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6th Class Chapter No 27 - What Happened to the Reptiles in English for CBSE NCERT

This lesson may be a story of spiritual harmony depicted through reptiles who lived within the village of Pambupatti and retold by an old man to a boy named Prem who suffered religious riots in his village and while running to save his life reached Pambupatti. Prem, the narrator of the story was so scared of the riot incident that he was not willing to go back to the place. An old man shared the story of Pambupatti to vary his mind.
Pambupatti was the land ruled and lived by reptiles alone. Makara was the crocodile who ruled the forest. He was the most powerful amongst all and was the biggest in size. One day, Makara held a gathering of the reptiles, misusing his power told the tortoises to go away the forest as they were stupid and slow.
After a few months, he repeated the order for snakes to leave the forest. Gradually, he told every animal to leave the forest except crocodiles. No one could ever dare to go against his orders and question him. After some time all the animals left. Consequently, very weird things started happening in the forest. The forest was full of foul smell and the rats and insects started coming out. Seeing the plight of the jungle, other crocodiles made a choice to call back all the animals of the forest .All the animals came back and therefore the forest was back to normal again.
Hearing this , Prem changed his mind and thought of going back to his village and sharing all this with his people to help them have a better perspective of living together in harmony and to understand the unique role of each person in the society.
Posted in 6th on May 30 2020 at 03:35 PM

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