Its Story Time

Reading stories to your kids not only inculcates the habit of reading in them but also make them emotionally and psychologically stronger. Reading stories help them learn socially responsible tools for life. Reading or telling stories to children stimulates their imagination and expands their understanding of the world.

India is a country with a rich culture and heritage. Valuable human values and other aspects of life have been depicted and told beautifully via stories. There are many such treasures available in the form of Panchatantra, Jataka Tales, Tales of Akbar & Birbal, Tales of Tenali Raman and more.

This section is dedicated to such lovely and fun stories that not only entertain your kids but also build the foundation of their character and moral values. All the stories are very old and have been Every story is a piece of masterpiece which will help your child to learn an important lesson of life – the fun way.

Panchatantra :

The stories of ‘Panchatantra’ were written thousands of years ago by Pandit Vishnu Sharma. The stories have a lot to offer by way of insight into human behaviour that are narrated by animals so that children can develop the power of judgement for good thoughts and better understanding. Read more….

Jataka Tales :

Jataka tales are the stories of the previous births of Lord Buddha. These stories tell the tales of his previous births in both human and animal form. It is believed that Lord Buddha attained the bodhisattva in that birth after living these high forms of lives. The future Buddha in these stories may appear a king, an outcast, a god, an elephant—but one thing that is common for all is that the character exhibits some virtue that the tale thereby inculcates. Read more

Tales of Akbar & Birbal :

Stories of Akbar & Birbal are very famous and popular among all ages of people. They are not only entertaining and witty; but also allow us to learn how to get an advantage in a seemingly impossible situation. Read more……

Tales of Tenali Raman :

Tenali Raman was the court jester of king Krishnadevaraya of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 16th century. He was full of wisdom and had good sense of humour. Even today his stories are very popular among people of all ages. Read more