Once upon a time there lived a young boy, named Rohan, in a small village somewhere in India. He was the only son of poor parents who worked hard to make ends meet. As the days passed by, the young boy grew into a responsible young adult who helped his parents in the fields and took care of the daily chores.

One day, a diktat was sent by the king to all villages throughout the kingdom mandating that everyone should join the army and fight in the war. The war was against another kingdom and this was an attempt to protect the borders of the kingdom.

Rohan’s parents were shattered and started crying as they didn’t want their son to be conscripted in the army and go to the war. They knew it was a very risky and cruel thing that would leave him vulnerable to the hardships and tribulations of war. But the diktat was binding and there was nothing that anyone could do about it.

So Rohan’s parents bid him an emotional goodbye, gave him all the blessings they could and Rohan went to the war. He had no choice as he knew this was his fate and he had to fulfill it.

Rohan was scared and anxious at first, but he soon overcome it and faced the battle bravely. He fought with all his might and managed to survive all the battles that were aimed against him. He even managed to save some of his fellow soldiers and this earned him much respect from the fellow soldiers and his superiors in the army.

At the end of the war, after years of fighting and hardships, Rohan returned to his village with pride and honour. He had learnt a lot during his time in the army. He had learnt courage, discipline and the true meaning of valour. He understood the importance of doing your duty without any hesitation no matter how hard it is.

The moral of the story is that one must always do their duty, even if it is difficult, because only then can you feel a sense of pride and honour. Doing your duty is an essential part of life and one should not shy away from it.

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