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Traditional Folk Tales | Box Set | Set of 2 books | Folk tales for children | Jataka Tales | Panchatantra Tales | Traditional Tales | Folk stories Parragon

Traditional Folk Tales | Box Set | Set of 2 books | Folk tales for children | Jataka Tales | Panchatantra Tales | Traditional Tales | Folk stories Parragon

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"Dive into the fascinating world of Indian folk tales and discover interesting stories with moral values! Packed with arresting illustrations, Traditional Folk Tales is a series of two books that narrate renowned and famous stories from the repository of the Jataka Tales and the Panchatantra. Jataka Collection demonstrates Buddha’s lives, as a Bodhisattva. Each story serves to remind readers about vices and virtues. Panchatantra Collection has a persuasive message of wise conduct. The stories help understand the fine line between right and wrong. Enjoy this collection of timeless tales and explore our rich cultural heritage.
Specifications
Brand - Parragon
Type - Story Book
Age - 8-12 Years
Language - English
No. of Pages - 144 Each Book Pages (144 x 2 = 288)
Binding - Box Set
Author - Parragon Publishing
Name of Publisher - Parragon Publishing
Key Highlights
Introduce kids to mythological stories
Set of 4 books
Titles in the series:
Jataka Collection- Known as one of the ‘Dashavataras’ of Lord Vishnu and regarded as one of the beloved deities in the world, Jataka Collection is an amalgamation of stories of Gautam Buddha’s incarnations, which were present on Earth in both human and animal forms. From imparting values of self-sacrifice and morality to narrating the importance of honesty to humanity, read through the pages to learn about these timeless fables in detail.
Panchatantra Collection- Written and narrated to inculcate values in the young minds, Panchatantra Collection is curated with moral stories and fables, divided in five themes or tantras – hence the name. From the Crane and the Crab to the Hunter and the Dove, read through the pages to learn about these upstanding stories in detail."
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