एक माणूस त्याच्या घरात एक मुंगूस पकडतो आणि त्याला मारू इच्छितो. मुंगूस तर्क करतो की चूंकि तो उंदिर मारतो, तेव्हा तो मनुष्याचे कपडे आणि धान्य वाचवतो. पुढे काय होते? अधिक जाणून घ्या.
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About this story:
A very long time ago, before man came along to upset the natural balance, all animals lived together peacefully. But in those days, none of the animals had heads of their own, except the elephant, who was the King of the animals. He had a large collection of heads in all shapes and sizes, which he kept stored in a large cave. Every time an animal wished to leave the village compound to go out into the field or the bush, he would go to the elephant first and ask to borrow a head. On his return to the animal village the head would be returned to the king’s store. This worked very well for a time. The only problem was that there were not quite enough heads for all the animals. There always seemed to be one short, so at least one of the animals always had to stay behind in the village.
Eventually some of the animals became dissatisfied that every time they wanted to go out, they had to waste time to collect a head and then return it again. The King agreed to have a meeting and it was decided that each animal should be given its own head to keep for all time. The King started making all the arrangements, assisted by his secretary, the crab, and when all was ready and all the heads were lined up in the village square, he sent out the cockerel, who had been given a head for this purpose, to announce that all animals should come to the square so that the King could give them a head.
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This delightful story from Jataka Tales collection is a story of how the friendship between a King’s favourite elephant and a stray dog is affected by the greed of one man. But will a wise minister’s advice to the King be able to reunite the separated friends?
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Story was narrated by Sheerali Biju and produced by gaatha story.
The story goes as follows:
Once upon a time, there was a royal elephant that used to reside in the premises of the king’s palace. The elephant was very dear to the king, so he was cared, well-fed and well-treated. There was a Dog who used to live in the neighborhood of the Elephant shed. He was very weak and skinny. He was always fascinated by the smell of the rich sweet rice being fed to the royal elephant.
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चूक त्या मांजराचीच ही गोष्ट ऐक्णया साठी ख़ाली क्लिक करा एक लहान मुलगा अभ्यास करत नाही, आणि तो आपलया टीचर ला समजावतो की त्यमागे एक… Click here »The Cat is Responsible (Marathi) चूक त्या मांजराचीच
Listen to this story by clicking below. इस कहानी को सुनने के लिए नीचे click करें इस कहानी के बारे में About the Tale Kauva,… Click here »हितोपदेश कथा – कौवा, हिरन और गीदड़ Kauva, Hiran Aur Geedad