Panchatantra Stories For Kids – Pancha tantra Stories For Kids. Pictorial Stories easy to read with moral.

Panchatantra Stories For Kids

Pancha tantra Stories For Kids. Pictorial Stories easy to read with moral.

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Panchatants Stories – Pictorial Kids Story. Works offline also.

1. The Donkey Under the Tiger’s Skin
2. Grapes are Sour
3. The Rabbit and the Lion
4. The Cats and a Monkey
5. The Blue Jackal
6. The Cave that Speaks
7. The Clever Fox
8. The Crocodile and the Monkey
9. The Thirsty Crow
10. Knowledge is Power

Your Kid will learn following morals from these stories:

1. The Donkey Under the Tiger’s Skin
Learn a lesson that once or twice you can make fool of somebody but not always. It is not wise to act like someone that you are not. Ultimately the truth reveals itself.

2. Grapes are Sour
The moral of the story, “it is very easy to criticize for someone what he can’t have.”

3. The Rabbit and the Lion
He was proud of himself that he saved not only himself but also everyone’s life and killed the mighty lion with his wisdom

4. The Cats and a Monkey
The moral of the story is “It is always wise to settle our arguments ourselves otherwise the third person could take unfair advantage of the situation.

5. The Blue Jackal
Learn a lesson that once or twice you can make fool of somebody and take unfair advantage of one’s faith but not always. Ultimately the truth reveals itself

6. The Cave that Speaks
Moral of the story is “Think before you do something otherwise you may have to repent afterwards.” The foolish lion did not think that a cave can’t speak and due to his foolishness he lost the opportunity to get food.

7. The Clever Fox
The moral of the story is “Wise people tackle the elders with modesty, the more powerful with shrewdness and the equals with bravery.”

8. The Crocodile and the Monkey
The moral of the story is “It is always wise to settle our arguments ourselves otherwise the third person could take unfair advantage of the situation.”

9. The Thirsty Crow
Moral of the story is if someone tries hard, he will definitely find a solution for his problem.

10. Knowledge is Power
The moral of the story is “Friendship with a born enemy is always harmful.” The king of frogs became friends with his born enemy snake to finish his rivals. In the end he not only lost his loyal people but also his kingdom. No one was left to rule over

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