The crow and The peacock short story: Once upon a
The Proud Crow story
Once a crow became very sad thinking of his ugly color. He always thought of becoming beautiful. But he could not find out any way to become beautiful. Once he got a chance. He found some feathers of a peacock in a jungle. He did not miss the opportunity. He took the feathers one by one and stuck them in among his own feathers. Then he looked at him and became overwhelmed with joy thinking himself to be as beautiful as a cuckoo. He thought that he should no longer live with the crows. So, he made up his mind to live with peacocks.
But peacocks understood easily that actually, he was a crow in the guise of a peacock. All peacocks gathered together and attacked him. They pulled out all the false feathers and drove him away. Finding no other way he returned to the crows. But the crows did not accept him. They also drove him away. The crows realized his fault. He apologized to all the crows. He also promised that he would never be ever ambitious or show any falsehood.
The crow who pretended story in English
The crow who pretended story in English: Once upon time, a crow became very sad while thinking of his ugly colour. He always thought of becoming beautiful. But he could not find out any way to be beautiful. He always sought chance and means to become beautiful.
One day the crow got a chance. While walking through a jungle he found some feathers of a peacock. He took the opportunity of using the feathers of the peacock to fulfill his goal. He stuck them among his own feathers. After using all the feathers, he was very delighted to see his own beauty. He looked like a beautiful peacock. He decided that he would no longer live with the ugly crows. He thought that he should live with the peacocks. Though the crow’s body turned nice, his behaviour did not change. He was not able to keep pace with the peacocks. Soon the peacocks found out that he was just a crow in the guise of a peacock. They pulled all the feathers out and drove the crow away. He returned to the crows. Unfortunately, the crows did not accept him. At last the crow realized his fault. Finally he thought himself, ‘Over ambition and pride are not good.