About the book: ‘Gold Coins’ story of Parita, a cute and cheerful girl living with his father Mohan and grandma. She is fond of studying and curious to know new things in the world. On a day, Mohan was blessed with treasure by luck, after which Mohan falls in bad company. More
About the book: ‘Gold Coins’ story of Parita, a cute and cheerful girl living with his father Mohan and grandma. She is fond of studying and curious to know new things in the world. On a day, Mohan was blessed with treasure by luck, after which Mohan falls in bad company. A BAG OF COINS There was a small village named Ramanagar, people in the village were living with limited resources but happily. Mohandas was a farmer living in the village with his mother and little daughter Parita; he had lost his wife in fatal dangue fever few years back. He was used to get up early every morning and after doing house core he would go to farm. Mohandas was hardworking and honest farmer, but because of unpredictable weather his income was irregular and low. Till his life was happy and cheerful. On a sunny day, he went to a nearby town for purchasing grocery; the sun had hidden in the horizon already before his returning. He had to walk few miles through dark forest, the forest reverberated voice of fox. Mohandas was brave farmer who would not fear of wild animals, beside he always kept a stick with him. But he was in hurry, Parita might be waiting for him, he had decided to bring a doll for her. And his mother must waiting for her darling son eagerly, although she must have prepared food but she would not eat before seeing him safe. He accelerated pace of walking, just one more mile and his village will be there. “Ouch…” his foot struck to something hardly, the severe pain ran through his foot. He cocked down because of throbbing pain, not so significant injury relived in a minute. He recovered and picked up his luggage again to his way, but his eyes glared to see a glittering thing in the moon light; he was tempted checked to it, but a fear of trap made him alert. He looked around no one was seen, he ambled to the glittering thing. “Oh, my god, this looks like gold coin.” He was amazed to touch the thing in hand; he trembled with excitement touching gold coin first time ever in his life. Sweat drops appeared on his forehead when he found full of gold coins. “Whose gold will be this?” he thought and searched around but no one was there. He shouted many times but no one replied. “I think god has sent this for me.” His mind was clouded of thoughts while returning to home, although he was happy but also in dilemma whether he should keep coins with him or not?
Pooja Chauhan daughter of Doctor parents has written this story at the 8 years. She loves reading and drawing, this is her first story. She is fabulous storyteller and painter. In such a little age, she owns a big library.