PANCHTANTRA in English rhyme

By Munindra Misra

Children's | Paperback


PANCHTANTRA or PATHS or PRINCIPLES: There are five Paths or Principles. 1. Friends’ Distinction (Mitra Bhedha) Be wary if a friend who but be, Accusing another of crime clearly. 2. Gaining Friends (Mitra Labha) Cooperation among friends vital be, For the survival of all friends surely. 3. Enemy Distinction (Shatrubheda) Mental strength and deceit stronger be, In warfare than brute force certainly. 4. Separation (Viraag) Betray not friends, guard against idiocy, He overcomes problems, who but calm be. 5. Treaty (Sandhi) Of any judgment do be ever wary, Which are taken a bit hurriedly.



Works of Munindra Misra are unique on the Indian culture and are written in English rhyme. This makes it easy for the reader, comfortable in the English language, to have a glimpse of the vast array of colours and thinking of the ancient Indian civilisation.



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