My Big Blue Red Fort – My Dream
In my dream I saw that I had made a beautiful Red Fort with marble, cement, etc. The Red Fort was blue in colour and it was so big.
Creative Writing by Kids
By Uday Vatsa
Std. III, ASN Sr. Sec. School, Mayur Vihar-I, Delhi
In my dream I saw that I had made a beautiful Red Fort with marble, cement, etc. It had a big flag of India. The Red Fort was blue in colour and it was so big. It had a beautiful and strong building.
I also encouraged people to come to my Red Fort. I earned so much money by selling tickets of the Red Fort. I became very rich.
People came to my Red Fort. It had a beautiful garden full of flowers. When the sun rays fell on the garden, my grass sparkled.
People liked my Red Fort very much. They came from far places. I became very famous. On Independence Day, I decorated it with flowers, lights, etc.
At night, my Red Fort looked very beautiful with the moon shining and the stars in the sky.
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