This is the story on hard work leads to success. Once upon a time. A majesty king ruled in a state.
One day a foreign visitor came into his court and he gave him a beautiful stone to the king.
The king was very pleased to see the stone. He decided to establish the statue of Lord Vishnu from that stone and establish a statue in the temple of the state
He handed the work of the statue to the state’s Minister.
The Minister went to the best sculptor of the village and he said, “The King want to establish the statue of Lord Vishnu in the state’s temple.
Within Seven Day, Construct the statue of Lord Vishnu with this stone. For this, you will be given 50 gold channels. “
Hearing about 50 gold currencies, the sculptor was happy and after that, the Minister left the place.
The sculptor started his work and brought tools to break the stone.
He took a hammer from his tools and started stabbing the stone.
..But the stone was hard to break.
The stone was hit many times by the hammer..but the stone couldn’t be broken.
After trying fifty times, the sculptor raised the hammer with the aim of effort last time, but he pulled his hand earlier by thinking that when he didn’t break the stone fifty times, then how it will break now.
He went back to the Minister with a stone and returned the stone to him and said,“ It’s impossible to break this stone. I can’t construct the statue of Lord Vishnu.
Minister was to complete the king’s order in every situation. That is why he handed over the work to a simple sculptor of the village to create the statue of Lord Vishnu.
The sculptor hit the stone with a hammer in front of the Minister and the stone broke at once.
After the stone broke, the sculpture was gathered in the statue.
Here the Chief Minister started thinking that if the first sculptor had made a final effort and would have been successful, and would get 50 gold coins.
Moral of the Story – Story on Hard Work Leads to Success
We should also try to work hard until getting the final result
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