE ELEPHANT

    Once upon a time, there lived a huge elephant in a jungle. He was arrogant and always underestimated animals smaller than him. In the same jungle, there lived a family of ants. Every morning, they would go in search of food and on their way back, they would always see the elephant troubling other animals. One day, when the ant family was coming back collecting their food, the elephant sprayed a trunk full of water on them. “You shouldn’t hurt others like this” cried one of the ants. “Shut up you, tiny ant ! Keep quiet or I will crush you to death” said the elephant angrily. The poor ant…

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    THE PEACOCK AND THE CRANE

    Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful peacock in the woods. The peacock was very proud of its beauty. It would always flaunt its beautiful feathers and make fun of other birds. One day, the peacock met a crane on the bank of a lake. He said to the crane with a sneer “what a colourless bird you are! Your feathers look grey and dusty.  Look at my gorgeous feathers robed in the glory of the rainbow. I look so majestic” “Yes, you are beautiful. But I don’t envy you at all” said the crane “What? Don’t lie” said the peacock surprisingly. “I can fly up in the sky…

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    THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE

    In a dense forest, a tortoise lived near a speedy hare. The hare was very proud of his swiftness. He would often make fun of the tortoise for his slow pace. Tired of getting insulted, the tortoise challenged the hare for a race. The hare laughed at the tortoise and said “A race? What a joke? I can beat anyone in this forest in a race.”  The hare accepted the challenge and they decided to have the race on a fine sunny day. On the day of the race, all the animals gathered to watch the race. The race started. The hare ran very fast and soon left the tortoise…

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    THE BEAR AND THE TWO FRIENDS

    Once upon a time, two friends were on a journey through a forest. As they entered the deeper part of the forest they were gripped with fear.  They promised each other that they will stick together in case of any trouble and will help each other in whatever way they can. All of a sudden they saw a large bear approaching them. They both got scared. Seeing the bear very near to them one of the friends quickly climbed up a nearby tall tree without bothering to help the other friend. The other friend didn’t know how to climb a tree. Soon, he threw himself on the ground.  He closed…

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    THE ANT AND THE DOVE

    One day, an ant came to the bank of a river to drink some water. While trying to drink water from the river, she slipped and fell into the river. The force of the river was sweeping the ant away. Just then, a dove spotted the struggling ant. The dove quickly plucked a leaf and threw it into the water near the struggling ant. The ant climbed onto it and floated back to the shore safely. On reaching back to the bank of the river, the ant thanked the dove for saving his life. A few days later, the ant saw a hunter aiming his gun at the dove sitting…

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    THE HORSE AND THE DONKEY

    Once upon a time there lived a washer man named Bheema. He had a donkey and a horse. The donkey carried clothes to the pond and back to his house. The horse carried Bheema to the market and back, occasionally. The donkey worked much harder than the horse. On a bright sunny day, Bheema was going to the pond with donkey. He took the horse along to give it a drink of water. The donkey was carrying a heavy load of clothes. The horse was carrying nothing. The load was unusually heavy and the donkey’s back was hurting. When the pain became unbearable the donkey said to the horse, “This…

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    THE GOLDEN EGG

    Haria, a poor barber lived alone in his small hut. He was dedicated to his work. And whatever he earns was enough to fulfill his needs. One evening, after returning from work, Haria was hungry. “What shall I cook tonight?” he thought. Just then he heard a hen clucking outside his hut. “That hen would make a great feast for me,” thought Haria and prepared to catch the hen. With a little effort he was able to catch the hen. As he was about to kill the hen, it squeaked, “Please do not kill me, O kind man! I will help you.” Haria stopped. Though he was surprised that the…

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    THE FOX AND THE CROW

     A Fox once saw a Crow fly off with a piece of cheese in its beak and settle on a branch of a tree.      “That’s for me, as I am a Fox,” said Master Reynard, and he walked up to the foot of the tree.      “Good day, Mistress Crow,” he cried. “How well you are looking today, how glossy your feathers, how bright your eyes. I feel sure your voice must surpass that of other birds, just as your figure does. Let me hear but one song from you that I may greet you as the Queen of Birds.”      The Crow lifted up her head and began…

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    THE MISER AND HIS GOLD

    An old miser lived in a house with a garden. The miser hid his gold coins in a pit under some stones in the garden. Every day, before going to bed, the miser went to the stones where he hid the gold and counted the coins. He continued this routine every day, but not once did he spend the gold he saved. One day, a thief who knew the old miser’s routine, waited for the old man to go back into his house. After it was dark, the thief went to the hiding place and took the gold. The next day, the old miser found that his treasure was missing…