Panchatantra Tales

The Sanskrit and Buddhist animal fables that make up the Panchatantra tales are over two thousand years old. Yet, they remain as relevant today, and are enjoyed by young and old alike, all over the world. This collection presents some of the popular Panchatantra stories that are full of wit, wisdom and laughs.

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  1. A Tale of three fish
    Three fish are good friends. When they find out that some fishermen are coming to catch them, they must figure out a way to save themselves. What does each of them do? Learn More
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  2. The Blue Jackal
    By a strange accident, a jackal turns blue! The clever animal takes advantage of his situation, but for how long can he hide his true self? Learn More
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  3. The Boy who was a Snake
    A Brahmin and his wife have a snake for a son and want to find a bride for him. Do they succeed? Read this magical tale to find out. Learn More
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  4. The Kind Thief
    A thief becomes friends with three young men travelling through the forest so that he can steal their precious gems. But it is this same thief who saves their lives in the end! Learn More
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  5. The Loyal Mongoose
    A tiny mongoose is the best guard for a baby boy. But the little boy’s mother doesn’t trust the poor creature until it is too late Learn More
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  6. The Mice that ate Iron
    Naduk leaves an iron rod with his friend Lakshman for safe-keeping. But when he wants it back and Lakshman tells him that the mice have eaten up his rod, it is time for Naduk to teach his friend a lesson. Learn More
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