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A Picture Comes to Life!

Vinay loved to draw horses. One day he drew a horse on the wall of a ruined house.
It looked as if any moment the animal would leap down from the wall and gallop away.
Some days later a horse began to trouble the farmers in the village. The horse would enter their fields at right and destroy their crops while grazing. One night the farmers followed the horse and saw it enter the ruined house in the jungle. When they stepped into the house the only horse they could see was the one on the wall. They decided that the horse that was troubling them was none other than the one drawn on the wall. They sought out Vinay and wanted him to compensate them for the loss they had sustained.
Vinay told them that he was in no position to compensate them but he would see to it that the horse did not trouble them again.


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swathi
Vinay drew a rider on the horse.
Rohan
Vinay erased the picture he had drawn on the ruined wall.
Sharad Maheshwari
The horse was not real but still the villagers felt that this was the horse which got alive and grazed at night. So vinay drew a hunter next to the horse, pointing his gun towards the horse who is ready to shoot. Hence whenever the horse would get alive at the same time the hunter would also get alive and shoot the horse. Hence the villagers would be satisfied and thus would be able to save their crops.
karan
Vinay drew a rider on horse back and a painting of green fields on the ruined wall next to the horse. So that when the horse came out of the painting, the rider would control and make it gaze in the fields of other painting without troubling the villagers.
Rekha chander
Vinay went to wall and erased the picture. Soon the villagers came and thanked vinay for erasing the picture on the wall.
VEDANT
When the villagers went out, Vinay was restless. Finally it came to his mind that may be horse can be stopped if he wipes out the drawing. The moment he wiped out the drawing he saw a flash of light in shape of horse which vanished in the sky. Next day he went out in the fields and told the villagers that the horse will now, no longer come and trouble them.
Luxbala
Vinay thought for a while. He took out his pencil and drew a wall around the horse with an opening just showing only the horse's face. The next day the horse tried to jump out of the wall. But in vain.....and thus the villagers were able save their crops.
malath
Vinay erased the picture that was on the wall. So horse now never went to the farm.
gopinath menon
Vinay drew a big green landscape all around the horse with thick and juicy grass leaves. Since then the horse did not have to leave the wall of the ruined house, but just graze on the green land all around.
vignesh
Vinay drew the horse with its legs tied to the ruined wall.
arunkumar
Vinay drew a gate over the horse. And when the horse became alive,it could not come out of the gate.
khadija khan
The next day Vinay went to the headman of the village ,and told him that if they wanted to get rid of that horse then he must give him two tigers. The headman agreed. That night vinay went into the fields with the tigers as he was sure that the horse would come there. He stood behind a large peepal tree. Suddenly he heard a galloping sound and saw a fierce looking black horse. The horse then started destroying the fields. Vinay immediately sent the tigers after the horse. The tigers came back with the dead horse. Vinay went to the ruined house and saw the wall had become empty and the horse had disappeared. He went and told everybody about it. The headman was happy about it and gave vinay a bag of gold coins. Vinay was very happy.
Pranjal Jain
That night his eyes were stuck to the drawing of horse that he had made. suddenly he heard some noises outside and went out to see. He saw a man ordering a horse destroy the crops of the villagers. In the morning vinay told this to the villagers.He pointed towards the man who was the labourer of a rich merchant. When the villagers asked the man why he did so, he replied that he did it in order to take revenge on the villagers who had treated him very badly and took the land away that belonged to him. Listening to this, everyone apologised and decided to give the land back to him.
eymen
He drew another horse outside which calmed the horse drawn inside the horse down.
sara
Vinay erased the drawing of the horse so that the horse will not trouble them again.
pranita
From then he stopped drawing pictures of horses and apologised for everyhting that had happened.
K
Vinay thought over it very carefully and wondered how could a horse drawn on a wall create problems for the villagers and their crops. A couple of days passed as he had still been thinking. One day he got a great idea. He quitely smiled about it but didn't tell it to anyone. He went to the villagers and told them that now onwards the horse will never be able to trouble them. After telling them, he went straight for that house. After reaching there, he went towards the wall where the horse was drawn and broke it into pieces as he couldn't erase that horse on the wall. After that day, no one in the village was disturbed and no horse came to trouble them as the horse on the wall had gone for ever.
Rajul Bhardwaj
The next day, Vinay borrowed some money from his friends and brought a carpenter who built a strong fence around the horse so that he could not enter the fields.
sarita
Vinay went to the ruined house and erased the figure of horse which he had drawn on the wall. After that, the villagers never saw that horse again in their fields and thus their crops were saved.
jayanthi
Vinay started to draw a long rope tied on the horses neck and now the picture looked as though the horse was tightly tied to a tree. From that night the villagers had no trouble from the horse and thus saved their crops from the horse.
vishali
Vinay had a great idea. He went to the ruined house and erased the legs of the donkey. So from that day there was no trouble from the donkey because it did not have legs to gallop.
siddhartha srivastava
He made another horse and a chariot in which both horses were required. At night the horses did not go to the fields but went into a palace where a prince liked them and kept them in the fort. Next day when Vinay saw that the picture was not there, he painted the space .
Meena
From the next day onwards the farmers were not troubled by any horse. They were surprised. They all went gain to the ruined house in the forest and in the picture they saw there was a fence around the horse so that the horse cannot come out. On seeing this they all praised for his cleverness.
yyyyyyyy
Vinay told the horse not to trouble the farmers anymore. The horse agreed and never again did it trouble the farmers.
tania
Vinay drew a big knife in the ruined house, so as the horse went out of the house it got killed. All villagers felt happy because the terrible horse was dead.
ramani
The farmers laid a trap and the horse got trapped in it.
avani
Vinay drew a big knife and killed the horse
phantom of thief
Vinay drew a rider and a pair of wings on the horse so that the rider could control the horse and the horse would not step on the field. The villagers felt happy because the horse did not bring trouble again.
Bamboo Flute
Vinay erased the legs of the horse.
Grace
Vinay could do anything but get rid of the horse that had disturbed the farmer's life. He erased the horse's leg so that it could not ever destroy their crops while grazing. Although it was cruel to the horse but Vinay had no choice but to do that, so that the farmer's life were not disturbed. After that, they lived in peace and harmony but the poor horse had to stay in the wall of the house for life.
Wei
Vinay wondered how could a horse which was drawn on the wall create so much trouble to the villagers. So he decided to wait till night and see whether that was true or not. At night, Vinay saw the horse gallop away from the wall and destroy the crops. He was suprised and erased it immediately.
Loh Wei Mun
Vinay quickly erased the picture and tried to cool down the villager's anger.
kathleen
VInay erased the drawing of the horse on the wall.
rasfer
vinay tied the horse to a nearby shed.
Shruti joshi
Vinay erased the eyes of the horse, so that the horse could not see anything. When it came to life it couldn't see anything and did not go out.It realised its mistake and never troubled anyone again.
evelyn
Vinay wondered how could a horse which was drawn on the wall create so much trouble to the villagers. Vinay erased the drawing of the horse on the wall so that the farmers' lives were not be disturbed.
Teerathpal
Vinay rented a crane and destroyed the house because of the safety of the villagers crops and promised them that it would not happen again.
Budhabless
The horse was not real but still the villagers felt that this was the horse which got alive and grazed at night. So vinay drew a hunter next to the horse, pointing his gun towards the horse who is ready to shoot. Hence whenever the horse would get alive at the same time the hunter would also get alive and shoot the horse. Hence the villagers would be satisfied and thus would be able to save their crops.
Alolika Chatterjee
Vinay called the horse and said,"If you destroy the crops then I will erase the drawing from which you have been born!". The horse begged and promised not to destroy the crops.
raoul
Vinay drew a picture of a village with fields and crops on the wall near the horse, similar to the one the horse visited every time. Now the horse didn't have to travel far to visit the fields. Thus Vinay solved this problem.
Sunaina
Vinay erased the legs of the horse. The horse couldn't go to the fields. Thus Vinay solved the problem.
tanya mohanty
vinay erased the drawing
Priyanjali Bhattacharyya
Vinay drew wings on a hoard of gold on the horse's back. Then the horse flew away and as it flew dropped the gold. The villagers got them and were very happy that Vinay had recompensated their loss so cleverly.
anjali
Vinay drew himself as the rider on the horse.
love
While the horse was sleeping the boy drew a big cage with wings and the cage flew away.

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