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Volume - II
Preface Prayers
Seeta's Marriage The Target
Narada Prahlada
Atri Vasishthai
Avva The Buddha
Chandra- gupta Ashoka
Kasi

Rameswaram

Badarinath- kedarnath Ujjain
Deepavali Dassara
Onam The Lion And The rabbit

The Swan and The Tortoise

The Crane And The Crab
Ranasanga Ranapratap
Major Sections
Culture Course
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Volume-IX

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PREFACE

We are familiar with the character-molding impact, of grandmother's tales, on impressionable minds. Through the ages, it has been the privilege of the elders of the family to convey to children, through bedtime stories, a broad conception of the fundamental values of life.

Even today, particularly in rural households, children drop off to sleep lulled by lofty lullabies and stories and legends of the wisdom and the prowess of our ancestors narrated by elders.

Things are different today'. With the growing disruption and dislocation of the family setting, and the increasing urbanization, when winning the bread and keeping the hearth have become the foremost preoccupations of a hurly burly life, young people are deprived of this nourishing food for the soul.

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