Friday, 13 September 2019

Fighting Goats and jackle

in the last post we enjoyed the story of jackle and drum. today we comes with another great story. lets start.

One day, while a shepherd was going through a jungle, he saw two golden rams fighting each other. Fighting Goats And The Jackal both were wounded and blood sucked out of their heads and bodies, they never stopped fighting and thrust against each other.

\A hungry jackal passed by at the same moment. He began to lick the blood from the floor when he saw all the blood without taking care of the fighting rams.

Looking at all this, the sage thought to himself, "This jackal is a fool because the smell of blood has made him greedy. If he goes between the fighting rams, he'll get smashed and hurt himself."

As soon as the sage had thought about it, the jackal craving for more blood came closer to the battle lions and was caught in the middle of their battle. Through error, both the rams broken into him. He hit his head and fell down because he was seriously injured.

Thanks for reading !! we coming soon with new kids story !!

Thursday, 12 September 2019

the story of Janardan merchant.

A very effective and successful merchant lived in a town called janardan. A Merchant's Fall And Rise. The king was conscious of his skills, making him the kingdom's administrator.With his efficient and intelligent ways, he kept common man very happy, and at the same time he impressed the king on the other side. Such a person, who can keep everybody happy, is rarely found.

Later, there came a time that the merchant's daughter was getting married. He arranged for a lavish reception.Not only did the merchant invite the king and the queen to attend, but he also invited the whole royal household and all the kingdom's respected people.He made sure to provide his customers with the finest treatments during the reception. He gave gifts to visitors in order to show them consideration for his invitation.

A servant of the royal household, who used to sweep the palace, was not invited but attended the reception.He took a seat which was reserved for royal nobles, not meant for common invitees.This made the merchant very angry. He caught him by the neck and ordered his servants to have him thrown out.The royal servant felt very insulting and was unable to sleep the whole night. He believed, "If I can have the king dislike this merchant, I'm going to get my vengeance, but what can I do to hurt a strong individual like him?" Thinking such, he suddenly had a plan.

The Fall And Rise of A Merchant-Panchatantra Story Picture Several days later, the servant was sweeping the floor near the king's bed early in the morning. He observed that that the king was still in bed, half awake. The servant started mumbling, "Good heavens! The merchant has become so carefree now that he dared to embrace the queen!"When the king heard this lying in his bed, he jumped up and asked the servant, "Is it true? Have you seen the merchant embrace my queen yourself?" The servant fell at once at the feet of the king, "O Master, I was gambling all night. I feel sleepy because I didn't sleep last night. I don't understand what I was mumbling about, but I said something wrong, kindly forgive me."

The king no longer spoke, but the servant knew that the seed of suspicion had been sown. The king believed, "It can be true! The servant passes freely around the palace, and so does the merchant. The servant may have seen something." A merchant's Fall And Rise-Panchatantra Story Picture The king was jealously disturbed. From that day onwards, he withdrew his favours from the merchant and even forbade him to enter the palace.One day, when the merchant was entering the gateway to the palace, he was stopped by the guards. The merchant was surprised due to this sudden change in the king's attitude.

The servant was nearby and mocking screamed at the guards, "Ho Guards! That merchant is favored by the king. He is a strong individual. He can have individuals detained or released or even thrown out, just as he had thrown me out of the reception of his daughter. Beware that you may suffer the same destiny." Hearing this, the merchant recognized that the servant somehow caused all this difficulty. He felt disgusted and got angry about the incident back home.He gave a second thought to everything, and then welcomed his house to the royal servant. With utmost respect, he treated the servant and flattered him with gifts and clothes. He said kindly, "O friend, I didn't throw you out that day because of rage, but it was wrong for you to occupy the seat reserved for the royal nobles. They felt insulted, and I had to throw you out of compulsion. Please forgive me." The servant was already flattered with all the donations, and he was full of happiness, "Sir, I forgive you.

He told the merchant that "I am going to show you how smart I am. I'm going to have the king in your favor as he was before." The servant returned home. When he began sweeping the palace floors early the next morning, he waited until the king lied half-awake.When the chance arrived, he began to sweep around his bed and mumbled, "Our king is insane, he's eating cucumber in the washroom!" The king was taken aback when he heard this. He got up angrily and shouted at the servant, "What nonsense are you talking about? If you hadn't been a royal servant, I would have punished you dearly.Once again, the servant fell on his knees and prayed, "O Master, please forgive me if I said something wrong. I was playing games all last night and I didn't sleep. I feel sleepy and I don't know what I was mumbling about." The Fall And Rise of A Merchant-Panchatantra Story Picture The King believed to himself, "I've never eaten a cucumber in the lavatory.

He wondered, "After all he was so successful in the whole administrative scheme that it became loose without him." Thus, after careful consideration, the king invited the merchant to the palace and flattered him with donations, jewels and clothes. He re-appointed the merchant to his position earlier held, and favored his services as before.


this story give us moral that One should treat with regard one and all , even the lowest.


One day a fox in jungle lived. one day fox wandered in jungle and fox become very hungry but not getting food.  He walked out of the jungle in which he resided after some moment, reaching a deserted battlefield.A fight has lately been fought in this deserted battlefield. The combat forces had left behind a drum lying close to a tree.

The tree's branches were rubbed against the drum as powerful winds blew. This made a strange noise.When the jackal heard this sound, he got very frightened and thought of running away, "If I can not flee from here before I am seen by the person making all this noise, I will be in trouble".

He was having a second thought as he was about to run away. "Running away from something without understanding it is unwise. Instead, I have to be cautious to find out the origin of this noise."

He took the bravery to walk cautiously forward. He knew that it was only the wind that caused all the noise when he saw the drum.He continued his search for food and discovered enough food and water near the drum. 

for more story related this you can read : fighting goats and jackle.

:: moral of this story :: 

" in the life only brave become success. "


Once upon a time there was a merchant employing many carpenters and masons in his garden to construct a temple. They'd begin working regularly in the morning; The Monkey And The Wedge-Panchatantra Story Pictureand take a break for midday meals, and return to job until evening. A group of monkeys arrived at the building site one day and watched the employees leave for their midday meals.

A enormous log of wood was seen by one of the carpenters. Since it was only half-done; to stop the log from closing, he put a wedge in between. He then went off along with the other workers for his meal.

The monkeys went down from the trees when all the workers were gone and began to jump around the site and play with the instruments. There was one monkey who was curious about the wedge between the log. He sat on the log, put himself between the half-split log, caught hold of the wedge, and began to pull it.

The wedge went out all of a sudden. The half-split log shut in as a consequence, and the monkey was caught in the log gap.
He was badly injured, as was his fate.

:: moral ::

 One who interferes with the job of another certainly comes to grief.

Monday, 5 August 2019


A fox passed through a grapevine twisting around a tree's components. He saw a lot of hanging grapes above. He jumped a couple of grapes to grab. The grapes for him, however, were unreasonably big.

"You have to develop fox," said a monkey residing on the tree; "bring some grapes here." The monkey lifted the branch and dropped a few grapes. The fox had them in his mouth conveniently. 

"Is it nice?" the monkey asked. 

"Not all that nice," said the fox while he was leaving. 

The fox falls from the tree the next day.

He researched the hanging lots of grapes above. He took and bounced a brief run. He could hop higher this time, but not high enough to get to the grapes. The friendly monkey pushed the branch down, helping the fox grab a few grapes as they dropped. 

"Is that nice?" the monkey asked. "Not everything that nice," the fox said as he left. 

The fox was back the next day. He looked determined to get the grapes this time.