Fairytales of India
Stories Published and posts about Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India Podcast
In this last week of April 2019, we bring to you three stories- one each from Baalgatha English (Eat My coat, Eat); MLFT Podcast (The Legend of Raja Rasalu- Part I), and Baalgatha Hindi (दो तोतों की कहानी)
Listen to story on Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India Podcast. An old and lonely crow makes friends with a deer, a tortoise, and a mouse. The four creatures live happily in a forest along the banks of a river. Until one day, when the deer gets caught in a hunter’s net. What happens next?
Today we bring to you a story Why The Fish Laughed. This story has a that has a strange title, but it has a lot to teach us. Once, a fish tells the Queen of a Kingdom, “It is a he, pretending to be a she”. The Queen is confused and intrigued by this comment and asks the King to investigate this matter. The King in turn asks his minister to find the answer, and gives the latter six months – otherwise the minister would be put to death. Five months later, the minister asks his son to travel to nearby Kingdoms.
And that’s when the young man’s adventures begin. He meets a Brahman and travels to his village, meets his very intelligent daughter, and.. well. But the important question is, will he be able to find the answer “Why The Fish Laughed?” Listen to this story to learn what happens next.
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Listen to the two part story of the Three Calamities, about King Alakesh and his three ministers. This traditional tale from South India is brought ot you by gaahta story.
The Faithful Prince is a story from Northern India, about Prince Beharamji and his beautiful wife. Listen to this bedtime story on Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India Podcast by gaatha story.
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