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1.Jackal stories:-The jackal has a bad reputation in the animal world. Devious, selfish, dishonest and boastful, his aspirations are high but his talents few. He seldom repays a favor. Should such a creature be tolerated? Only so long as he uses his cunning for the good of the community, says the wisdom of these Jataka tales which were written as early as the period between 3rd century BC and 5th century AD.2.Harischandra:-Even the gods were charmed by this most honorable of kings. Fate had snatched away his palace, his wealth, his wife and his son. Worse sorrows were to pour down on him and yet Harischandra would not abandon the righteous path. He revealed the true mettle of a great king, protecting his honor and that of his family, with single-minded determination.3.Madhvacharya:-Madhvacharya (C. 1238-1317) propagated the Bhakti Marg or the path of devotion for the realization of God. He felt that there was no need to deny the world in order to realize the Divine. Relying on logic and quoting profusely from the scriptures, he made a strong case for theism. His school of thought is known as DaVita which stands for two realities - independent and dependent. The infinitely perfect God is independent and the world of matter and spirits is dependent on God. He advocated total surrender to God to achieve salvation.4.Raman the matchless wit:-Was Tenali Raman a fool or the cleverest man at the court of Krishnadeva Raya? After all, he humbled great kings as well as learned scholars. Wiggling out of every predicament in unique and unexpected ways, this poet-jester reminds us of Birbal at the court of Akbar. Read his tales and laugh with joy even as his plain common sense leaves you gasping.

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1.Jackal stories:-The jackal has a bad reputation in the animal world. Devious, selfish, dishonest and boastful, his aspirations are high but his talents few. He seldom repays a favor. Should such a creature be tolerated? Only so long as he uses his cunning for the good of the community, says the wisdom of these Jataka tales which were written as early as the period between 3rd century BC and 5th century AD.2.Harischandra:-Even the gods were charmed by this most honorable of kings. Fate had snatched away his palace, his wealth, his wife and his son. Worse sorrows were to pour down on him and yet Harischandra would not abandon the righteous path. He revealed the true mettle of a great king, protecting his honor and that of his family, with single-minded determination.3.Madhvacharya:-Madhvacharya (C. 1238-1317) propagated the Bhakti Marg or the path of devotion for the realization of God. He felt that there was no need to deny the world in order to realize the Divine. Relying on logic and quoting profusely from the scriptures, he made a strong case for theism. His school of thought is known as DaVita which stands for two realities - independent and dependent. The infinitely perfect God is independent and the world of matter and spirits is dependent on God. He advocated total surrender to God to achieve salvation.4.Raman the matchless wit:-Was Tenali Raman a fool or the cleverest man at the court of Krishnadeva Raya? After all, he humbled great kings as well as learned scholars. Wiggling out of every predicament in unique and unexpected ways, this poet-jester reminds us of Birbal at the court of Akbar. Read his tales and laugh with joy even as his plain common sense leaves you gasping.
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