This is a story about Bodhisatva, and teached the value of valour as well as commitment. Bodhisatta (Bodhisatva) in the form of a horse teaches us how. To listen to more such amazing stories, visit [www.baalgatha.com](www.baalgatha.com)
This is a story contributed by Pooja Mohan, and narrated by Sheerali Biju. Listen to this story to learn what happens when three letters of the alphabet - V,W and X get into a fight. You can listen to more such stories by visiting [www.baalgatha.com](http://www.baalgatha.com). Every week, we bring you stories from India (panchatantra, Jataka, Hitopadesha), and around the world.
This is a story from Panchatantra which teaches us that it is not wise to open our mouth when it is not necessary. This story is as follows: In a pond lives a tortoise who has two cranes for friends. Once, the lake begins to dry up because of a famine. The cranes decide to fly away to a different pond. The tortoise asks the cranes to take her with them. Listen to this story to learn what happens next. You can learn more about this story at http://www.gaatha.co/tortoise-cranes-2
This is a classic story from Panchatantra, in which a dog by the name of Chitranga travels to a far away country in search of food. he is forced to live his village because it suffers from a drought. Upon going to the foreign country, he finds good food but is also attacked by other dogs. In the end, he realizes that it is better to live in one's own country.
We bring to you a folk tale from Nigeria, about a Hippopotamus and a Tortoise. Listen to this story to learn how the wily tortoise is able to outsmart the hippo. Image courtesy: http://wordinfo.info/words/images/4-hippo-tortoise-eating.gif
In this story, a group of hares decides to end their lives because they always life in fear of predators. When they go near a pond a jump into the waters and end their lives, they come across a group of frogs who are frightened by the chaos created by the hares. You can learn more about this story from aesop's fables by visiting www.gaatha.co/hares-frogs
14th April marks the birth anniversary of the man behind India's constitution and a leader who worked towards the upliftment of Dalits: Babasaheb Amnedkar. Listen to this story to learn why he is so well respected and we celebrate his birthday as Ambedkar Jayanti.
On occasion of Hanuman Jayanti, a festival to mark birth of Lord Hanuman, the monkey god; we are pleased to publish a story about his birth. Listen to this story to learn about his parents and how he came to be born. Finally, learn how he came to be known as Hanuman. You can learn more about Hanuman and Hanuman Jayanti by visiting http://www.gaatha.co/hanuman
On occasion of Mahavir Jayanti, the most important festival of the Jains, we are pleased to release a story about an incident involving the life of Lord Mahavir. This story also teaches us a moral- that we should not make hasty decisions. To learn more about this story and Lord Mahavir, visit http://www.gaatha.co/mahavir
This is a story from Jataka Tales, which tells us how a hare came to live on the moon. A Hare and his three friends decide to offer a sacrifice on the day of a festival. How the Hare makes a sacrifice is what this story is all about. यह जातक की कहानियों की एक कहानी है, जो हमें बताती है कि चंद्रमा पर एक खरगोश कैसे जीता है। एक हरे और उनके तीन दोस्त एक त्योहार के दिन एक बलिदान देने का फैसला करते हैं। कैसे ख़रगोश बलिदान करता है यह जांने इस कहानी को सुनकर
Wishing all listeners a Happy Gudi Padwa/ Ugadi/ Cheti Chand! It is interesting how the same day is celebrated under different names in various parts of India. This festival also marks the beginning of the new Year, so wishing all of you a Very Happy new Year! In this episode, we tell you haw this festival is celebrated across different parts of India, namely, in the sates of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Kashmir, Manipur, and also by the Sindhi community. We also narrate the...
We are super excited to announce that our new podcast Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India, is almost ready for release! If you would like to be notified when the Myths, Legends and Fairytales of India podcast goes live, visit http://www.gaatha.co/mlftpodcast and sign up with your name, email address or phone number. Today, we are including a sample from this podcast, that is, a snippet from the story The Son of Seven Queens. Hope you will like it!