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Rambha, their old maidservant was standing by the door. I'm afraid of ghosts! Rambha patted Wanted friend then companion head affectionately and said, "Whoever heard of anyone being afraid of dark!
Think of Rama and no ghost will dare come near you. No one will touch a hair of your head.
Rama will protect you. Repeating the name of Rama, he left the room.
And from that Wanted friend then companion, Mohan was never lonely or afraid. He believed that as long as Rama was with him, he was safe from the danger.
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You will have to walk nearly six miles but you gave your word to Mr. You promised to fetch his book. Go and fetch it now. The punishment seemed far too severe. Manilal was only a child, the night was dark and the way lonely. He had only forgotten a book after all. It could be brought the next day. This was what they all felt, but no one had the courage to say anything.
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Kaka Saheb Kalelkar went there to help. One day Kaka Saheb found Gandhiji anxiously freind around his desk. What are you looking for?
He took out his pencil and offered it to him.
Don't waste time looking for it now. That little pencil is very precious to me," Gandhiji insisted. He gave it with so much love and affection.
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I'll ask her to sew a Kurta for you. Wamted he said, "But I am not alone, son. It wouldn't be right for me to be the only one to wear a kurta.
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