Owl And Crow Story Panchatantra Stories In English Educational Videos By Mocomi Kids
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A long time ago, the birds of a forest called a meeting to elect a new king for themselves. They were dissatisfied with their present king, Garuda, who spent most of his time enjoying in heaven rather than fulfilling his duties as the king of the birds. So, the birds decided that they would elect some other bird as their king.
After many arguments and heated discussions, the birds finally came to the decision that they would crown the owl as their new king. They started making preparations for the coronation of the newly-elected king of the birds.
Just then, a crow flew in and made an objection to the birds’ selection saying, “You have chosen the owl as the king? What were you thinking? Why, such an ugly bird! He also goes blind during the day! And what’s more, owls are birds of prey. He might just kill one of you and have you for his meal rather than protecting you as his subject. What kind of a king would such a bird make? A peacock or a swan would do much better.”
The birds thought that the crow’s arguments were based on logic. This made them reconsider their decision. They decided to hold another meeting on a later date for the election of the king. The coronation ceremony was postponed.
The owl who was still sitting, ready to be crowned as the king, noticed that suddenly everybody had gone absolutely quiet around him. Since it was day time, the owl could not see anything at all. He started growing restless and a little suspicious too. At last, he asked his attendants why the coronation was taking so long. The attendants replied, “Sir, the coronation ceremony has been postponed. The birds have changed their minds about crowning you as their king, They have all gone back to their homes now. There is nobody here.
The owl was infuriated. “Why?” he asked.
The attendant replied, “A crow put up arguments against the owl family. He said that owls are ugly and are killers.”
The owl lost his temper even more. He said to the crow who was smirking, “You have deprived me of the honour of becoming the king of the birds. So, from now on, the owls will be sworn enemies of the crows. Beware of us.”
The crow realised that his over-smartness had made him an enemy but it was too late now. That is why it is said that you should think twice before you say or do anything.
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The Gond style of painting is a style of art practised by the Gond Adhivasi community in India. Pre-dominantly found in the state of Madhya Pradesh, the community also extends to the states of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chattisgarh and Orissa.
The art style can be characterized by the use of lines, dots and spirals to impart a sense of movement and create texture. The subject matter of Gond paintings are colourful descriptions of flora, fauna, daily life and local deities.
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