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The stories will teach you a lot and give you a wonderful experience. You can share them with your friends and family and these moral stories will be very useful for your kids or younger siblings. Whenever there is a mention of stories, then children are also definitely mentioned, this is because stories are mainly liked by children the most. These stories are the only medium through which they definitely get new inspiration and at the same time, they get a lesson to live life in the right way.
The stories that young children like very much which they listen to from their Grandfather, Grandmother, Nana, and Nani. Children also learn from these stories and they also enjoy listening to them. Really these small and big Moral Stories in Hindi are very inspirational for all the children. At the same time, there is always some learning from them in the end. That’s why everyone always likes Hindi stories, whether it is small or big.
Kids Stories in English
1. The Lion and the Mouse
A lion was once sleeping in the jungle when a mouse started running up and down his body just for fun. This disturbed the lion’s sleep, and he woke up quite angry. He was about to eat the mouse when the mouse desperately requested the lion to set him free. “I promise you, I will be of great help to you someday if you save me.” The lion laughed at the mouse’s confidence and let him go.
One day, a few hunters came into the forest and took the lion with them. They tied him up against a tree. The lion was struggling to get out and started to whimper. Soon, the mouse walked past and noticed the lion in trouble. Quickly, he ran and gnawed on the ropes to set the lion free. Both of them sped off into the jungle.
Moral of the Story – A small act of kindness can go a long way.
2. Count Wisely
One day, king Akbar asked a question in his court that left everyone in the courtroom puzzled. As they all tried to figure out the answer, Birbal walked in and asked what the matter was. They repeated the question to him.
The question was, “How many crows are there in the city?”
Birbal immediately smiled and went up to Akbar. He announced the answer; he said there were twenty-one thousand, five hundred and twenty-three crows in the city. When asked how he knew the answer, Birbal replied, “Ask your men to count the number of crows. If there are more, then the relatives of the crows must be visiting them from nearby cities. If there are fewer, then the crows from our city must be visiting their relatives who live outside the city.” Pleased with the answer, Akbar presented Birbal with a ruby and pearl chain.
Moral of the Story – Having an explanation for your answer is just as important as having an answer.
3. The Tale of the Pencil
A boy named Raj was upset because he had done poorly in his English test. He was sitting in his room when his grandmother came and comforted him. His grandmother sat beside him and gave him a pencil. Raj looked at his grandma puzzled, and said he didn’t deserve a pencil after his performance in the test.
His grandma explained, “You can learn many things from this pencil because it is just like you. It experiences a painful sharpening, just the way you have experienced the pain of not doing well on your test. However, it will help you be a better student. Just as all the good that comes from the pencil is from within itself, you will also find the strength to overcome this hurdle. And finally, just as this pencil will make its mark on any surface, you too shall leave your mark on anything you choose to.” Raj was immediately consoled and promised himself that he would do better.
Moral of the Story – We all have the strength to be who we wish to be.
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