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Baalgatha is a podcast of Children's Bedtime stories. We will bring to you classic children's stories from India and around the world. Baalgatha is a top ranked podcast for Kids on iTunes India.

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The Story of Narad and Lord Vishnu
This is a tale about Narad Muni, the mythical "travelling journalist" according to Indian tales. Once, Narad, who considered himself to be a great devotee of Lord Vishnu, was overcome with price. He asked Lord Vishnu who was the latter's devotee. In turn Vishnu gave him a small task that made him understand who the greatest devotee was. The moral of this story is that God always comes to our aid when we remember him. You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1), Saavn, [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/3HkLCKkTZW5XrIvRTJGVER?si=eZRlFHCsT-69XmT0dPgnZA), Stitcher, TuneIn and now on Google Podcasts. Visit [gaathastory.com](https://gaathastory.com) to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Story of Navaratri
This week, the festival of Navaratri (9 nights) is being celebrated in many parts of India. But do you know the story behind this festival? Listen to this episode on Baalgatha Podcast to learn more.  You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1), Saavn, [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/3HkLCKkTZW5XrIvRTJGVER?si=eZRlFHCsT-69XmT0dPgnZA), Stitcher, TuneIn and now on [Google Podcasts](https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ3MDgyODkucnNz). Visit [baalgatha.com](https://baalgatha.com/) to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Story of the Prince and Two Snakes
Listen to this story of a Prince and Two Snakes, in which a young prince grows leaner and weaker with each passing day. Experts in medicines are unable to discover the cause of his illness, and in frustration, the Prince leaves his father's kingdom and .. well, you will have to listen to this story to learn more! You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1), Saavn, [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/3HkLCKkTZW5XrIvRTJGVER?si=eZRlFHCsT-69XmT0dPgnZA), Stitcher, TuneIn and now on Google Podcasts. Visit [baalgatha.com](https://baalgatha.com) to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Jackal and the Iguana
The Jackal and the Iguana is a classic tale about a jackal who tries to take advantage of gullible and thirsty animals. Until, that is, he meets and iguana who just might outsmart him. But will the iguana succeed? Listen to this hillarious tale to learn more. This classic story from India was translated into English and compiled into a collection by Flora Annie Steel and has been adapted and produced by gaatha story.  You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1), Saavn, [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/3HkLCKkTZW5XrIvRTJGVER?si=eZRlFHCsT-69XmT0dPgnZA), [Stitcher](http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/amar-vyas/baalgatha), [TuneIn](http://tunein.com/radio/Baalgatha-p892567/) and now on [Google Podcasts](https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ3MDgyODkucnNz). Visit [baalgatha.com](https://baalgatha.com) to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Golden Bird
The Golden bird is a story from one of the lives of the Bodhisatta (Bodhisatta) and teaches us that greed is bad. This story is also known as The Golden Mallard and is similar to the tale of the Golden Serpant and also the Hen That Lay The Golden Egg. The moral of the story is that one should not be greedy and accept what one receives in life with happiness. You can learn more about this story on [gaathastory.com/the-golden-bird](https://gaathastory.com/the-golden-bird) You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1), Saavn, [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/3HkLCKkTZW5XrIvRTJGVER?si=eZRlFHCsT-69XmT0dPgnZA), [Stitcher](http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/amar-vyas/baalgatha), [TuneIn](http://tunein.com/radio/Baalgatha-p892567/) and now on [Google Podcasts](https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ3MDgyODkucnNz). Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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Fishy Morality : Tale From Stories Of Mulla Nasiruddin
This is a short delightful tale from the stories of Mulla Nasruddin. A learned scholar and our protagonist once visit the restaurant and order some fish. Mulla Nasruddin takes the larger piece of the fish for himself, angering the scholar in the process. How does Nasruddin justify his actions? Listen to learn more. You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1), Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Story of Janmashtami - Birth of Lord Krishna
On occasion of Janmashtami, we bring to you the story of birth of Lord Krishna. This episode is also published on the Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India Podcast simultaneously. You can learn more about this story including the music and the images used by visiting gathastory.com/janmashtami Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at contact at gaathastory dot com, or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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Stories about the Onam Festival
Note: In light of the floods in Kerala, our intention behind this episode is to  focus on the stories and not the celebration itself for this year.  Onam is afestival that is celebrated predominantly in Kerala during the monsoons. Occurring either in the month of August or September, it marks the period of rice harvest. There are many legends associated with Onam, and in this episode, we will narrate the Legend of Mahabali and Parashuram and how they are related to Onam. You can learn more about this story by visiting gaathastory.com/onam Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at contact at gaathastory dot com, or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it! For details on the images and the music used in this episode, please visit the shownotes page.
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The Story of Nag Panchami (The Worship of Snakes)
Nag Panchami is celebrated in the month of Shravan, which falls in the months of August and September this year. This is a day when Hindus throughout India, Nepal worship the snake god on the fifth day of bright half of Lunar month of Shravan. Listen to this episode to learn why is this festival so revered in India.  You can learn more about this story by visiting gaathastory.com/nag-panchami Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at contact at gaathastory dot com, or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Well Trained Elephant - Story from Jataka Tales
This is a story from Jataka tales and features the Bodhisatta (Buddha) in the form of an elephant. The king of Magadh had made him the state elephant, and he was well cared for and decorated. Out of jealousy, the King decided to get the elephant killed by trying to trick the Mahout. Did he succeed? Listen to this story to learn more. You can learn more about this story by visiting gaathastory.com/well-trained-elephant Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at contact at gaathastory dot com, or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Ant and the Chrysalis
This is a story from [Aesop's Fables](https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Ant_and_the_Chrysalis), which is small but carries a very powerful lesson that appearances are deceptive. You can listen to this story on [Baalgatha Podcast](https://baalgatha.com). You can learn more about this story by visiting [gaathastory.com/ant-chrysalis](https://gaathastory.com/ant-chrysalis) Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact at gaathastory dot com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can subscribe to [Baalgatha Podcast](https://gaathastory.com) on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844), Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on [Google Podcasts](https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ3MDgyODkucnNz). Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it! For details on the image and the music used in this episode, please visit the [shownotes page](https://gaathastory.com/ant-chrysalis).
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Guru Purnima and How The Wicked Sons Were Taught a Lesson
On occasion of the festival of Guru Purnima, which is celebrated In the month of Asadh, which falls during the monsoons, students pray to their Gurus and seek their blessings. The word Guru Literally means Destroyer of Darkness. (Gu means darkness and Ru means liberator from or destroyer of). On occasion of this festival, we bring to you a story - How The Wicked Sons Were Taught a Lesson. Listen to this episode on Baalgatha Podcast. You can learn more about this story by visiting [gaathastory.com/guru-purnima](https://gaathastory.com/guru-purnima) Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site.  You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844), [Book My Show Jukebox](https://in.bookmyshow.com/mobile), Saavn App and now on [Google Podcasts](https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ3MDgyODkucnNz). Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak: Tale from his childhood
On occasion of the birth anniversary of Bal Gandadhar Tilak, we bring you a story from his childhood, which demonstrates his character. He was willing to stand up to his teacher and reject receiving punishment for something he had not done. And he believed in the power of truth, as we shall learn while listening to this story.  You can learn more about this story by visiting [gaathastory.com/bal-gangadhar-tilak](https://gaathastory.com/bal-gangadhar-tilak) Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can learn more about this tale by visiting the gaathastory.com You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844), [Book My Show Jukebox](https://in.bookmyshow.com/mobile), Saavn App and now on [Google Podcasts](https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ3MDgyODkucnNz). Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Birds and The Monkeys Hitopadesha Tale
This is a story about birds and monkeys from the Hitopadesha tales, which teaches us a moral that we should not waste our time in giving advice to the fools. Hitopadesha tales are similar to Aesop's Fables, Panchatantra and Jataka Tales.  You can learn more about this story by visiting gaathastory.com/birds-monkeys Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can learn more about this tale by visiting the gaathastory.com You can subscribe to [Baalgatha Podcast](https://baalgatha.com) on [Apple Podcasts](https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/baalgatha-childrens-stories-from-panchatantra-jataka/id1116571844?mt=2&uo=4&ls=1), Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on [Google Podcasts](https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzQ3MDgyODkucnNz). Visit [baalgatha.com](https://baalgatha.com) to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it! **The story is as follows**: On a rainy day, the birds who have built nests and laid eggs in them, are dry and warm and comfortable.  Meanwhile the monkeys who were playing before the rains, are now wet and shivering. The birds ask the moneys why they do not build a home for themselves. What do the  monkeys do? Listen to this story to learn more.  Story narrated by Sheerali Biju and produced by Gaatha Podcast. Music by Incompetech, Image from [Pixabay](https://pixabay.com/en/monkey-chimp-ape-chimpanzee-animal-474147/). Story, music and images obtained from public domain or Creative Commons CC0 sources.
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The Gold Giving Serpant
This is a story carries a message that greed is bad. This story is based on the Gold Giving Serpant from the book Indian Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs. You may find a lot of similarities with The Golden Swan from the Jataka Tales, and also the hen that laid a golden egg- stories that have different characters and animals but carry a similar meaning. Both these stories will be published in a future episode of Baalgatha Podcast. You can learn more about this story by visiting [gaathastory.com/gold-giving-serpant](https://gaathastory.com/gold-giving-serpant) Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at contact at gaathastory dot com, or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can learn more about this tale by visiting the gaathastory.com You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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Room Full of Memories- Story by Gauri Awasthi
Today we bring to you a user contributed story- Room of Memories by Gauri Awasthi. This is the second time we are publishing a story by Gauri- last year, she was the winner of the Baalgatha Storytelling Competition, which she won for her story [The Grey Brown](https://audioboom.com/posts/5681064-the-grey-brown-a-story-by-gauri-awasthi). Room Full of Memories is a story of a little girl Emily who has to do a task she hates- cleaning her room. But as she is left with no choice- thanks to an ultimatum by her mother, she begins to find things in her room that bring back fond memories. Listen to this beautiful little story to learn more. Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can learn more about this tale by visiting the [gaathastory.com](https://gaathastory.com) You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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How The Frog Became The King of The Marshes- Tale from Africa
This is a beautiful tale from Africa which tells us how the Frog became the King of the Marshes and the Swamps. We thought this story was particularly interesting given the time of the year- by early July, the monsoons have spread across most parts of India, and you might hear the croaking of frogs every now and then. Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can learn more about this tale by visiting the [gaathastory.com](https://wp.me/p9pH1r-4) You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it! Image: [Pixabay. Used under CC0 license](https://pixabay.com/en/frog-frog-prince-prince-figure-2240764/)
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The Story of Two Frogs- Tale From Japan
Today we bring to you a delightful little story from Japan, about two frogs. One of them lives in Osaka, while the other stays in Kyoto. One day, the decide to visit each other's city. They do now know each other, of course, but when they meet half way on the top of a hill, they become friends. During the process of the conversation, they are curious to see each other's city. What do they discover? Does the frog from Osaka like Kyoto? What about the frog from Kyoto? Listen to this story to learn more.  You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit [baalgatha.com](https://baalgatha.com) to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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The Story of Sant Kabir
Kabir was a poet and saint who lived in Northern India in the 15th century. His writings have influenced Hinduism's Bhakti movement and his verses are found in Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs. His early life was in a Muslim family, but he was strongly influenced by his teacher Ramananda. We bring to you this special episode to mark the 500th death anniversary of Sant Kabir. His profile was compiled from Wikipedia and other public domain sources by Gaatha Story. Narration by Sheerali Biju. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 Noncommercial International License. If you use this audio edition of Sant Kabir's Profile, please attribute it to [Baalgatha Podcast](https://baalgatha.com). Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at contact at gaathastory dot com, or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. And Now, introducing the Baalgatha Channel on Telegram App! You can subscribe to the channel to receive updates when ever a new story is published. Visit [t.me/baalgatha](t.me/baalgatha) to subscribe on your phone using the Telegram App. Image Source: Wikipedia. You can find the profile of Sant Kabir and details on the image at [https://gaathastory.com/sant-kabir](https://gaathastory.com/sant-kabir)
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Kaka and Munni - Folk Tale from Punjab
This is  a delightful little tale in which a crow called Kaka wants to eat the three eggs laid by Munni the bird. Will Kaka succeed in his evil plans? Listen to this story to learn more. Gaatha Story have used the content - story as well as the image-under Creative Commons CC 4.0 License. More details about the CC4.0 license and the artists who have created this story are included in the audio file as well as at [gaathastory.com/kaka-munni](https://gaathastory.com/kaka-munni). We have also published the Hindi version of this story under Baalgatha Hindi Podcast. You can listen to that version on the same page! Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at contact at gaathastory dot com, or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. And Now, introducing the Baalgatha Channel on Telegram App! You can subscribe to the channel to receive updates when ever a new story is published. Visit t.me/baalgatha to subscribe on your phone using the Telegram App.
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The Legend of Kempe Gowda The First
In this episode, we learn about Kempe Gowda the First, a leader from the Sixteenth century and often credited to be the founder of Bengaluru (formerly known as Bangalore), the capital of Karnataka in India. He is a well known historical figure in the region, and the Airport and the bus stand are named after him. June 27th is celebrated as his birth anniversary. We thought of narrating this short profile of this leader. To learn more about Kempe Gowda the First (and the little bit about Kempe Gowda the Second and the Third), visit https://gaathastory.com/kempe-gowda. Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. And Now, introducing the Baalgatha Channel on Telegram App! You can subscribe to the channel to receive updates when ever a new story is published. Visit [t.me/baalgatha](https://t.me/baalgatha) to subscribe on your phone using the Telegram App. (Image source: Wikipedia)
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The Story of the Merchant's Son
This is a story form Panchatantra which teaches us that one must leave some things to fate. If some positive this is in our destiny, it will happen no matter what. This story is as follows; a merchant's son buys an expensive book which has only one teaching, namely, the book notes that one should leave certain things to one's fate. When his father learns about the purchase and interest in that book, he asks his son to leave the house. Listen to this story to learn what happens next. Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. And Now, introducing the Baalgatha Channel on Telegram App! You can subscribe to the channel to receive updates when ever a new story is published. Visit [t.me/baalgatha](https://t.me/baalgatha) to subscribe on your phone using the Telegram App.
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A Bundle of Sticks- A father educates his sons
On occasion of Father's Day, we thought of publishing the story A Bundle of Sticks. This is a short story with a powerful message. A dying man calls his sons and teaches them the value of staying united. The lesson we learn from this story is that Unity is Strength. This is a story from Panchatantra and also Aesop's Fables. On Wikipedia, there is an entire page dedicated to this story! You can learn more about this story by visiting [gaathastory.com/bundle-of-sticks](gaathastory.com/bundle-of-sticks). Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Bundle-Of-Sticks), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. And Now, introducing the Baalgatha Channel on Telegram App! You can subscribe to the channel to receive updates when ever a new story is published. Visit [t.me/baalgatha](t.me/baalgatha) to subscribe on your phone using the Telegram App.
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The festival of Ramzan Id (Ramadan, Eid Al Fitr)
We thought of publishing this short episode on occasion of Ramazan Id (in many parts of the world spelt as Ramadan Id). Also known as Eid al-Fitr (ʻĪd al-Fiṭr) According to Wikipedia, this festival is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting (sawm). This festival marks the end of Ramadan fasting and is a day for celebrations. Family members greet one another and there are prayers and social gatherings. Traditional sweet dishes are prepared. Eid Mubarak to our listeners!
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The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
This story is adopted from Aesop's Fables. Once, a mouse who lives in the city goes to visit his cousin, who lives in the countryside. Looking at his living conditions and the food that the country mouse eats, the town mouse invites him to visit the city and explore the life. Indeed in the city where the mouse lives, there are sweets and cakes and rick food. However, the Country mouse still decided that his humble life is better. Why is it so? Listen to this story to learn more. There is a similar story from Panchatantra that we have published on the Myths... Podcast, titled the tiger and the Dog. Visit www.gaathastory.com to listen to that story! Title image M A Glen, Public domain image, source: Wikipedia.
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The Bear And The Two Travellers (Story from Aesop's Fables)
Two Friends and the Bear is a classic from [Aesop's Fables](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aesop%27s_Fables). Two Friends set out on a journey. They leave their village and soon reach a dense forest. There they see a huge bear walking towards them. One of the two friends climbs a tee, while the other is left high and dry on the ground. Using his presence of mind, the second friend pretends to be dead. What happens next? Listen to this story to learn more. Or, visit https://gaathastory.com/bear-travellers to learn more about this story. If you have any comments or feedback, or; you want to send your drawing or picture to the Kids' Corner of [gaatha story](https://gaathastory.com) send us an email at [contact@gaathastory.com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Kids' Corner)
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The Lion and the Mouse - Panchatantra Story
[www.gaathastory.com/grateful-mouse](www.gaathastory.com/grateful-mouse) You will find various versions of this story in Panchatantra, Aesops Fables. One hot afternoon, a lion was fast asleep when a mouse entered the lion's den and jumped all around the lion, and thus woke him up. The lion caught him and was about to kill him, when the little mouse pleased with the lion to let him go. "I will help you in return some day". The lion was rather amused to hear this, thinking, “What good can he do me. . . ” but he let him go. A few days later, the lion was trapped in a net that was cast by some hunters. He struggled hard to set himself free but, he soon realised he was trapped. He roared with anger. The little mouse heard the lion’s roar, and see­ing the lion caught in the net, he started gnawing away at the net at once. The mouse had sharp teeth and he soon freed the lion. Moral of the story is :"Make friends, however strong or weak they may be" You can learn more about this story, including information on the image used for this story, by visiting [www.gaathastory.com/grateful-mouse](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Lion_and_the_Mouse_-_Project_Gutenberg_etext_19994.jpgwww.gaathastory.com/grateful-mouse) [Image: Wikimedia commons](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Lion_and_the_Mouse_-_Project_Gutenberg_etext_19994.jpgwww.gaathastory.com/grateful-mouse)
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The Farmer and His Sons
This is a story about a farmer and his lazy sons. Listen to this tale to know how the farmer teaches his sons the importance of hard work. You can listen to many such amazing stories by visiting [www.gaathastory.com](https://www.gaathastory.com) Once upon a time, a hardworking farmer had four sons. The farmer worked very hard in the field, but the sone were least interested in farming. Instead, they would spend their time lazying around. The farmer once day fell very sick, and he felt that his end was near.  He called his sons to his side, and expressed his sadness because he had failed in making his sons realize the importance of hard working. He told the sons that there was a treasure hidden in the field, and that he wanted his sons to find the treasure. Once the old farmer died, the sons took up their sickles and ploughs, and dug up the entire field in search of the treasure. Three months thus passed, but they did not find any treasure. However, because of their efforts, they could raise a bumper crop, and make a lot of money by selling the grains.  The sons had learnt a valuable lesson that hard work yields great rewards.
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The Quarrel Of The Quails
In this story, a group of quails lives near a forest. A bird catcher (fowler) imitates the voice of the leader of the quails and catches a few quails everyday. The leader of the quails decides to help his group. Does he succeed in his mission? Listen to this story to learn more. The moral of this story is that United we stand, but divided we fall.  You can listen to more such stories by visiting www.gaathastory.com. Every week, we bring you stories from India (Panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.  Do you have any comments or feedback about the stories? You can write to us at: contact@gaathastory.com
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The Foolish Friend- Classic Tale from India
A King once kept a monkey as a pet in his palace. The monkey feeds on the various dishes and enjoyed the luxuries awarded by the King. Once, the King gives a sword to the Monkey. What does the monkey do with the sword? Listen to this story from Panchatantra to learn more. You can listen to more such stories by visiting www.gaathastory.com. Every week, we bring you stories from India (Panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.  Do you have any comments or feedback about the stories? You can write to us at: contact@gaathastory.com
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Mir The Intelligent Guard
This is the story about Mir, a guard in a King's Palace. Once he is invited for the wedding of a rich merchant's daughter. During the wedding, he is insulted by the merchant's servant. How does Mir respond to this insult? Listen to this story to learn more.  You can listen to more such stories by visiting www.gaathastory.com. Every week, we bring you stories from India (Panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.  Do you have any comments or feedback about the stories? You can write to us at: contact@gaathastory.com
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The Rice Measure
This is a story from Bodhisatta's life. Bodhisatta once took birth as the valuer for a King. The King thought that the valuer would one day spend all his treasure, and decided to replace Bodhisatta with a dullard. The new valuer used his own judgement and paid random fees for the horses and elephants. Once a horse dealer brought 500 horses from the north, and he was offered a measure of rice in return. The horse dealer seeks the help from Bodhisatta. What advice does the Bodhisatta give? Listen to this story to learn more.  You can listen to more such stories by visiting www.gaathastory.com. Every week, we bring you stories from India (Panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.  Do you have any comments or feedback about the stories? You can write to us at: contact@gaathastory.com
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The Vessel That Died
This is a story from the tales of Naseeruddin Hoodja. Hoodja borrows a copper vessel (a cauldron) from his neighbor, and returns two cauldrons instead. After some time, Hoodja borrows the pot, and does not return it. What is the reason for this? Listen to this story to learn more.  You can listen to more such stories by visiting www.gaathastory.com. Every week, we bring you stories from India (panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.  Do you have any comments or feedback about the stories? You can write to us at: contact@gaathastory.com
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The Timid Hare And The Flight Of The Beasts
In this story, a nervous hare almost leads to a stampede in a forest. Learn how the Buddha in the form of an animal comes to the rescue of his fellow beasts. You can listen to more such stories by visiting www.gaathastory.com. Every week, we bring you stories from India (panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world. Did you like this story? If so, we would love to hear from you. You can write to us at [contact at gaathastory dot com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast), or leave a review on your favourite podcast app or site. You can learn more about this tale by visiting [gaathastory.com](https://gaathastory.com) You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Book My Show Jukebox, Saavn App and now on Google Podcasts. Visit baalgatha.com to learn more. Form there, you can also leave us a review on your favourite podcasting app or site, we will greatly appreciate it!
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Two Cats And A Monkey
This classic story from Panchatantra teaches us a moral that whenever two persons fight, a third always gains. Two cats find a piece of cake, and enter into an argument. A monkey decides to be the judge and offers to divide the cake between the cats. What happens next? Listen to this story to learn more.  You can listen to more such stories by visiting [www.gaathastory.com](https://gaathastory.com). Every week, we bring you stories from India (panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.  Do you have any comments or feedback about the stories? You can write to us at: [contact@gaathastory.com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com)
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The Lion And The Dog: Story From Panchatantra
This is a story from Panchatantra about two friends- a lion and a dog. The lion does not get enough food and is hungry and weak. The dog, on the other hand, is very well fed. The lion asks the dog how he is able to stay hale and hearty, and the dog replies that his master gives him food three times a day. Upon listening to this, the lion replies that it is better to stay free and hungry rather than be well fed and serve a master. The moral of this story is that there is no price for freedom. This story was previously published in Hindi on Baalgatha Podcast as बाघ और कुत्ता (Bagh Aur Kutta). **Now you can listen to Hindi stories from Baalgatha on [BookMyShow Jukebox](https://in.bookmyshow.com/jukebox/free-music-download) and [Storytel](https://www.storytel.in/search-baalgatha)! Visit [www.baalgatha.com](https://baalgatha.com) to learn more.** Would you like to see your English or Hindi story published on Baalgatha Podcast? If yes, write to us at contact@gaathastory.com and we will be happy to talk to you!
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The Horse That Held On Till The End
This is a story about Bodhisatva, and teached the value of valour as well as commitment. Bodhisatta (Bodhisatva) in the form of a horse teaches us how.  To listen to more such amazing stories, visit [www.baalgatha.com](www.baalgatha.com)
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What Will We Do Without Mr. W (Story by Pooja Mohan)
This is a story contributed by Pooja Mohan, and narrated by Sheerali Biju. Listen to this story to learn what happens when three letters of the alphabet - V,W and X get into a fight. You can listen to more such stories by visiting [www.baalgatha.com](http://www.baalgatha.com). Every week, we bring you stories from India (panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.
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The Lion and The Hare- Panchatantra Story
This is a story from Panchatanta which teaches a moral that even the weak can overcome the powerful by applying their mind.
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The Story of Lord Ganesh: Ganesh Chaturthi
On Occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, the day we pray Lord Ganesh, we bring to you aa story from his life. Listen on Baalgatha Podcast.
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Gandhiji and Shastriji
Two great leaders of India, Gandhiji and Shastriji, were born on October 2nd. In this episode, we narrate one story involving the life of each leader, which demonstrates their character.
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The story of Hirkani- Special Episode for Mother's Day
On occasion of Mother's Day, we bring to you the story of Hirkani, a brave woman and an amazing mother who lived during the period of Shivaji Maharaj. Listen to her story to learn more.
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Buddha Purnima- The Story of how Siddharth Became the Buddha
On occasion of Buddha Purnima, we bring you the story of how the Prince Siddharth became the Buddha. You can learn more about this story by visiting baalgatha website at www.baalgatha.com
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The Lion and The Dog
In this short story, we learn a very important message: it is better to be free than to be owned by somebody.
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The Tortoise and the Cranes- story from Panchatantra
This is a story from Panchatantra which teaches us that it is not wise to open our mouth when it is not necessary. This story is as follows: In a pond lives a tortoise who has two cranes for friends. Once, the lake begins to dry up because of a famine. The cranes decide to fly away to a different pond. The tortoise asks the cranes to take her with them. Listen to this story to learn what happens next. You can learn more about this story at http://www.gaatha.co/tortoise-cranes-2
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The Dog That Went Abroad : Story from Panchatantra
This is a classic story from Panchatantra, in which a dog by the name of Chitranga travels to a far away country in search of food. he is forced to live his village because it suffers from a drought. Upon going to the foreign country, he finds good food but is also attacked by other dogs. In the end, he realizes that it is better to live in one's own country.
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The Hippopotamus and the Tortoise:Folk Tale from Nigeria
We bring to you a folk tale from Nigeria, about a Hippopotamus and a Tortoise. Listen to this story to learn how the wily tortoise is able to outsmart the hippo. Image courtesy: http://wordinfo.info/words/images/4-hippo-tortoise-eating.gif
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The Hares and the Frogs
In this story, a group of hares decides to end their lives because they always life in fear of predators. When they go near a pond a jump into the waters and end their lives, they come across a group of frogs who are frightened by the chaos created by the hares. You can learn more about this story from aesop's fables by visiting www.gaatha.co/hares-frogs
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The Story of Babasaheb Ambedkar and Why We Celebrate His Birth Anniversary
14th April marks the birth anniversary of the man behind India's constitution and a leader who worked towards the upliftment of Dalits: Babasaheb Amnedkar. Listen to this story to learn why he is so well respected and we celebrate his birthday as Ambedkar Jayanti.
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The Story of Hanuman's Birth: The Festival of Hanuman Jayanti
On occasion of Hanuman Jayanti, a festival to mark birth of Lord Hanuman, the monkey god; we are pleased to publish a story about his birth. Listen to this story to learn about his parents and how he came to be born. Finally, learn how he came to be known as Hanuman. You can learn more about Hanuman and Hanuman Jayanti by visiting http://www.gaatha.co/hanuman
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The Story of Lord Mahavir
On occasion of Mahavir Jayanti, the most important festival of the Jains, we are pleased to release a story about an incident involving the life of Lord Mahavir. This story also teaches us a moral- that we should not make hasty decisions. To learn more about this story and Lord Mahavir, visit [http://www.gaathastory.com](https://gaathastory.com/baalgatha/mahavir)
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The Story of Ram Navmi and Birth of Lord Ram
On the occasion of the festival of Ram Navmi, we are pleased to publish the story of how Lord Ram was born. To learn more about this story, visit www.gaatha.co/ram-navmi
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Chand Par Khargosh (Hindi)

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The Hare on The Moon (Hindi) चाँद पर ख़रगोश जातक कथा
This is a story from Jataka Tales, which tells us how a hare came to live on the moon. A Hare and his three friends decide to offer a sacrifice on the day of a festival. How the Hare makes a sacrifice is what this story is all about. यह जातक की कहानियों की एक कहानी है, जो हमें बताती है कि चंद्रमा पर एक खरगोश कैसे जीता है। एक हरे और उनके तीन दोस्त एक त्योहार के दिन एक बलिदान देने का फैसला करते हैं। कैसे ख़रगोश बलिदान करता है यह जांने इस कहानी को सुनकर
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The Story of Gudi Padwa or Ugadi
Wishing all listeners a Happy Gudi Padwa/ Ugadi/ Cheti Chand! It is interesting how the same day is celebrated under different names in various parts of India. This festival also marks the beginning of the new Year, so wishing all of you a Very Happy new Year! In this episode, we tell you haw this festival is celebrated across different parts of India, namely, in the sates of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Kashmir, Manipur, and also by the Sindhi community. We also narrate the food that is to be eaten on this day. You can learn more about this festival by visiting http://www.gaatha.co/gudipadwa-ugadi
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Introducing the Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India Podcast
We are super excited to announce that our new podcast Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India, is almost ready for release! If you would like to be notified when the Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India podcast goes live, visit http://www.gaatha.co/mlftpodcast and sign up with your name, email address or phone number. Today, we are including a sample from this podcast, that is, a snippet from the story The Son of Seven Queens. Hope you will like it!
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(Hindi) The Hare And Tortoise Once Again - फिर एक बार ख़रगोश और कछुआ
This is a story from the Storyweaver Collection from Pratham Books, in which a Hare and a Tortoise once again participate in a race. However, this time it is a race against time: they have to deliver a message to the King of the neighbouring forest, and return the same day. Listen to this story in Hindi to learn how we can achieve success by supporting one another. To learn more about this story, visit http://www.gaatha.co/kachua-khargosh
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The Hare And The Tortoise Again- Storyweaver
Remember how the slow and steady tortoise beat the arrogant hare in that great race long ago? Now the two are back together again, and they have a task to complete. Each knows that he cannot do it without the other, but can these two big rivals work together?This is a story from the storyweaver collection, written by Venkatramana Gowda and illustrated by Padmanabh You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/hare-tortoise licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Licence International (CC-BY-4.0) http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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The Grey Brown- A Story By Gauri Awasthi
The Grey Brown is a story written by Gauri Awasthi. This story was submitted by her for the Baaglatha Storytelling Competition. We found this story to be very interesting, and very different from the stories that we have published so far. In Gauri's Own Words, "I have written a story called 'The Grey Brown'. The genre of the story is thriller. The protagonist of this story is Nancy, a young girl, and other characters are Luna, Lily, Amelia Brown and the teacher. The story traces a young girl going to school after Christmas holidays. She sees a statue she did not see in the school before. Strange things began and she wants to unravel the secret of the grey statue. I like reading thrilling books and like watching thriller, horror or suspense movies, that is why I chose to write a story based on this genre. Hope you like the story. Have a nice day." For her award winning submission, she has received a coupon from Earth Baby. Visit www.earthbaby.in
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Sher Ki Khaal Mein Gadha (Hindi) शेर की चमड़ी में गधा पंचातंत्र की कहानी
This is the story of a donkey who wears the skin of a lion. This is a Jataka Story. Here the ass’s master puts the lion’s skin over his beast and turns it loose to feed in the grain fields during his travels. The village watchman is usually too terrified to do anything but finally one of them raises the villagers; when they chase the ass, it begins to bray and betrays its true identity. The ass is then beaten badly. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/gadha
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Stories About The Festival of Holi
On occasion of the festival of Holi, we present to you The Story of Holi. Rather, this is a collection of short tales and legends from different parts of India that are associated with this festival of colors. These include the story of Holika and Prahlad, and of course the story of Radha and Krishna. How do you celebrate this festival? Write to us at contact@gaatha.co or send us a voice or text message at +91-9850800464
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Onakke Obavva's Bravery : How To Overcome A Powerful Enemy Using Presence of Mind
On occasion of Womens' Day on March 8th, we bring to you a story about an incredible woman- Onakke Obavva. This is a story of her bravery, but also is an example of the dedication of women. Onake Obavva was a woman who fought the forces of Hyder Ali single-handedly with a pestle (Onake) in the kingdom of Chitradurga of Karnataka, India. She is regarded as the foremost women warriors and patriots. You can learn more about her by visiting www.gaatha.co/obavva.
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The Battle of Birds and Animals (Hindi) पक्षी और जनवरो की लड़ाई
यह कहानी पंचातंत्र से है, जिसमें हम यह सीखते है की अगर हम दल बदलते रहेंगे तो हमारा कोई भी साथ नहीं देगा। चमगादड़ का उदाहरण देकर यह कहानी हमें यह समझती है। इस कहानी के बारे में अधिक जांने के लिए जाइए www.gaatha.co/swarth पर यह कहानी अंग्रेज़ी में हम The Selfish Bats इस नाम से प्रकाशित कर चुके है। This is the story involving birds, animals, and the bats. There is a war between birds and animals, and the bats decide that they will support the winning party. In the end, the birds and animals sign a truce and the birds are forced to hide in the caves. This story teaches us a moral that we should not try to waiver in our decision. The English version of this story was published on Baalgatha as The Selfish Bats. http://www.gaatha.co/bats
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How a Pen is Mightier Than a Sword
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was an Indian pro-independence activist, lawyer, politician, poet, writer and playwright. On occasion of his death anniversary on 26th February, we present a story from his life- where he told the police that a pen is mightier than a sword. You can learn more about Veer Savarkar and his story by visiting http://www.gaatha.co/savarkar
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The Story of Shiva and Mahashivratri
On occasion of Mahashivratri (the grand night of Lord Shiva) we bring to you two short stories related to this festival. The first story is about a tribal who accidentally showered 1,000 leaves from a bilva tree on to the Shivlinga. In the second story, we narrate how Shiva settled a dispute between Brahma and Vishnu. You can learn more about this festival by visiting www.gaatha.co/shiva
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The Wise Monkey चतुर बंदर पंचतंत्र की कहानी
यह कहानी पंचतंत्र की कहानियों में से एक है। इस कहानी से हमें यह शिक्षा मिलती है की हमें सोच समझ कर निर्णय लेना चाहिए। इस कहानी को आप हमारी वेब्साइट www.gaatha.co/wise-monkey पर भी सुन सकते है। In this story, a wise monkey, who is leader of the monkeys, saves his clan by his presence of mind. This is a story with a moral that one needs to do their proper research before jumping for an opportunity.
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Shivaji And AfzalKhan : A Story From the Life of Shivaji Maharaj
On occasion of birth Anniversary of Shivaji, we are presenting a story from his life. Shivaji was a great warrior King and he established the Maratha empire in the second half of 1600s. In this story, Shivaji used guile to overpower Afzal Khan, who was a very powerful warrior. The moral of this story is that with wit and guile, one can overcome even a powerful enemy. You can learn more about this story at www.gaatha.co/shivaji
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The Mouse With Seven Tails
This story teaches us that we should not listen to others' taunts and teasing, and we should stand up for ourselves. A little mouse with seven tails gets seven wishes from her grandmother. Upon getting teased by her classmates in school for having so many tails, she makes one wish everyday and ends up losing one tail. Finally, she is left with no tails at all! You can learn more about this story at www.gaatha.co/seven-tails This story is from the Storyweaver collection from Pratham Books. Author: Bapsi Sidhwa . Illustrator: Sanjay Sarkar
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मिनवा और डमप्वा के कारनामे Minwa Aur Dumpwa Ke Karname
इन कविताओं का सेट Minwa Aur Dumpwa Ke kartoot, डॉ वी रघुनाथन द्वारा लिखित छोटी छोटी कहानियों की अगली कड़ी हैं। These short poems are the sequel to Minwa Aur Dumpwa Ke kartoot, written by Dr. V Raghunathan.
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A Well Wisher
This is a story from Panchatantra which teaches us a moral that there are very few people who are our true well wishers. In other words, we should not fall prey to false praise! A King who is very benevolent is taken advantage of by his subjects, One day, he realizes that something is wrong- and that he cannot have so many well wishers! After consulting with his minister, he comes up with a plan that helps him discover that none of his so called well wishers come to help him. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/well-wisher
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The Brahman, The Thief and the Demon (ब्राह्मण, चोर और दानव ) Hindi Story
This is a Hindi story from Pamchatantra which teaches us a moral that one should be careful in choosing one's company. यह कहानी एक ग़रीब ब्राह्मण के बारे में है, जिसे एक चोर और एक दानव क्षति पहचाना चाहते है। लेकिन क्या चोर और दानव अपने कोशिश में कामयाब होंगे? जांने के लिए सुनिए इस कहानी को। अधिक जानकारी के लिए जाइए www.gaatha.co/chor-danav इस वेब्सायट पर। Summary of this Panchatantra story in English: A thief decides to partner with a demon- the thief wants to steal a poor brahman's goats, while the demon wants to eat the brahman. Listen to this story to rind out what happens to both of them.
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Everything Looks New- Story About Spring
On occasion of Vasant Panchami (which also indicates that Spring has begun in India), we bring you a story from Storyweaver Collection from Pratham Books. A little girl describes the sights and sounds of Spring, and what it means to a child. This book is written by Mala Kumar and Manisha Chaudhary, and narrated by Sheerali Biju. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/Spring
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गरीब आदमी का धन (The Poor Man's Wealth): Story in Hindi
यह रामचंद और प्रेमचंद, दो पड़ोसियों की कहानी है। रामचंद एक ग़रीब किसान था, और प्रेमचंद एक साहूकार था। एक दिन प्रेमचंद ने रामचंदको थोड़ा धन रखने के लिए दिया इस वजह से रामचंद पर क्या बीतती है यह जान्ने के लिए यह कहानी सुनिए। इस कहानी का इंग्लिश अनुवाद सुनिए The Poor Man's Wealth इस कहानी में। This is the story of Ramchand and Premchand, two neighbors. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/dhan
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Chatur Khargosh Aur Sher चतुर ख़रगोश और शेर
Lion and the Hare is Panchatantra story that teaches a moral that we can win against a powerful enemy through wit. शेर और चतुर ख़रगोश एक पंचतंत्र की कहानी है । यह हमें सिखाती है की हम बुद्धि के माध्यम से एक शक्तिशाली दुश्मन के खिलाफ जीत सकते हैं।
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Garmagaram Chaay Chahiye ( Hindi)गरमागरम चाय चाहिए (स्टोरी वीवर की कहानी)
This is the Hindi version of the story Hot Tea And Warm Rugs. यह कहानी माला कुमार और मनीषा चौधरी ने लिखी है। इस कहानी में एक छोटी लड़की सर्दियों के सुखद वातावरण का वरणन करती है। आप www.gaatha.co/chaay पर इस कहानी के बारे में अधिक सीख सकते हैं।
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Hot Tea And Warm Rugs
In this story, a little girl describes the sights, sounds, festivals and of course food that makes winter enjoyable. This is from the Storyweaver collection of Pratham Books, written by Mala Kumar and Manisha Chaudhary, illustrated by Priya Kuriyan. You can learn more about this story at www.gaatha.co/Hot-tea
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Moral Stories From Life of Swami Vivekananda
January 12th marks the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, who was a Monk, an intellectual, and a role model for the youth in his day. In today's episode, we bring you two stories with morals- these are anecdotes from the life of Swami Vivekananda. The first story teaches us that we should not believe other peoples' words on face value, and we must verify others' claims. In the second story, we learn the the importance of honesty and integrity. You can learn more about Swami Vivekananda by visiting www.gaatha.co/vivekananda
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Haathi Aur Choohon Ka Raja (Story in Hindi)
In this story, a troupe of elephants travels from the area where a colony of mice live. In the process, many mice get killed. The King of the mice requests the King of the elephants for help. Listen to the story to learn what happens next. The moral of this story is that one should not underestimate others.
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Guru Gobind Singh- The Expert Marksman
In this episode, we narrate a story from the life of Guru Gobind Singh ji, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Today (January 5, 2017) marks his 350th anniversary. The moral of this story is that with discipline and practice, one can not only become strong and achieve great things, but we can also help others. You can learn more about this story and Guru Gobind Singh at www.gaatha.co/Guru-Gobind-Singh Image source: Wikipedia Story source: Public domain sources
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मिनवा और डंपवा के करतूत
मिनवा और डंपवा के करतूत इस पुस्तक में, डॉ वी रघुनाथन ने लिखा है । इस पुस्तक के लेखक डॉ वी रघुनाथन है। इस किताब को एक विनोदी रूप में लिखा है, और यह किताब दो भाग श्रृंखला में पहली है। इस पुस्तक में, दो बच्चों की हरकतों का वर्णन है। आप डॉ रघुनाथन के बारे में अधिक सीख सकते हैं : www.vraghunathan.com
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The Broken Pot: Story from Panchatantra
In this story, a Man keeps some rice in a pot and begins to imagine a better life for himself. In the process, he kicks the pot and all the rice spills over him. The moral of this story is that one should not daydream. You can learn more about this story at www.gaatha.co/broken-pot
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खटमल और पिस्सू Khatmal Aur Pissu (Story in Hindi)
इस कहानी में, एक पिस्सू जो एक राजा के महल में रहती चिंतित हो जाता है जब एक और बग महल में प्रवेश करता है। जब बग राजा को काटता है, तब राजा गुस्सा हो जाता है। राजा के कर्मचारी पिस्सू और बग की खोज करते हैं, वे दोनों पकड़े जाते हैं इस कहानी का नैतिक है कि एक अजनबी के शब्दों से सावधान रहना चाहिए। The English Version of this story The Bug And The Poor Flea is available on Baalgatha Podcast at http://www.gaatha.co/bug #kids #bedtimestories #storieswithmoreals #StoriesfromIndia
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सबसे पहले क्रिसमस ट्री की कहानी (Hindi) The Story of The First Christmas Tree
यह कहानी हमें बताती है कि कैसे ट्री क्रिसमस का एक महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा बन गया है। लेकिन अधिक महत्वपूर्ण बात, कहानी यह भी सिखाती है कि हमें अच्छे कर्म करने चाहिये ... बालगाथा पॉडकास्ट कि अोर से मेरी क्रिसमस। #christmastree #storywithmorals
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The Story of The First Christmas Tree
This is the story that tells us how the Tree became such an important part of Christmas. But more importantly, the story also teaches us to be kind to those who are in need, and that good deeds will get rewarded... Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Baalgatha Podcast.
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Bolti Gufa - Children's story from Panchatantra (in Hindi)
This is a story about a clever fox and a hungry lion, which teaches us that we need to be alert and use common sense to save ourselves from danger. A hungry lion occupies the den of a fox, and the fox very smartly saves himself from getting killed by the lion. You can listen to the English version of this story at http://www.gaatha.co/cave यह एक चालाक लोमड़ी और एक भूखे शेर की कहानी है, जो हमें सिखाता है कि हम सामान्य ज्ञान का उपयोग करके खतरे से खुद को बचा सकता है । एक लोमड़ी बहुत चालाकी से शेर से खुद को बचाता है। इस पंचतंत्र की एक कहानी है। आप http://www.gaatha.co/cave पर इस कहानी के अंग्रेजी संस्करण सुन सकते हैं।
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The Fox And The Crow
This is a story from Panchatantra which teaches us a moral that we should be wary of people who praise you falsely. In this story, a crow who is very proud of her voice is falsely praised by a fox. In the process, the crow, who had a cheese in her mouth. drops the cheese and the fox carries it away. You can listen to more such stories by visiting www.gaatha.co
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King Bruce And The Spider
This story is based on the life of King Bruce of Scotland. He is defeated by his enemy six times, and yet he is able to win during the seventh attempt. How was he able to do it? He was inspired by a spider that he saw in the cave. The moral of this story is: try and try till you succeed. The Hindi version of this story is available as Raja Burush Aur Makdi. at http://www.gaatha.co/brush
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Four Friends And A Lion
This is a story from Panchatantra, in which four friends come across a skeleton while travelling in a forest. Three friends try to show off their knowledge by bringing the animal, in this case a lion to life, while the fourth, uses common sense and climbs a tree. The lion kills the three friends, the fourth is able to save his life. The moral of this story is that one should use common sense and should not be proud of their knowledge. The Hindi version of this story is called Char Dost Aur Sher. You can listen to it at www.gaatha.co/stories
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The Eagle And The Crow (Enhanced)
This story is from Panchatantra and is about a crow who tries to imitiate the actions of an Eagle and gets into trouble. The moral of this story is that one should not imitate others. Do you have an awesome Kids' story that you would like to share? You can write to us at contact@gaatha.co You can listen to many such amazing stories by visiting www.gaatha.co/stories
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Lalach Buri Bala Hai Story With Moral in Hindi
एक बूढ़ा शेर इतना कमजोर है कि वह भोजन के लिए शिकार करने में असमर्थ था बन गया था। एक दिन, वह एक सुनहरा चूड़ी पाता है और सोचता है कि वह एक मानव इस चूड़ी का उपयोग कर लुभाना सकता है, और फिर झपट पर उसे खाते हैं। शेर अपने मिशन में सफल हो सकता है? जानने के लिए यह कहानी सुनो। आप www.gaatha.co पर जाएँ ऐसी ही कमाल की कहानियों को सुनने के लिए ।
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The Dog And The Donkey Panchatantra Story with a Moral
Listen to more awesome stories at www.gaatha.co. Baalgatha is Number 1 ranked Kid's podcast on iTunes India. Today's story is as follows: Once a washer man had a donkey and a dog. It was a hot afternoon. The dog was sleeping under the shady veranda. There was some noise outside. The dog just lifted up his head and went back to sleep. The donkey asked, "Why don't you bark. It could be thieves". The dog replied, "Mind your own business". But the donkey would not listen. He wanted to save his master from thieves. He started to bray. The master who was sound asleep got wild with the donkey and came running out with a stick and beat up the donkey. MORAL : It is always better to mind our own business.
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The Bug And The Poor Flea
In this story, a flea who lives in a King's palace becomes alarmed when another bug enters the palace and wants to bite the King. The King gets angry when he is bitten by the new bug. When the King's servants discover the flea and bug, they are both taken to task. Moral of this story is that one should be careful of believing the words of strangers. You can listen to many such stories by visiting www.gaatha.co
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The Cave That Talks - Story from Panchatantra
This is a story from Panchatantra in which a Hare who is about to be eaten by a lion uses his wit to trick the lion, and is able to save his life. This is a story from Panchatantra. The moral of this story is that no matter how difficult the situation you are in , you can use your wit to overcome the difficulty. You can listen to more such awesome stories by visiting www. gaatha.co/stories.
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The Irresponsible Ox
A warrior had a horse and an ox. He used the horse for travelling and the ox was used for pulling load for the warrior. Once, the horse told the Ox that he had to go with the Master to fight the war. The Ox thought that he would be able to relax during this period, and not have to work. But the war came to an abrupt end because the enemy had surrendered. The Ox had plenty of work to do now! Moral: If you avoid responsibilities, you may have to work even harder. You can learn more about Baalgatha Podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co
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Kauva Aur Baaz (Hindi Story With Moral)
In this story, a Crow (Kauva) tries to imitate a Hawk (Baaz) and tries to catch rabbits for food. In the process, the crow is unsuccessful. This short story from Panchatantra teaches us a moral that we should not try to imitate others. You can listen to over 50 awesome Children's Bedtime stories on Baalgtha podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co/stories
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The Two Headed Weaver
This is a story from Panchatantra.
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The Elephant and The Sparrow : Baalgatha Story in Hindi
This is a story from Panchatantra in which two sparrows work take help of a bird, a frog, and other small animald to overpower an elephant. The moral of the story is that when the weak come together, they can defeat a powerful enemy.
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Saudagar Aur Uska Loha (Hindi)
A trader (Saudagar) leaves his iron with a friend. The friend sells the iron and keeps the money with himself. The Saudagar returns after many years and asks for his iron. The friend replies that the iron has been eaten by the mice. How the Listen to this story to learn how the Saudagar gets the iron back. The moral of the story is that one should not cheat their friends.
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The Mice That Ate The Balance (Enhanced)
Jveernadhana, a trader leaves a weighing scale (balance) at his friend Janak's house. Many years later, he returns to his village and asks Janak for his balance. Janak informs Jveernadhana that the mice in his house have eaten the balance. Listen to this story to learn how the trader very wisely gets back his balance. The moral of this story is that one should not cheat their friends.
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The Story of The Potter
This story from Panchatantra teaches a moral that one should not get too carried away with dreams.
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Saanp Ke Saath Shaadi (Hindi)
A snake is born in the family of a child-less couple. When the parents of this snake decide to seek a bride for their 'son', no parent is willing to come forward, But one man agrees to marry his daughter to the snake. One day, the snake turns into a handsome young man. It is because of a curse that the man was born as a snake.
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The Mice That Ate The Balance
This is a Baalgatha story in English that teaches a moral that even dishonest persons have to pay a price for their dishonesty.
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Shubhchintak: Story of a Raja and His Advisor (Hindi)
This is a story with a moral: one may find many well wishers, but well meaning persons are very few in this world. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/raja
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A Poor Man's Wealth
Ramchand and Premchand, two friends lead very different lives. Ramchand was a poor farmer, while Premchand was a landlord. Ramchand was always happy while Premchand was always worried that somebody will steal his wealth. Premchand gives some money to Ramchand, who is unable to sleep at night . He is afraid that the money will get stolen. In the process, Ramchand realizes that a lesson that money cannot give you everything. You can listen to this story by visiting http://www.gaatha.co/poor-mans-wealth
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Raja Brush Aur Makdi
This is a story in Hindi. Raja (King) Brush is defeated by his enemy, and he is forced to take refuge in a cave. There he sees a spider who is trying to climb on a wall. The spider is unable to hold its grip, and falls down. But after trying several times, the spider is able to climb the wall successfully. Brush gets inspired by this incident and gains the confidence of regaining his lost kingdom. He ultimately defeats his enemy. This story teaches a moral that when faced with hardship, one must not lose hope and keep trying continuously till they achieve success. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/brush. To subscribe to Baalgatha Podacst via WhatsApp, send a message on WhatsApp to +91-9850800464 or on iTunes at www.smarturl.it/baalgatha
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The Brahman, the Thief and the Demon
This story from Panchatantra is about a Brahman, a thief and a demon. A demon and a thief team up, with the plan that the thief will steal the Brahman's calves and the demon will eat the Brahman. In the process, they create a ruckus and the Brahman wakes up, and chases the demon and the thief away. The moral of this story is that when evil persons have a fallout, the good stand to gain. You can visit www.gaatha.co/demon to learn more about this story and subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast. Or, you can subscribe to this podcast on WhatsApp by sending a message to +91-9850800464.
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Chatur Sevak Mir (Hindi)
In this story, a King's servant (Mir) helps the king understand that one should not assume what other have to say to be the truth. One should use their judgement before believing others. You can learn more about Baalgatha Podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or subscribe on WhatsApp by sending a message "Subscribe me' on +91-9850800464
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The Wise Monkey
In this story, the leader of the monkeys saves his clan by his presence of mind. This is a story with a moral that one needs to do their proper research before jumping for an opportunity. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/wise-monkey Baalgatha is a podcast of Children's Bedtime stories. #storieswithmorals #bedtimestories #podcast
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Shiva Aur Jeeva: Children's Story in Hindi
Shiva Aur Jeeva is a Children's Bedtime story with a moral. It involves Shiva and Jeeva, two farmers, who get into a dispute because of jealousy. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/jeeva Baalgatha brings to you children’s bedtime story in audio like Storynory , Sparkle Stories and other children’s bedtime storytelling podcasts. You can subscribe to this podcast by writing to us at contact@mykitaab.in. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp.
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Teen Padosi Panchatantra Story in Hindi
Teen Padosi is a story in Hindi that teaches a moral that if we behave badly with others, we will not have any friends. The story is as follows: A monkey, a jackal and a rabbit live together : the monkey on the tree, the rabbit in a treehole, and the jackal nearby. They do not get along, and one day, the jackal commits an act that leaves him homeless and without friends. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/padosi Baalgatha brings to you children’s bedtime story in audio like Storynory , Sparkle Stories and other children’s bedtime storytelling podcasts. You can subscribe to this podcast by writing to us at contact@mykitaab.in. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp.
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The Selfish Bats
The Selfish Bats is a story of how the bats became nocturnal animals. This story teaches a moral that a fair weather friend is rarely accepted. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/bats Baalgatha brings to you children’s bedtime story in audio like Storynory , Sparkle Stories and other children’s bedtime storytelling podcasts. You can subscribe to this podcast by writing to us at contact@mykitaab.in. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp.
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The Ass in a Lion's Skin
The ass in a Lions Skin is a Jataka Story the ass's master puts the lion's skin over his beast and turns it loose to feed in the grain fields during his travels. The village watchman is usually too terrified to do anything but finally one of them raises the villagers; when they chase the ass, it begins to bray and betrays its true identity. The moral of the story is is not to trust to appearances and that clothes do not make the man. Baalgatha brings to you children’s bedtime story in audio like Storynory , Sparkle Stories and other children’s bedtimestorytelling podcasts.
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Kauva Aur Saanp Panchatantra Story in Hindi
The cobra and the crows is a panchatantra story of two crows and a cobra. The cobra eats all the eggs of the crows and they are very unhappy about it. The crows feel they are very weak and cannot fight the cobra . The ask their friend the jackal how to get rid of the wicked cobra. Does the jackal suggest a way which will help them? Moral of the story is : The weak can overcome the mighty using cunning and sound advise. You can also listen to this story by visiting http://www.gaatha.co/kauva Baalgatha brings to you children’s bedtime story in audio like Storynory , Sparkle Stories and other children’s bedtime storytelling podcasts. You can subscribe to this podcast by writing to us at contact@mykitaab.in. Or, send us a message”Subscribe Baalgatha” on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 to receive stories via WhatsApp. Image Courtesy: Wikipedia Music by Bensound. Story Narrated by Sheerali Biju. You can listen to other awesome podcasts by Kamakshi Media, the creators of Baalgatha and MyKitaab Podcast by visiting www.kamakshimedia.in
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The Eagle and the Crow
This short story teaches us a moral that one should not try to imitate others! You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/crow
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Saat Poochon Wala Chooha (Panchatantra Story in Hindi)
Today's Baalgatha Story is a Hindi tale from Panchatantra- Saat Poochon Wala Chooha. The moral of this tale is that we should not try to change ourselves because of others. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/chooha You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! #Hindi #Panchatantra #bedtimestory #storieswithmorals
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Two Goats on a Bridge
Two goats across the bridge is a story with a moral . Two goats decide to cross the bridge but no one wants to give way to the other and end up fighting on the bridge. They both get drowned in the river. Other two goats on the other hand decide to cross the bridge but they realise that instead of fighting it is better to find a way to cross the bridge. One goat squats and the other crosses over the first goat and thus they are able to cross the bridge. Moral of the story is in times of crises , one should analyse the situation peacefully and tactfully and then act upon it. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/goats You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! #English #Panchatantra
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Shikari aur Kabootar a Panchatantra Story in Hindi
Shikari aur Kabootar is a Panchatantra story of pigeons and the hunter. The pigeons fall into the trap of the hunter when they are searching for food. They decide to face the situation bravely and fly along with the net. The moral of the story is unity is strength.
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Hare on the moon Panchatantra Story
Hare on the moon is a Jataka story of a hare, monkey, and otter and jackal. All the four decide to offer food to the beggars on an auspicious day i.e. day of upawasa. All the three animals gather food to be offered except the hare who gets some grass. He realises that the grass would not be enough and hence decides to sacrify himself as food. God hears this and takes a form of a beggar and asks him for food. As committed, the hare jumps into fire to sacrify himself but he is unhurt. The hare is surprised by this miracle. The God explains that he was testing his commitment and was impressed with him. The God took the hare along with him and put him on the moon. The moral of the story is good deeds always pays. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/moon You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy: openclipart.org and canva #English #Panchatantra
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Chuhiya Ki Shaadi Panchatantra Story in Hindi
Chuhiya ki Shaadi is a Panchatantra story of a female mouse and a rishi. The female mouse is transformed into a girl by the rishi. When she reaches marriageable age, rishi is in search of a perfect groom for her. She aspires to marry the mightestl groom and she realises that the mouse is the mightiest among all the men she meets and ends up marrying a mouse. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/chuhiya You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! #Hindi #Bedtimestories #Panchatantra
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Dharmabuddhi and Paapabuddhi Panchatantra story in English
Dharmabuddhi and Paapabuddhi is a Panchatantra story of two friends. One friend is a noble guy and the other is cunning.Both of them decide to go to foreign land and earn lot of money. On their return, they bury the treasure in the hollow of the tree. The cunning friend paapabuddhi steals the treasures keep in the hollow of the tree and blames dharmabuddhi. This matter goes to the court where dharmabuddhi proves his innocence. The moral of the story is one should not be in the company of evil persons as it may lead to our own harm. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/dharmabuddhi You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! #English #Panchatantra
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Chalak Bhed Panchatantra Story in Hindi
Chalak Bhed is a Panchatantra story of a lamb and a wolf. This story teaches us to beware of our enemy though they may sound harmless and deal with them tactfully. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/chalak-bhed You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image Courtesy:Wikimedia Commons.Music by Bendsounds Narrated by Sheerali Biju #Hindi #Bedtimestories #Panchatantra
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Hunting with the Lion(English)
Hunting with the lion is a Panchatantra story of a lion , a bear, a wolf and a jackal. All the 3 animals decide to join hands with the lion to do the hunting. All the four unite and hunt a buffalo.. They decide to divide the hunt in 4 equal parts but the lion objects and tell them as he had done the hunting and hence he should get three fourth of the share and they will have to fight with him to get the fourth part. This story teaches us if you have might then you are right. Hence it is advisable to deal with the might with wit. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/lions-share You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy:Wikipedia #English #Panchatantra#Bedtime stories
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Billi , Teetar aur Khargosh(Hindi)
Billi, Teetar aur Khargosh is a Panchatantra story about a cat, bird and a rabbit. It teaches the moral that we should not trust our enemies and in times of difficulties , one should not lose the presence of the mind. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/billi You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy openclipart.org #Hindi #Bedtimestories #Panchatantra
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Frog who rode a snake (English)
This is a Panchatantra story of a frog and a snake which teaches us to beware of getting deceived by others, including your friends. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/frog You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy: openclipart.org #English #Panchatantra
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Bandar, Sher Aur Brahman बंदर, शेर और ब्राह्मण (Hindi)
Bandar, Sher Aur Brahman is a Panchatantra story of a tiger, a monkey and a brahman. It teaches a moral that we should think about the consequences of our actions before acting. बंदर, शेर और ब्राह्मण पंचतंत्र की कहानी है जो हमें सिखाती है की हमें सोच समझ कर किसी की मदद करनी चाहिए। You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/brahman You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy openclipart.org #Hindi #Bedtimestories #Panchatantra
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Lion and the Hare (English)
This a Panchatantra story of a lion and the hare that teaches a moral that we can win against a powerful enemy also through wit. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/hare You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy:Twitter #English #Panchatantra
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Khargosh aur Mendhak(Hindi)
This a Panchatantra story of a rabbit and a frog that teaches a moral that we should not consider ourselves weak and give up in life. There are others who are weaker than us but they have the grit to fight against all odds. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/khargosh You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy openclipart.org #Hindi #Bedtimestories #Panchatantra
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The Elephant And The King of The Mice
This Baalgatha story, which is derived from a Panchatantra tale, has a moral that one should not underestimate anybody's abilities based on their size. In this tale, the elephants do a favor to the mice by taking a different route, thus protecting the mice. Little mice in turn help the elephants escape. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/elephant-mice #Baalgatha #panchatantra #story #bedtimestory #moral #jataka #storiesfromIndia
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Bagh Aur Bagla (Hindi)
Bagh Aur Bagla is a story from Panchatantra which features a tiger and a crane. A bone is stuck in the throat of a tiger, and a crane helps the tiger in removing it. When the crane asks the tiger for a reward, the tiger refuses. He goes on to tell the crane that it is the crane's good fortune that he did not eat the crane. The moral of the story is that one should stay far away from mean people. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/Bagla Image courtesy Wikipedia
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The Capseller and the Monkeys
This is a classic story that ends with a moral. A cap seller's caps are snatched away by the monkeys. The cap seller tries really hard to get the caps back, but the monkeys do not return the caps. In the end, the cap seller throws his cap on the grounds, and the monkeys happily copy his act. The moral of this story is that sometimes, a difficult problem may have a simple solution. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/capseller We would love to hear your feedback! You can write in the comments section below, or send us a message at contact@gaatha.co If you would like to be notified every time a new story has been released, you can add the number +91-9850800464 to your contacts. Then, send a message through WhatsApp or Hike Messenger which says “Add Baalgatha.” Image Courtesy Openclipart . Theme music by Bensounds. Story narrated by Sheerali Biju.
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Char Dost Aur Sher (Hindi)
This is a story from Panchatantra involving 4 friends and a lion. Three of the four friends try to use their knowledge in the wrong place and in the process bring a dead lion back to life. The lion kills the three friends. The fourth friend uses his common sense and climbs a tree and saves his life. You will find the more details about this story at www.gaatha.co/4-Dost We would love to hear your feedback! You can write in the comments section below, or send us a message at contact@gaatha.co If you would like to be notified every time a new story has been released, you can add the number +91-9850800464 to your contacts. Then, send a message through WhatsApp or Hike Messenger which says “Add Baalgatha.” Theme music by Bensounds. Story narrated by Sheerali Biju. #moral #panchatantra #hindi #story #bedtimestory
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The Donkey Without a Brain?
Today we bring you a classic story from Panchatantra in which a Donkey is fooled by a jackal and taken to the den of a lion. The cunning jackal takes advantage of the donkey's gullible nature and as a result, the lion kills the donkey. The jackal smartly eats the brain of the donkey, and ends up fooling the lion with his smartness. You can read more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/foolish-donkey #bedtimestory #panchatantra #India #moral
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Bagh Aur Kutta (Panchatantra story in Hindi)
Today we bring you a story from Panchatantra- Bach Aur Kutta (Hindi). A tiger and a dog become friends. The dog is well fed, while the tiger is hungry and very weak. The tiger asks the dog the secret behind his health. The tiger learns in the process that the dog is chained all day, and says that he values his freedom more, and would rather stay hungry. Image source: http://clipartsign.com
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Shandili And The Sesame Seeds
Shandili and The Sesame Seeds is a story from Panchatantra that teaches us an important message: One should not get carried away when someone makes an offer that is too good to be true. They should think clearly and asses the situation before accepting the offer. More details about this story can be found at www.gaatha.co/Sesame #panchatantra #jataka #story #bedtimestories #podcast #audio
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Laalchi gwala (Hindi) Or The story of Greedy Milkman
This is a story in Hindi- Lalchi Gwala, which means the Greedy Milkman. This is a simple story with a deep meaning- that one should not be greedy. You can read more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/gwala #jataka #panchatantra #hindi #stories #audio image couresy Prabhjot Singh, Behance.net
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The Story of 2 Parrots
We present a story from Jataka Tales- a story of 2 parrots who are brothers. The moral of the story is that patience is a virtue. The parrots live in a golden cage inside a King's palace. One of the parrots gets jealous when a Gibbon becomes center of attraction in the palace. But his brother asks him to remain patient. The notes for this story are available at www.gaatha.co/parrots You can listen to many such stories from Panchatantra, Jataka and other sources by visiting www.gaatha.co
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Neela Siyar (Hindi)
Neela Siyar is a classic tale from Panchatantra in which a Jackal, trying to escape the dogs that are chasing him, falls into a tub of blue paint. Upon his return to the forest, he proclaims himself as the King of the jungle, until his true identity is revealed one day. The moral of the story is that no matter how much we may pretend to be somebody we are not, one day our true identity will be revealed. You can learn more about this story at www.gaatha.co/Neela-Siyar #bedtimestory #hindi #Panchatantra #Jackal #childrenstories
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The Singing Donkey
Today we present the Story of The Singing Donkey. A washerman's donkey makes friends with a jackal and together the two of them steal cucumbers from a field. Ultimately, the donkey's insistence to sing lands him into trouble. You can listen to this story at www.gaatha.co/singing-donkey. If you would like to be notified every time a new story has been released, you can add the number +91-9850800464 to your contacts. Then, send a message through WhatsApp or Hike Messenger which says “Add Baalgatha.”
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The Camel And The Bell
This is the story of the Camel who has a bell tied around its neck- and how it results in doom for him. If you would like to be notified every time a new story has been released, you can add the number +91-9980955997 to your contacts. Then, send a message through WhatsApp or Hike Messeger which says "Add Baalgatha."
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Four Treasure Seekers Panchatantra Story
This is a story from Panchatantra involving four friends who leave their village in search of a better life. They find a Sage who shows them how they can find treasure. Three of the four friends find wealth, and jewels, but the fourth one has a different fate. The story teaches us not to be greedy and be happy with what we have received.
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Sher, Siyar Aur Gadha (Hindi)
This is a story from Panchatantra, featuring a Lion, a Fox and a Donkey. This story shows the wit and the smartness of the Fox, and the gullible nature of the Lion as well as the Donkey. You can visit www.gaatha.co to subscribe to our newsletter and receive updates every time a new story is posted. #story #panchatantra #bedtimestory #hindi #Podcast
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The Unlucky Weaver Panchatantra Story
This is the story of a weaver who earns money but the money gets taken away from him. He finally realizes that one should be happy with what one can enjoy,and more wealth does not mean more happiness. Did you find this story enjoyable? You can send your comments or feedback via email at contact@mykitaab.in or by whatsapp at +91-9850800464 . Thank you
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The Cobra and The Crows Panchatantra Story
The story of the Cobra and 2 crows is an example of how the weak can overcome the mighty using cunning and sound advise.
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Makkhi Ka Lalach Panchatantra Story in Hindi
In today's story, we learn how greed (Lalach) can have bad consequences. Using the example of flies (Makkhi) who do not give up their greed for honey, this story teaches a valuable lesson. Did you find this story enjoyable? You can send your comments or feedback via email at contact@mykitaab.in or by whatsapp at +91-9850800464 .
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The Wedding of The Mouse Panchatantra Story
The Wedding of The mouse is a Panchatantra story of a female mouse and a rishi. The female mouse is transformed into a girl by the rishi. When she reaches marriageable age, rishi is in search of a perfect groom for her. She aspires to marry the mightestl groom and she realises that the mouse is the mightiest among all the men she meets and ends up marrying a mouse. This is a fun filled story with a nice lesson for children and adults alike. This story narrated by Sheerali Biju. You can learn more about this story by visiting www.gaatha.co/mouse You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Thank you
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Badhai Aur Bandar Panchatantra Story in Hindi
This is the story of the monkey and the carpenter with the learning that one should not copy other people's acts without learning the necessary skills. You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks!
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Lambikin- The Classic Tale of A Lamb
In this episode, Sheerali narrates the story of Lambikin, This is a classic tale translated in English and published by Sir Richard Burton. WE would love to hear your feedback! You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaatha.co or writing us an email at contact@mykitaab.in. You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks!
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Murkh Kachua Panchatantra Story in Hindi
This is the story of the tortoise and the two birds- with a moral that one should not open their mouth at the wrong places! You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting www.gaathastory.com or writing us an email at contact@gaathastory.com. You can also send us a message by sending a message on [WhatsApp on +91-9850800464](https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=919850800464&text=Subscribe%20me%20to%20Baalgatha%20Podcast) with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha".
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The Lion, The Camel, The Jackal and The Crow
This is a short tale from Panchatantra in English, involving the lion, the camel, the jackal and the crow. The story ends with a useful learning for children that we should always be on guard when you are in the company of wicked people, and should  not be taken in by their sweet words.. You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting [www.gaathastory.com](https://gaathastory.com) or writing us an email at [contact@gaathastory.com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast). You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp on +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks! Image courtesy http://www.chandiramani.com/
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Chatur Khargosh Aur Haathi Panchatantra Story in Hindi
This is a Panchatantra story about a Khargosh (Hare) and Haathi (elephant). How does the elephant get outwitted by a hare? Listen to this story to learn more. You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting [www.gaathastory.com](https://gaathastory.com) or writing us an email at [contact@gaathastory.com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com?Subject=Baalgatha-Podcast). You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp on +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks!
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Chimpu and the Crocodile Panchatantra Story
Chimpu and the Crocodile is a Panchatantra story of a monkey and the crocodile. The crocodile wants to catch Chimpu the monkey because his wife wants to eat his heart. But will he be successful? Or will Chimpu escape? Listen to this story to learn more. Moral of the story is : Beware of fair weather friends.   You can subscribe to this podcast by visiting [www.gaathastory.com/chimpu](https://gaathastory.com/chimpu) or writing us an email at [contact@gaathastory.com](mailto:contact@gaathastory.com). You can also send us a message by sending a message on WhatsApp or Hike Messenger at +91-9850800464 with the words "Subscribe Baalgatha". Thanks!
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