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Story : Dress does not Make a Man Great

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Sheikh Saadi was a great poet of Iran. He led a very simple life. Once the king of the country invited him to the court. Walking all day long on foot, he....................


Dress does not Make a Man Great

Sheikh Saadi was a great poet of Iran. He led a very simple life. Once the king of the country invited him to the court. Walking all day long on foot, he became tired and took shelter in a rich man’s house at night. Saadi had a very simple dress as usual. The rich man considered him an ordinary traveller and did not entertain (আপ্যায়ন করা) him well. The next day, Saadi left the rich man’s house and reached the king’s court. The king received him cordially and presented him royal dress. On his way back home, Saadi again took shelter in the same rich man’s house. Seeing his royal (রাজকীয়) dress, the rich man took great care of him and served him rich and delicious (সুস্বাদু) food items. Saadi started putting the food items into his pocket instead of eating. The rich man became astonished (বিস্মিত) at his strange behaviour and asked the reason for his doing so. Saadi gently told the host of his behaviour on the first day and the second day. “The delicious food was given to me for the dress. So I am putting this food in my dress,” he said. The man became very ashamed (লজ্জিত) of remembering his behaviour and begged pardon (ক্ষমা). Saadi then introduced himself to the rich man and took leave of him.

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

The king of Iran used to invite the great poet Sheikh Sa’adi very often to his court. Once on his way to the king’s court the poet took shelter in a nobleman’s house for a night. He was then.....................


Dress does not Make a Man Great

The king of Iran used to invite the great poet Sheikh Sa’adi very often to his court. Once on his way to the king’s court the poet took shelter in a nobleman’s house for a night. He was then in a very simple dress. The nobleman could not recognize his and they showed disrespect and dishonour to him. The poet left the nobleman’s house in utter dismay. A few days later, he went there putting on a rich dress. This time he was duly respected and honoured by the people of the nobleman’s house. They gave him rich food to eat. The poet did not eat the food but he began to put the food in his pocket. Being astonished, the nobleman asked the poet about his mysterious behaviour. Then, the poet said, “This food is for my dress, not for me. Had it been not so, I would have been treated in the same manner when I was very poorly dressed. “The nobleman was really sad for this. He begged forgiveness of the poet.

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