Panchatantra: Stories of Courage & Curiosity

A hungry jackal finds food when he overcomes fear. A curious monkey meddles with something that does not concern him and comes to a sticky end. Philosophy, psychology, politics and human relations become simple enough to be understood even by a child

Panchatantra stories are the oldest surviving folktales of ancient India, written and compiled in around 200 BC, by an Indian scholar aka Pandit Vishnu Sharma. Originally written in Sanskrit it was later translated into various languages.

The characters in Panchatantra stories are anthropomorphic in nature, which means they are animal characters with human attributes.

Every story has a moral message and is as relevant today as it was in ancient times. These stories teach kids the right way of life. Filled with quick-wit, humor, and fun these stories are loved by all.

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