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Panchatantra : Stories for Children in Oriya, Volume 4

By Adhikary, Madhuri, Mrs.

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Reproduction Date: 10/1/2017

Title: Panchatantra : Stories for Children in Oriya, Volume 4  
Author: Adhikary, Madhuri, Mrs.
Volume: Volume 4
Language: Oriya
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Character Education
Collections: Authors Community, Short Stories
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Publication Date:
2017
Publisher: Rajesh Adhikary
Member Page: Rajesh Adhikary

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Panchatantra (In Sanskrit, Pancha means ‘five’ and Tantra means ‘principles’) was written in Sanskrit by Pandit Vishnu Sharma some 1,500 years back for sons of King Amarshakti to impart them with knowledge based on the central Hindu principles of ‘niti shashtra’ – character education along with wisdom to manage the kingdom. The Panchatantra is a collection of short stories under five headings - Mitra Bhedha [The loss of friends]; Mitra Samprapti [How to win friends]; Kakolukiyam [Of owls and crows]; Labdha Prasanam [Loss of Gain] and Aparikshita Karakam [Rash Actions]. It is known to exist in over two hundred different versions and in more than fifty languages In similar lines, the stories in this book has been written in simple language in prose and poetry form and depicted in the form of pictures to make reading an enjoyable experience. The font size, pictures and lucid language will definitely capture children’s interest and learnings will be deeply ingrained It will serve as a wealth of knowledge and learning for children of all ages

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Panchatantra (In Sanskrit, Pancha means ‘five’ and Tantra means ‘principles’) was written in Sanskrit by Pandit Vishnu Sharma some 1,500 years back for sons of King Amarshakti to impart them with knowledge based on the central Hindu principles of ‘niti shashtra’ – character education along with wisdom to manage the kingdom. The Panchatantra is a collection of short stories under five headings - Mitra Bhedha [The loss of friends]; Mitra Samprapti [How to win friends]; Kakolukiyam [Of owls and crows]; Labdha Prasanam [Loss of Gain] and Aparikshita Karakam [Rash Actions]. It is known to exist in over two hundred different versions and in more than fifty languages In similar lines, the stories in this book has been written in simple language in prose and poetry form and depicted in the form of pictures to make reading an enjoyable experience. The font size, pictures and lucid language will definitely capture children’s interest and learnings will be deeply ingrained It will serve as a wealth of knowledge and learning for children of all ages

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The stories in this book has been written in simple language in prose and poetry form and depicted in the form of pictures to make reading an enjoyable experience. The font size, pictures and lucid language will definitely capture children’s interest and learnings will be deeply ingrained It will serve as a wealth of knowledge and learning for children of all ages

 

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