ISBN 9788184822120,Tales From the Panchatantra (3 in 1)

Tales From the Panchatantra (3 in 1)


Anant Pai


Amar Chitra Katha



Amar Chitra Katha

Publication Year 1994

ISBN 9788184822120

ISBN-10 818482212X


Number of Pages 96 Pages
Language (English)

Comics & Graphic novels

Anant Pai's Tales from the Panchatantra is a collection of three books that contain the most widely read Panchatantra stories. They were animal fables and were composed mostly as verses and rhymes for children. Summary of the book Panchatantra means Five Principles or Techniques. It is a delightful collection of stories, originally composed in Sanskrit. They are compiled as a collection of three books under the name Tales from the Panchatantra. The story is usually narrated by one character to another. Although these tales are simple in nature, they carry thoughtful, philosophical and moral messages in them. The soulful stories could help in inflicting better ways of thinking in readers, both adults and children. Panchatantra stories have been translated into many different languages and this book is in Hindi. The stories are known to encourage in the readers a wise way of conduct. This collection, compiled by Anant Pai, is published as a part of the most famous series for children in India called Amar Chitra Katha. About Anant Pai Anant Pai was the precursor in Indian comics for children. He is fondly known as Uncle Pai. His most famous creations are Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle. Amar Chitra Katha was a series of Indian folk traditional tales, biographies of historical and mythological characters. Tinkle is a monthly magazine, which has been an integral part of childhood for many in India.