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The Ant & The Dove In Tales of Panchatantra Hindi Story For Kids

On a very hot sunny day, an ant was very thirsty. It went to a pond to drink water. The poor ant lost its balance when drinking the water and it fell inside the water. A dove was watching all this from a nearby tree.The ant was struggling for life in the water. The dove felt very sad for the little ant. It plucked a leaf from that tree and dropped it into the pond. The leaf fell near the ant. The ant got over the leaf and then reached the shore. The ant thanked the dove for his kind help.Days passed by, after few months when the ant was going near the pond, he saw a bad hunter with a gun. The hunter was targeting at the dove sitting in the tree. The dove didn't know about the hunter. Just when the hunter was about to shoot the dove, the little ant got over his leg and bit him. The hunter shouted in pain and also missed his focus.Hearing this loud sound, dove realized the danger he was about to face. The dove flew away from the tree and escaped. Later he thanked the ant for the help.

The Peacock & The Crane In Tales of Panchatantra Hindi Story For Kids

The Peacock & The Crane In Tales of Panchatantra Hindi Story For Kids
There was a peacock who often boasted about his beauty. Everyday he walked to the banks of a large lake and looked his own reflections and said "Oh! What a beautiful bird I am! Look at my colourful tail".

Once the peacock saw a crane on the banks of the lake. He said with a sneer to the crane, "What a colourless bird you are! You have no beautiful and colourful feathers like mine".

The crane replied, "Of course! I don't have beautiful feathers. But, my feathers can make me fly across the lake. Can your feathers make you fly?" There was no reply from the peacock.

The Mouse & The Lion In Tales of Panchatantra Hindi Story For Kids

The Mouse & The Lion In Tales of Panchatantra Hindi Story For Kids Panchatantra, is perhaps the oldest collection of Indian Fables still surviving. It is written around 200BC by the great Hindu Scholar Pandit
Vishnu Sharma. Panchatantra means "the five books". It is a "Nitishastra" which means book of wise conduct in life. The book is written in the form of simple stories and each story has a moral and philosophical theme which has stood the test of time in modern age of atomic fear and madness. It guides us to attain success in life by
understanding human nature. Panchatantra is commonly available in an abridged form written for children.

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