A Collection of fables that fundamentally teaches the children numerous valuable life lessons via using animals as the central characters, Panchatantra are the richest and oldest stories presumed to be written by Vishnu Sharma. The breakdown of term Panchatantra is ‘Pancha’ i.e. Five and ‘Tantra’ i.e. systems. It is believed that the author penned fifty stories and segregated them into five volumes. Hence, Panchtantra are the collection of his rich tales that profess moral lessons to all age groups.
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A legendary collection of intertwined series of stories, Panchatantra is the oldest written Indian tales (mostly animal fables) that profess moral values. Penned originally in Sanskrit, it has been translated over the years into numerous other languages. Derived from the amalgamation of the terms 'Panch' (five) and Tantra (Practice), they depict five practices of human life i.e. Gain, Loss, Union, Separation and Discord. Etched in the simplest manner with each story rendering a life lesson, it has stood the test of time. While commonly targeted for children, it is a rich source of learning for all age groups.