The Secret of the Talking Temple-There was An ancient Tabernacle which was hidden in riddle. The tabernacle was absolutely different from any other tabernacle in the world because it had a retired gift that, it could Speak! still, But only those with a pure heart and a kind soul were able of unleashing its mysterious capacities.
A little child named was Raju! who lived in that village. He was well known for his friendly demeanour, helpful disposition, and inextinguishable curiosity. Raju was playing near the Temple one day when he heard a Sound.” Who is there?” He Asked. Raju turned around, surprised, but saw no bone.
“Come closer, child,” the tabernacle said again.” I descry virtuousness in you.” Raju approached the tabernacle’s ancient gravestone walls, interested and a little spooked.” Hello?” Is someone talking to me?” he wondered, his voice wavering.” Indeed, youthful one,” chortled the tabernacle still. I’m the talking tabernacle, and I’ve been staying for a kind soul like you to partake my secret.”
Raju’s eyes opened up in amazement and joy.” What’s your secret, wise tabernacle?” he said.” To unleash my magic, you must evidence your kindness and compassion by completing three challenges,” the tabernacle said.
Raju accepted the assignment with great excitement in his heart.
01- The first charge was to help an injured raspberry whose sect had wounded in a thorny backcountry. Raju gently saved the raspberry, treated its injuries, and nursed it back to health. Raju’s perceptivity was confided by the tabernacle, and he was complimented on passing the first test.
02- Raju had to help a lonely senior woman, Granny Gita, who abided at the far end of the village, for the alternate task. Raju eagerly donated to help her with her regular chores. He swept the bottom, doused her shops, and heeded to Granny Gita’s old stories. The tabernacle was moved by Raju’s regard for seniors and praised him for his work.
03- The final and most delicate assignment had arrived. Raju was instructed by the tabernacle to plant a sapling on the barren pinnacle and watch it till it grew altitudinous and robust. Raju madly embraced the task. He doused the sapling every day, kept creatures down from it, and sung affable warbles to help it thrive.
Months passed, and the seedling grew into a youthful tree with beautiful, green leaves. Raju’s love to nature excited the tabernacle, which complimented him on passing the final test. The old monuments of the tabernacle began to glow with a beautiful, warm light as the sun fell on the day Raju completed the tasks.” Raju, my dear child, you have proven your worthiness,” the tabernacle’s voice said. Now I will reveal my secret to you.”
The tabernacle’s walls were gently touched, revealing a retired chamber filled with ancient books and mystical artefacts. Raju was awestruck by the treasures he’d uncovered.” These aren’t ordinary treasures,” said the tabernacle. They retain ancient knowledge as well as the capability to heal and defend the world. Use them with caution and a pure heart.” From that day on, Raju came the guardian of the talking tabernacle. He used its powers for the well- being of the village, healing the sick, guarding the terrain, and spreading love and kindness wherever he went.
Word of the talking tabernacle and Raju’s benevolent deeds spread far and wide, inspiring people from distant lands to visit the village. Raju participated the tabernacle’s secret with those he believed were pure- hearted and good, passing on the heritage of compassion and kindness to the coming generation.
And so, the Village and its talking tabernacle came a lamp of stopgap and virtuousness in the world, reminding everyone that true magic lies not in spells or potions but in the kindness of one’s heart.
Raju was appointed as the custodian of the talking tabernacle the following day. He put its powers to good use, treating the sick, securing the terrain, and spreading love and kindness wherever he went. Word of the talking tabernacle and Raju’s charitable deeds travelled far and wide, attracting callers from away regions. Raju revealed the tabernacle’s secret to individualities who were pure- hearted and meritorious, passing on the tradition of compassion and liberality to the coming generation.