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Nethraa » Subjects, Stories, Facts & Musing

Abbreviation For Few Words

 

NEWS – North East West South

CHESS – Chariot Horse Elephant SoliderS

COLD – Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease

JOKE – Joy Of Kids Entertainment

AIM – Ambition In Mind

EAT – Energy And Taste

DATE – Date And Time Evolution

TEA – Taste Energy Admitted

SMILESweet Memories In Lips Expression

PEN – Power Enriched In Nib

BYE – Be with You Everytime

by
Rushalli

Salient Chanakya Maxims

·         Henna gives off colour best when crushed. Similarly a women is best when strongly handed or worked hard.

    

·        In bright sunlight moon is invisible. Similarly a man living in the shadow or shelter of others makes no progress. He does not shine. [tweet this].

·         Snake has poisons in its fangs, bee in its sting and a scorpion in its tail. But an evil man in poison through and through.

·         Don’t live in a house where there is a snake, dishonest friend or women of bad character.

·         Make home a place where there is river nearby, good king and fair law and order situation, flourishing trade and good education system.

·         The worst one can do it himself is by living with an evil man.

·         Impolite servant is the biggest woe and embarrassment.

·         A women who ventures out of home on her own is bound to fall to bad ways.

·         A man’s common sense desserts him when misfortunes arrive.

·         There is good in everything a wise man says or does. A cow gives only milk irrespective of what it eats.

·         Birds gather on a tree to spend the night. In the morning they fly away in different directions. Similar is the relationships of a man. Separation from near and dear ones should not be grieved upon. Take it as the law of nature.

·         Beauty of a man lies in his qualities and good character, not in his physical appearance.

·         A polite reader is liked by everyone. It is one’s best advertisement.[tweet this].

·         There is particular time to do everything. The right timing is very important. A cuckoo singing in a bad autumn is a bad sign.

·         The power does not lie in size. A small goad has the power to control the elephant.

·         Kings speak for once. So do men of wisdom. Daughter is given marriage only once. These all are timers. Their repetition is not good.

Clever Boy

In Arabian country, there lived a clever boy called Abdula. He is just 13 years old. He is very talented.

One day he felt that he want to visit his grandmother living in the next town. He asked permission with his parents. They told now we are very busy so it is impossible, we will take you next year.

Discussion rise between parents and boy

Boy: No problem I will go alone.

Parents: You are small boy how can you manage alone?

Boy: Don’t worry about that. How long I can be a small boy? Even at this age how can I stay inside the home? If I go outside I will learn about world and the people. So please let me go.

Father: “Yes. He is right. Let him go as he like”

Abdula father convinced his mother.

Abdula said bye to their parents and moving towards his grandmother house. After moving certain distance he found one person was running towards him with gasp of breathe.

Abdula asked him why are you running like this. Way farer told him that he tied his camel in the dates tree then I went to have a small nap. When I woke up I found my camel was missing. Camel removed the rope and ran away. Did you find any camel on the way?

Discussion between Abdula and Way farer.

Abdula: Is your camel’s right eye is blind?

Way farer: Yes, you are right. Where did you saw? Come on tell me soon.

Abdula: That camel doesn’t have two teeth right?

Way Farer: Yes, my son absolutely. No doubt that is my camel. Where did you saw that camel? Come on tell me soon.

Abdula: Sorry uncle I did not see your camel. I just saw some marks on the way by seeing marks I assumed myself that camel might be like this that is what I asked you.

Way farer did not get confidence in abdula’s words, and he is sure that, he might be belonging to a thief group. He suspected someone belong to abdula only stole the camel. Otherwise how he can say everything so exactly? He was thinking himself.

Way farer thought, He is telling lie that he doesn’t know anything. I should not leave him. I will take him to the judge then he will tell all the truth in front of him. He dragged abdula to the Judge and made him stand in front of judge.

Way farer gave complaint to the judge. “Sir, My camel is missing. Abdula is telling all the identity of camel exactly. When I asked him where did you saw the camel? He is replying that he did not see the camel.

Judge: Did you saw his camel?

Abdula: “Sir, I did not see camel. But, on the way I found few marks by having that mark in my mind I assumed that camel right eye is blind and camel doesn’t have two teeth.

Way farer: Did you see that my judge. Without seeing the camel how can he say all the signs clearly? So, He is the culprit.

Abdula: Apart from this I can tell one more identity also. Two bags might be hanged on the camel’s back, one side is sugar bag, and the other side is wheat bag.

Way farer: He is right sir. One side it was sugar and the other side is wheat. No doubt someone belong to him only stole my camel.

Abdula: “Sir, I am telling the truth. Just by seeing the mark only I told everything.

Judge: Tell me clearly, what you saw on the way?

Abdula: On the way, I saw left hand side plants are grazed. By seeing this I understood that the camel’s right eye might be blind.

Judge: By hearing this answer Judge wondered. And he asked, then how did you find that the camel doesn’t have two teeth.

Abdula: In the grazed place I found in between few leaves was not grazed by seeing this I understood that the camel doesn’t have two teeth in front.

Judge again wondered by hearing the answer of Abdula. Abdula continued, then I saw birds were pecking the scattered sugar and wheat both sides. By seeing this I understood on camel’s back one side sugar bag and the other side wheat might be hanged.

Judge: By hearing all the answer judge felt excited, He hugged the boy and appreciated him.

“Even elders won’t think and judge like this. You are really a very clever boy. Your brain works beyond your age. Only by seeing the mark you judged the whole appearance of camel, really awesome.

I am blessing you; In future you become expert as a judge.

Way farer:  “Sir, My camel…..”  He dragged.

Judge: Don’t waste your time go and search somewhere else. If you stay here for long time I will punish you for blaming on this boy.

Way farer felt very bad for his stupid activity.

Abdula went to his grandma’s house with lot of gifts given by Judge.

That is what Thiruvalluvar said

“Wisdom simplifies its subtlety to others
And other’s subtlety to itself.”

by,
Rushalli

Find my other stories below

Peace of mind
Optimist and Pessimist
Blind man wish

 

Peace of Mind

A father was walking from one town to another with few of his sons. This was in the initial days. While they were travelling, they happened to pass a lake. They stopped there and the Father told to one of his son, “I am very thirsty. Can you get me some water from that lake there?” The son said yes, and walked up to the lake.

When he reached there, he noticed that some people were washing clothes in the water and, right at that moment, a bullock cart started crossing through the lake. As a result, the water became very muddy and obscured. The son thought, “How can I give this muddy water to my Father to drink!” So he came back and told his Father, “The water in there is very muddy and turbid. So I don’t think it is fit to drink.” After about half an hour, again the Father asked the same son to go back to the lake and get him some water to drink.

The son obediently went back to the lake. This time he found that the lake had absolutely clear water in it. The mud had settled down and the water above it looked fit to be had. So he collected some water in a pot and brought it to his Father.

Father looked at the water, and then he looked up at the son and said, “See what you did to make the water clean. You let it be … and the mud settled down on its own – and you got clear water… Your mind is also like that. When it is disturbed, just let it be. Give it a little time. It will settle down on its own. You don’t have to put in any effort to calm it down. It will happen. It is effortless.”

Having ‘peace of mind‘ is not a strenuous job; it is an effortless process. When there is peace inside you, that peace permeates to the outside. It spreads around you and in the environment, such that people around start feeling that peace and grace with full of smile.

The other stories:
Optimist and pessimist
Blind man wish

by
Rushalli

Optimists and Pessimists

This is a story of two twins. One was a hope-filled optimist. “Everything is coming up roses!” The other was a hopeless pessimist. The parents were so worried. Finally the parents of the boys brought them to the local psychologist.

She suggested to the parents a plan to balance the twins’ personalities. “On their next birthday, put them in separate rooms to open their gifts. Give the pessimist the best toys you can be able to buy, and give the optimist a box of manure”. The parents followed these instructions and carefully observed the results.

When the parents ailing in on the pessimist, they heard him orderly complaining, “I don’t like the color of this computer…I’ll bet this calculator will break…I don’t like this game…I know someone who’s got a bigger toy car than this…”

The parents moved eagerly and cautiously across the corridor, the parents ailing in and saw their little optimist gladly throwing the manure up in the air. He was giggling. “You can’t fool me! Where there’s this much manure, there’s got to be a pony!”

Source: Book

The story of Blind man wish.

by,
Rushalli

 

Blind Man Wish

 
There lived a young man called Swami Appan. He doesn’t have any relatives to support him. He did not get any job. He told his deficiency to everyone. But no one showed mercy on him.

Finally he decided,

Ok, God created me lets tell all my worries to god itself! He went to hall near the temple to meet the monk.

He asked the Monk. “Monk, there is no one to support me. So, finally I decided to appeal to god. Can you tell me the way to meet The God?

Monk said. “That is not an easiest job my son. If you want to meet a God you must go to the place where no person should be found. Forest is the best place. Go to the forest with the strong aim to meet god and do penance. God will appear in front of you.  As per the Monk advice swamiyappan went to the forest. He sat under the big tree. He started doing penance with the aim to meet God.

He was doing penance for many years. But God did not appear in front of him. Being very strong in his aim to meet God he never want to give up and he don’t bother about “how many years it elapsed” he continued doing penance with a strong zeal.

Many Years elapsed. 

Swami Appan lost his young age and become old. Even though God did not appear. But swami Appan don’t want to give up. He continued doing penance.

At this time, his two eyes become blind.

Even at that time he never stopped he just continued his penance.

By seeing this God felt pity on him.

Finally, one day God appeared in front of him and said.

“Devotee I Praise your penance. I will give only one boon to you. Ask whatever you want.

He lost all his young age and he became blind too. If he wants young age lifelong he should be a blind man. If he wants unlimited wealth, he will remain old blind man.  

By being old blind man. How one can enjoy the wealth.

He thought for long time and asked as mentioned below.

My Lord, I want to see my grandson’s son eating food in the golden bowl from the seventh storage of my own house” he said.

By seeing his cleverness God granted his boon.

That is what Thiruvalluvar said,

All one aims at can be gained
If one is but firm

by,
Rushalli

 

Birds

Fishing Eagle:

Palla’s fishing eagle is found in inland water in Pakistan and northern India. This majestic eagle is brown with pale head and a board white band across a tail. It hunts for its own prey-fishing, snakes, small mammals and crabs, ot pirates prey from other raptors, forcing to surrender their lawful prize. It also takes carrion. Their white eggs are laid on massive stick-nest on an isolated tree growing near or in water, between November and March.

 

Fairy blue bird:

Fairy blue bird is gorgeous thrush-like bird found in the heavier forests of the Western Ghats, northeastern India and the Andaman’s. The male is brilliant ultra-marine blue and deep black, the female a duller blue green. In the non-breeding season they forage in small flocks, keeping to the upper forest stratum and communicating by rich mellow call-notes. Their food is chiefly arthropods, fruits and nectar.

 

Pariah Kite:

It is the commonest bird of prey of our country Sid. It is also a useful scavenger in towns and cities, taking wastes, dead rats at garbage dumps. It often preys on poultry. It has large wings and forked tail which enable it to remarkable gliding ability. both sexes share the building of a large stick nest in a tree or on a building. It lays two or three legs.

 

 

Golden Eagle:

The golden eagle can fly at speeds between 150 to 200 kilometers per hour. The bird can dive at an unbelievable 900 km per hour.

 

 

 

Oil bird or Guacharo:

Oil bird or Guacharo is night flying bird that lives in caves in northern-south America and Trinidad. It finds its way by echo-location, a bat like sonar device in its ears that emits audible, echoing clicks. It is called the oil bird because the Native Americans use the fat if its clicks as cooking oil.


 

By,
Rushalli

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