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Short Story about Grandparents with Moral Lesson

Grandparents are our parents’ parents. They are the reason for your existence in this world. As a grandchild, you will get more love from your grandparents than your parents. It is your grandparents who can tell you the childhood stories of your parents. As an elder member of the family, he plays a crucial role […]

Short Story about Dreams Coming True with Moral Lesson

Dreams are something which we want in real, we think about the things what actually we want and need and then we dream about them. Every person has some dreams, which they want to achieve and have. Similarly, there was a little girl named Trisha, who also have big dreams and always wanted to achieve […]

Short Story About Karma With Moral Lesson

There was a boy named Shyam, who lived in small village of Uttar Pradesh. He was a brilliant child and only child of his parents. His mother and father both were farmers. As the village was in a remote area, people of that village were very poor and unaware of most of the facilities provided […]

Short Story about First Day of School

In this article we are going to tell you a short story about first day of school. The title of the story is “Starting step of being educated”. So here we go… Nitya was very excited as well as much tensed throughout that day. She was pondering the whole time about what is going to […]

Short Story about Misunderstanding Between Friends

In this article we are going to tell you a short story about misunderstanding between friends. The title of the story is “Fever”. So, here we go…. “Hey, the thermometer reading shows 104.5”, exclaimed Arjun.  “What!! That is higher than the boiling point of water. This is critical right?” questioned Bhopu. “It is 104.5 degree […]

Short Story About College Life

In this article we are going to tell you a short story about college life. The title of the story is “A Walk-through the Windowpane“. It is written by Megan Lawrence. I hesitatingly opened the latter. My hands trembled and my breath hitched. I looked around me and saw the expectant, though supportive faces of […]

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