The Great Indian Stories

Stories play a vital role in our life. Stories help us to understand our mistakes from past and makes us fascinated about the future. And Indian stories are serving the purpose throughout our life.

What’s so special about Indian Stories?

India is one of the oldest civilization with rich in culture. And more it gets older more its has experience to share. It has a huge collection of stories that not only entertain but also help developing problem solving thought process.

Popular stories to read

1. Stories of Birbal

Birbal

Birbal, or Raja Birbal, was a Hindu advisor and main commander of army in the court of the Mughal emperor, Akbar. He is mostly known in the Indian subcontinent for the folk tales which focus on his wit. He has not only saved Akbar but also to citizens many times with his wisdom and excellent presence of mind. Click here to get Tales Of Birbal.

2. Gopal Bhar

Gopal Bhar or Gopal Bhand was a court jester in medieval Bengal. He was in the court of Raja Krishnachandra, the then-king of Nadia in the 18th century. Gopal used to give joy to others by laughter and ridicule. The king considered Gopal as a Navaratna of his court. He has the title of Hasir Raja(King of Joy) and Buddhir Raja(King of Wisdom). To know more about his stories get paperback as well as kindle version Gopal Bhar.

3. Tenali Raman

tenali_raman

Tenāli Rāmakr̥ṣṇuḍu was an Indian poet, scholar, thinker and a special advisor in the court of Sri Krishnadevaraya who ruled from C.E. 1509 to 1529. He was a Telugu and Kannada poet who hailed from what is now the Andhra Pradesh region, generally known for the folk tales which focus on his wit. Read the stories of his wisdom Tales of Tenali Raman

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