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Panchatantra: The Bird With Two Necks

Once upon a time, there lived a strange bird named Bharunda who had two necks, but had a common stomach. One day, the bird was wandering on the banks of a lake. One of the heads of the bird saw a delicious fruit and started devouring it. He said, “ It is the most delicious fruit I have ever eaten.” Hearing this, the other head requested the first one, “Dear, let me also taste the fruit that you are praising so much”. The first head laughed and replied, "You do not need to taste the fruit. Since we have only one stomach, whichever head eats, the fruit it will go to the same stomach. Moreover, I am the one who found this fruit. So, I hold the right to relish it." The other head became silent and disappointed after hearing the first head. He decided to teach a lesson to the first head.

One day, the other head found a tree bearing poisonous fruits. He plucked the poisonous fruit and told the first head, “You deceitful fellow, You did not share your fruit with me. Now, I will consume this poisonous fruit to teach you a lesson.”

The first head yelled in fear, "Please

don't eat this poisonous fruit. If you eat it, both of us will die, because we have a common stomach to digest it." The other head replied, “Remain silent! As I have found this fruit, I have every right to eat it.” Saying so, the other head consumed the poisonous fruit. As a result, the bird died and with it, both the heads also lost their lives.

That is why it is said that sharing a good thing with others is always good. This story also teaches you that you must think before taking any action in the heat of the moment.

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Once upon a time, there lived a strange bird named Bharunda who had two necks, but had a common stomach. One day, the bird was wandering on the banks of a lake. One of the heads of the bird saw a delicious fruit and ......

Once upon a time, there lived a strange bird named Bharunda who had two necks, but had a common stomach. One day, the bird was wandering on the banks of a lake. One of the heads of the bird saw a delicious fruit and started devouring it. He said, “ It is the most delicious fruit I have ever eaten.” Hearing this, the other head requested the first one, “Dear, let me also taste the fruit that you are praising so much”. The first head laughed and replied, “You do not need to taste the fruit. Since we have only one stomach, whichever head eats, the fruit it will go to the same stomach. Moreover, I am the one who found this fruit. So, I hold the right to relish it.” The other head became silent and disappointed after hearing the first head. He decided to teach a lesson to the first head.

One day, the other head found a tree bearing poisonous fruits. He plucked the poisonous fruit and told the first head, “You deceitful fellow, You did not share your fruit with me. Now, I will consume this poisonous fruit to teach you a lesson.”

The first head yelled in fear, “Please don’t eat this poisonous fruit. If you eat it, both of us will die, because we have a common stomach to digest it.” The other head replied, “Remain silent! As I have found this fruit, I have every right to eat it.” Saying so, the other head consumed the poisonous fruit. As a result, the bird died and with it, both the heads also lost their lives.

That is why it is said that sharing a good thing with others is always good. This story also teaches you that you must think before taking any action in the heat of the moment.

For more interesting Panchatantra stories for kids, go to : http://mocomi.com/fun/stories/panchatantra/

For other interesting stories for kids, browse though our huge collection of short stories here : http://mocomi.com/fun/stories/

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