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Monday, April 9, 2012

Story for SSC/HSC Examination


Read the following story. It is not complete. Use the clues, complete the story and give it a title.
                                                Unity is strength (GKZvB kw³)
Once there was an old farmer who had five sons. The sons always quarreled among themselves and got separated. The old man was very unhappy. Soon he fell ill. They could always quarreled with one another. One day the old farmer called his sons to bring some sticks and tied them in a bundle. He told them to break the bundle. They tried but could not-----------------
Once an old farmer had four sons. They could always quarreled with one another. One day the old farmer called his sons to bring some sticks and tied them in a bundle. He told them to break the bundle. They tried but could not break the bundle of the sticks. Then he told them to untie the bundle and gave a stick to sons and asked them to break it. Then all of them broke the stick easily. The farmer told them that if they would remain separate and quarreled with one another, the enemy would easily defeat them. But if they remained united like the bundle, they would be much stronger and the enemy could not do any harm to them. At this the three sons learnt a great lessons and began to live unitedly and happily. (GK`v GK e„× K…l‡Ki Pvi cyÎ wQj| Zviv memgq G‡K Ac‡ii m‡½ SMovq wjß _vKZ|GKw`b e„× K…lK Zvi mšÍvb‡`i WvK‡jb wKQy jvwV  wb‡q Avm‡Z ej‡jb Ges GK m‡½ AvwuU eva‡Z ejj|‡m Zv‡`i‡K AvwuUwU fv½‡Z ejj| Zviv †Póv Kij wKš‘ evwÛ‡ji jvwV¸‡jv  fv½‡Z cvij bv|Zvici †m evwÛ‡ji jvwV¸‡jv Avjv`v Ki‡Z ejj Ges GKwU K‡i  jvwV w`‡q Zv‡`i‡K fv½‡Z ejj|Zvici cÖ‡Z¨‡KB jvwVwU AwZ mn‡RB fv‡½ †djj|K…lK Zv‡`i‡K ejj †h Zviv hw` Avjv`v Avjv`v _v‡K Ges SMov K‡i Zvn‡j cÖwZc¶ Zv‡`i AwZ mn‡RB civwRZ Ki‡Z m¶g n‡e|wKšÍ hw` Zviv evwÛ‡ji gZ GK m‡½ _v‡K Zvn‡j Zviv kw³kvjx n‡e Ges cÖwZc¶ Zv‡`i‡K ¶wZ Ki‡Z cvi‡e bv|G‡Z mšÍv‡biv fvj wk¶v MÖnY Kij Ges GKm‡½ my‡LkvwšÍ‡Z evm Kiv ïi“ Kij|)          
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Read the following story. It is not complete. Use the clues, complete the story and give it a title.
One summer day, a crow got very thirsty. It searched for water hither and thither. At last it saw a jar at a distance. It flew down to it. There was a little water at the bottom of the jar. But it was too low for the crow. The crow tried to upset the jar. But the crow was not too strong to do it. The crow was in a fix what to do-------------
               A thirsty crow and a Jar( GKwU wccvmvZ© KvK Ges GKwU Kjwm)
One summer day, a crow got very thirsty. It searched for water hither and thither. At last it saw a jar at a distance. It flew down to it. There was a little water at the bottom of the jar. But it was too low for the crow. The crow tried to upset the jar. But the crow was not too strong to do it. The crow was in a fix what to do.At last he hit upon a plan. He gathered rocks and put down it one by one into the jar.When it had dropped a large number of stones, the water in the jar rose high enough for him to reach it.Then the crow quenched its thirst drinking water to it’s heart content  and flew away with a joyful mind.(GK MÖx¯§Kv‡j Kv‡j GKwU KvK Lye Z…òvZ© n‡q coj|GwU †mLv‡b cvwb LyRu‡Z jvMj|Ae‡k‡l GwU wKQy`~‡i GKwU Kjm †`L‡Z †cj|GwU D‡o †mwUi Dci emj|KjmwUi Zj‡`‡k Aí wKQy cvwb wQj|wKš‘ Zv KvKwUi bvMv‡ji evB‡i wQj|KvKwU KjmwU‡K Dwë‡q †d‡j †`Iqvi †Póv Kij| wKšÍ GwU Kivi gZ KvKwUi kw³ wQj bv|KvKwU wKsKZ©e¨ wegyp n‡q †Mj|‡kl ch©šÍ †m GKwU eyw× LvUv‡jv|‡m bywo GK RvqMv Kij Ges †m¸‡jv Av‡¯Í Av‡¯Í †m¸wj Kjwmi g‡a¨ †dj‡Z jvMj|hLb †ek wKQy msL¨K cv_i Gi wfZi †djj Kjwmi cvwb Dc‡i DV‡Z jvMj †hUv KvKwUi Rb¨ bvMvj cvIqv h‡_ó wQj|Zvici KvuKwU g‡bi Z…wßmnvKv‡i cvwb cvb K‡i Z…òv wbeviY Kij|g‡b Avb›` wb‡q D‡o P‡j †Mj|) 

Read the following story. It is not complete. Use the clues, complete the story and give it a title.
There was a cowboy in a village. He used to tend cows in nearby field beside the forest. The cowboy was a great liar. He enjoyed himself making--------------------                       
                                       The liar cowboy (GKRb wg_¨vev`x ivLvj)
There was a cowboy in a village. He used to tend cows in nearby field beside the forest. The cowboy was a great liar. He enjoyed himself making fun with people. He often (cÖvqB) cried (wPrKvi) “wolf, wolf”! Hearing the crying of the boy, the villagers came with bamboo, spares and other weapons. When they came, they could not see any wolf. But the boy laughed at them. He made it several times. The villagers lost their faith upon the boy. One day a wolf really came. This time the boy cried out for help, but none came to help. The wolf killed the boy. (GK MÖv‡g wQj GK ivLvj|‡m e‡bi cv‡k¦© R½‡j Mi“ PovZ|ivLvj evjK wQj AZ¨šÍ wg_¨vev`x|‡m wb‡R‡K Avb›` ‡c‡Z †jv‡Ki mv‡_ gRv KiZ| ‡m cÖvqB †bK‡o evN,†bK‡o evN e‡j wPrKvi KiZ|wPrKv‡ii AvIqvR ï‡b MÖvgevmxiv evku miwK Ges A¯¿ wb‡q Qy‡U AvmZ|hLb Zviv AvmZ ZLb Zviv †Kvb †bK‡o evN †`LZ bv|wKš‘ evjKwU nvmZ|‡m A‡bKevi GiKg K‡i‡Q|evjKwUi Dci †_‡K MÖvgevmxiv wek¦vm nviv‡jv|GKw`b mwZ¨B †bK‡o evN Avmj|GB mgq †m mvnv‡h¨i Rb¨ wPrKvi Kij ,wKšÍ †KD mvnv‡h¨i Rb¨ GwM‡q Avmj bv|‡bK‡o evN evjKwU‡K nZ¨v Kij|)
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Read the following story. It is not complete. Use the clues, complete the story and give it a title.
There had been a greedy dog. One day he stole a piece of meat from a farmer’s kitchen. Taking it in his mouth he started--------------.
                    The story of greedy dogs.(GKwU †jvfx KyKz‡ii Mí)
There had been a greedy dog. One day he stole a piece of meat from a farmer’s kitchen. Taking it in his mouth, he started to run away from the place. He was looking for a suitable place to eat the piece. While he was running with it, on the way he had to cross a bridge of a small stream. While walking on the bridge he saw his own reflection in the water below. He thought that it was another dog, which might snatch his piece of meat. So he began to bark. But alas! During barking, his piece of meat fell from his mouth in the stream below and he was disappointed. (GK wQj GK †jvfx KzKzi| GKw`b †m GKUzKiv gvsm K…l‡Ki ivbœvNi †_‡K Pzwi K‡iwQj|GUv gy‡L wb‡q H ¯’vb †_‡K cvwj‡q hvIqvi Rb¨ †`Šo ïi“  Kij | †m UzKivwU LvIqvi Rb¨ GKwU wbivc` ¯’v‡bi mÜvb K‡iwQj|hLb †m GUv mv‡_ K‡i †`Šov‡Z wQj,c‡_i gv‡S Zv‡K GKwU †QvÆ SiYvi Dci GKwU mv‡Kuv AwZµg Ki‡Z n‡qwQj|hLb †m mv‡Kuv AwZµg Ki‡ZwQj cvwbi g‡a¨ †m Zvi wb‡Ri cÖwZwe¤^ †`L‡Z †cj|‡m fvej †h GUv wQj Avi GKwU KzKzi †h Zvi gvs‡mi UzKiv wQwb‡q wb‡Z cv‡i|ZvB †m ûsKvi w`‡Z jvMj|wKš‘ nvq! ûsKvi Zvi gvs‡mi UzKiv Zvi gyL †_‡K SiYvi bx‡P c‡o †Mj Ges †m nZvk n‡jv|)
Once in summer day, a fox was very thirsty. He looked about all day for water to drink. At last he came to a well. The well was very deep. He tried to get water. He tumbled in. There was a little water. So he was not drowned. He drank all he could. Then he tried to get out. But he could not. A goat came to the well to drink water. He saw the fox and said, “I could not get any water. Is there water to drink?”-------------
                               Don’t believe a cheat (cÖZviK‡K wek¦vm K‡iv bv )
Once in summer day, a fox was very thirsty. He looked about all day for water to drink. At last he came to a well. The well was very deep. He tried to get water. He tumbled in. There was a little water. So he was not drowned. He drank all he could. Then he tried to get out. But he could not. A goat came to the well to drink water. He saw the fox and said, “I could not get any water. Is there water to drink?” The cunning fox was glad to see the goat and at once made a plan. He invited the goat and said, “My friend, this well is famous for its sweet water. I have jumped in and I’m drinking water to my heart’s content. If you want a taste of it yourself, please jump into it.” Without a second thought, the foolish goat jumped into the well. The fox at once leaped on the goat’s back, then got on to his long horns and got out at the well. Before leaving the place, he looked into the well and said, Foolish goat, look before you leaf. The goat at last cried to come out and wanted to get help from the fox but the fox went away. (GK`v GK †LKuwkqvj Lye Z…òvZ© n‡jv|‡m mvivw`b Gw`K †mw`K cvb Kivi Rb¨ cvwb Ly‡uR †eovj| Ae‡k‡l †m GKwU K~‡ci wbK‡U G‡jv|K~cwU wQj Lye Mfxi|‡m cvwb †c‡Z †Póv Kij|‡m wfZ‡i jvd w`j| ‡mLv‡b mvgvb¨ cvwb wQj| ‡m Rb¨ †m Wye‡jv bv| ‡m hZUzKz cvij cvb Kij| Zvici †ewi‡q Avmvi †Póv Kij|wKšÍ cvij bv| GKwU QvMj cvwb cvb Kivi Rb¨ K~cwUi wbKU G‡jv|‡m †LuKwkqvj‡K †`Lj Ges ejj,Avwg cvb Kivi Rb¨ †Kvb cvwb cvBwb| GLv‡b wK cvb Kivi g‡Zv cvwb Av‡Q? a~Z© †kqvj QvMjwU‡K †`‡L Lye Lykx n‡jv Ges Zr¶bvr GKwU eyw× Kij| †m QvMjwU‡K cvwb cvb Kivi Rb¨ Avgš¿Y Rvbvj Ges ejj Ò Avgvi e›×y GB K~‡ci cvwb wgwó cvwbi Rb¨ weL¨vZ|Avwg K~‡c jvd w`‡qwQ Ges ü`q I g‡bvZ…wß mnKv‡i cvwb cvb K‡iwQ| Zzwg hw` Gi ¯^v` †c‡Z PvI, Zvn‡j AbyMÖn K‡i Gi g‡a¨ jvd `vI | †Kv‡bv wPšÍv bv K‡iB †evKv QvMj K~‡ci g‡a¨ jvd w`j| wkqvjwU ZLb Zvi j¤^v cv w`‡q QvM‡ji Kv‡au DVj Zvici wks Gi Dci fi w`‡q  K~c †_‡K †ei n‡q †Mj|¯’vbZ¨vM Kivi c~‡e© †m K~‡ci g‡a¨ ZvKv‡jv Ges ejj Ò‡evKv QvMj, fvweqv Kwi I KvR,Kwiqv fvweI bv| QvMjwU †kl ch©šÍ †ei n‡q Avmvi †Póv Kij Ges †kqv‡ji mvnvh¨ Kvgbv Kij wKš‘ †kqvjwU ‡`Š‡o P‡j †Mj|)