How The Jackal Ate The Elephant (Malayalam)

How The Jackal Ate The Elephant (Malayalam)

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Panchatantra (Five Chapters) In Sanskrit Is Perhaps The Oldest Collection Of Stories In The World And Has Been Translated Into More Than 50 Languages. Each Of Its 'Chapters' Contains A String Of Stories One Emerging From The Other, With Each Designed To Lead To A Precept For Proper Practical Conduct For A Thinking Person In The Real World. The Characters Are Taken From The Whole Gamut Of Living Beings Including Humans And Animals In The Wild. In A Way The Unity Of Life Is Stressed By Assigning The Sentiments, Emotions And Thoughts Of Human Beings To Animals As Well. In This Collection, A Jackal Spotting A Dead Elephant, Works Towards Eating Him, Through Humility, Cunning, Fright And Fight Suited To The Natures Of Different Animals. A Frog Meaning Harm To Relatives Invites A Snake To Live In Their Well And In The End, Has To Move Out To Save Himself. A Washerman'S Donkey Covered With Tiger'S Skin Gets Betrayed By His Braying. Though Brought Up With Lion'S Cubs, The Jackal Cub Gets Frightened At The Sight Of An Elephant. This Panchatantra Collection Is A Treasure House Of A Variety Of Such Stories.
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Title
How The Jackal Ate The Elephant (Malayalam)
SKU
ACKHOWT5947
Weight
0.0900
Pricefactor
N/A
ISBN
9788184825947
Binding
Paperback
Author
Kamala Chandrakant
Editor
No
Illustrator
No
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
2012
Pages
32
Language
Malayalam
Genre
Comics
Age Group
9-19 Years
Volume Number
560
Price
Rs.30
Special Price
No
Payment

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