A class tenth student carrying water in a village. He would tie two Buckets to a pole and carry water to his master’s house from a pond some distance away. One of the two Buckets was slightly leaking, while the other was not even a drop of water. For many months only one and a half-Buckets of water remained in the master’s house. Of the two, Good Buckets was overwhelmed with pride that Full was carrying water. But without cracking he would die with shame for not being able to do his work properly. Which feels insulting. Many months later she said to the cracked Bucket class tenth student, I feel insulted, forgive me.”
“Why? Why do you feel insulted? Asked the class tenth student . “All these days I can only carry half the water. These cracks are draining the water. We will do extra work for you. The result of the misery will not be less,” said silently. The class tenth student who understood its suffering said, Don’t worry, look at the beautiful flowers along the way when the owner comes home today. Curiously the cracked Bucket was delighted to see the beautiful flowers along the way. When she got home, she asked the class tenth student to forgive her mistake again.
The class tenth student said to the Bucket, “There are only beautiful flowers on your side. Not on the other side of the Bucket. Did you notice that? I will always make you look at those beautiful flowering plants. You are useful. If you are not cracked, his house will not have bright flowers and beautiful decorations.The class tenth student said to the Bucket, There are only beautiful flowers on your side.
How tekumatlamallesh went crazy and lived happily :
Apparently there were two couples in one wool. They have a son. His name is tekumatlamallesh, studying class tenth. He is very innocent. They had two goats. One day, tekumatlamallesh’s father said, tekumatlamallesh! Take these goats to the forest to graze them.”
Okay Father, tekumatlamallesh tied the knot, wrapped some corns in cloth and drove the goats to the forest. While the goats were grazing on their own land, tekumatlamallesh sat down under a well-grown Tamarind tree and started chewing to catch the Tamarinds that he had brought with him. At exactly the same time, his two goats were chewing on the ground dried Tamarinds.
When tekumatlamallesh heard the noise, he thought that both the goats were mocking him and dragged them away. The goats that knew nothing came again! Biting the Tamarinds lying there again! This time tekumatlamallesh was angry. He slaughtered both the goats with the scythe he had brought with him.
He took them home as well. tekumatlamallesh’s father was very upset but could not do anything. The next day tekumatlamallesh lay down on the bed. In the middle of the dwellings above, a rat was seen wandering around. No matter how hard the rat goes. tekumatlamallesh looked bored at the sight.
Set fire to the house to kill the rat. While the whole house was burning. tekumatlamallesh jumped for joy that he had killed the rat. tekumatlamallesh’s father saw what happened at home and played tekumatlamallesh four. He sent the wood to the forest to lay down a new barn.
tekumatlamallesh leisurely went into the forest and knocked down three long firewoods. His father, who was worried about his son’s insanity, said, I will go to the forest and live there. He said, Take the rice and put it in the cart.’
Okay my tekumatlamallesh lunch box in the cart and drove the cart towards the forest. The cart entered the forest. No sounds anywhere. If the birds are chirping away, the wheels of the cart driven by tekumatlamallesh are chirping. tekumatlamallesh thought – “Aww! It looks like the cart wheels are hungry.” When he saw it, he put the lumps of lunch box under the wheels of the cart.
However, it seemed to him that they were squealing – that the wheels were running out of water. When he got the idea, he left the oxen and pushed the cart into the well and said, “Quickly get some water.” The cart that fell into the well did not come out much.
“Sadly, the cart is not thirsty yet,” thought tekumatlamallesh. He left the oxen there and went into the forest in search of their father. When their father found out what had happened, he said, “You should not come home anymore,” and drove him away.
Frightened, tekumatlamallesh did not want to go home that night. When he went to sleep in a hut at the end of the village, a robber was seen begging his mother: “Mother! Go to their well-to-do house, mother.”
“I will come too,” said tekumatlamallesh.
‘Okay,’ I said robber.
The two went to a house together in the dark. It was the home of landlord Gary. “What should we do here?”
“Let’s catch something big,” said the robber.
Immediately tekumatlamallesh lifts a large boulder nearby – to the heights. Sadly, the man who could not carry the weight dropped it in the middle. When the money fell under the stone, they woke up and caught the robber.
The landlord congratulated tekumatlamallesh for that. And whether it was the effect of his compliments or tekumatlamallesh’s dreaming of the joy that he had put into his work, gradually tekumatlamallesh went crazy and lived happily ever after.
Honest Golden bird feather story
That means there was a farmer named Sam Neill in a field. His wife Anna. One day, Sam Neill was on his way to the farm when he saw a golden bird. It was sitting on a ledge. Sam Neill was delighted to see it. But at the same time, one of the birds came from behind and grabbed it. Sam Neill immediately threw the stick in his hand at the fox. When he saw the golden bird chirping, cunning fox was behind him. Immediately it flew away cunning fox also ran into the forest.
That golden bird is so good. Thank you so much man for saving me, he thought, in his mind. The next day it was sitting on the same bench waiting for Sam Neill. But Sam Neill did not come. Because Sam Neill is not in good health. After that Sam Neill lived only two days then he died.
The golden bird was waiting for him every day. Eventually, it went to his house in search of Sam Neill. Even then it did not make sense why Sam Neill did not appear to him. It is a pity to see a husbandless Anna. From then on it came every day and Sam Neill started leaving a golden feather in front of the house.
Anna used to sell the feathers one by one in the side yard. Each gold feather fetched a lot of money. The golden bird left more feathers. So day by day Anna became rich.
As wealth increased, so did Anna’s hopes. She began to dream of catching the golden bird that was giving her feathers and peeking out all its feathers. Stuck for the golden bird, she caught it one day. The active bird escaped from her. Anna waited for many days for it, but it never came back.
Even the usual golden feather for the hopeful Anna could not be found!