Tag Archives: Culture And Traditions Stories for Students

दादी का चश्मा: दादी पोते की मार्मिक हिंदी कहानी

दादी का चश्मा: दादी पोते की मार्मिक हिंदी कहानी

“दादी का चश्मा टूट गया” रोमी अपना होमवर्क छोड़कर मम्मी को बताने के लिए भागा। मम्मी उस वक्त टीवी देख रही थी। रोमी ने टीवी की तरफ़ देखा। टीवी में चिड़ियाघर का दृश्य चल रहा था। दो छोटे बच्चे लोहे के सीखचों के अंदर हाथ डालकर पिंजरें में बंद बंदरों को पत्थर मार रहे थे। चोट से बचने के लिए बन्दर …

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Story behind the birth of Lord Hanuman?

Story behind the birth of Lord Hanuman?

The story of the birth of Hanuman goes thus: Vrihaspati had an attendant called Punjikasthala, who was cursed to assume the form of a female monkey – a curse that could only be nullified if she would give birth to an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Reborn as Anjana, she performed intense austerities to please Shiva, who finally granted her the …

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Bali and Hanuman: How Hanuman saved Sugriva

Bali and Hanuman - Learn how Hanuman saved Sugriva from Bali

Kishkindha was the capital of the kingdom of the monkeys ruled by King Bali. One day, a terrible fight broke out between Bali and his brother Sugriva. Sugriva was so afraid of Bali that he went away to live in a hill called Rishyamukha with his minister, Hanuman. Sugriva chose to live on Rishyamukha, because Bali was cursed regarding the hill. …

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Legend of Christmas Tree: Story for Students

The Legend of the Christmas Tree

Most children have seen a Christmas tree, and many know that the pretty and pleasant custom of hanging gifts on its boughs comes from Germany; but perhaps few have heard or read the story that is told to little German children, respecting the origin of this custom. The story is called “The Little Stranger,” and runs thus: In a small …

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Christmas: Kids Short Story with Moral

English Wisdom Story for Kids: Christmas

Christmas: Kids Short Story By Manjari Shukla On this Christmas Eve, Michael was wandering in the garb of Santa Claus with a bag full of gifts. Being a crooked thief, he was adept at disguising himself and robbing people even during broad day light. Suddenly he noticed a lady waving good bye to a small boy.Michel thought – “I am …

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Santa and the Christmas gift: Children’s Story

Santa and the Christmas gift: Children's Story

Santa was in a fix. He was forced to unwrap and use one of the gifts, which was a little girl’s rather unusual request. How would he make it up to her, he wondered. As winter was spreading its freezing arms to cover all mountains and meadows alike, Santa excitedly rubbed his gloved palms. He was supervising the Christmas preparations. …

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Rimjhim And Pigeon’s Eggs: Wisdom Story

Rimjhim And Pigeon's Eggs: Wisdom Story

“Mamma – mamma” – Rimjhim was screaming from the balcony. Mrs. Sharma could feel the joy and surprise in her daughter’s voice. “What happened”? she almost ran to the balcony and saw Rimjhim standing around the birds. Rimjhim was merrily clapping with loud giggle. Mamma smiled and asked – “What happened dear? You look quite happy”. “Look at that mamma” …

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First Thanksgiving: Children’s Thanksgiving story

After landing in Plymouth, the Pilgrims had to struggle to survive through their first wretched and miserable winter in Massachusetts. When spring and summer came it was a welcome relief. They learned so many things that first year. They had planted and cared for their first fields of corn. They had found wild strawberries in the meadows, raspberries on the …

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All in a row: Diyas light up more than just our homes

All in a row: Diyas light up more than just our homes

Pradeep decided that they would use electrical lights in multicolored to decorate the house for the festival. “How many days to Deepavali?” Pradeep asked his dad. “Four,” said Dad without looking up from the newspaper. “Oh… ho… we don’t have much time. We have to decorate the house with colorful electrical bulbs and multicolored string lights.” “I think it would …

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