The Broken Pot : Story from Panchatantra

The Broken Pot : Story from Panchatantra

Panchatantra, Podcast
In the story The Broken Pot, a Man keeps some rice in a pot and begins to imagine a better life for himself. In the process, he kicks the pot and all the rice spills over him. The moral of this story is that one should not daydream.   How did you find this story of the First Christmas Tree? You can give your feedback by leaving a comment below. You can also leave a review on iTunes (Mac and iPhone users).  Or, you can leave a review on Stitcher Radio. We would appreciate it! You can subscribe to Baalgatha podcast by writing to us at contact@gaatha.co. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp. About Baalgatha Baalgatha literally means childrens’ stories. Each week, we will…
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बात कर रही गुफा: हिन्दी में कहानी The Cave That Talked Story in Hindi

बात कर रही गुफा: हिन्दी में कहानी The Cave That Talked Story in Hindi

Hindi, Panchatantra, Podcast
बात कर रही गुफा: The Cave That Talked यह एक चालाक लोमड़ी और एक भूखे शेर की कहानी है, जो हमें सिखाता है कि हम सामान्य ज्ञान का उपयोग करके खतरे से खुद को बचा सकता है । एक लोमड़ी बहुत चालाकी से शेर से खुद को बचाता है। इस पंचतंत्र की एक कहानी है। आप http://www.gaatha.co/cave पर इस कहानी के अंग्रेजी संस्करण सुन सकते हैं। This is a story about a clever fox and a hungry lion, which teaches us that we need to be alert and use common sense to save ourselves from danger. A hungry lion occupies the den of a fox, and the fox very smartly saves himself from getting killed by the lion. You can listen to the English version of this story at http://www.gaatha.co/cave.…
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Four Friends and a Lion: Panchatantra Story in English

Four Friends and a Lion: Panchatantra Story in English

Panchatantra
This is a story from Panchatantra, in which four friends come across a skeleton while travelling in a forest. Three friends try to show off their knowledge by bringing the animal, in this case a lion to life, while the fourth, uses common sense and climbs a tree. The lion kills the three friends, the fourth is able to save his life. The moral of this story is that one should use common sense and should not be proud of their knowledge. The Hindi version of this story is called Char Dost Aur Sher, which was published earlier on Baaalgatha Podcast. You can listen to it by clicking here. You can listen to Four Friends and a Lion by clicking below How did you find this story? You can give…
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The Eagle And The Crow. Story from Panchatantra

The Eagle And The Crow. Story from Panchatantra

Panchatantra, Podcast
The eagle and the crow is a story from Panchatantra.In this story, a crow who tries to imitate the actions of an Eagle and gets into trouble. The moral of this story is that one should not imitate others. Do you have an awesome Kids' story that you would like to share? You can write to us at contact@gaatha.co Listen to this story by clicking below How did you find this story? You can give your feedback by leaving a comment below. You can also leave a review on iTunes (Mac and iPhone users) or Stitcher Radio. We would appreciate it! You can subscribe to Baalgatha podcast by writing to us at contact@gaatha.co. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp. About Baalgatha…
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The Cave That Talked: Story from Panchatantra

The Cave That Talked: Story from Panchatantra

Panchatantra, Podcast
The Cave That Talked is a story from Panchatantra in which a Hare who is about to be eaten by a lion uses his wit to trick the lion, and is able to save his life. This is a story from Panchatantra. The moral of this story is that no matter how difficult the situation you are in , you can use your wit to overcome the difficulty. How did you find this story? You can give your feedback by leaving a comment below. You can also leave a review on iTunes (Mac and iPhone users) or Stitcher Radio. We would appreciate it! You can subscribe to Baalgatha podcast by writing to us at contact@gaatha.co. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp.…
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The Brahman, The Thief, and The Demon

The Brahman, The Thief, and The Demon

Panchatantra, Podcast
This story from Panchatantra is about a Brahman, a thief and a demon. A demon and a thief team up, with the plan that the thief will steal the Brahman's calves and the demon will eat the Brahman. In the process, they create a ruckus and the Brahman wakes up, and chases the demon and the thief away. The moral of this story is that when evil persons have a fallout, the good stand to gain. You can listen to the Brahman, the Thief and the Demon by clicking below 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…
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Kauva aur Saanp (Panchatantra Story in Hindi)

Kauva aur Saanp (Panchatantra Story in Hindi)

Panchatantra, Podcast, stories with animals, Stories with morals
Kauva aur Saanp 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: You can listen to the English Version of the story of the cobra and the crows by clicking on the link below: http://www.gaatha.co/cobra-crows-panchatantra-story About Panchatantra According to Wikipedia, The…
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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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Saat Poochon Wala Chooha (Panchatantra Story in Hindi)

Saat Poochon Wala Chooha (Panchatantra Story in Hindi)

Hindi, Panchatantra, Podcast
Today's Baalgatha Story is a Hindi tale from Panchatantra- Saat Poochon Wala Chooha. (The mouse with 7 tails). The chooha is teased by his friends in the school for having seven tails. His mother takes him to a tailor who cuts off one tail, then another, then another...and then another. The moral of this tale is that we should not try to change ourselves because of others. Listen to this story by clicking on the link 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…
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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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