Author: A CompositionPublisher: GeethanjaliYear: 2008Language: EnglishPages: N/AISBN/UPC (if available): SA DVD 10091
Go on an enchanting journey with the stories of yore. Hop on and take a ride with the witty Tenali, the wise Birbal and a host of your favourite animal friends with his collection of unforgettable tales.The Monkey PrinceThis is the story of a proud and pompous monkey King who refused to relinquish his throne even under extreme circumstances. When one of the King's heirs evades his evil plans of deeming him unfit to rule, the King's cunning son helps him win the crown back.The Three BonusesHere we learn, that one should make the best use of an opportunity that presents itself, for opportunity knocks at our doors but once.The Frog in the WellNot everybody can claim to be a know-it all. This tells us that it is important to be receptive to other's point of viewTenali and the Silly ThievesIn this story Tenali Raman outwits a band of thieves and makes them work for him. When the tired King hears this tale, his spirits are lifted and he presents Tenali with a bag of gold coinsThe Cat who said No to MilkIn this story, Tenali teaches the careless Krishnadevaraya a lesson, for blinding following the words of his ministers.The Mango TreeIn Akbar's court there were many courtiers who envied Birbal's closeness with Akbar and they often plotted against Birbal. This amusing tale tells of how Birbal outwitted their plans.Flawless JudgmentBirbal's wisdom was his strength. He was called upon by Emperor Akbar on several occasions, to solve difficult cases owing to his keen sense of Judgment.The Wise AnswerAkbar oft tested Birbal and made many attempts to outwit him. In the end it was always Birbal that came out victorious.The Crane and the CrabsThis is the story of a crab and his wife, who save the inhabitants of a pond from the clutches of an evil crane.The Blue JackalThis is the story of a silly jackal who falls into a tub of dye and his adventures that follow.