Once there was an honest king who was growing older day by day. Therefore, he decided to elect his successor who could, further, rule the subjects of his town. He called all the youngters of his town and handed in seeds to them one by one. Having given them the seeds, he told them to
Once there was a Lawyer who had successfully won a difficult law case for his rich friend. Having won the case, the friend invited the lawyer to express his gratitude. He handed him a leather wallet which was extremely costly and imported from abroad. When the lawyer looked at the wallet he was taken aback.
Once there was a young of lion (cub) which wanted to stand on its feet and learn hunting as soon as possible. Its mother would take it to the forests and often taught it how to attack, defend, hunt and every other intricate detail of hunting an animal.
Once there was a king who lived his life lavishly & cherished all his moments. He had a dewan that always stayed with him round the clock in all his ups and downs & kept his all aspirations and needs in mind.
Once there was a fatherless child who was always mocked by his friends due to his mother who was not only poor but also blind. They would call his mother 'blind' again and again which humiliated him in front of them.
Once there was a king who had immense faith in one of his ministers. He would consult that minister all the times before he took any decision. One day, he cut off his finger while sharpening his sword, he went to his minister and showed him the injured finger.
Once there was a father who loved his son a lot. He was a teacher by profession and usually remained busy in his school's work but never forgot to pay attention to his only son. One day,while he was teaching his son at home, a crow came and sat on thier roof's top. The son
Once there was a businessman who only remained busy all the time in minting (earning excessively)money. He was well-settled, good looking and a pleasing personality but his only dream was to be the richest man of his city therefore he worked round the clock.
Once there was a woodcutter who was unemployed for many years. He would walk from post to pillar in search of job but all went in vain. It was being impossible for him to earn two square meals per day and to feed his family.