Pancatantra (Album Cerita Ternama)

Pancatantra Album Cerita Ternama Panchatantra is perhaps the oldest collection of Indian Fables still surviving It is written around BC by the great Hindu Scholar Pandit Vishnu Sharma Panchatantra means the five books It is a Nit

  • Title: Pancatantra (Album Cerita Ternama)
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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 stoodPanchatantra, 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 Here is the complete translation of the book as written by Vishnu Sharma.

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    1. We learned a lot about ethics and values ​​through these tales when we were kids ! :) It's really nice,And I was like it !

    2. Panchatantra story of a monkey and a crocodile.Stories in stones, Tripurantakesvara Temple It all started with Sreyas and me discussing tales and creatures in them. I presented him some of Lithuanian tale and myth heritage and he offered me to have a taste of his country’s folklore. “The tales of Panchatantra”. Nāndi, my friend 😉He cautioned me in advance that there are no dragons there. “The Tales of Panchatantra” contains five books (“pancha” means “five” and “tantra” [...]

    3. মহিলারোপ্যে রাজ্যের তিন মূর্খ রাজপুত্রকে শিক্ষার ভার নেন বিষ্ণুশর্মা। তিনি মিত্রভেদ,মিত্রপ্রাপ্তি, ককোলূকীয়, লব্ধপ্রণাশ ও অপরীক্ষিতকারক - এই পাঁচটি তন্ত্র শিক্ষা দিয়ে তাদের শিক্ষিত করে [...]

    4. These animal fables within the five books (pancha tantra) of a frame story collectively constitute nitishastra or scriptures on the wise conduct of life, not for the ascetic but for the person in the world. Apart from being the recognizable source for versions of fables later recounted by Aesop and others, the narratives are entertaining for their humor and social calculus. One of my favorite sections is the fourth book, Crows and Owls. After a parliament of the birds has decided to make owl the [...]

    5. I really wanted to read this book because it is a very early record of the art of the fable, using animals for moral and/or philosophical teaching purposes. I think that having grown up learning and reciting one Lafontaine fable after another, year after year, has made me sensitive to the genre. So after Lafontaine and Aesop, the natural progression is the Panchatantra, I thought. It may well be so, and I am glad I read those fables for that very reason. However, I did not derive much enjoyment [...]

    6. Aesop on steroids. Instead of the moral at the end of a fable, the characters recite morals throughout a fable, which may be within a fable, which is inside another fable, only then to reach a conclusion and a new moral. It reminds me of the movie "Inception" only not nearly as entertaining. There's only so much a black snake, lion, fish, turtle, crow or one of a myriad of animals can teach us without ennui settling in.

    7. The title and description are slightly misleading if you expect everyday folk wisdom. Without spoiling anything, the work consists of five ''books'' that are narrations by a wise man (Visnusárman), trying to educate three young stupid princes in the art of governance and general social conduct. The stories are riddled with their own sub-stories and fables, making it a very diverse read.Basically, at any given point, you could be reading a story about a Brahmin and his Mongoose, which a snake is [...]

    8. This book is perhaps the greatest self-help / practical wisdom book that I've ever come across. Before I get to the book, I must express my sincere homage to the translator. Hats off to Arthur W Ryder for producing this masterful English translation of the ancient Indian text. He has been as true to the original Sanskrit version, as is humanly possible. Especially commendable is the great care he took to translate the Sanskrit verses (in addition to the prose) to English counterparts (quite poet [...]

    9. ভালো লাগলো বেশ! অনেকদিন পর নীতিকথার কোন বই পড়লাম। পাঁচটি তন্ত্র বা নীতি নিয়ে পঞ্চতন্ত্র। এ পাঁচটি তন্ত্র হল, (১) মিত্রভেদ (বন্ধু-বিচ্ছেদ), (২) মিত্রলাভ (বন্ধু লাভ), (৩) কাকোলূকীয় (চিরশত্রুতা), (৪) [...]

    10. Indian stories whose authorship is generally attributed to Visnu Sarma in Sanscrit. Originally part of the Indian oral tradition these stories where compiled by Sarma as a means to educate a King's dolt sons in the art of good government. Generally believed to be the original source of Aesop's Fables the stories use animals as the main characters to make a point on how to govern. These stories can be suitable for children as well as adults, and even though violent ends come to some of the charac [...]

    11. These stories were not new to indians.One way or other, everyone must have listened to these stories at some point of time. Naturally, they are/were best moral stories i have ever read/heard. <3


    13. In the preamble, the genesis of the book and its lasting influence is described. “With the aid of these tales, he instructed the princes. They too, learning through these stories, became in six months what Visnu Sarna had promised they would. Since then, this work on practical wisdom has become celebrated as an excellent means of awakening and training young minds.” (5) It is in this spirit that this great book of Sanskrit fables proceeds. Designed to train young minds, they are as a collect [...]

    14. iandbooks.wordpress/All of us have read or heard tales of “Panchatantra” at some point of time or other in our life. These are classic animal fables attributed to have written by “Vishnu Sharma” more than two thousand years ago in Sanskrit. The origin of stories must have been still older and probably they were passed on from generations to generations through the art of story telling. I wanted to get hold of complete book and read it in Hindi and luckily found the book in recent book fe [...]

    15. Итак, сразу скажу - эту книгу я слушала в аудио-версии в исполнении Жанны Жиглинской. Тексты прочитаны на основе "Лихушина Н.П. Легкий санскрит - басни Панчатантры".Панчатантра - это сборник индийских басен, которых миновала "более поздняя обработка". Поэтому они сохранили ве [...]

    16. This was a long read. Amusing, educational, and entertaining too.The premise is simple: a King at wit's end about how to awaken the intelligence of his sons engages the services of Visnu Sarma, who proceed to educate the princes via tales, not unlike Aesop's fables. What I enjoyed was how the stories were structured. Each of the five (panca) have a large frame within which many many MANY smaller tales appear. You'll have two characters in a situation, one wants to do something, the other either [...]

    17. It has been a while since I've read this, but only now am I taking the time to review it. Panchatantra, credited to Vishnu Sharma, is a very comprehensive book on correct Indian practices during the 3rd century BCE through mostly fables. One of the best parts of this book is the sort of matryoshka-ish storytelling that delves deeper into itself while explaining those practices and really immerses the reader into an interesting experience of learning. Besides that, another interesting aspect of i [...]

    18. I read and re-read and re-read this book while growing up. Had already known quite a few of the tales from the text-books, newspaper/magazines and listening as bed-time stories. They had tremendous impact on that kid in me and there it began my love for 'short stories'.I was reading this book again 2-3 years back (the grown-up me), and realized I wasnt as thrilled as used to be it can be partly attributed to these were 'know by heart' tales and partially that I had grown up. therefore could reso [...]

    19. really interesting and amazing stories linked to each other witch makes this book more interesting to readd the best part is that every story in the book teaches a lesson for life to you in a nice way.ously written for reader to feel that each story is written for his age group but the genious part is that the book is written irrespective of any age group credible recommended to every age group.:D

    20. A king, worried that his three sons are not wise enough for this world of wile and guile, asks a learned man named Vishnu Sharman to teach them the ways of the world. Since his students were truly dim, Vishnu Sharman decides to pass on wisdom to them in the form of stories.The Panchatantra tales have regaled children and adults alike with a moral at the end of every story for over two millennia. The stories have been translated into nearly every language in the world that has a script.

    21. Stories I read: The Foolish Friend.Dharmabuddhi and Pâpabuddhi.The Bullock's Balls.The Gold-Giving Snake.The Dog That Went Abroad.The Brahman's Wife and the Mongoose.The Fish That Were Too Clever.The Two-Headed Weaver.The Broken Pot.The Enchanted Brahman's Son.

    22. So pessimistic! These fables and proverbs annoyed me. The animal fables were mainly about betrayal and murder, and were written for those who would be rulers instead of those who want general guidance in life though "Don't crush your testicles" would be a good moral for one story. For the rest of the stories: "You should kill and eat your friend before they kill and eat you."There are too many proverbs like this:Sacrifice a man to save the family;Sacrifice a family to save the village,Sacrifice [...]

    23. Една от най-мъдрите, приказни, пълни с хумор, поезия и тъга, които могат да се прочетат както от деца, така и ит големи. Понякога времето е милостиво и позволява част от съкровищата на човешкия ум и сърце да стигнат и до нас. И да прочетем в много по-близка за нас форма това, кое [...]

    24. I used to enjoy these stories when I was young as comics This version may be the complete book as written by the sage, but I am way past the age of crocodiles, cross and donkeys! Maybe fun for 10 year olds

    25. The Panchatantra, 'Five Principles', is a collection of originally Indian animal fables in verse and prose. The original Sanskrit work, which some scholars believe was composed in the 3rd century BCE, is attributed to Vishnu Sharma. However, it is based on older oral traditions, including "animal fables that are as old as we are able to imagine". It is "certainly the most frequently translated literary product of India".Apart from a short introduction — in which the author, Vishnu Sarma, is in [...]

    26. Rating: 2.75Just a quick mention: this is said to be the greatest collection of indian fables and wisdom collected in five books and printed in this one (hence the title - Pancha (five) tantra (Books) ), written 200 BC by what's-his-name.I have never read a book like this before and maybe I wont find such a unique one soon. For that I'm sure. Did I enjoy it? Some of it - yeah. I found it humorous. Books 3 & 5 have to be my favourite from a plot perspective.I have serious issues with the firs [...]

    27. I'd read Aesop's fables as a kid and really liked them - I remember one in particular about a young man who was traveling, and he came to a town and stayed for a bit. Over time he became aware that the town had a huge problem - their bowls were getting to be too small to hold any food! He looked, and realized their bowls had food caked on them, and it was that caked-on food which was making the eating part smaller. He showed them how to remove the food from the inside of the bowl, and the proble [...]

    28. Dalla più antica e famosa raccolta di favole indiana mi aspettavo molte cose, tranne forse ciò che poi si è rivelata. Forse la morale utilitaristica non mi si confà, ma non leggerei mai ad un bambino un libro che rappresenta un inno alla furbizia, all'astuzia, al fine che giustifica ogni mezzo. Nelle 70 favole del Panchatantra lo scopo è ottenere ciò che si vuole, ciò che è vantaggioso per se stessi, no matter what. E non nascondo che mi infastidisce anche l'uso degli animali come allego [...]

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