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The Lion and The Rabbit – Best 1 Panchatantra Moral Story for Kids

The Lion and The Rabbit

The Lion and The Rabbit

Once upon a time, there was a danger and big lion lived in a jungle. Every day he hunted and killed many animals to satisfy his hunger. The other entire animal in the jungle were worried that one day none of them would be left alive.

They all decided to go to milk and find a solution to this problem.
When the lion saw all the animals approaching, he was very happy to see them. He thought that he could just kill all the animals together once and for all.

The Lion and The Rabbit
The elephant stopped him and explained that as the lion was king of the jungle, and all the others animals were his subjects. There was no one left to guide him. The elephant then suggested that if the lion stayed at home, he would give an animal for milk each day.

The lion gladly accepted the offer on the condition that he would kill him and run away if they did not send him an animal all of them. From then on, each day one animal was sent to the lion and the lion was pleased.
One day it was the turn of a little rabbit to become the lion’s meal. This little rabbit was very clever, so he thought of a plan to save his life.

The rabbit slowly made his way to the lion’s den. The lion was extremely hungry and roared furiously when all he saw that his meal was a tiny little rabbit. The hare shyly explained that there were actually six hares to eat, but five of them were killed and eaten by another lion along the way.
The lion roared in anger. He wanted to know who dared to steal his food.

Bumble Bunny this is a very large lion. He went on to say that another lion had challenged him to prove who the king of the forest really was. The lion was now furious. He asked the rabbit to take him to other lion as he wanted to kill him.

The Lion and The Rabbit
The little rabbit led the lion to a well and told him that the other lion was in there. The lion peeped into the well and saw his own reflection. He thought it was the other lion. He let out a huge roar which echoed back at him. The lion dashed his head against the rocks and drowned to death.
The rabbit returned happily to spread the good news. The little rabbit’s cleverness had saved his life as well as the lives of all the other animals in the jungle.

The Lion and The Rabbit summary:-

The other entire animal in the jungle were worried that one day none of them would be left alive.
When the lion saw all the animals approaching, he was very happy to see them.
The elephant stopped him and explained that as the lion was king of the jungle, and all the others animals were his subjects.
The elephant then suggested that if the lion stayed at home, he would give an animal for milk each day.

One day it was the turn of a little rabbit to become the lion’s meal.
This little rabbit was very clever, so he thought of a plan to save his life.
The lion was extremely hungry and roared furiously when all he saw that his meal was a tiny little rabbit.

He asked the rabbit to take him to other lion as he wanted to kill him.
The little rabbit’s cleverness had saved his life as well as the lives of all the other animals in the jungle.

The Lion and The Rabbit Moral:-

“Wisdom is stronger than physical strength”.

The Lion and The Rabbit Questions:-

Q.1 : Why did the rabbit called the lion to go there?

Ans : The rabbit answered, ”A group of rabbits were coming to you, but on their way, the others were attacked by another ferocious lion. The rabbit took the lion and went to a well and the rabbit show his reflection into the

Q.2: Why did lion not go out to hunt?

Ans: The rabbit answered, ”A group of rabbits were coming to you, but on their way, the others were attacked by another ferocious lion. The rabbit took the lion and went to a well and the rabbit show his reflection into the. The Lion and The Rabbit

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  7. A Mouse in The House
  8. Foolish Crow and Clever Fox
  9. Value Of Money
  10. Truth Will Never Die

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Written by Deepak Gupta

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