short moral stories
Champi the Cheat
Whenever Kitty went to the market with a pot-full of butter, the kids of Gopalvan used to run behind her asking for some butter. Kitty used to give some butter to each one of them.
The Finder Of Lost Things
Wily Wolf was a lazy fellow. He didn't like to work hard and took up small jobs now and then for a living. He often wondered what he could do to augment his income without having to work too hard.
Bony Monkey’s Stupendous Act
There had been no rain in Champakvan for many days. Bony Monkey was oblivious to everything that was happening around him. He was engrossed with his inventions in a cave.
King of the Muck
One day, Cheeku was sitting near a mucky pond. He was happily enjoying carrots when he saw Baddy coming towards him. He did not have enough time to escape. So he thought of an alternate plan.
Soni Deer was very superstitious. She believed in rituals and would spend all her free time performing rituals. Well, she had been having some tough times lately.
The Clever Turtle
One morning, when the young turtles were playing, as usual, a vixen came to the riverside. She spotted the young turtles laughing and playing. The vixen's mouth began to water.
UNITY IS STRENGTH
Day by day, Ricky continued to give the ants a hard time. He had now started coming near the anthill for food. He stood there and kept a watch over the ants.
For the first time ever a train will run in Pitara jungle. Soon Google express became very popular, and animals from the other jungles also started flocking to Pitara for a ride.
Sonu learned that power of unity is unconquerable and underestimating others creates a delusional self.
And the Fire Began to Burn
Mushakvan didn't know about the fire. It was getting very cold, and the mice didn't dare to get out of their holes.
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