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Welcome to Stories

Stories are those stories that impart moral values and virtues young ones. Most of the parents read moral stories to their children when they are young so they grow up to be honest, courageous, and smart enough to face life. These small stories heard during childhood helps a child mould up into a generous human.

Here are the illustrations for which stories are to be written along with a suitable title.


Moral Stories

Moral Stories
Moral Stories are those that are read in childhood, when the soul is pure and clear, and remembered for the rest of the lives. They are also passed on to generations...
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Myth Fables & Folk Tales

Myth Fables & Folk Tales
The simple tales of village folk, the charm of the magician, the intelligent wife of the poor farmer and several other themes talk about the rich heritage of folk tales....
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Short Stories

Short Stories
The Panchatantra is derived from a Sanskrit word that means "Five Principles" that are 'Mitra Bhedha' (Loss of Friends), 'Mitra Laabha' (Gaining Friends), 'Suhrudbheda' (Causing discord between Friends), 'Vigraha' (Separation) and 'Sandhi' (Union)...
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Nursery Rhymes

Nursery Rhymes
Most children love being told Nursery Rhymes. The most popular rhymes are listed here. Even elders love to hear these rhymes. They are sweet to our ears forever. These rhymes speak volumes about the interest shown by the education department to enthuse the children to speak out....
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Short Stories
The Panchatantra is derived from a Sanskrit word that means "Five Principles" that are 'Mitra Bhedha' (Loss of Friends), 'Mitra Laabha' (Gaining Friends), 'Suhrudbheda' (Causing discord between Friends), 'Vigraha' (Separation) and 'Sandhi' (Union)...
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Short Stories
The Panchatantra is derived from a Sanskrit word that means "Five Principles" that are 'Mitra Bhedha' (Loss of Friends), 'Mitra Laabha' (Gaining Friends), 'Suhrudbheda' (Causing discord between Friends), 'Vigraha' (Separation) and 'Sandhi' (Union)...
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Poems
Down through history many people have tried to explain the definition and meaning of poems. Aristotle tried to define the definition of poems. Although there is no true definition of Poems...
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Short Stories
The Panchatantra is derived from a Sanskrit word that means "Five Principles" that are 'Mitra Bhedha' (Loss of Friends), 'Mitra Laabha' (Gaining Friends), 'Suhrudbheda' (Causing discord between Friends), 'Vigraha' (Separation) and 'Sandhi' (Union)...
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Short Stories
The Panchatantra is derived from a Sanskrit word that means "Five Principles" that are 'Mitra Bhedha' (Loss of Friends), 'Mitra Laabha' (Gaining Friends), 'Suhrudbheda' (Causing discord between Friends), 'Vigraha' (Separation) and 'Sandhi' (Union)...
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Contest Stories
There will be lllustrations (drawings) displayed on the web site for which the children have to write stories along with a suitable title for the story.
So children let your imagination go wild.
Exclusive Arts competition will be open to all children aged nine to fourteen, from India and abroad, and will be free to enter!

Prizes : The best entry according to judges will be posted on the web site along with the name of the child whose entry is selected.The illustration for which the story was written will be published on the web site along with the childs name and age..

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