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Hindi Inspiring short stories on Betiya – Daughters

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जरुर पढेँ :-

जून की तपती दोपहर में एक मजदूर सड़क के बीच में खड़ा चिल्ला रहा था – अरे, कोई मेरी बेटी को बचाओ. दो बदमाश उसे बिल्डिंग के अंदर ले गए हे। उस की पुकार पर एक सेठ ने ड्राइवर से गाडी रोकने को कहा। सेठ और मजदूर उस अधबनी बिल्डिंग में घुस गए । तभी एक लड़की भागती हुई बाहर आई। सामने सेठ को देख उस के कदम ठिठक गए, पापा कहते हुए वो सेठ जी से लिपट गई।

ये देख मजदूर चुप चाप अपनी राह चल पड़ा ।

ये सब देख सेठजी ने पीछे से आवाज़ दे कर पूछा, तुम तो कह रहे थे कि अंदर तुम्हारी बेटी है।

मजदूर बोला – सेठजी, क्या तुम्हारी और क्या मेरी बेटियां.. ये तो सबकी सांझी होती हैं।

ये सुन सेठ जी भी मजदूर के सामने नतमस्तक हो गए ।

मित्रो, काश सबकी सोच ऐसी ही हो जाये तो हमारे देश की तस्वीर ही बदल जाये?

अगर आप इस बात से सहमत है तो शेयर करके अपने दोस्तो को भी ऐसी ही सोच करने को कहेँ ।


Updated: April 20, 2016 — 12:04 pm

A Short Inspiring Story : MEANINGLESS GOALS


A farmer had a dog who used to sit by the roadside waiting
for vehicles to come around. As soon as one came he would run down the road,
barking and trying to overtake it. One day a neighbor asked the farmer “Do
you think your dog is ever going to catch a car?” The farmer replied,
“That is not what bothers me. What bothers me is what he would do if he
ever caught one.” Many people in life behave like that dog who is pursuing
meaningless goals.

Life is hard by the yard,
but by the inch,
it’s a cinch.

-Gean Gordon

Updated: November 13, 2015 — 12:21 pm

A MORAL Story : Pride hath a fall

Pride hath a fall
The Oak tree always thought that he was far stronger than
the reeds. He said to himself “I stand upright in a storm. I don’t bend my
head in fear every time the wind blows. But these reeds are really so
That very night blew a storm and the mighty oak tree was
“Good God!” sighed the reeds, “our way is
better. We bend but we don’t break.”

MORAL : Pride hath a fall

Updated: November 13, 2015 — 12:21 pm

A MORAL Story: Fury or force cuts no ice where gentleness does the job.

Fury or force cuts no ice where gentleness does the job.
Once the Wind and the Sun came to have a quarrel. Either of
them claimed to be a stronger. At last they agreed to have a trial of strength.
“Here comes a traveller. Let us see who can strip him
of his clock,” said the Sun.
The Wind agreed and chose to have the first turn. He blew in
the hardest possible way. As a result , the traveller wrapped his cloak even
more tightly around him.
the sun shining brighter then it was the turn of the Sun. At
first he shone very gently. So, the traveller loosened his cloak from his neck.
The sun went on shining brighter and brighter. The traveller
felt hot. Before long he took off his cloak and put it in his bag. The Wind had
to accept his defeat.

MORAL : Fury or force cuts no ice where gentleness does the

Updated: November 13, 2015 — 12:21 pm

A MORAL Story : Honest dealings are always supreme.

Honesty is The Best Policy.

A milkman became very wealthy through dishonest means. He
had to cross a river daily to reach the city where his customers lived. He
mixed the water of the river generously with the milk that he sold for a good
profit. One day he went around collecting the dues in order to celebrate the
wedding of his son. With the large amount thus collected he purchased plenty of
rich clothes and glittering gold ornaments. But while crossing the river the
boat capsized and all his costly purchases were swallowed by the river. The
milk vendor was speechless with grief. At that time he heard a voice that came
from the river, “Do not weep. What you have lost is only the illicit gains you
earned through cheating your customers.

MORAL : Honest dealings are always supreme. Money earned by
wrong methods will never remain forever.

Updated: November 13, 2015 — 12:22 pm

A MORAL Story : Do not act in haste.

A MORAL Story : Do not act in haste.

A woman had a pet mongoose. It was very faithful. One day
she went to the market, leaving her baby in the care of the mongoose.
 At that time a big cobra entered the house. The mongoose
killed it after a long and fierce fight.
When the woman came back she saw the mongoose lying at the
entrance. She noticed its blood-covered mouth.
In her haste the woman thought that the mongoose had killed
her baby. In a moment of sudden fury, the woman threw the water pot on the
mongoose and killed it.
Alas! When she entered the house she was filled with remorse.
Her baby was playing cheerfully.
Nearby a big cobra lay dead. The woman shed tears of grief
fondling the carcass of the mongoose.

MORAL : Do not act in haste.
Updated: November 13, 2015 — 12:22 pm
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