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How Moon was Created? – Indian Folk Tales

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Quite a while ago, when the world was recently made, the moon was not there and the sun shone constantly. There was no understanding of night as the sun never set. It was splendid and sunny and there was sunshine constantly. Individuals buckled down constantly and did not understand when to rest.

One fine day, the designer of the world went to the men in the fields while they were working.

He solicited one from the men,”When did you last water this field?”

“Today,” answered the sweating rancher.

“Furthermore, when did you burrow the opening?”

“Today,” answered another man. (more…)

The Three Siblings

Long back, there lived three siblings. They had a little firm and little bungalow, in which they lived. The eldest sibling, Tanyen, buckled down in the firm while his lethargic and narrow minded siblings, Zhoshu and Penhun, ate and dozed throughout the day. It was hard to address the issues of the family with the pitiful pay that Tanyen said to his siblings, ‘It’s impractical to bear on like this, siblings! I will go out, look for my fortune, and get to be distinctly rich so I can accommodate both of you.” Zhoshu and Penhun didn’t care for the thought. “Why ought to Tanyen get to be distinctly rich?” they said each other, “We ought to go out and look for our fortune as well!”

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Eklavya

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This is the narrative of a long-gone period. In the nation of India, about five thousand years back, carried on a kid named Eklavya, the child of a tribal boss in the woods of the kingdom-Hastinapura. Eklavya was an overcome, great looking kid. He was adored by all. Be that as it may, he was not cheerful.

His dad saw that something disturbed Eklavya. More than once he discovered his child lost somewhere down in thought when different young men appreciated the delights of chasing and playing. One day the father asked his child, “Why are you so miserable, Eklavya? Why not join your companions? Why are you not inspired by chasing?”. (more…)

The Milk of a Bull

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Some time ago, King Akbar got sick. He was having an awful torment, so he required a specialist. The specialist came without a moment’s delay to look at the King. At that point he said that he can be cured by having a solution, which will just work if brought with bull’s drain. Subsequent to stating this, he took out a little container from his crate and offered it to the King.

The King couldn’t see in what manner can a bull give drain and got some information about it. The specialist said that the King must request Birbal to get bull’s drain as he is exceptionally astute and nothing is unimaginable for him. (more…)

Subba Sastry and Sugar: Tenali Raman Story

Once, there carried on a man who was extremely rich however was a penny pincher. He had a lot of cash yet he didn’t care to spend it on anybody. One day, he was exceptionally dismal on the grounds that ants had entered his bowl of sugar. Along these lines, he considered drying the sugar in the sun to drive the ants out. He set the sugar in a load on a huge bit of paper and kept it out in the sun. In any case, he was concerned that his companion, Subba Sastry may come and eat the sugar so he sat and kept watch alongside it. (more…)

Beautiful Explanation by Birbal

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One day, Emperor Akbar saw a lady embracing and kissing an exceptionally dim, appalling and ugly youngster. Despite the fact that the tyke was unsavory to take a gander at, the lady was calling him the most alluring youngster on the planet. This shocked the Emperor and he said to Birbal, “Birbal, I think about how could a lady shower her adoration on such an ugly youngster.” Birbal answered considerately, “Huzoor, he more likely than not been the lady’s own kid. For each mother, her own kid is the most wonderful youngster on the planet.” (more…)

Legs of the Cat

There once lived four dealers, who mutually claimed a major shop of grains. After a seemingly endless amount of time, their business prospered and they made a significant benefit. Until one season, a few rats took shelter in the shop. They are rampaged the storeroom, annihilating very nearly a fourth of the grains.

The four dealers were concerned. “This is a catastrophe!” said one of them. “We should take care of these rats.” “How about we purchase a feline and keep it rabbit in our shop,” recommended the other. “Smart thought! concurred the other three accomplices. Along these lines, they purchased a feline.

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A Dream of The King

Quite a long time ago there was a Raja who had no youngsters. So he and his better half concurred that he ought to wed once more. His second spouse bore him two children, and they were exceptionally satisfied that the Raja ought to have beneficiaries and all lived cheerfully together. Be that as it may, after the two children had been conceived, the senior Rani likewise brought forth a child.

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The Great Pundit – Tenali Raman Story

Quite a long time ago, an incredible intellectual from an outside land went to King Krishna Deva Raya’s court and guaranteed that he knew about all subjects and was an ace of the considerable number of fields.

He tested all the savvy clergymen at the King’s court and said that he will overcome them in contentions. The King acknowledged his test. The savant then began contending with the educated men of the kingdom on different subjects. Every one of the pastors were bombing seriously. At that point, the King chose to summon his savvies serve, Tenali Raman.

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The Price of Recklessness

Ujjwalaka was a cart producer, who was exceptionally poor because of absence of requests for cart making.

One day, he was tired of his poor condition, and thought, “I grieve in this neediness, when all other individuals have some work or the other that pays them. I don’t have an appropriate home, or legitimate garments, or legitimate nourishment. There is no reason for remaining here; I might go elsewhere to look for achievement.”

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In this way, the cart producer took his family and left the town. As he was experiencing the wilderness, he saw a female camel in torment.

He saw that the female camel was abandoned by a troop because of her work torments. He gave her water, and grass and she recouped. She additionally brought forth an infant camel.

Next morning, he took the camel and the child camel under his support, and took them to his home. This turned into the new home for the camels. (more…)

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