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Jataka Tales form a part of the collective Indian Fairy tales with the only distinction that most of Jataka Tales have a moral. These are famous children stories and some of the stories like the "the turtle who couldn't stop talking" and "the King's White Elephant" are so famous that they are enacted as short plays in schools and are cited as an example in daily conversations. All the stories in this collective work have a moral, most likely being narrated by an animal.(Summary by sidhu177)

Jataka Tales by BABBITT, Ellen C. LibriVox

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Jataka Tales form a part of the collective Indian Fairy tales with the only distinction that most of Jataka Tales have a moral. These are famous children stories and some of the stories like the "the turtle who couldn't stop talking" and "the King's White Elephant" are so famous that they are enacted as short plays in schools and are cited as an example in daily conversations. All the stories in this collective work have a moral, most likely being narrated by an animal.(Summary by sidhu177)

    00 - PUBLISHER’S NOTE

    00 - PUBLISHER’S NOTE

    • 3 min
    01 - THE MONKEY AND THE CROCODILE

    01 - THE MONKEY AND THE CROCODILE

    • 4 min
    02 - HOW THE TURTLE SAVED HIS OWN LIFE

    02 - HOW THE TURTLE SAVED HIS OWN LIFE

    • 2 min
    03 - THE MERCHANT OF SERI

    03 - THE MERCHANT OF SERI

    • 5 min
    04 - THE TURTLE WHO COULDN'T STOP TALKING

    04 - THE TURTLE WHO COULDN'T STOP TALKING

    • 2 min
    05 - THE OX WHO WON THE FORFEIT

    05 - THE OX WHO WON THE FORFEIT

    • 3 min

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