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Volume - IV
Preface Prayer
The Golden Deer The Pandavas And Durvasa
Markandeya Arundhati
Sukanya Savitri
Socrates Confucius
Vikramaditya Prayag
Godavari Kaveri
Ayodhya Somanath
The Kumbhamela Uposatha
Manuna- ekadasi The Pious Cat
The Snake And The Farmer The Hare And The Elephant
Shivaji
Major Sections
Culture Course
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Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

SOCRATES

He was on his feet all through the day, and wherever he wen" he taught whoever was willing to learn. So he had no time to give to his profession. Naturally, he could not earn any money.

His wife was always angry with him. She asked him, "Why don't you do some work, and bring money?" She often scolded him. But Socrates was always gentle andpatient with her. There was a leather merchant in Athens. He had a son. That son came to Socrates to learn the Truth.The merchant's father did not like it. He complained to the king that Socrates spoiled or as we might say, corrupted young men, since he encouraged them to ask questions.

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