This is a story of mango and almonds.
Moral(s) of the story: pride
Once upon a time there was a mango tree who grew a mango who was very proud of himself. The mangoís only problem was that he grew next to an ugly almond tree with ugly almonds. So every day, the mango would insult the almond seeds on his looks and their taste. All the other plants tried to make the mango stop harassing the almond but he never listened.
One summer, well dried up. The sun was scorching and the heat was merciless. It went on for days and the mangoes got bad. It was there to bloom but due to excessive heat they ripened up too quick and fell from the tree. The almond seeds held just fine and survived.
Do not judge someone by the way they look.
This is a story of bottlegourd, cabbage, cauliflower, chikoo and papaya.
Moral(s) of the story: confession
This is a story of pomegranate tree.
Moral(s) of the story: patience, hard-work and dedication
This is a story of crocodile, mango, river and summer.
This is a story of watermelon, ants, spiders, beetles and lizards.
Moral(s) of the story: judgement and hard work
This is the story of Bananas, the farmer and the villagers.
This is a story of apple, cherry, grapes, mango, orange, peach and strawberry.
This is a story of cashewnut, jamun, peach and pistachio.
Moral(s) of the story: judgement
This is a story of carrot, cheese, chicken, fish, grapes,
Moral(s) of the story; health hygiene
બીરબલનું મન કેરી જોઈને લલચાયું...
This is a story of chikoo, father and son.