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Story : Honesty Never Goes Unrewarded

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Once there lived a farmer who had a few acres of land. With that, he could barely support his family. One day he was walking through a field and thinking about how he could add to his income. Suddenly, he saw a purse lying beside the field. He picked the purse up and found a lot of money in it. He said, “It might be dropped by a passer-by.” He looked for the owner for some times but found no one....................


Honesty Never Goes Unrewarded

Once there lived a farmer who had a few acres of land. With that, he could barely support his family. One day he was walking through a field and thinking about how he could add to his income. Suddenly, he saw a purse lying beside the field. He picked the purse up and found a lot of money in it. He said, “It might be dropped by a passer-by.” He looked for the owner for some times but found no one. He took the bag to his home and showed it to his wife. His wife said to him, “God has given this money to us and so we should use it to remove our poor condition.” The farmer said, “No, it does not belong to us. I should take for the owner.” The next day, the farmer was waiting in that place where he found the purse thinking that the owner might come to search the purse. After a long time, he noticed a man looking for something. The farmer rushed to the man and came to know that the purse belonged to him. He took the man at home and handed over the bag. The man was very pleased with the honesty of the farmer. The man was very rich and he gave the farmer a good job with high salary on his farm. The farmer and his wife became pleased and they were no more in want.

Almost same story collected from another book

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Once there lived a poor farmer who worked very hard to maintain his big family. But he could hardly manage two square meals a day. One day while working in the field, he found a basket. He picked it up and carried it....................


Honesty is the Best Policy

Once there lived a poor farmer who worked very hard to maintain his big family. But he could hardly manage two square meals a day. One day while working in the field, he found a basket. He picked it up and carried it home. He showed it to his wife. She opened it. Oh! It was full of huge amount of money. The wife was greedy by nature. She advised her husband to use it or at least a part of it for themselves. But the farmer told his wife that to use it was nothing but great dishonesty. He added that he would first try to find out the person who had lost the basket. He set out (শুরু করা) to find the owner of it. He moved here and there to find him or her. At last, the farmer found the owner of the basket. He was an industrialist of the nearby town. He went to him and gave him the basket. Finding the basket, the rich man became very happy. He gave the farmer lots of thanks, but no reward. Giving back the basket to its owner, the farmer became happy. Then he came back home. The farmer’s wife looked at him very angrily and rebuked him for his foolishness. But the farmer did not change his motto and stand. He kept on saying “Honesty is the best policy.” Some months went away (অতিক্রম করা). Suddenly one day the industrialist arrived at his house. Both he and his wife got astonished at this. They tried their level best to entertain him. He praised the farmer highly. Then he gave the farmer a handsome cash reward and gave him some plots of land, then took leave of them. The poor farmer and his wife became very glad at the greatness of the rich man. Then the farmer called his wife and said to her. “Now have you understood that honesty is the best policy?” The wife felt very ashamed and said, “Really, honesty is the best policy.”

Almost same story collected from another book

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Piash was a poor rickshaw puller. He earned his bread at the cost of his honest sweat. He did not like to be a rich man overnight. But his wife Jarina was very greedy. One day while he was returning home with his rickshaw, he found a small leather bag in his rickshaw. At home he opened the bag and found 10 lakh taka inside the bag......................


Honesty of a Rickshaw Puller

Piash was a poor rickshaw puller. He earned his bread at the cost of his honest sweat. He did not like to be a rich man overnight. But his wife Jarina was very greedy. One day while he was returning home with his rickshaw, he found a small leather bag in his rickshaw. At home he opened the bag and found 10 lakh taka inside the bag. Dancing with joy, she asked Piash to hide the money so that nobody could see or know about it. But Piash refused to do so. He remembered the house where he dropped his last passenger and set out for the house with his rickshaw. He reached the house and pressed the calling bell. The gateman wanted to drive him out saying that Mr. Samad was almost mad after losing his money. Then Piash said, “Please tell him I have a good news for him.” The gatekeeper conveyed the message. Mr. Samad came out running and Piash gave him the bag. Finding his money intact, Mr. Samad took him in his living room. He gave Piash some money and appointed him the caretaker of his house at a monthly pay of taka 8,000.

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