A crow is found at fault by the king. The king devises different punishments for the crow but the crow gleefully sings and enjoys in every situation he is put into. This angers the king even more but how can you punish someone who simply refuses to be unhappy?
This short tale by Gijubhai focuses on how our emotions are our choice and irrespective of the situation, we can always decide to be happy!
Story Title: આનંદી કાગડો
|Story Title: આનંદી કાગડો
Author: Gijubhai Badheka
Storyteller: Mission Vidya
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About the author – Gijubhai Badheka
Girjashankar Badheka is lovingly referred to as ‘moochali maa (The mother with a moustache)’ for his close connection with children and child development. Badheka introduced Montessori education methods in India and is best known for authoring Divaswapna, a classic about his observations and suggested reforms in primary education. Gijubhai attached a special importance to stories in engaging and teaching children. He has written several funny, fantastical and moral stories for children which are still widely read and cherished.
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