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Old Farmer and his Four Sons.

Once there was a farmer. He was an old man. He had four sons. They were very selfish. They always quarrelled with one another. He was worried about his sons. He was on his death bed. He wanted to teach them a lesson. He asked them to live in unity but in vain.

He asked asked his son to bring a bundle of sticks. He called his sons one by one and asked them to break the bundle. None could do that. then he ordered his son to untie the bundle. Now each one of them could break the stick easily. He advice his sons to live like a bundle of sticks in unity. If they quarrelled the people would harm them. The sons promised to live united. The old farmer was happy on this change in his sons.

Moral : Union is strength.

The Greedy Dog.

Once There was a dog. He was very hungry. He wandered here and there in search of food. He found a piece of bread. He picked the piece of bread and go to home. There was a bridge on the way to his home. When he started crossing it he saw his reflection in the water. The dog thought that there was another dog with a bread in water. he wanted to snatch the piece of bread from him. So he started barking at his reflection. As he opened his mouth to bark at him, his own piece fell down into the water. The greedy dog lost his own bread.

Moral : Do not be greedy or Greed is a curse.


The Lion and the Mouse.

Once a lion was sleeping in a jungle under a shady tree. A mouse lived in a hole nearby. the mouse came out of its hole and began to move up and down on the body of the lion. The lion woke up from his sleep. he grew angry and caught the mouse to kill it. The mouse prayed for his life and said, “Please spare my life. I will pay back your kindness.” The lion set the mouse free.

Once the lion was caught in a net. he began to roar. The little mouse heard his roar and came there. He saw the lion in a net. He cut the strings of the net with his sharp teeth. The lion was free. he thanked the little mouse for timely help.

Moral : Do good, have good


‘Navratri’ meaning ‘nine nights’ is a significant Hindu festival, which is celebrated twice a year – ‘Chaitra’ or ‘Vasant Navratri’ (March-April), and ‘Sharad Navratri’ (October-November). Both the celebrations center on the worship of Goddess Shakti. These nine days have great religious significance as Goddess Durga, which literally means the remover of miseries of life. She is also referred to as “Devi” (goddess) or “Shakti” (energy or power). Maa Durga the divine mother had destroyed the evil force (in the form of the demon Mahishasura) during this period.

This festival is a symbol of women’s power to destroy the evil and safe the society and religion from these evil forces. This festival is celebrated with true devotion and purity all over the country. People from various sections of the society irrespective of caste and creed celebrate this festival by visiting temples and offering pujas at the Mother’s feet.

Navratri Legends

According to a very popular legend, Mahishasura, the mighty demon worshipped Lord Shiva and obtained invincible power. Soon, he started killing the innocent lives on earth and set out to win the seven lokas. He acquired the swarglok. Nobody could save the living creatures from his tyranny. Even the three mighty gods of the Hindu Trinity – Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva – were unable to defeat him. Therefore, all the gods, including the Hindu Trinity, united their supreme powers and created a divine being called Ma Shakti or Durga, the Warrior Goddess. Equipped with lethal weapons and riding a ferocious lion, the Goddess in all her awesome majesty, destroyed the evil one without much ado. The 10th day, on which the goddess killed Mahishasura, is celebrated as Dussheraor Vijayadashami as the victory of good over evil. Navratri is celebrated to commemorate her victory over the demon, which symbolizes the victory of the good over the evil. The nine nights of Navratri symbolize the nine nights of the war between Goddess Durga and Mahishasura.

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