Amar Chitra Katha – Stories From The Panchatantra
Stories From The Panchatantra: 5 In 1 (Amar Chitra Katha) is a collection of Indian fables from Indian folklore. Animals are portrayed with human characteristics and they talk and have emotions. Each story has a moral and has beautiful pictures describing the stories. Each story talks about doing a good deed and how negative acts are met with punishment.
The Jackal and The Drum is a story about a jackal who hears is scared of a sound but eventually decides to investigate the origin of the sound. of Crows and Owls is a story about the birds deciding on who their king will be and they decide on the owl. But a crow steps in to give his counsel, resulting in the end of the relationship between the crows and the owls. How the Jackal Ate the Elephant is a story of how the jackal plotted a way of defeating the king by telling him that he had done the impossible task of devouring an elephant. The Dullard and Other Stories is the story of a failure of a man, a man who has good common sense and how he uses it to succeed in life. Stories From The Panchatantra: 5 In 1 (Amar Chitra Katha) was published by Amar Chitra Katha Private Limited in 1998 and is available in hardcover.