Moral Short stories for kids [Read in english / Gujarati languages]
Kid’s stories are the most cherished memories of everyone’s childhood. Serving as some handbook for the parents, kid’s tales always help them build the moral values in children. Here, we have some of the most popular kid’s stories along with a few originals as a cherry on the cake! Let’s get started with these bedtime stories.
Kids Stories – Read All Short stories
This brilliant Panchatantra story gives us a very important message. It teaches us that there will be times when we may not have any assistance or support while dealing with some difficult situations. At that time a sharp mind becomes our greatest strength! A person with a good presence of mind and quick thinking capability can protect himself from any awful condition!
This very interesting Panchatantra story gives us a wonderful message that we should not react foolishly with the fear of the unknown. And also that our small but brave efforts help us succeed in any condition. Hope you liked the story very much… Read kids story in English & Share it.
This Indian folktale from Rajasthan gives a precious message that one should be careful about what one wishes for because it might come true! Before one wishes for something, he must think twice about what if the wish will be granted.
When a true friend stands by us, we can overcome any grave condition. This folktale from Gujarat teaches us about the importance of presence of mind, courage and unity. So, why don’t you share this moral story with your friends?
This Panchatantra story here tells us that an individual ego in a family would harm each of the members. Quarrelling with our own people affects the whole family badly! It’s like if we chop one finger, it would harm the whole hand. So, for staying united, we should avoid having a state of two different minds!
This Panchatantra story here tells us that a wicked person would not need any excuses to oppress anyone. He who wants to victimize someone will find any justifiable reason to do it. If he doesn’t find a valid reason, he would make one! So, staying away from such treacherous people will help you be safe!
This Jataka tale here tells us that excess greed brings nothing but grief. Material greed deprives us from wisdom. Need can be fulfilled but greed can never be. So, one should never forget of drawing a fine line between need and greed!
Unsolicited advice doesn’t work most of the time. It’s always better to mind your own business as not everyone is worthy enough to understand your point. There are mean people like the Dog was in the story who can put you in trouble when advised without being asked for.
This Hitopadesha katha tells us that every bully is bound to meet his doom. No bad act ever remains without punishment. Tyrants have their downfall sooner or later. Here, the pitiless act of the elephant made all the others suffer a lot. Equally, the elephant had to meet his fate. So, we must keep others’ well-being in mind before we act in all manner of ways.
Greed always has some unpleasant consequences. It takes away all the wisdom at once. A person struck by greed is as blind as a bat which means, he refuses to accept the obvious results and forwards on the way of destruction.
We should not treat the strangers as our friends. People we don’t know closely may harm us. Trusting someone thoughtfully helps us protect ourselves and the people near and dear to us.
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