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Pen and Pencil
Once there was a fight between Pen and Pencil who is more usable? Pen self describes itself that it is the most widely used and it looks Royal. Pencil says that it is simple but can be used anywhere. There was an occasion happened that two...
The Wise Goat and The Jackal
Once upon a time under the rule of Brahmadatta, King of Banaras, many hundreds of wild goats dwelt in a mountain-cave in a wooden district on the slopes of the Himalayas. Not far from their place of abode a jackal named Putimamsa with...
The Evils of Hard Drink
           Once upon a time Brahmadatta was the ruling king of Benaras. And a forester, named Sura, who dwelt in the kingdom of Kasi, went to the Himalayas, in search of articles for...
Red Peacock
Krishna Raya was very fond of collecting rare objects. One day, a courtier had an idea. He asked a painter to color a peacock red. The painter did his job so well and the peacock really looked naturally red. The courtier took the...
The Perfect Answer
Krishna Raya, arranged to construct a new reservoir. After the construction was over, he along with his officials went to inspect the reservoir. He asked his officials,"How does the water in this reservoir look like?" One official...
Greedy Pandits
King Krishna Raya of had great respect for his mother. His mother was a very orthodox woman. She had given a lot of things in charity. In her old age, she thought that it would be perfect if she gave away fruits as gifts to others on an...
Concealed Head
One day Tenalirama visited the picture gallery in the palace. He was looking at some newly painted coloured pictures. He saw a picture of a nymph. He didnt like some portions of the picture. So, with brush he made some changes on it. The...
Tenalirama and Krishna Raya
One day Krishnad Raya was very angry with Tenalirama. He asked him to leave his country. Tenalirama obeyed the king's order and started his journey. After some days, Krishna Raya riding, was going through a forest. At that time, he saw...
Converts a black dog into white dog
One day, King Krishna Raya was sleeping even after the sunrise. The Barber came there to shave. But finding a King asleep, he was embarassed for a moment that whether to complete the work somehow or to go away. He decided to do the work...
Tenali Raman and The Thieves
On one night, some thieves entered Tenali Raman's house and were hiding in the  back yard of his house. They were only waiting for the right time, to get  in and rob. Raman came to know that and so collected all the money. Then,...
Tenali Raman And A Scholar
There was a scholar of  named  Vidyasagar. He was well versed in all subjects. He had also travelled to many  parts of India and had defeated many scholars in the debates. Once, he  came to Vijayanagar. At...
Paintings Of Tenali Raman
King Krishna Raya built a beautiful mansion. He arranged for the painting of  the walls of the mansion with appropriate pictures. After the completion of the painting, the painter reported to the king. One day,  King , his...
Clever Tenali Raman
Krishna raya, the king of Vijayanagara, was one of the greatest warriors. Once he had to lead his army in a battle and accordingly all the preparations for the war were completed. The king had faith in astrology and hence called his court...
Tenali Raman And a Horse
The king  wanted all his people to grow horses . He called all his people and gave them one horse each to bring up. He also gave them lot of straw so that the horses can eat. All people were happy except Tenaliraman. He tied his...
Tenali Raman and Cats
Long long ago there was a clever man called Tenali Raman. He was minister to a great king called Krishna Raya. Once in that city there was lot of problems due to rats. They were eating all sorts of books and papers. They also used to make...
Kashmiri literature
Kashmiri literature has a history of at least 2,500 years, going back to its glory days of Sanskrit. Early names include Patanjali, the author of the Mahabhashya commentary on Panini's grammar, suggested by some to have been the same to...
Festivals of Jammu [Navratra Festival (Sept-Oct)]
Though the yatra to the shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi is a round-the-year event, the one undertaken during the Navratras is considered the most auspicious. In order to showcase and highlight the regional culture, heritage and traditions of...
Festivals of Jammu [Jhiri Mela (Oct-Nov.)]
An annual fair is held in the name of Baba Jitu, a simple and honest farmer who preferred to kill himself rather than submit to the unjust demands of the local landlord to part with his crop. He killed himself in the village of Jhiri, 14...
Festivals of Jammu [Purmandal Mela (February-March)]
Purmandal is 39 km from Jammu city. On Shivratri, the town wears a festive look and for three days as people celebrate the marriage of Lord Shiva to Goddess Parvati. The people of Jammu also come out in their colourful best to celebrate...
Festivals of Jammu
Baisakhi (April 13 or 14) The name Baisakhi is taken from the first month of the Vikram calendar. Every year, on the first day of Vaishakh, the people of Jammu, like the rest of northern India, celebrate Baisakhi. Also known as the...
Festivals of Jammu
Lohri (13 January) This festival heralds the onset of spring and is also known as Makar Sankranti. The whole region wears a festive look on this day. Kud dance on the eve of a festival Thousands take a dip in the holy rivers....
Amarnath
  Image of the holy pindisAmarnath is one of the holy shrines of the Hindus. Inside the Amarnath Cave lies the ice Shiva Linga (phallus of the Hindu god Shiva) which is visited by the Hindu pilgrims during May to August. The peak...
Tawi
Tawi is a river that flows through the city of Jammu. As is the norm in India, this river is considered sacred as it brings life sustaining water. Tawi river is a major left bank tributary of river Chenab. The river originates from the...
Vaishno Devi
Vaishno Devi is a sacred shrine revered by Hindus, dedicated to the goddess Devi. Located in the town of Katra in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, it is one of the most popular places of worship in India. At an altitude of 5200 feet and a...
About Jammu
Jammu is one of the three regions comprising the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It consists of six districts of the state, namely Jammu District, Kathua District, Poonch District, Rajouri District, Udhampur District and Doda District....
Shalimar Gardens (Kashmir)
The gardens were the inspiration for other gardens of the same name, notably the Shalimar Gardens (Lahore). Upon completion of the gardens, the emperor is said to have recited the Famous Persian expression: "If there is a paradise on...
Ladakh
Ladakh is the largest district of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, covering more than half the area of the state (of which it is the eastern part). Nevertheless Ladakh is one of the least populated districts in India. It is renowned...
Dal Lake
The Dal Lake is a famous lake in Srinagar, Kashmir, India. The lake itself is connected to a number of other lakes of the valley. It is well known for its shikaras or house boats. With the onset on militancy in the state tourism dwindled...
Singing game
Singing games are games which pit multiple players against each other, or a single player against previous performances or a set standard. Objectives might include subjectively rated creativity, adherence to a theme, ability to mimic...
Clapping game
A clapping game is type of cooperative (ie non-competitive) game which is generally played by two players. The template of a standard clapping game is for the participants to strike each other's hand(s) in a rhythmic fashion while...
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