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28 April 2019

Panchtantra Gujarati Varta Book

The Panchatantra (IAST: Pancatantra, Sanskrit: Panchstantra, "Five Treatises") is a ancient Indian collection of interrelated animal fables in Sanskrit verse and prose, arranged within a frame story. The surviving work is dated to roughly 200 BCE, based on older oral tradition. The text's author is unknown, but has been attributed to Vishnu Sharma in some recensions and Vasubhaga in others, both of which may be pen names.It is classical literature in a Hindu text, and based on old oral traditions with "animal parables that are as old as we are able to imagine".

It is "definitely the most frequently translated literary product of India", and these stories are among the most widely known in the world.It goes through many names in many cultures. There is a version of Panchatantra in almost every major language of India, and in addition there are 200 versions of the text in more than 50 languages ​​around the world.One version reached Europe in the 11th century. [To quote Edgerton (1924): 
                                       

Panchtantra Book 
Author: Pandit Vishnu Sharma
Translator; Vinubhai.U. Patel
Publisher: M. M. Sahitya Prakashan, Mahavir Marg, Anand.
This e - book of Total Page: 236
Total of 14 story in this e - book
This e - book of children story book
This e - book can be freely downloaded

              Use this Panchtantra Gujarati Varta Book to you Approximately two thousand years more than the ancient Pandit class, the world's populated shopping is unique in the literature. Goofy's three sons, one of the only six months, the ethics of performing these stories are entertaining and inspirational. The stories of the characters, lion, deer, tiger, camel, donkey, fox and a variety of birds are special and there are very few human characters.

Panchtantra Book Author and chronology
The prelude section of the Panchatantra identifies an octogenarian named Brahmin named Vishnu Sharma (IAST: Viṣṇuśarman) as its author. He is the leader of three princes of Amarasakti. It is unclear, states Patrick Olivelle, a professor of Sanskrit and Indian religions, if Vishnu Sharma was a real person or himself a literary invention. Some South Indian recessions of the text, as well as Southeast Asian versions of Panchatantra attribute the text to Vasubhaga, states Olivelle.Based on the content and mention of the same name in other texts dated to ancient and medieval era centuries, most scholars agree that Vishnu Sharma is a fictitious name. Olivelle and other scholars state that regardless of who the author was, it is likely "the author was a Hindu, and not a Buddhist, nor Jain", but it is unlikely that the author was a devotee of Hindu god Vishnu because the text neither Expresses any sentiments against other Hindu deities such as Shiva, Indra and others, nor does it avoid invoking them with reverence.
                   

Various locations where the text was composed Some of the proposed locations are Kashmir, Southwestern or South India.Sanskrit Though the text is now known as Panchatantra, the title found in old manuscript versions varies regionally, and names like Tantrakhyayika, Panchakhyanaka, Panchakhyana and Tantropakhyana. The suffix akhyayika and akhyanaka mean "little story" or "little story book" in Sanskrit. 

The text was translated into 550 CE, which forms the latest limit of the text's existence. The earliest limit is uncertain It quotes similar verses from Arthasastra, which is widely accepted in the centuries of the common era. According to Olivelle, "The current scholarly consensus places the Panchatantra around 300 BCE, although we should remind ourselves that this is only an educated guess".The text quotes from old genre of Indian literature, and legends with anthropomorphic animals are found in more ancient texts dated to the first millennium BCE such as the Chapter 4.1 of the Chondogya Upanishad. According to Gillian Adams, Panchatantra may be a product of the Vedic period, but its age can not be ascertained with confidence because "the original Sanskrit version has lost".

Panchtantra Book Content
Panchtantra Gujarati Varta Book is a series of inter-woven fables, many of which are deploy metaphors of human nature and vices. According to its own narrative, it illustrates, for the benefit of three ignorant princes, the central Hindu principles of nīti. While it is hard to translate, it roughly means prudent worldly conduct, or "the wise conduct of life". Apart from a short introduction, it consists of five parts. Each part contains a main story, called the story story, which in turn contains several stories "emboxed" in it, as one character narrates a story to another. Often these stories include further emboxed stories. The stories thus operate like a succession of Russian dolls, one narrative opening within another, sometimes three or four deep. Besides the stories, the characters also quoted various epigrammatic verses to make their point.The five books have their own subtitles.

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