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Believed to have been written by Vishnu Sharma in 2000 BC, Panchatantra is an anthology of Indian folktales. Panchatantra has been a favourite and a preferred choice for several generations of readers. While the inclusion of anthropomorphised animals arouses curiosity among children, it has also proved to be an effective tool in helping them understand complex topics.
This set has been designed to pass on this treasure trove to the younger generation of readers. Included here are some of the most-loved, oft-heard stories from the anthology. Suited for children above the age of 3, each story presents a dilemma from the common man’s life that will teach a moral to help lead a better life. Panchatantra aims to instil values among children so they will grow up to lead a responsible and harmonious life.
The simple narratives and colourful graphics included in these stories will add delight as children peruse the stories and enhance their reading experience. Some of the themes in this set of tales are minding one’s business, deception, building castles in the air, loyalty and friendship.
- Panchatantra is an anthology of ancient Indian folktales.
- Characters include human and anthropomorphised animals.
- They are suited for children above the age of 3.
- Each tale presents a dilemma and teaches a moral.
- Simple narratives and colourful graphics will enhance the reading experience.
Publisher : Maple Press Pvt Ltd (1 March 2022); Maple Press, Noida
Language : English
Paperback : 160 pages
ISBN-10 : 9391924638
ISBN-13 : 978-9391924638
Item Weight : 390 g
Dimensions : 20.3 x 25.4 x 4.7 cm
Country of Origin : India
Packer : Maple Press, Noida