Welcome to the second week of April!

Listen to this week’s children’s bedtime stories

The Story of Gwashbrari

This is a children’s bedtime story from Northern India, narrated by Sheerali Biju for Baalgatha Podcast. Originally titled “The Legend of Gwashbrari, The Glacier-Hearted Queen”, this story was published in the book Tales of Northern India, compiled by Flora Annie Steel.

You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Storiyoh, Castbox, Spotify, and other fine websites and apps where you listen to podcasts. Baalgatha is also available on children’s bedtime stories app Freadom, which is available on google playstore.

Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India:

The Charmed Ring

We bring to you a story from our archives:

The Charmed Ring is a story about a merchant’s son who is helped by a cat, a dog and a snake.This story was translated into English by Joseph Jacobs in the early 20th century.

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If you are looking for children’s bedtime stories to read, we will be setting up a site for the same very soon. Stay posted for more details.

Note:

Last week’s episode of Gudi Padwa/Ugadi received a great response, thanks for your support! It also happened that the gaatha story website was undergoing an upgrade on the very day that episode was published, so some of you might have seen the dreaded “Page Not Found” error. We are really, really sorry for that.

The good news was that we were able to publish one story in FOUR episodes. The bad news is that this week, our episode of Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India Podcast took off on a sour note. We accidentally published the un-edited file, and by the time we realized this, over 300 listeners had already heard the episode 🙁

With those oop’ses behind us, we are now able to focus on new episodes for this week onwards.

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