A Tale of a Tiger, a Jackal and a Farmer
We have adopted this story from Southern India for today's episode, which we are publishing on India's Independence Day. Listen to this delightful little tale, which teaches a lesson that one should not stay in the company of cowards, because they will only cause you harm.
In this story, a tiger first wants to eat the two bullocks of a farmer, but agrees to eat the farmer's cow. Will the farmer be able to protect his cattle? What about the jackal? What does he do? Listen to this story to learn more.
Parts of this story have been modified and rewritten by Amar Vyas and narrated by Sheearli Biju for gaatha story. For information on the images and the music used int his story, visit gaathastory.com/farmer-tiger
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