Saturday, December 25, 2010

Hare’s split lip

Once, a hare was hopping along the path when it came face to face with a huge tiger. The tiger seized the hare and said that he was going to eat the hare.

“Please, please! Spare me” said the hare holding up his thumbs in supplication. “Please don’t eat me. I am only a very small animal and will make a very insufficient meal for a mighty creature like you. If you spare my life, I will take you to where you can find much bigger, fatter meal for your supper”

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Kumbu and Kuchu

 In a small village lived two men called Kumbu and Kuchu. They were best of friends and were always seen together. They used to go to the nearby villages to earn their living.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The fool

Once there was a man who had a special sword which was passed down on him by his father. It was a family heirloom. The man was invincible in sword fight owing to the special sword.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The Imitating Neighbour

A weary traveler was returning from his business trip. He was very tired because he had run a whole day for some bandits had attacked his caravan and looted all his goods. The running had worn him out and the lack of food had exhausted him so he fell asleep as soon as he came near a cave. The traveler did not know that the cave was inhibited by an evil spirit.

The ruthless dove

Once there was a dove couple who lived on high trees by the edge of the valley. They lived very happily. They sang to each other in their marvelous voices and enjoyed each other's company. All the people in that valley enjoyed the song of these doves.
The days passed by and they had two offsprings. Everyday they flew over the hills and valleys to find food for their babies. The two offspring grew up very soon. They were very happy to have nice brood. They enjoyed singing and feeding on the farmers’ fields.