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Story : Unity is Strength

Read the beginning of the story. Add at least ten new sentences to complete the story. Give a suitable title to it.

A farmer had four sons. They always quarrelled. This made the farmer unhappy. The neighbours were also disturbed every now and then for their loud shouts. The farmer tried to bring them into their sense but failed. At last, he thought of a plan....................


Unity is Strength

A farmer had four sons. They always quarrelled. This made the farmer unhappy. The neighbours were also disturbed every now and then for their loud shouts. The farmer tried to bring them into their sense but failed. At last, he thought of a plan. One day, the sons were quarrelling again and the old farmer heard them. He told them to bring four sticks and some ropes. The sons were surprised, yet they did so. The old farmer then tied the sticks together with the rope and said to his sons, “Now, try and bread this bundle of sticks.” The four sons tried one after another, but couldn’t break the bundle. Then the farmer untied the sticks and gave one stick to each of his sons. Then he told his sons to break the sticks. This time, they all broke their sticks easily. Then the old farmer said to his sons, “You are like these sticks. When you are united, you are strong. But when you are alone, you are weak.” The sons understood the lesson and promised not to quarrel again.

Same story collected from another book

Read the beginning of the story. Add at least ten new sentences to complete the story. Give a suitable title to it.

A farmer had three sons. His sons were not on good terms with one another. They often quarrelled among themselves. So, the old farmer was unhappy with them. The old farmer wanted to teach them a good lesson. So, he.....................


Unity is Strength

A farmer had three sons. His sons were not on good terms with one another. They often quarrelled among themselves. So, the old farmer was unhappy with them. The old farmer wanted to teach them a good lesson. So, he hit upon a plan. He called all his sons and asked them to bring some sticks. According to their father’s order, the sons collected some sticks (লাঠি) and took them to him. The farmer told the sons to tie the sticks in a bundle (আঁটি). Then the farmer asked each of his sons to break the bundle. Each f them tried to break the bundle but failed. This time the old farmer asked them to untie the bundle. The sons did it at once. Then he gave a stick to each of his sons. He again asked them to break the sticks. The sons could break their sticks easily. Then the farmer told his sons that if they remain (থাকা) united like the bundle of sticks, nobody can harm them. He also warned them if they quarrelled again and remained separate (পৃথক), enemies would break down them like the single stick. He taught his sons the importance of unity. The sons realized (বুঝতে পারা) and promised to remain united.

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