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10 Advanced Short Stories from Pratham Books for ACR Project

by Pratham Books

The Advance level book of short stories from Pratham books, used in the ACR project, Pune.

10 Basic short stories from Pratham Books for ACR Project

by Pratham Books

10 Basic level short stories in Full text with Human Narration, selected from Pratham books for the ACR project in Pune.

10 Intermediate short stories from Pratham Books for ACR Project

by Pratham Books

This is the 2nd part of selected stories in Full text with Human narrated audio, from Pratham books, which are used for the ACR project in Pune.

Adhi Dyave Mag Magave

by Shankar Karhade

This is a story of a village where people did not beg. Everybody in the village was prosperous and happy. One day a devotee of God comes to this village and starts begging for food and but nobody gives him anything. He goes to the main authority’s house and begs. He gets nothing so he calls them atheist. He is told that if he cannot give anything to anybody he should not ask anything from anybody. Since then, he stops begging.

Apale Kutumba Hech Apale Sarvasva

by Shankar Karhade

This is a story of a rich man. He heard about a Panditji who predict the future accurately. The predictions of Panditji came true. So people believed in him. Nobody doubted their future. He told the rich man that there will be a robbery in his house and the thief will be an insider. He sends all his people away for a week and gives a chance for a thief to rob easily and there was no one to save him. He did not trust his own family.

Bedukarav Darav Darav

by L. G. Paranjape

This is a story of frog and turtle. they enjoying every day in the water. all other friends watch them.

Birabalacha Guru

by Tara Chaudhari

Once the emperor said Birbal that he wants to meet Birbal Guru. Three months were gone but don't know what to do?. He saw a shepherd and planned a tick. Next day presented shepherd as the guru in front of the king. Read story what happens next.

Cherry Land Balapan

by Prof. Pratibha Saraph

A small incident which makes one go back to childhood memories in marathi.

Dev Tethechi Janava

by D. V. Joshi

Clouds in the sky hinder the mountains and the rain falls. Knowing this, Kruplana started the new practice of Govardhan Puja, without worshiping Indra. In order to teach Gokul residents a good lesson, Indra started continuously raining. Krishna helps and rescues all. Indra returns angry and gulps all the water from the clouds and makes everything dry. Now the people again pray to Govardhan and the rain falls. Indra is surprised, how can this happen? He humbles himself.

Gharatyala Ganapatichi Sond

by Milind Vatave

This is a story of the sparrow. sparrow lived with his wife. one cat has eaten all the eggs of the sparrow. sparrow got an idea and sparrow made a beautiful home in the shape of the trunk.

Havara Manus

by Ramkrushna Chaudhari

There was a man devoted the god. God was pleased on man. god gave him swan who give every day a golden egg. The man became greedy and kill the swan.

Havarat Kutra Ani Tyach Pratibimb

by Baba Bhand

One day a dog was looking for food and he sees some vultures feeding on the remains of an animal carcass. The dog manages to take little meat from there. He comes near a river and sees a bigger dog and a more big size of meat in his jaws. He desires to get that bigger piece of meat. He opens his mouth to bark and his piece of meat goes in the water. In an attempt to get what was not there he loses his own piece of meat.

Kavale Kiti

by Shrimati Tara Chaudhari

The story of Birbal where his rivals were trying to trap him by asking a difficult question. Here he was asked," how many crows are there in this village?".

Kavalyachi lek

by Anagha Hire

This a story of crow and his family. Crowe and his wife given a party on the occasion of kids birth. crows got a misunderstood with the cuckoo. crows became angry. read story what happens next.

Kavlyachi motar

by Purushottam Dhakras

A crow was eating the parasites on the back of a buffalo thinking himself siting on a motor. While eating, it had damages the skin and the buffalo had to suffer. The buffalo complained and asked the crow not to sit on its back. The crow was adamant and troubled the buffalo. The buffalo asked the other birds to sit on its back to get rid of the parasites but the crow would not allow. One day a kingfisher tells the buffalo to dip itself in the water so that the fishes will eat all the parasites. The crow now has no chance to sit on the back so it flies away.

Kokileche Gupit

by Anagha Hire

This a story of the cuckoo secret. In the magical jungle, all birds were lived. crow and cuckoo were best friends. cuckoo want to keep her eggs with crow eggs. Read this story what happen.

"Mazza Masa!" "Nahi, Mazza Masa!"

by Suraj J. Menon

तीन मित्र आणि तीन हुशार मासे यांची मजेदार गोष्ट.

NCERT Class 11 chemistry Part - I

by New Delhi Training National Council of Educational Research

chemistry Part-I textbook for the 11th standard from National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi in English.

NCERT Class 12 Mathematics Part-I (1)

by New Delhi Training National Council of Educational Research

Mathematics Part-I textbook for the 12th standard from National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi in English.

NCERT Class 12 Mathematics Part-I (2)

by New Delhi Training National Council of Educational Research

Mathematics Part-I textbook for the 12th standard from National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi in English.

NCERT Class 12 Mathematics Part-II (1)

by New Delhi Training National Council of Educational Research

Mathematics Part-I textbook for the 12th standard from National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi in English.

NCERT Class 12 Mathematics Part-II (2)

by New Delhi Training National Council of Educational Research

Mathematics Part-II textbook for the 12th standard from National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi in English.

Oyoy Ghya Oyoy

by Shakuntala Phadanis

There was a rich man. He was very stingy. He had many servants. He paid them a very little salary and treated them badly. Once, he said them that to bring "oyoyo" for him. They were started wondering since they don't know what was that? There was a boy named Chander. He brought "Oyoyo" for a rich man.

Paropakar Chichundri Ani Shalindar

by Baba Bhand

One day an old porcupine who had no strength goes to the house of mice and asks for shelter. The mice allow it to stay inside but the house was very small and not enough space for all of them to fit in. After few days the mice request the porcupine to leave. The porcupine denies to leave but instead asks the mice to vacate the house and go.

Raja Durjanache Prayashchitt

by Mukesh Nadan

One day king Durjan saw an angel singing in the sky and he met her. Both fell in love with each other. He takes some time and comes back to his wife. There he realized that he had sinned. He wanted to repent but again he goes looking for Angel Apsara. Apsar recognizes the pain of his wife and decides to get rid of the king. The king later comes back and repents and becomes a righteous man.

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