- A mother bird and her two young ones lived in a forest.
- The mother was killed in a storm and the young birds were separated from each other.
- Each found a different home.
THERE once lived a bird and her two new-born babies in a forest. They had a nest in a tall, shady tree and there the mother bird took care of her little ones day and night.
One day, there was a big storm. There was thunder, lightning and rain, and the wind blew down many trees. The tall tree in which the birds lived also came down. A big, heavy branch hit the nest and killed the bird. Fortunately for the baby birds, the strong wind blew them away to the other side of the forest. One of them came down near a cave where a gang of robbers lived. The other landed outside a rishi's ashram a little distance away.
This story is about a mother bird and her two young ones in a forest. The mother bird was taking care of her babies in a tall shady tree. One day a fierce storm uprooted many trees. A big branch hit the nest, and the mother bird was killed. But mercifully, the baby birds were blown away to the other side of the forest and were saved. One of them reached a cave of robbers. The other one settled near a rishi’s ashram.
Meanings of difficult words:
|Robbers||A thief, a burglar.|
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2006). A Pact With The Sun. A Tale of Two Birds (pp. 01-03). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.