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The Panchatantra

The Panchatantra: A Collection of Ancient Hindu Tales in the Recension, Called Panchakhyanaka, and Dated 1199 A. D., of the Jaina monk, purnabhadra.

Author : Johannes Hertel

Release : 1915

Publisher : Рипол Классик

ISBN : 5882449324

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The Panchatantra: A Collection of Ancient Hindu Tales in the Recension, Called Panchakhyanaka, and Dated 1199 A. D., of the Jaina monk, purnabhadra.

Tales from the Panchatantra

This book is new translation from the original sanskrit specially for the tastes of today.

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Release : 1992

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The Panchtantra, one of the best known classics of ancient India are secular tales of wit, virtue and wisdom which have retained their freshness and timeless appeal over the ages. This book is new translation from the original sanskrit specially for the tastes of today.

The Panchatantra

This book is a rare coming together of simple format, rich poetry, practical wisdom and lofty ideals, a vehicle to transmit the simple and timeless truths of the Panchatantra in a concise manner to a modern audience.

Author : Sunita Parasuraman

Release : 2015-04-08

Publisher : Jaico Publishing House

ISBN : 8184952597

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Wisdom for Today from the Timeless Classic The Panchatantra, one of the world’s greatest collections of tales, was compiled in India by a learned Brahmin named Vishnusharman, more than 2,000 years ago. These stories were meant to impart worldly wisdom to the dull-witted sons of a king, and have since travelled the world, awakening intelligence in readers across centuries. Arthur Ryder, a Professor of Sanskrit at the University of California, translated the Sanskrit original into English in 1925. This re-write of the Ryder translation is aimed at today’s busy reader and the original interwoven stories are presented separately. Archaic English prose makes way for modern language. The “Principle” clearly and simply summarizes the wisdom imparted at the end of each story. Arthur Ryder’s brilliant introduction and charming verse translations remain untouched. This book is a rare coming together of simple format, rich poetry, practical wisdom and lofty ideals, a vehicle to transmit the simple and timeless truths of the Panchatantra in a concise manner to a modern audience.

Stories from the Panchatantra

Includes the following titles: The Jackal and the War Drum, The Brahmin and the Goat, How the Jackal ate the Elephant, Crows and Owls , The Dullard and other Stories

Author : Anant Pai

Release : 1998

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ISBN : 9788190599078

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Includes the following titles: The Jackal and the War Drum, The Brahmin and the Goat, How the Jackal ate the Elephant, Crows and Owls , The Dullard and other Stories

THE PANCHATANTRA

As I have noted elsewhere, the Panchatantra stories (literally Five Books) have
been part of India's oral and scholarly tradition for at least 2,000 years or more.
They have been told and retold all over the world and have influenced many
literary ...

Author : Narindar Uberoi Kelly

Release : 2017-09-20

Publisher : Hachette UK

ISBN : 9351951308

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A RAT THAT ATE IRON. A BIRD WITH TWO HEADS. FOUR GREEDY TREASURE-SEEKERS. A DOG THAT WENT TO FOREIGN LANDS TO FIND FOOD. These are only a few of the colourful stories that long, long ago – it is said – a sage told three princes so that they could learn to live wisely. Instead of giving them boring lessons, the learned tutor told them fables alive with animals and human characters faced with difficult situations about friendship, cooperation, quarrels and ambition. The tales told by Pandit Vishnu Sharma about 2,500 years ago offer a map of how to make one’s way through life in a moral and wise manner. These stories of friends and enemies, cruelty and deceit, honour and humility, foolishness and cunning, deception and honesty, tell us about the choices we have and how to find a solution to tough questions of right and wrong. This all-colour, beautifully illustrated edition contains stories retold from all five books of the Panchatantra and is designed to make it easy for readers to move from story to story, and across stories within stories – making it a must-have for readers young and old.

Stories from the Panchatantra - I Geschichten Aus Dem Panchatantra - I

Author : Aruna Samivelu

Release : 2009

Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN : 3839114691

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This bilingual book is part of a series of stories adapted from one of India's most Ancient works: the Panchatantra. Set along the lines of the Fables children are used to in Europe, the Panchatantra clearly shows us, that there are more similarities than differences in peoples all over the world. The younger readers will find some stories that millions of Indian children love and also pictures they can color; the older ones some fodder to chew on. This book is especially suitable for bilingual children and can be read aloud to younger children. For ages 4 and upward. Dieses zweisprachige Buch ist Teil einer Serie von adaptierten Geschichten aus einem der altesten Werke Indiens: dem Panchatantra. Ahnlich wie die Sagen, die die meisten Kinder in Europa kennen, zeigt das Panchatantra uns klar, dass es unter den verschiedenen Volkern mehr Ahnlichkeiten als Unterschiede gibt. Die jungeren Leser werden hier Geschichten finden, die bei Millionen von indischen Kindern beliebt sind, und auch Bilder, die sie anmalen konnen; die alteren finden etwas zum Nachdenken. Dieses Buch ist besonders geeignet fur zweisprachige Kinder und kann jungeren Kindern ab 4 Jahren vorgelesen werden."

The Panchatantra

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The Five Friends from MonsterLand | Adapted from the Panchatantra

An Illustrated Story for Children SA Krishnan. An Illustrated Story for Children
Adapted from the Panchatantra SA Krishnan The Five Friends from MonsterLand
An Illustrated Story for Children. Front Cover.

Author : SA Krishnan

Release : 2020-03-05

Publisher : SA Krishnan

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The Four Friends is a story from the Panchatantra which teaches values of friendship. The story also shows how being united can help defeat any enemy, no matter how big or powerful. This is an adaptation of the story. An Illustrated story for children.

Tales from the Panchatantra

Author : Brahm P. Gupta

Release : 1992

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The Panchatantra Retold Part 1 Mitra Bheda

This is the first section, Mitra Bheda (Loss of Friends).

Author : Sonal Panse

Release : 2016-10-31

Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN : 9781539834892

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What do you do as a father and a King if your three heirs are indolent and ignorant, and, as a result, the very future of your kingdom is at stake? You turn the three brats over to the intellectual powerhouse Pandit Vishnu Sharma! The Panchatantra Retold is a collection of entertaining and enlightening folk-tales from Ancient India, originally narrated by Pandit Vishnu Sharma to the three Princes of Mahilaropya to infuse them with the much-needed worldly wisdom that traditional learning had failed to impart. So the Panchatantra can actually be described as an Ancient self-help book on how to navigate successfully through the various vicissitudes of life. It is important to mention though that these stories are not didactic and moralistic in any sentimental, black and white way. The good do not always win here. This led the German scholar Dr. Johannes Hertel to describe the stories as 'Machiavellian' in tone. It is a possibility that Machiavelli himself was familiar with the stories from the Panchatantra and that they were something of an influence for his own work 'The Prince'. The stories offer a vivid picture of life in Ancient India, and it is interesting to discover that, for all the progress made over the many centuries since the Panchatantra was written, the essential qualities of human psychology have not altered to that great an extent. The stories are divided into five sections - Mitra Bheda (Loss of Friends), Mitra Samprapti (The Gaining of Friends), Kakolukiyam (The Fierce Enmity between the Crows and the Owls), Labdhapranasam (Loss of Gains), and Apariksitakaram (Ill-considered Action). This is the first section, Mitra Bheda (Loss of Friends). The main story is about the conniving jackal Damnak, who tries to break up the friendship between the bull Sanjivak and the lion Pingalik, and the other stories evolve from this main story and expound further on its theme, supporting or criticizing Damnak's efforts.

The Panchatantra and Aesop's Fables

Author : Chennabasappa Ishtalingappa Pawate

Release : 1986

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The Panchatantra: A Collection of Ancient Hindu Tales in Its Oldest Recension, the Kashmirian, Entitled Tantrakhyayika

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations.

Author : Johannes Hertel

Release : 2018-11-13

Publisher : Franklin Classics Trade Press

ISBN : 9780353603080

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. To ensure a quality reading experience, this work has been proofread and republished using a format that seamlessly blends the original graphical elements with text in an easy-to-read typeface. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.

Tales from the Panchatantra

Author : Visnuśarman

Release : 1992

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ISBN : 9788120802209

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Tales from Panchatantra

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Release : 1953

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Stories from Panchatantra

The Panchatantra, originally written in Sanskrit, has been described as the best collection of the most widely known stories in the world.

Author : Shivkumar

Release : 1979

Publisher : Children's Book Trust

ISBN : 9788170111177

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The Panchatantra, originally written in Sanskrit, has been described as the best collection of the most widely known stories in the world.

Tales from Panchatantra

The Panchatantra is an ancient Indian inter-related collection of animal fables. It is the oldest collection of Indian fables surviving. Both animals and human are portrayed as the characters of the Panchatantra tales.

Author : Madhubun

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ISBN : 8125951504

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The Panchatantra is an ancient Indian inter-related collection of animal fables. It is the oldest collection of Indian fables surviving. Both animals and human are portrayed as the characters of the Panchatantra tales. These extraordinary tales are liked, even loved by people of all age group because of the fact that they serve as the best guide to instill moral values in children.

The Panchatantra-Text of Purnabhadra and Its Relation to Texts of Allied Recensions as Shown in Parallel Specimens

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations.

Author : Johannes Hertel

Release : 2018-10-28

Publisher : Franklin Classics Trade Press

ISBN : 9780344377211

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. To ensure a quality reading experience, this work has been proofread and republished using a format that seamlessly blends the original graphical elements with text in an easy-to-read typeface. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.

Panchatantra

Regularly, they would start work in the morning; The Monkey And The Wedge - Panchatantra Story Pictureand take a break for the mid-day meals, and return to resume work till evening.

Author : Vishnu Sharma

Release : 2018-09-17

Publisher : Independently Published

ISBN : 9781723768965

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There was once a merchant who employed many carpenters and masons to build a temple in his garden. Regularly, they would start work in the morning; The Monkey And The Wedge - Panchatantra Story Pictureand take a break for the mid-day meals, and return to resume work till evening. One day, a group of monkey arrived at the site of the building and watched the workers leaving for their mid-day meals. One of the carpenters was sawing a huge log of wood. Since, it was only half-done; he placed a wedge in between to prevent the log from closing up. He then went off along with the other workers for his meal. When all the workers were gone, the monkeys came down from the trees and started jumping around the site, and playing with the instruments.