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adventurous story in 150-200 words with moral-Prithviraj Chauhan

 An adventurous story in 150 words with moral-Prithviraj Chauhan



Prithviraj Chauhan


Story



            This story is about a king of India. Who continued to show courage till his last breath. Whom people knew as Prithviraj Chauhan.


            It is believed that there were eighteen wars between Prithviraj Chauhan and Mohammad Ghauri.


Prithviraj Chauhan vs Mohammad Ghori


          And Prithviraj Chauhan won 17 times. Mohammad Ghauri left alive By Prithviraj Chauhan. 

        Mohammad Ghori won the 18th time, took Prithviraj Chauhan captive and broke his eyes.

         Now the sun had set forever for Prithviraj Chauhan.


        Prithviraj Chauhan had the art of Shabd-bhedi Baan ( i.e. The art of shooting arrows in the direction of voice).

          Talk of this art was sent to Mohammad Ghori. On this Mohammed approved it.


          Prithviraj Chauhan was called to display his art in the Mahafil( Royal court ). At that time he was accompanied by Chandravardai.



          Chandbardai, who was a close friend of Prithviraj Chauhan and a poet.


         When Prithviraj Chauhan was asked to showcase his art. Then Chandravardai said some lines
“चार बांस चौबीस गज, अंगुल अष्ट प्रमाण, ता ऊपर सुल्तान है मत चुके चौहान।"

(i.e.  Sultan is sitting above the distance of four bamboos, twenty-four yards and eight fingers, So do not miss the chance. O' Chauhan.)

Prithviraj Chauhan


        As soon as Muhammad Ghori spoke, Prithviraj Chauhan heard the voice and fired an arrow which hit Ghori's neck and Ghori died.


Another moral story

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