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|All Types Of Story For Children's by shahidoccm(m): 5:14am On Dec 24, 2019|
Pari ko Bahi ki Talaash
Zareen apane pita kee mrtyu ke baad re ko is duniya mein akela chhod diya gaya tha – unake pita ek saptaah ke lie mrt ho gae the – unhen apane pita ke saath rahana yaad tha, jo unhen bahut pyaar karate the.
Mukhtaar Ahamad mangalavaar 19 navambar 2019
paree ka bhaee – pahalee qist apane pita kee mrtyu ke baad sunaharee paree is duniya mein bilkul akelee rah gaee thee – usake pita ek haphte ke lie mar gae the – use apane pita ke saath rahane kee yaad aaee, jo use behad pyaar karata tha. vah khud dukh ka saamana kar raha tha – goldan paree ne bhee nahin socha tha ki ek din aisa pyaar karane vaala pita use chhod dega – usaka dil dukh se bhar gaya aur usakee aankhon mein aansoo bhar aae. rahe the usakee haalat dekhakar, usake ghar ka puraana naukar bahut dukhee tha, agar vah bas mein hotee, to vah sunaharee paree kee tokaree mein dher saaree khushiyaan le aatee – lekin vah bhee peelee paree ko aaraam dene ke lie majaboor thee. kuchh nahin kar saka -peelee paree kee haalat kharaab ho gaee thee – usaka rang peela pad gaya tha aur vah kaaphee kamajor dikhane lagee thee – usakee bhookh pyaasee thee – vah har samay apane pita ke vichaaron mein chupachaap baithee rahatee thee. yadi vah adhik bechain ho jaatee, to vah rotee aur apanee bahinon ko bhar letee.
|Re: All Types Of Story For Children's by shahidoccm(m): 5:17am On Dec 24, 2019|
One was a princess
In the Egyptian jungle, a prince grazes a few goats and spends on the milk and the fruits of the forest they receive. He was a prince, but he was neither a king nor a lover. He lived life like a normal person. He used to spend most of his time serving his concessions and remembering God. His good behavior was discussed in the Kapoor state. These qualities were inherited by his compassionate father. According to the concession issues in the jungle, the world desperately remembered God, hearing that he saw a poor woodman cutting his donkey with wood and talking to him even though he knew it. The donkey was not listening to her or understanding, and she started crying.
|Re: All Types Of Story For Children's by shahidoccm(m): 5:21am On Dec 24, 2019|
The stove was burning, with a large lamp on top. So I knocked on the door. Hina opened the door, and her neighbor Nadia was standing. Nadia came in and said to Hanas. Nowadays, our domestic situation has worsened.
What does Hannah Chunk Karboli mean? Nadia: You do not know that Jogging has begun in Kashmir. Hindu Indians have started killing Kashmiris without any real reason. It is sad to think that there is nothing we can do for our country. We are the ones who read up to the primary and secondary, we are far from where our mujahideen are fighting against the infidels.
Hannah: Yeah! I’m also very sorry we can’t do anything. It was heard. Hannah began to do housework with her mother.
|Re: All Types Of Story For Children's by shahidoccm(m): 6:19am On Dec 30, 2019|
Fairy tales |fairy tales stories
Fairy and Woodcutter Axe
Moral of this story is honesty
There was a village and two brothers lived in the village. One was named Golu and the other was named Bholu.
Golu was sensible and honest in nature. While Bholu was not like his name, he was lazy and stupid in nature.
Both brothers lived in different houses. Both used to cut wood and run their own way.
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