By Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, USA
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They all come near him) Father: Each one of you go and get a stick from our backyard. (They all come back with a stick) Together: Father, we have the sticks. Father: Now, break them in to pieces. Children: Yes, we did. That was so easy. Father: Now, tie all those pieces together with a string. Children: Here it is ready. Father: Now try to break it. Children: Father!! It's not breaking. It's strong now. Father: All of you learn from this simple example. You could break them when they were single but could not even bend them when they were together.
He decided that he should send a 'Lion' to overpower this lion. He chose for this task the King, Raja Jayasimha. ) Jayasimha was a great warrior and a hero; he was also a clever general. What a shame that a man like him should himself be subservient to a foreigner who was ruling the land! Jayasimha proceeded south with his large army. He won over the Sultan of Bijapur to his side. The battle against Shivaji began. All of a sudden Shivaji wrote a letter to Jayasimha informing him that he would agree to a friendly compromise.
The sentries stopped him and his men. " He and his men disregarded the sentries and quietly entered the city. Shivaji's soldiers followed them. Shivaji went directly towards the gates at the rear of the Lal Mahal. From there he went to the Kitchen and cut down all who were there. From there he proceeded to the place where Shaista Khan was sleeping. He had to pull down a small wall that obstructed his entry. A servant heard the wall collapse and went to inform the Khan of what was happening. But the Khan was so sleepy that he drove the servant away saying that it must be some rat in the kitchen.
Bala-Gokulam, Teacher Handbook by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, USA