The Ant & The Grasshopper | Panchatantra Tales | English Animated Stories For Kids

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The Copycat Barber | Panchatantra Tales | English Animated Stories For Kids

Panchatantra, is perhaps the oldest collection of Indian Fables still surviving. It is written around 200BC by the great Hindu Scholar Pandit Vishnu Sharma. Panchatantra means "the five books". It is a "Nitishastra" which means book of wise conduct in life. The book is written in the form of simple stories and each story has a moral and philosophical theme which has stood the test of time in modern age of atomic fear and madness. It guides us to attain success in life by understanding human nature. Panchatantra is commonly available in an abridged form written for children. Check out Story of "The Copycat Barber" from Panchatantra Series.

The Grasshopper And The Ant

Through Ant and Grasshopper story, importance of hard work and saving is explained

THE WOODCUTTER'S AXE Story From Tales of Panchatantra ( English )

Once there lived a poor woodcutter. He used to cut trees in the woods. One day he was cutting wood on the bank of a river. His axe fell down into the river. The river was deep. He could not take his axe out. He sat on the bank and began to weep. Mercury, the god of water appeared. He asked the reason of his weeping. The woodcutter told the whole story. Mercury dived into the water and brought a golden axe. The woodcutter refused to take it. Mercury again dived and brought a silver axe. The woodcutter did not take it either. Then he brought an iron axe. The woodcutter took it gladly. Mercury was much pleased. He rewarded the woodcutter with the other two axes.

Old MacDonald Had A Farm - 3D Animation English Nursery Rhymes & Songs for children

Old MacDonald Had A Farm - 3D Animation English Nursery rhymes & Songs for children with lyrics "Old MacDonald Had A Farm Nursery Rhyme" Lyrics: Old MacDonald had a farm, E I E I O, And on his farm he had some chicks, E I E I O. With a chick chick here and a chick chick there, Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick chick. Old MacDonald had a farm, E I E I O. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O, And on his farm he had some ducks E I E I O. With a quack quack here And a quack quack there Here a quack, there a quack Everywhere a quack quack. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O, And on his farm he had some Cats, E I E I O. With a meow meow here And a meow meow there Here a meow, there a meow Everywhere a meow meow. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O, And on his farm he had some cows, E I E I O. With a moo moo here And a moo moo there Here a moo, there a moo Everywhere a moo moo. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O, And on his farm he had Some pigs, E I E I O. With a oink oink here And a oink oink there Here a oink, there a oink Everywhere a oink oink. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O, And on his farm he had some horses, E I E I O. With a neigh neigh here And a neigh neigh there Here a neigh, there a neigh Everywhere a neigh neigh. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O, And on his farm he had some sheeps, E I E I O. With a baa baa here And a baa baa there Here a baa, there a baa Everywhere a baa baa. Old MacDonald had a farm E I E I O..

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Panchatantra, is perhaps the oldest collection of Indian Fables still
surviving. It is written around 200BC by the great Hindu Scholar Pandit
Vishnu Sharma. Panchatantra means "the five books". It is a
"Nitishastra" which means book of wise conduct in life. The book is
written in the form of simple stories and each story has a moral and
philosophical theme which has stood the test of time in modern age of
atomic fear and madness. It guides us to attain success in life by
understanding human nature. Panchatantra is commonly available in an
abridged form written for children.

Check out Story of "The Ant & The Grasshopper" from Panchatantra Series.

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