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घर की मुर्गी दाल बराबर – कहानियां कहावतो की

घर की मुर्गी दाल बराबर – कहानियां कहावतो की

फकीरा बहुत गरीब था। मेहनत मज़दूरी करके अपने परिवार का पालन पोषण करता था। घर में अधिकतर दाल रोटियां ही बनती थी। एकादि बार प्याज की चटनी भी चल जाती थी। फिर शाम को दाल। कभी कभी हरी सब्ज़ी बनती थी। मीट तो बकरीद के समय ही बन पाता था। कभी खरीदकर लाते थे। कभी किसी के यहाँ से आ …

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सोना सुनार का, गहना संसार का – कहानियां कहावतो की

सोना सुनार का, गहना संसार का – कहानियां कहावतो की

एक दिन रामफल सुनार की दुकान पर गया| उसके नाती का विवाह था। वह अपने साथ एक हँसुली ले गया। इस एक हँसुली से वह अपने तीन बेटों और एक नाती का विवाह कर चूका था। इस बीच वह तीन बार हँसुली को बदलवा चूका था। हर बार सुनार हँसुली के सोने के भार में से ताम्बे के टाँके का …

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Guru Gobind Singh – Emergence of Guru

Guru Gobind Singh - Emergence of Guru

On November 11, 1675, Guru Tegh Bahadur was publicly beheaded in Chandni Chowk. After the execution his body was left in the open to serve as a reminder to all rebels. Only a low caste Lubana Sikh named Lakhi Shah had the courage to secretly take away the headless body in a cart to his hut, which was at the …

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Guru Gobind Singh – Uncommon Games and Related Stories

Guru Gobind Singh - Uncommon Games and Related Stories

Prince Gobind Rai was hardly five when he started to get weapon training. He began to break pitchers of women carrying water with the aim of his catapult. The women whose pitchers were broken would complain to his revered mother. The mother used to by them brass utensils which would not break with the pellets. The Prince asked his uncle …

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Guru Gobind Singh – Defender of Faith

Guru Gobind Singh - Defender of Faith

Of all the things, Guru Gobind Singh placed most reliance on religious faith. He taught his Sikhs and other people who met him, to face death and extermination in the cause of true faith. He told them to stand up and oppose the tyrants with all the might instead of bearing the tyranny. The defence of faith lies in standing …

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Guru Gobind Singh – The Childhood

Guru Gobind Singh - The Childhood

The tenth Guru Spent his first five years in Patna itself and did his basic schooling there. Along with the religious scriptures, he also studied the Bihari language at Patna. His Uncle, Bhai Kripal, trained him in archery and swordsmanship and soon he became a great marksman. When Guru Tegh Bahadur returned from Dacca to Patna he saw his five …

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Early Life of Guru Gobind Singh

Early Life of Guru Gobind Singh

Guru Gobind Singh was born in December 1666 A.D. at Patna, present day capital of Bihar State. His parents, Guru Tegh Bahadur, and Mata Gujri, had gone to the East on long tour to preach teachings of Guru Nanak. Guru Tegh Bahadur, was accompanied by a large number of his devotees. The purpose of this prolonged tour was to spread …

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Guru Gobind Singh – The Birth

Guru Gobind Singh - The Birth

Guru Gobind Singh Ji, Tenth Guru and Last of the Sikhs guru was born to Guru Tegh Bahadur and Mata Gujari Ji on December 26, 1666, at Patna Sahib in Bihar. Though he came into the world that day, the story of his birth began much earlier. Much Before his mortal birth, when he was in a state of bodiless …

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Short Christmas Story for Children: Christmas Day

Short Christmas Story for Children: Christmas Day

“Boys,” said Mrs. Howard one morning, looking up from a letter she was reading, “I have had a letter from your grandmamma. She writes that she is returning to England shortly.” The boys went on with their breakfast without showing any great amount of interest in this piece of news, for they had never seen their grandmother, and therefore could …

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Charles Dickens Christmas Story: The Cratchits’ Christmas Dinner

Charles Dickens Christmas Story: The Cratchits' Christmas Dinner

Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Present stood in the city streets on Christmas morning, where (for the weather was severe) the people made a rough but brisk and not unpleasant kind of music, in scraping the snow from the pavement in front of their dwellings, and from the tops of their houses, whence it was mad delight to the …

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