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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Heavenly Elephant


Heavenly elephant is short funny bedtime stories for kids

Once in a village, a farmer was working hard in his field. Suddenly he saw an elephant climbing down from the sky. He was astonished to see it. And he was thinking that

"The elephant can fly I have not seen before! It must be a heavenly elephant it should be an elephant of God.”

After an hour, it is going to leave, why shouldn’t I go to heaven with it.

He caught the elephant by its tail. Elephant started climbing up in the sky so did the farmer with it. At Heaven, what a beautiful place! There should be plenty of good things for me to take.

The farmer took valuable things and put them into his pocket. How do I get back to earth? Oh! Here comes the elephant! He caught its tail again, elephant started climbing down and reached the same field.

Next day when the farmer told everyone in the village and showed them the valuable things he had brought. It is really astonishing. Isn’t it? Yes, indeed it is. And it is such a joy to work there! You get one measure of food for every hour of work and their measure is large! How big is the measure?

short funny bedtime storids for kids of a Heavenly Elephant

This big. After hearing him all the farmers wanted to go to the Heaven with him. Where the farmer had seen the elephant yesterday, he took them their next day. Quiet now! Be silent. Noise may disturb the elephant or he may not land and come back here again.

Ok, how much did you say they pay for an hour’s work up there in the Heaven? One measure of food. How big is the measure? This big! Now be silent, it is appearing. The elephant landed and when it was about to leave.

They all took him by its tail one by one catching each other. And soon all the villagers were flying upward in the sky. We’ll stay there as long as we can and we’ll return with heavy loads of food and other valuables! Yes, we will. 

How much did you say they pay for an hour’s work? A measure of food. How big is the measure?

This big. Oh, what’s this? They all fell. The next moment all of them fell into a river. The elephant was so frightened by the noise that he never came back to those fields again.