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Teaching Stories

5.00 out of 5
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Description : 
A collection of stories of wisdom
 

Small stories, big truths
Selected and interpreted by Jamuna Rangachari, Illustrations by Faraaz Tanveer
With its different layers, a teaching story gives us new insights every time we read it ..and we begin to see the world, and even ourselves, differently. At its heart a teaching story encapsulates the wisdom and truth of life and transmits it to the reader in the most pleasurable, palatable way. This collection of timeless tales will offer you hours of entertainment, but more importantly, it may well change your perception of life. The gurus and seekers who have contributed to this volume have sieved through many wisdom traditions, Sufi, Zen, Hindu, folklore and others to carefully pick and choose those that inspire and transform all those who read them, irrespective of age, gender, creed or race.

Testimonials


Through the use of stories and parables people are able to grasp and internalise deep, profound messages for their lives. May these stories and messages teach, touch and transform all who read them.

- SWAMI CHIDANANDA SARASWATI,
Spiritual Head, Parmarth Niketan
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These stories remind me of the wisdom of teaching through parables. They have so much to say to all of us whatever our age.

- MARK TULLY,
author of No Full Stops In India
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The collection in the story book is marvellous and the short comment by Jamuna Rangachari after each story is fabulous.

- SWAMI AGNIVESH,
activist and President, Sarvadeshik Arya Pratinidhi Sabha
(World Council of Arya Samaj)
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Storytelling was once the best form of entertainment for young and growing children. This collection brings the forgotten art to life again.

- ANOURADHA BAKSHI,
social activist, story-teller, and author of Dear Popples.
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To open the eyes of the intolerant, the impatient, the greedy and the arrogant, in a light humorous way, the deeper insight of these fables can be very powerful.

- DEEPA KODIKAL,
author of Teachings of the Inner Light and A Journey within the Self
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All our tales and legends, whether from the Ramayana or Mahabharatha or the Jataka tales, have a meaningful message on how to live in peace and happiness.

- DR. (MRS.) Y G PARTHASARATHY
Dean and Director, Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan Group of Schools, Chennai
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Stories with an in-built learning message such as those in this book make fascinating reading for young and not-so-young alike.

- PETER MUKERJEA,
Chief Strategy Officer & Exec Chairman, INX Media

 

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E-Book, Printed-Book

2 reviews for Teaching Stories

  1. abcd@abcd.com'
    5 out of 5

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    Spontaneous lessons of life!

    Indeed, story is merely a medium of enjoyment, but what if, it is more than mere entertainment; if it gives us spontaneous lessons about life? In this context, Teaching Stories by Jamuna Rangachari is one of the best collections of moral stories I have ever read. I have read it thrice and every time learnt something new from it. ???The saint and the scorpion??? and ???Stop!??? about Angulimal are two of the stories which I read in childhood as well as told about by granny and teachers. These stories inject moral values within us; purify our mind and make the journey easy for our soul. This book reminds me of my childhood, when we went to library for reading these kinds of book.

    Asha Nayal

  2. abcd@abcd.com'
    5 out of 5

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    The Sagacious Telling
    by Purnima Pandey

    This was the first book I have read by Jamuna Rangachari. I was quickly drawn into the stories and didn’t want to put the book down. I loved the expressive style of story telling. It immediately drew me into the character’s lives??? I enjoyed this book so much I ran right out to get first book by this author!”

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