Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 152 pages of information about Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit.

17.  What is the chief lesson to be learnt from this story?

18.  Which of all the people in this tale do you like best?

19.  What do you think is the greatest power in all the world?

20.  If you had been Kadali-Garbha would you have forgiven those who tried to do you harm?


[1] The city which occupied the site of present Patna was known as Patali-Putra in the time of Alexander the Great.

[2] There are seventy-two versions of this tale in vogue amongst the high castes of India; the one here given is taken from Raj-Yoga, the highest form of Hindu ascetic philosophy.

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