Important Completing Story for HSC – SSC, HSC suggestion

Important Completing Story for HSC – SSC, HSC suggestion

Important Completing Story for HSC – SSC, HSC suggestion

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  • Look before you leap (Farmer and his goose)
  • The Ant and the Dove
  • Unity is Strength (Old man and his sons)
  • The lion and the mouse
  • A liar shepherd
  • A hare and a Tortoise
  • Honesty is the best policy (The woodcutter and his axe).
  • The Crow and the Jar
  • Two friends and a bear
  • The Pied Piper of Hamelin
  • A fox without a tail
  • The King inspired by a spider.

1. Question: Look before you leap (Farmer and his goose)


A farmer and his goose (completing story)

Once upon a time, there was a poor farmer in a village. The farmer was unable to continue his family properly. He always thought about how to remove his poverty. One day he went to the market and bought a goose from the market. He hoped to get more eggs from this goose. After a few days, the goose became matured and it started laying eggs. It was a matter of extremely surprising that every morning the goose laid a golden egg. It made the farmer happy. He used to sell the golden egg in the market. Thus the farmer became rich in a short time. But the fanner was very greedy and impatient. He wanted to have all the eggs at a time. He thought he would get all the eggs at a time if he cut the goose. And in this way, he would be rich overnight. So he told his plan to his wife. His wife was a wise woman. She was not greedy. So he requested her husband not to do so. But the fanner did not give value to his wife. Finally, to have all the eggs at a time, the farmer took a sharp knife and cut the stomach of the goose. But alas! There was no egg inside it. There was only flesh and blood of the goose. The fanner became very sorry and started crying. His wife also scolded him. She said, “You are foolish but greedy. So, you have lost all. “Instead of becoming rich, the farmer became poor again. Through this incident, the farmer understands that over greediness brought misfortune to him. If he were patient and could shake off her greed, he could be rich again.

Moral (A farmer and his goose completing story): Grasp all, loss all

2. Question:  The Ant and the Dove


The Ant and the Dove

On a hot day of summer, an ant was searching for some water. After walking around for some time, she came near the river. To drink the water, she climbed up on a small rock. While trying to drink a water, she slipped and fell into the river.

There was a dove sitting on a branch of a tree who saw an ant falling into the river. The dove quickly plucked a leaf and dropped it into the river near the struggling ant. The ant moved towards the leaf and climbed up onto it. Soon, the leaf drifted to dry ground, and the ant jumped out. She looked up to the tree and thanked the dove.

Later, the same day, a bird catcher nearby was about to throw his net over the dove hoping to trap it. An ant saw him and guessed what he was about to do. The dove was resting and he had no idea about the bird catcher. An ant quickly bit him on the foot. Feeling the pain, the bird catcher dropped his net and let out a light scream. The dove noticed it and quickly flew away.

Moral:  If you do good, good will come to you.  One good turn deserves another.

Question: Unity is Strength (Old man and his sons)


The Old Man and His Sons


Unity is Strength

There was an old farmer. He had four sons. They were all grown up. But they had no good relation with one another. They were disobedient and always quarreled among themselves. The old man was very anxious about their future. In order to teach them the value of unity, one day he called his sons together and told his youngest son to bring some sticks. The son brought some sticks; The old man-asked him to bind the sticks together. The farmer asked his sons-to break the bundle. They tried one by one but none of them was successful. Then the old farmer told the sons to untie the bundle. When they did it, he asked them to break the sticks separately. They broke the sticks one by one very easily. The old man said, “My sons! If you remain united like the slicks and do not quarrel, nobody can harm you. On the other hand, if you quarrel among yourselves, you will lope strength and your enemies, will easily do you harm. So live in peace.” The sons got the point and promised to follow their father’s advice.

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