A great story of perhaps unintentional and impacting kindness…
Mother’s father worked as a carpenter. On this particular day, …
It has six special and unique stories of festival Rakshabandhan, rakhi. First story is of lord Krishna and Draupadi. Second story is of Queen Karnavati and Emperor Humayun. Third one is of Yama and the Yamuna. Fourth is of King Porus and Alexander Wife Roxana. Fifth story is of the Birth of Santoshi Maa. And the last sixth story is of Goddess Laxmi and King Bali.
There lived a man serving his country in army with incredible shooting skills. He kept improving his skill practicing everyday. Everyone who knew his ability was sure he would win Gold in Olympics.
On a fateful day, the man lost his shooting arm when a grenade exploded accidentally. Everyone pitied him. They called him unfortunate. What is he without his shooting arm. But this man still wanted to win.
It was a long march. The goal was just to pick up a fistful of salt from the sea! And for this, thousands had joined the march. When Mahatma Gandhi set out from Amdavad, he was given a farewell fit for a warrior!
Why was he on this march? The reason was to oppose the British who were charging heavy taxes on basic necessities like salt, which, in fact, was produced in India. Gandhi responded to this by asking,
This story is of the time when Tilak Maharaj and Dadabhai Navroji used to live in England.
They both used to live together in a rented house. Dadabhai enjoyed doing various chores. He used to wake up early in the morning and clean the house, fill the water containers, polish the shoes and then he would take a shower and continue with his daily duties. Everything would be neat and clean by the time Tilak Maharaj woke up.
In Lucknow, there was a crazy king, Wajid Ali Shah. He was crazy in many ways: the whole day he slept, and the whole night he enjoyed food, dance, music. He was a night man.
He had gathered all the greatest musicians into his court, all the great dancers. His court was really rich, but he was always feeling a little sad that one musician who was perhaps the greatest in the country, had not come to his court.
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