The Panchatantra Retold Part Kakolukiyam Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B RPPT GI What do you do as a father and a King if your three heirs are indolent and ignorant and as a result the very future of your k

  • Title: The Panchatantra Retold: Part 3 - Kakolukiyam
  • Author: Sonal Panse
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  • Page: 242
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00RPPT0GI.What do you do as a father and a King if your three heirs are indolent and ignorant, and, as a result, the very future of your kingdom is at stake You turn the three brats over to the intellectual powerhouse Pandit Vishnu Sharma The Panchatantra Retold is a collection of entertaining and enlighteninLibrarian s Note this is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00RPPT0GI.What do you do as a father and a King if your three heirs are indolent and ignorant, and, as a result, the very future of your kingdom is at stake You turn the three brats over to the intellectual powerhouse Pandit Vishnu Sharma The Panchatantra Retold is a collection of entertaining and enlightening folk tales from Ancient India, originally narrated by Pandit Vishnu Sharma to the three Princes of Mahilaropya to infuse them with the much needed worldly wisdom that traditional learning had failed to impart.So the Panchatantra can actually be described as an Ancient self help book on how to navigate successfully through the various vicissitudes of life It is important to mention though that these stories are not didactic and moralistic in any sentimental, black and white way The good do not always win here This led the German scholar Dr Johannes Hertel to describe the stories as Machiavellian in tone It is a possibility that Machiavelli himself was familiar with the stories from the Panchatantra and that they were something of an influence for his own work The Prince.The stories offer a vivid picture of life in Ancient India, and it is interesting to discover that, for all the progress made over the many centuries since the Panchatantra was written, the essential qualities of human psychology have not altered to that great an extent.The stories are divided into five sections Mitra Bheda Loss of Friends , Mitra Samprapti The Gaining of Friends , Kakolukiyam The Fierce Enmity between the Crows and the Owls , Labdhapranasam Loss of Gains , and Apariksitakarakam Ill considered Action.This is the third section, Kakolukiyam The Fierce Enmity between the Crows and the Owls The main story is about how the crows plan to defend themselves against the marauding attacks of the owls, and the rest of the stories show how they put this plan into action This is perhaps the most politically tinged section of the Panchatantra, and is said to be greatly influenced by Acharya Chanakya s Arthashastra.There are 18 stories in this volume.

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      Link series 1921My website link maysuninc books ya fictionSign up for the newsletter here and let s get connected maysuninc newsletter When I was seven, I decided I wanted to be an artist and a writer I thought it would be an excellent way of finding out about the world It has since been a fine journey in staying balanced, making connections, and continually learning something new I m very happy to have such a creatively rewarding and fulfilling occupation.I write children s books, YA books, NA books, graphic novels, and romance books, and I have a Sunday comic strip The Smartist if you haven t seen it yet, you should I m deeply interested in art, books, music, musical instruments, gardening, dog training, travel, languages, history, science, kind and humorous people, mindfulness, and lots and lots and lots of other things.I have a Bachelor s Degree in History, a Master s Degree in English Literature, and a Diploma in Fine Art.Sign up for my newsletter maysuninc newsletterYou can find me here Personal website sonalpanseMaysun In C Book Page maysuninc books Author Page Sonal Panse e B



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    1. King Amar Shakti, a king living in Mahilarapya of ancient India, is not happy. His sons Bahu, Ugra and Anant show every sign of ignorance, counterintelligence and incapability that cannot be expected of royal blood and heirs to a powerful throne. Their father seeks advice on how to change them and Pandit Vishnu Sharma, a teacher of practical wisdom, is engaged to teach them.We learn along with Amar’s sons through the ancient folk tales of India that start off from a main story and grow into st [...]

    2. Very well told parable stories - with life lessons aplenty. I enjoyed the chance of exploring the folk tales of ancient India - of a country and a culture as wise as it is full of good humor and devoid of judgment. The bottom line is - life is life it is a bit of a cruel thing but don't let it stop you in enjoying it. Recommended!

    3. A well written and engaging collection of interwoven folk stories from IndiaI found this short book delightful and well prepared.The book – nicely illustrated by the author – is a retelling of some of ancient India’s oral folklore. As the author explains: “In the Sanskrit language…the Panchatantra is a collection of witty and entertaining folk-tales from Ancient India, involving both humans and anthropomorphic animals that are meant to represent certain types of humans.” She explains [...]

    4. The Panchatantra- Part 3 is full of fables and parables from ancient India that call to mind the age-old classics of Aesop. The stories are full of life lessons, but not without adventure, action, and humor. King Amar Shakti of ancient India has become far too disappointed and frustrated with his three sons to handle their indolence on his own any longer. So he hands them over to Pandit Vishnu Sharma, an “intellectual powerhouse” who contains wisdom of the ages, to teach his sons the lessons [...]

    5. This is a rare and fascinating collection of interweaving folk tales from ancient India. While they remind me of Aesop‘s fables, they are more complicated, with less obvious meanings, and interconnected in a intricate yet logical manner. This set of stories is written for adults. The legend goes that a king asked a wise man to change his useless three sons into practical, competent young man. The wise man promised that in six months the boys would be transformed by his wisdom stories. I have [...]

    6. This is the second book I've read by Sonal Panse, and, no question, she writes a great folktale. The Panchatantra Retold, Part 3 is a collection of tales within tales within tales. Some are very brief, some span the entire book, but each incorporates some sort of lesson. They're very creative, and I can see how the source for these stories could have inspired some of the work by Aesop as is stated in the Preface.The only thing I didn't like about the book was that it was hard to be too invested [...]

    7. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.As a person who grew up in the Western world, I’m well aware of the folk tales from Europe and the USA. So it was with delight that I read tales from an entirely different culture. Like the best fairy tales, the good don’t always win, and animals can be as crafty as humans. The tales have twists which you don’t always see coming. The line drawings were also enchanting, even on a Kindle. Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys folk tales and particularly from [...]

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