By - Dr. Shweta
“Long Names” is a Folk Tale from Mizoram. A long time ago, in a village in Mizoram, people believed – long names bring great fortune, and longer ones being even greater! In many of the families, it was customary to keep long names for at least one of the children. In one such family, there were two brothers – one named Semu, and the other named Tala Bini Bendo Toko Miki Sembu Chima Chimena Kit Kit Kuki Mizi Pizi Hala. One day, two brothers were playing near the well in their garden. Suddenly, Semu fell into the well. What happened next? listen to the full story..
By - Ekta
“The Seventh Sun” is a folk tale from a tribal community of Odisha. It is about a time when there were seven suns in the sky. Were the animals and human beings happy with so many suns? What happened next? listen to the full story..
By - Dr. Shweta
“The Future Teller” is one of the very short folktales for children. A long time ago, there lived a man who believed that he could read the future in the stars. He used to call himself an Astrologer and spent all of his time gazing at the night sky. He was always busy worrying about future. The villagers often came to him, hoping to know what their future holds. How he attempt to tell future of others ruins his own present? Listen to the full story..
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“The Selfish Crows” is a story of little sparrow looking for some shelter is driven away by some selfish crows. But life has a way of getting around. What happened next? listen to the full story..