Once upon a time, in a small, forgotten town situated in the south of India lived an orphaned 8 years old boy named Maidan. He was born to destitute parents and his mother died soon after childbirth. His father, being homeless and jobless, could not bear the burden of raising a son and decided to leave him at the doorstep of a kindhearted woman named Parvati. She immediately took the responsibility of raising this little orphan boy, even though she already had four children of her own.
Parvati was a very caring and loving mother and she taught her children the importance of social service and hard work. Maidan was a good student and was soon well known in the small town for his punctuality and always helping out anyone in need. He often roamed around the streets of the town helping the elderly and taking care of the children.
One day, when Maidan was just ten years old, something extraordinary happened in the town. A group of powerful and influential people from the city came to the town and started talking about a new kind of revolution. They said that things had to change and that the people in the town needed to stand up for their rights and fight for their freedoms.
At first, everyone was nervous and scared of this new idea and nobody wanted to stand up and fight. But eventually, Maidan encouraged everyone to join this movement. He argued that this revolution was necessary and it was something they all must do if they wanted a better future. With his enthusiastic attitude, Maidan motivated the people of the small town to stand up and fight for their rights.
And so, the small town of Maidan organized a massive people’s movement popularly known as the ‘Maidan Revolution.’ Everyone in the town participated in this protest, including Maidan and the other children who, under the guidance of their parents, became an essential part of this revolution.
The Maidan Revolution eventually led to significant changes in the town, with the people getting more rights and freedom. This revolution was the turning point for the small town, and it left a lasting impact on the lives of the people living there.
Maidan was never seen much after the revolution, but his legacy was carried on by the people of the town who remembered his courage and willpower that led to the success of the revolution. This small town, which was once forgotten in the vastness of India, had become an example of national pride by showing how a small team can make a massive difference.
Moral of the story: One person can make a world of difference and it is important to fight the good fight to achieve justice.