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  • Two Friends
  • The Wolf and the little Kids
  • The Wolf and the Little Deer
  • The Wise Minister and the New King


  • The Wicked Lion and the Wise Elephant
  • The Wicked Farmer and the Donkey with a Torch
  • The White Elephant and the King of Benaras
  • The Watchman and the Three Wishes

  • The Washerman and the Lazy Bull
  • The Two Friends and the Bear
  • The Ugly Duckling
  • The Two Fishes

  • The Two Cats and the Monkey
  • The Tiger and the wily Jackal
  • The Proud Students and the Good Tribesmen
  • The Squirrel, the Rabbit and the Wily Fox

  • The Spoilt Goat
  • The Snake and the Frogs in the Well
  • The Snake and the Ants
  • The Snake and Frog-king

  • The Shepherd’s Dog and the Wolf
  • The Rich man and the Poor Man
  • The Proud Elephant and the Wise Jackal
  • The Proud and Foolish Woman and her Rooster

  • The Pigeons and the Hunter’s net
  • The Peacock, who wanted to fly
  • The Rabbit and the Partridge
  • The Partridge and the Crow

  • The Owl and the Crow
  • The Old Tiger and the Merchant
  • The Old Woman and Two Wishes
  • The Magic of Kind Words

  • The Lion, the Bull and the Fox
  • The Lazy Dhobi and his Donkey
  • The Landlord and the Labourer
  • The King and the Loyal Minister

  • The King and the Honest Woman
  • The King and the Faithful Minister
  • The Jackal, Donkey and the Lion
  • The Innocent Deer, the faithful Crow and the Wily ...

  • The Greedy Woman and the Golden Swan
  • The Greedy Monkey
  • The Grateful Crane
  • The Grass Hopper and the Ant

  • The Golden Swans and the Poor Crane
  • The Goat, the Kids and the Wolf
  • The Goat and the Python
  • The Fox and the Goat

  • The Wily Fox and the Camel
  • The Four Bulls, the Fox and the Lion
  • The Five Thieves
  • The Fisherman and his Greedy Wife
  • The Firefly, the Parrot and Foolish monkeys
  • The Farmer and his Gossiping Wife
  • The Wise Elephant and the Greedy Monkey
  • The Clever Leader and the Doves in the net

  • The Donkey, the Jackal and the Cucumbers
  • The Lazy Donkey and the Sacks of Salt
  • The Dog of the Street and the Dog of the Bungalow
  • The Deer ,the Lion and the Jackal

  • The Crow, the Eagle and the Sheep
  • The Crow and the Beautiful Bird
  • The Cranes, the Turtle and the Mongoose
  • The Crane and the Fox

  • The Clothes Merchant and the Elephant
  • The Clever Fox and the Dead Elephant
  • The Children in the Forest
  • The Carpenter’s Wife and the Mongoose

  • The Honest Carpenter and the Axe-head
  • The Blue Jackal
  • The Ants and the Birds
  • The Ant and the Pigeon

  • Little Red Riding Hood and the wicked Wolf
  • King Midas and the Golden Touch
  • How the cunning crow brought tragedy upon himself
  • Good Luck and Bad Luck

  • Friends in Need - The Tortoise and the Deer
  • A Threat to Others is a Threat to Ourselves
  • Belling the Cat
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