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The Story of the Panchatantra: Rabbit, Panteridge and Cunning Cat (Panchtantra Story: The Hare, Partridge & Cunning Cat)

In today's hi-tech era, It is getting on the internet, its connectivity with parents is decreasing. At the same time, they did not even know the Moral Values, such as Bed Time Stories - through populist stories that teach Panchtantra, not only will bonding with your child be stronger but also Good things are also known.


There was a pheasant nest on a large tree in a town. He lived there with great fun. One day he went to another well-harvested farm in the dock to find his food and grain water. There she was enjoying eating her food. In that happiness, he forgot to hide his house on that day and after that he started staying there with pleasure. His life started cutting very well.


His nest was empty here, one evening the rabbit came to that tree. The tree was not high. When the rabbit peeped in that slit, it was discovered that this ghost was empty. He liked the rabbit very much and he stayed there comfortably, because that ghost was quite large and comfortable.


After a few days, the pheasant also had become fat after eating in a new village. Now she remembered her ghost, she decided that she would return. He saw that the rabbit was sitting comfortably in a ghost. He said to the rage, "The thief was somewhere, I was not there, then entered my house ... came out of my house."


The rabbit began to respond calmly, "How did this happen to your house? This is my house. You left it and went leaving a well, pond or tree once, even if you go, then your right is also lost. Now this house is mine, I have saved it and settled it. "
Upon hearing this, pheasant started saying," We can not get anything from the debate, let's go to some wise pundit. He will get the house for which he will make a decision. "


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A river from that tree Was drifting. There was a big cat sitting there. He was seen doing some religious texts. Though the cat is an innate enemy of both of them, but there was no one else there, so both of them thought it appropriate to go to him and get justice from him. Being cautious, he went to the cat and explained his problem, "We told him the confusion, now you solve it. Whatever is right, that nose will be found and you eat that which is a liar. "


" Hey, what are you talking about, there is no sin like violence in this world? The killer himself goes to hell. I will help you in giving justice but it is a matter of eating false but it will not be able to come from me. I want to say one thing to you in the ears, just come close to me. "


The rabbits and the pheasants were happy that now the verdict will be settled and it gets closer to it. What was just then, the rabbit caught in the claw, and the pheasant from the mouth, even the cunning cat catped the nick, and did the work of both of them.


Learning: Even though recognizing his enemy, believing in it is a big idiot is.


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 The Story of the Panchatantra: The Story of the Panchatantra: Rabbit, Partridge, and Cunning Cat (Panchtantra Story: The Hare, Partridge & Cunning Cat)

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In today's hi-tech era, when children are getting information on computer / internet only, their feet Addition of Finalists is reduced. At the same time, they did not even know the Moral Values, such as Bed Time Stories - through populist stories that teach Panchtantra, not only will bonding with your child be stronger but also Good things are also known.

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