Panchatantra Stories for Kids
Panchatantra is a Sanskrit word which means "Five principles." The original
Sanskrit text of "Panchatantra" was written by Pandit Vishnu Sharma around
200 BC, and contained a collection of popular tales. The Panchatantra
stories are fables based mostly on animals which always end with a moral.
The Panchatantra is the oldest collection of Indian fables surviving today.
Panchatantra, consists of five books of animal fables and magic tales. Each
of these stories have a moral that continues to be relevant to this day. The
five principles are :
Mitra Bhedha (The Loss of Friends)
Mitra Laabha (Gaining Friends)
Suhrudbheda (Causing Dissension Between Friends)
Here we bring u a collection of these tales in both Hindi and English text :
|मूर्ख कछुआ - Story of A TORTOISE and TWO GEESE|