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Quite a long time ago, there carried on a deer and a crow in a thick woodland. They were great companions and regularly invested energy with one another. One day a jackal detected the deer and said to himself, “Nothing tastes better than deer tissue! I should by one means or another make companions with this deer and attempt to draw near to him.”
Thus, he drew closer the deer and said, “O deer! I am a vagrant jackal and don’t have any companion in this woods. You seem exceptionally kind-hearted to me. Would you consent to be my companion?” The deer was exceptionally satisfied with the jackal’s quirks and took his new companion to his home.
At the point when the crow saw the deer with the jackal, he cautioned him, “Dear companion, you must be watchful!” But the deer did not pay regard to the crow’s notice and kept being companions with the jackal.
One day, the jackal said to the deer, “I know of an enormous field that is brimming with new corn. Do you wish to run there with me? “The deer joyfully went with the jackal to the corn field. From that day onward, them two began going to that corn field consistently. The proprietor of the field was extremely irritated and chose to catch the hoodlum who ate corn from his field. He set a trap in the field and the following day when the clueless deer came to eat the corn, he got caught in the net.
The jackal saw the deer getting got in the net and thought, “Once the proprietor of the field slaughters the deer, I should at last get the opportunity to eat the divine deer meat for which I have held up so long.” The deer called the jackal for help, yet the shrewdness jackal said, “I am sorry, I can’t do anything! The net is by all accounts exceptionally solid.” Saying along these lines, he left there and shrouded himself close to the field, sitting tight for the proprietor to come and murder the deer.
At the point when the crow did not see his companion deer by the nighttime, he began looking for him and discovered him lying caught vulnerably in the field. At the point when the deer saw the crow, destroys filled in his eyes and he said, “Old buddy, I ignored your recommendation at first and now I endure.
Tomorrow, I should be slaughtered by the proprietor of this field.” The crow felt exceptionally sorry for the deer. He thought for some time and after that a splendid thought struck him. He told the deer, “Hear me out, old buddy! At the point when the proprietor comes tomorrow morning, rests discreetly; make your legs firm and put on a show to be dead. When he will take off the net, I will begin cawing. That would be a sign for you to stand up and flee rapidly.”
The proprietor of the field came the following morning and saw the deer apparently dead. When he uprooted the net, the crow started to caw noisily. In a minute, the deer stood up and sped away. The proprietor got exceptionally irate and tossed a stick at the deer. The deer got away, yet the stick hit the jackal on the head and murdered it.