The kind Peacock – Kids moral Story

The kind peacock - kids moral stories

The kind Peacock kids moral story : Once upon a time in the village of Kangwada, there lived a man called as Bhagwant. He lived with his big family – his old mother, wife and four children. He used to make wooden toys and sell them in the market. Since his childhood, he had a … Read more

Monkey and the Crocodile – Moral stories for kids from Panchatantra

monkey and the crocodile

The story is from the famed Panchatantra.

Monkey and the crocodile

Once upon a time, a clever monkey lived on a tree lush green with juicy, red rose apples. This tree was near a river. The monkey lived on this tree for many days and was very happy.

One day, a crocodile swam near the tree and told the monkey that he had come from far away and was looking for food. He was very hungry. The kind monkey gave him some apples. The crocodile ate them with great satisfaction and asked the monkey if he could take some more fruit again. The generous monkey gladly gave him more fruits.

The next day the crocodile returned. He asked for more fruit from the monkey and the monkey gave him more fruit. Now that crocodile started coming everyday. The two soon became very good friends. He discussed his life, his friends and family, as all friends do.

The crocodile told the monkey that he has a wife and they live on the other side of the river. So the merciful monkey broke some extra fruit from the tree and gave it to crocodile so that he can take it home. The crocodile’s wife ate the apple fondly and asked her husband to bring it every day.

Meanwhile, the friendship between the monkey and the crocodile deepened as they both began to spend more and more time together. Crocodile’s wife was jealous. She wanted to end this friendship. So she pretended that she could not believe that her husband could befriend a monkey.

Her husband tries to convince her that there is a real friendship between her and the monkey. The crocodile’s wife thought to herself that if the monkey eats such sweet apples daily, its flesh will be very sweet. So he told the crocodile to invite the monkey to his house.

Crocodile was not happy with this. He tried to pretend that it would be difficult for the monkey to cross the river. But his wife was determined to eat the monkey’s flesh and so he thought of a plan that would make the crocodile to bring the monkey to her.

One day, she pretended to be very ill and told the crocodile that the doctor said that she would be able to recover only when she ate the monkey’s heart. If her husband wants to save his life, he must bring his friend’s heart.

The crocodile was yearning. He was in a dilemma. On the one hand, he liked his friend. On the other hand, he could not possibly let his wife die. The crocodile’s wife threatened him, saying that if he did not get her the monkey’s heart, she would surely die.

So the crocodile went to the apple tree and invited the monkey to come home to meet his wife. He told the monkey that he could cross the river on a crocodile’s back.

The monkey was very happy. But as soon as they reached the middle of the river, the crocodile started drowning. The frightened monkey asks him why he is doing this. The crocodile explained that he needed the monkey’s heart to save his wife’s life and so he would have to kill the monkey.

The clever monkey tells him that he will gladly leave his heart to save the life of the crocodile’s wife, but he has left his heart on the apple tree and so he will have to go back to get his heart. He tells the crocodile to turn back quickly so that the monkey can go and get the heart from the apple tree.

The foolish crocodile quickly returned to the apple tree. The monkey immediately jumped and climbed the tree. He asks the crocodile to tell his wicked wife that he has married the world’s greatest fool.

What we learn from Monkey and the Crocodile – Moral stories for kids from Panchatantra ? – A wise enemy is better than a foolish friend.

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The foolish Monkey – Kids moral story

The foolish monkey

The foolish Monkey – The moral of the story is that you should not believe on anyone with out understanding the facts.

The foolish monkey

Once upon a time ,there was a monkey who lived in a big jungle . One day ,while he was sitting on a tall tree ,strong winds stared to blow .the branch on which the monkey was sitting ,stared shaking in the storm.

The monkey got very sacred.He rushed down to the ground and started to roam around in panic and fear. he got an idea and thought to himself,” its very risky to sit on this tree .the strong winds might uproot the tree and i will die along with it . i must go a little far from this tree.”
Hence, the monkey went and sat under a coconut tree . ” I think it is safer here ” he thought

The storm was still blowing very fiercely. Just when the monkey sat under the coconut tree, two big coconut fell down with a big thud. After hearing the loud noise of the falling coconuts, the monkey felt as if there was some big disaster coming up soon. He thought, ” I think the earth is about to split any moment. Is the world coming to an end? I think all the universe is about to collapse soon”

After imaging those calamities, the monkey fled fast to save his life. Seeing the monkey running, a parrot asked – hey money where are you going in such a haste ?

I am going to save my life. If you want to be alive, follow me. Also inform this news to everyone in the jungle. The monkey said.

The parrot asked – why are you saying this? What has happened. All seems fine to me . Please tell me what is the matter.

The monkey said, It is a very shocking news. The earth is going to split and the world is going to end. We may not be able to live more. I have felt it myself.

The parrot gave this news to other parrots. Soon the news spread like a fire and everyone started running. All the animals started running.

Hearing this loud noise in jungle, the king of jungle, The lion woke up. He came out of his cave and saw a deer running. He asked the deer what happened and dear told him that the earth is going to end.

Lion was surprised. He asked him – who had told him this’, the deer pointed to fox, the fox pointed to rabbit, the rabbit pointed to some one else.

Finally the lion reached the monkey. He took the monkey to the same spot where the monkey was sleeping. He checked the entire area and found that due to storm 2 coconuts have fallen down and hit the rock on which monkey was sitting. The monkey got scared and started spreading this rumor of the world coming to an end.

Every one in the jungle was very unhappy with the monkey. The Monkey felt very ashamed.

he moral of the story is that you should not believe on anyone with out understanding the facts.

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Kids Moral Story – The Two Parrots

kids moral stories - the two parrots

Moral of story – The Two Parrots : The inner beauty of our soul will always be treasured in the end.

The Two Parrots

Once upon a time there lived two parrots – Toto and Popo. They loved travelling to new places. One day they decided to visit Kings palace.

The kings palace was very big and beautiful. They started roaming around the kings palace and became very tired. So Toto asked Popo if they can sit on one of the trees in Kings garden , take some rest and also eat some nice fruits.

Popo liked this idea so they flew into Kings garden and went up a tree to eat some fruits. But they got stuck there.

Popo got afraid. He said to Toto – ” Toto looks like there was some trap which was setup and we are stuck. Now we will be caught and will not be able to go back home”

Toto Said – “Don’t worry my friend, this way we will be able to meet the king and also see his palace. So let not get sad.”

The soldiers caught the parrots Toto and Popo and took them to the king. The king was quite happy to see the two beautiful parrots. So he ordered his soldiers to make a golden cage for parrots and also give them the best possible food.

So both the parrots were not allowed to fly back. The incident became very popular in the town and were the topic of discussion in the entire kingdom. All the visitors to the palace started praising and taking about the beauty of the parrots.

Toto and popo also started enjoying the new found luxuries.

One a day a giant monkey came into the palace. It was such a big monkey that no body has seen a giant monkey like him before. Soon he became the center of attraction and people from across the kingdom came to enjoy the tricks of the monkey.

Soon people were more attracted towards the monkey and hence Toto and Popo started feeling ignored and unwanted. So Popo told Toto – ” Everybody has started loving monkey now and no one cares for us any more. We are feeling so neglected. The monkey seems to be more attractive. Shall we try to escape from this cage?”

Toto was intelligent. He told Popo not to get depressed. He said – “Listen Popo, we are unique. We are also beautiful. So we need to be patient. We are different and one day people will realize this and come back to us.”

Popo seemed to agreeing to this point. He nodded in agreement. Toto said further – ” Beauty, attraction, ignorance, praise, criticism, interest, disinterest, respect and dis-respect are all temporary feeling and behaviours. Only real character of a living being is what pleases others. I am very sure that one day people will get bored of monkey and will realise our value.”

Soon the monkey became more violent and naughty. He started misbehaving with visitors. One day the king got very angry and asked his soldiers to leave the monkey in the jungle.

Once again people realized the value to parrots and Toto and Popo started getting attention again.

Moral of story – The Two Parrots : The inner beauty of our soul will always be treasured in the end.

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Kids Moral Story – THE CLEVER WOLF

the clever wolf

Kids Moral Story The Clever Wolf – In the jungle of Rampur, there lived a wild and cunning wolf named Ganzoora. He was very cunning in nature. For years, he ate the animals which he cleverly hunted for his food. But, now Ganzoora had become very old and weak with age. His eyesight had become weak. He found it difficult to chase and run after his prey. He remained hungry for several days.