Ass in a Lion’s Skin

Ass in a Lion’s Skin

Jataka, stories with animals, Stories with morals
Ass in a Lion's Skin is a Jataka Story . Here the ass's master puts the lion's skin over his beast and turns it loose to feed in the grain fields during his travels. The village watchman is usually too terrified to do anything but finally one of them raises the villagers; when they chase the ass, it begins to bray and betrays its true identity. The ass is then beaten to death. The moral of the story is not to trust to appearances and that clothes do not make the man. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/ass Listen to this story by clicking below This is a Jataka Tale .The Jātaka tales are a voluminous body of literature native to India concerning the previous births…
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The Eagle and the Crow

The Eagle and the Crow

Jataka, Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals
The Eagle and the Crow is a short story which teaches us a moral that one should not try to imitate others! You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/crow Listen to this story by clicking below According to Wikipedia, The Panchatantra (Sanskrit: पञ्चतन्त्र, ‘Five Sections’) is an ancient Indian collection of animal stories. The stories are available in verse and prose. The original Sanskrit work was written by Vishnu Sharma. Baalgatha brings to you children’s bedtime story in audio like Storynory , Sparkle Stories and other children’s bedtime storytelling podcasts. You can subscribe to this podcast by writing to us at contact@mykitaab.in. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp. Listen as streaming media on the following sites: TuneIn: http://goo.gl/CCKRgB Stitcher: http://goo.gl/SP5hSL…
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Goats across the bridge –  Story from Panchatantra

Goats across the bridge – Story from Panchatantra

Jataka, Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals
Two goats across the bridge is a story from Panchatantra that teaches a moral. Once there were two goats who decide to cross the bridge across the river. They both meet in the middle of the bridge but no one wants to give way to the other. They end up locking their horns and start fighting . Eventually they fall off the bridge and get drowned in the river . On the other hand , two other goats who also decide to cross the bridge. They realize that instead of fighting it is better to find a way to cross the bridge. One goat squats and the other crosses over the first goat and thus they are able to cross the bridge. Moral of the story is in times of…
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The Capseller and the Monkeys Panchatantra Story

The Capseller and the Monkeys Panchatantra Story

Jataka, Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals, Thought
Capseller and the Monkeys is a classic story from Panchatantra , that ends with a moral. A capseller's caps are snatched away by the monkeys. He tries really hard to get them back, but the monkeys do not return the caps. In the end, the cap seller throws his cap on the ground, and the monkeys happily copy his act. The moral of this story is that sometimes, a difficult problem may have a simple solution. You can listen to the story of Capseller and the Monkeys by clicking on the link below About Panchatantra According to Wikipedia, The Panchatantra (Sanskrit: पञ्चतन्त्र, ‘Five Sections’) is an ancient Indian collection of animal stories. The stories are available in verse and prose. The original Sanskrit work was written by Vishnu Sharma. Baalgatha…
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The Donkey without a Brain? Panchatantra Story

The Donkey without a Brain? Panchatantra Story

Jataka, Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals
The Donkey without a brain is a classic story from Panchatantra. A Donkey is fooled by a jackal and taken to the den of a lion. The cunning jackal takes advantage of the donkey's gullible nature and as a result, the lion kills the donkey. The jackal smartly eats the brain of the of the slated animal, and ends up fooling the lion with his smartness. You can listen to the story of the donkey without a brain by clicking on the link below. We would love to hear your feedback! You can write in the comments section below, or send us a message at contact@gaatha.co About Panchatantra According to Wikipedia, The Panchatantra (Sanskrit: पञ्चतन्त्र, ‘Five Sections’) is an ancient Indian collection of animal stories. The stories are available in verse…
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Bagh Aur Kutta Panchatantra Story in Hindi

Bagh Aur Kutta Panchatantra Story in Hindi

Hindi, Jataka, Panchatantra, Stories with morals
Bagh aur Kutta is a story from Panchatantra . A Bagh (tiger) and a Kutta (dog) become friends. The dog is well fed, while the tiger is hungry and very weak. The tiger asks the dog the secret behind his health. The dog invites the tiger to visit his master. The dog tells the tiger that in return for good food, he will have to protect the master's property. The tiger agrees and accompanies the dog. While walking, the tiger notices a mark around the dog's neck, and asks him the reason for his mark. The dog tells casually that the mark might be a result of the belt. The tiger asks the dog the reason behind the belt. The dog tells that the master's servants tie him to a…
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The Story of the Two Parrots Jataka Story

The Story of the Two Parrots Jataka Story

Jataka, Parrots, Patience, Podcast, Stories with morals
A story of 2 parrots is a Jataka Story of 2 brothers. The parrots live in a golden cage inside a King's palace. One of the parrots gets jealous when a Gibbon becomes center of attraction in the palace. But his brother asks him to remain patient while the ensuring chaos unravels. Moral of the story is that patience is a virtue. You can listen to the story of two parrots by clicking the link below : About Jataka The Jātaka tales (Sanskrit: जातक ,birth history') are a voluminous body of literature native to India concerning the previous births of Gautama Buddha. These are the stories that tell about the previous lives of the Buddha, in both human and animal form. The future Buddha may appear in them as a…
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Neela Siyar Panchatantra Story in Hindi

Neela Siyar Panchatantra Story in Hindi

greed, Hindi, Jataka, Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals, Thought
Neela Siyar is a classic tale from Panchatantra in which a Jackal, trying to escape the dogs that are chasing him, falls into a tub of blue paint. Upon his return to the forest, he proclaims himself as the King of the jungle, until his true identity is revealed one day. The moral of the story is that no matter how much we may pretend to be somebody we are not, one day our true identity will be revealed. You can listen to the story of Neela Siyar by clicking on the link below: About Panchatantra According to Wikipedia, The Panchatantra (Sanskrit: पञ्चतन्त्र, ‘Five Sections’) is an ancient Indian collection of animal stories. The stories are available in verse and prose. The original Sanskrit work was written by Vishnu Sharma.…
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The Camel And The Bell Panchatantra Story

The Camel And The Bell Panchatantra Story

Jataka, Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals
Camel and the Bell is a classic story from Panchatantra of the camel who has a bell tied around its neck. This camel is very happy about the bell being tied to its neck and tries to show off to his friends . His friends advise him to beware as the bell might attract danger. The camel becomes arrogant and does not listen to the advise of his friends, and eventually gets into trouble. You can listen to the story of Camel and the Bell by clicking on the link below: About Panchatantra According to Wikipedia, The Panchatantra (Sanskrit: पञ्चतन्त्र, ‘Five Sections’) is an ancient Indian collection of animal stories. The stories are available in verse and prose. The original Sanskrit work was written by Vishnu Sharma. Baalgatha brings to…
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The Cobra and the Crows Panchatantra Story

The Cobra and the Crows Panchatantra Story

Jataka, Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals
The cobra and the crows is a panchatantra story of two crows and a cobra. The cobra eats all the eggs of the crows and they are very unhappy about it. The crows feel they are very weak and cannot fight the cobra . The ask their friend the jackal how to get rid of the wicked cobra. Does the jackal suggest a way which will help them? Moral of the story is : The weak can overcome the mighty using cunning and sound advise. You can listen to the story of the cobra and the crows by clicking on the link below: About Panchatantra According to Wikipedia, The Panchatantra (Sanskrit: पञ्चतन्त्र, ‘Five Sections’) is an ancient Indian collection of animal stories. The stories are available in verse and prose.…
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