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Once upon a time, there lived a Brahmin. He was very lazy and he did not do any chores but only slept all day. One day, a hermit visited the Brahmin. The Brahmin was very kind to the hermit. Impressed by this, the hermit asked the Brahmin for his wish. The lazy Brahmin immediately wished for a person who could do all his daily tasks so that he need not work at all. The hermit granted the wish. A huge giant appeared in front and demanded work. However, the hermit granted the wish with a condition. Watch the story to know what the condition was. Find out how the Brahmin's wife makes him realize the consequences of laziness and how the Brahmin gets saved from the giant. "Subscribe to this channel and stay tuned: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=rajshrikids Like our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/rajshrikids Follow us on g+: https://plus.google.com/+rajshrikids"
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The Lion and the Mouse bedtime story for kids. Please Subscribe: https://goo.gl/qND9BT The Lion and the Mouse is one of Aesop's Fables, numbered 150 in the Perry Index. There are also Eastern variants of the story, all of which demonstrate mutual dependence regardless of size or status. In the Renaissance the fable was provided with a sequel condemning social ambition. The fable in literature In the oldest versions, a lion threatens a mouse that wakes him from sleep. The mouse begs forgiveness and makes the point that such unworthy prey would bring the lion no honour. The lion then agrees and sets the mouse free. Later, the lion is netted by hunters. Hearing it roaring, the mouse remembers its clemency and frees it by gnawing through the ropes. The moral of the story is that mercy brings its reward and that there is no being so small that it cannot help a greater. Later English versions reinforce this by having the mouse promise to return the lion's favor, to its sceptical amusement. The Scottish poet Robert Henryson, in a version he included in his Morall Fabillis in the 1480s, expands the plea that the mouse makes and introduces serious themes of law, justice and politics. The poem consists of 43 seven-lined stanzas of which the first twelve recount a meeting with Aesop in a dream and six stanzas at the end draw the moral; the expanded fable itself occupies stanzas 13-36. A political lesson of a different kind occurs in Francis Barlow's 1687 edition of the fables. There the poet Aphra Behn comments that no form of service is to be despised, for just as the humble mouse had aided the king of the beasts, so 'An Oak did once a glorious Monarch save' by serving as a hiding place when King Charles II was escaping after the battle of Worcester. The 16th century French poet Clément Marot also recounts an expanded version of the fable in the course of his Épitre à son ami Lyon Jamet (Letter to his friend Lyon Jamet), first published in 1534. This is an imitation of the Latin poet Horace's Epistles, addressed to friends and often applying Aesopian themes to their situations. In this case, Marot has been imprisoned and begs Jamet to help him get released, playing on his friend's forename and styling himself the lowly rat (rather than mouse). La Fontaine's Fables included a more succinct version of the story (II.11) in the following century. For more info: http://www.wiki-zero.com/index.php?q=aHR0cHM6Ly9lbi53aWtpcGVkaWEub3JnL3dpa2kvVGhlX0xpb25fYW5kX3RoZV9Nb3VzZQ
Watch an amazing Animated Fairy Tales playlist including Little Red Riding Hood, Three Little Pigs, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White Rapunzel, Beauty and the Beast and many more - https://goo.gl/BhUkUA THE UGLY DUCKLING STORY: It is a beautiful summer day. The sun shines warmly on an old house near a river. Behind the house a mother duck is sitting on ten eggs. "Tchick." One by one all the eggs break open. All except one. This one is the biggest egg of all. Mother duck sits and sits on the big egg. At last it breaks open, "Tchick, tchick!" Out jumps the last baby duck. It looks big and strong. It is grey and ugly. The next day mother duck takes all her little ducks to the river. She jumps into it. All her baby ducks jump in. The big ugly duckling jumps in too. They all swim and play together. The ugly duckling swims better than all the other ducklings. - Quack, quack! Come with me to the farm yard! - says mother duck to her baby ducks and they all follow her there. The farm yard is very noisy. The poor duckling is so unhappy there. The hens peck him, the rooster flies at him, the ducks bite him, the farmer kicks him. At last one day he runs away. He comes to a river. He sees many beautiful big birds swimming there. Their feathers are so white, their necks so long, their wings so pretty. The little duckling looks and looks at them. He wants to be with them. He wants to stay and watch them. He knows they are swans. Oh, how he wants to be beautiful like them. Now it is winter. Everything is white with snow. The river is covered with ice. The ugly duckling is very cold and unhappy. Spring comes once again. The sun shines warmly. Everything is fresh and green. One morning the ugly duckling sees the beautiful swans again. He knows them. He wants so much to swim with them in the river. But he is afraid of them. He wants to die. So he runs into the river. He looks into the water. There in the water he sees a beautiful swan. It is he! He is no more an ugly duckling. He is a beautiful white swan. #theuglyduckling #fairytalesforkids #shortstory #animatedstory #childrenfairytales #englishfairytales
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Welcome to the wonderful kid’s story world. Here, we are going to indulge you with amazing bed
time stories which will amuse, educate and teach the morals of life to kid’s and young ones. In
this classic story world, you are going to meet many animals and make friends with them.
Videogyan Kids Stories animated ancient/old stories will give you the feeling of listening to
Grandmothers’ tales. Here, you will see the intelligence of a crow, and meet the tortoise who
knew all about how to win a race. Further, you would giggle after you meet the funny city mouse
and country mouse. Stay tuned with us to watch the best of all time stories.
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