• Panchatantra 1
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    Publisher: Swathi Book House

    Pages: 40
    Language: English
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There was a Fox in a forest. It was so greedy. It wanted everything for itself. As it was a small animal, there was no way to satisfy its greed. It had to depend on others for everything. It was living on the flesh that was left by other animals like Lion and Tiger in their hunting. However, the Fox got a lot of faith, that a day would come on which it could satisfy its greed. As it hoped, the opportunity came one day.

One day a hunter was carrying a deer on his shoulder. On his way he saw a pig. He put the deer aside and tried to hit the pig with an arrow. He just wounded the pig, but did not kill it. To his shock, the wounded pig pounced on him with a lot of anger and wounded him on his chest and opened it with its sharp teeth. Within no time the hunter died. After a few minutes the pig also died. A snake that was caught in the legs of the pig also died. The Fox that was observing all that excited very much as it was going to eat a pig, a deer and a snake at the same time. But it was in a dilemma, “which is to be eaten first”. While it was thinking like that it saw a nerve tied to the arrow beside the hunter. It decided to eat the nerve first and then the animal.

Immediately it bit the nerve. Then the sharp edge of the arrow pierced into its mouth. It bled a lot and died. It could not satisfy its greed of eating all the animals at the same time. The Fox died because of losing its discretion.

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