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King Amarashakti was the ruler of Mahilaropya Kingdom. He had 3 sons, namely Bahushakti, Ugrashakti and Anantashakti. The king had a deep worry. All the three princes were fools.
One day the king called all his ministers and courtiers for consultation. One minister suggested to appoint Acharya Vishnusharma as the official instructor for the princes. Vishnusharma was known to be a genius in all the shastras and the theory of politics and diplomacy.
Acting on the suggestion, the king requested Acharya Vishnusharma to accept the three princess as his students and teach them the ways of the world. Vishnusharma, however, realised that it was more difficult than he had thought to teach his new students through conventional means.
Therefore he decided to pass on wisdom to them in the form of stories. This collection, that has attained fame over centuries, is called Panchatantra. Pancha means five and tantra means strategies or principles.After listening and working on these stories, all the three princes became completely educated in politics and became able administrators.
Panchatantra, published in Sanskrit, in India, is perhaps the oldest of the children's stories written over 2,500 years ago. The author, Vishnu Sharma, used animal characters to convey certain morals.The collection of stories in Panchatantra are a real guide for parents to help them in raising their children and teaching them the moral values in human life.
Here we present few selected stories from Panchatantra. Every story is accompanied by a moral.
Great Indian Personalities
Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose, Tagore, Aurobindo Ghosh, Guru Nanak... and the list goes on and on. Refresh your memory on the lives of these great Indians and recount these stories to your children.
- Sri Aurobindo
- Mahatma Gandhi
- Mother Teresa
- Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
- People in the life of the Mahatma
- Gautam Buddha
- Jawaharlal Nehru
- Subhash Chandra Bose
- Rabindranath Tagore
This section consists of famous Indian stories quite similar to the Aesop's Fables, also based on the Animal Kingdom, but with an Indian context, and make for some fun readings.
The Hindu's believe in reincarnation, i.e. life after death. The Bodhisattva, or the Buddha came in many forms - man, elephant, dear etc. The Jataka tales are his life stories as various life forms, spreading the message of justice. These tales will show you how good ultimately triumphs over evil.
All children love animals. Here are over a 100 fables based on the animal kingdom and cleverly woven around a moral. Enjoyable reading for children of all ages.
- The Wolf and the Lamb
- The Bat and the Weasels
- The Ass and the Grasshopper
- The Lion and the Mouse
- The Charcoal-Burner and the Fuller
- The Father and His Sons
- The Boy Hunting Locusts
- The Cock and the Jewel
- The Kingdom of the Lion
- The Wolf and the Crane
Sharpen your wits with Birbal, King Akbar's famous, clever and witty advisor. Let your child learn the skills of perception and deduction from Birbals fine example.
- Why is the Camel's Neck Crooked?
- Who Are Donkeys?
- Honest Birbal
- Akbar's Dream
- The Cock And The Hen
- How many Crows in the Kingdom
- Pandit Sevaram
- The Three Questions
Welcome to the world of magic lamps, wish-granting genies, valiant heroes & damsels in distress. Discover the voyages of Sindbad the gallant sailor, the adventures of Ali Baba and the forty thieves and many more mysterious and enchanting Arabic tales.
- The Arabian Nights
- The Story of the Merchant and the Genius
- The Story of the First Old Man and of the Hind
- The Story of the Second Old Man, and of the Two Black Dogs
- The Story of the Fisherman
- The Story of the Greek King and the Physician Douban
- The Story of the Husband and the Parrot
- The Story of the Vizir Who Was Punished
- The Story of the Young King of the Black Isles
Take a trip down fantasy land and enter a world of magic, elves and fairies. Relive your childhood with your child as you help him or her develop a vivid imagination and good reading habits.
- Cinderella or The Little Glass Slipper
- Sir Gobble
- John's Bright Idea
- A Cat's Instincts
- A Horse Who Wore Snow Shoes
- A Kind Heart
- A Visit from a Prince
- Bertie's Corn-Popper
- Brave Tomasso
- Cinderella or The Little Glass Slipper
Read and enjoy some of the stories contributed by other members and visitors.