You can write this story as 1. A friend in need is a friend indeed the story of two friends 2. Two friends and a bear story– suitable for class 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, JSC, 9, 10, SSC, 11, 12, HSC.
Story on A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed Story: Once there were two friends. They used to live in a certain village. They were very intimate with each other. One day the two friends were walking through a jungle. They promised that they would help each other even at the time of danger. Suddenly, they saw that a bear was coming towards them. Both of them were afraid. One of them knew how to climb up a tree. Soon he climbed up a nearby tree without thinking about his friend. But the other friend was fatty and did not know how to climb up a tree.
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But he knew that a bear does not eat a dead body. So, he fell down on the ground and stopped breathing. And he was pretending like a dead person. The bear came near him, smelt his face, ears, and nose and thought him to be a dead man. So, without touching him, it left the place. The other friend who was on the tree saw everything. He got down from the tree, went to his friend, and asked him eagerly, “Oh! Dear, what did the bear whisper to your ear?” In reply, the friend said, “The bear advised me not to trust a friend who leaves his friend alone in the time of danger.”
Story on Two Friends and a Bear
Two Friends and a Bear Story; There were two friends. They lived in a certain village. They promised that they would help each other anytime even at the time of danger. One day they were walking through a deep forest. Suddenly a bear came in front of them. So they were afraid. They both were at a loss of what to do then. However, one of them knew how to climb up a tree. So, he at once climbed up a nearby tree and hid himself. The other friend, finding no alternative way, fell on the ground and held his breath pretending to be dead.
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The bear came up to him and smelt his nose, ears, and face, took him to be a dead man, and left the place. When the bear was gone, the friend in the tree came down and said, “Thank God that we both are saved. But my friend, I saw the bear put its mouth very close to your ear. Did the bear say anything.” The other friend replied. “Yes, the bear advised me not to believe a friend who left me in danger to seek his own safety.”