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The Dreaming Priest

This is a great Panchatantra story for children. Long time ago, there lived a priest who was extremely lazy. Because of his laziness, he could barely earn anything. He was poor, too. Now, this priest didn’t want to work hard. He was always dreaming of

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Little Lion Learns To Roar

This is one of the best Panchatantra stories in English with moral for children. Deep in the jungle lived a Lion King with his family, his wife and his cute little son. Daddy lion was very fond of his son. He hoped that one day,

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Selfish Tree And The Honey Bees

This is one of the amazing Panchatantra short stories for kids. Once upon a time in a jungle, there was a Mango tree and a Peepal tree. The Mango tree was warm-hearted like its fruits while Peepal tree was unsympathetic in nature. One day, the

Mice That Ate Iron

This is one of the best panchatantra stories for kids. Once upon a time, there was a wealthy merchant named Naduk. Naduk however, suffered a heavy loss in his business and lost a lot of money. He decided to move to another town and try

Crane And Crab

This is one of the best panchatantra stories for kids. Once upon a time, in a lake lived an old crane. He was so old that it was becoming almost impossible for him to hunt for food. One day, he was standing on a rock crying

The Singing Donkey

This is one of the best panchatantra short stories for kids. Once in a village, there lived a washer man. He had a donkey that helped him carry his loads from house to house. The washer man was not kind to his animal and often

The Blue Jackal

This is one of the best panchtantra stories for kids. Once upon a time, a jackal was roaming around in search of food. It was an unlucky day for him. He could not get a single bite to eat. Tired and hungry, he walked until he reached

The Crow And The Snake

This is one of the best panchatantra short stories for kids. Once upon a time, there lived a family of crows in an old banyan tree at the edge of a forest. They had lived there for ages and they were happy. However, their happiness