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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

THE PIOUS CAT

There was an old tree in a forest which had a hole in its trunk. In that bole lived a sparrow.

Everyday, the sparrow went out in the morning to eat the grain from the fields around and returned to the tree in the evening.

Once it went away as usual but did not return to the tree for several days.

In the meantime a hare came, and seeing the sparrow's hole empty, made its home there.

After-some days, however, the sparrow returned to the tree.

The sparrow had become quite fat. It had eaten a lot of new grain from the field.

Seeing the hare in its hole, the sparrow said to the hare: "This is my house. You have occupied it in my absence. Since I have, come back, you should now leave."

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