Murkh Kachua is a Panchatantra story about a tortoise and the cranes.Two cranes and a tortoise make friends with each other. Due to drought in their place, they decide to migrate to other land where there is water. The cranes can fly but they are worried how to carry the tortoise. They devise a plan. The decide to hold a stick between their beak and the tortoise will hold it from the center. They warn the tortoise not to open his mouth other wise he will die. The tortoise agrees to it. On their way , they find some beautiful places and people shouting on seeing the tortoise fly. The tortoise opens its mouth, falls down and dies.
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Moral of the story:One should always follow the advise otherwise one may land into trouble.
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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