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Volume - I
Preface Prayers
The Ramayana The Mahabharata
Dhruva Rantideva
Valmiki Vedavysa
Tiruvalluvar Manu
Mandhata Bharata
The Himalaya Ganga
Gokarna Ganesha Chaturthi
Janmashtami Sivaratri
The Monkey and the wedge The Hare and the Tortoise
The Clever Crow Bharthmata
Our National Flag
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Culture Course
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Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

RANTI DEVA

Ranti Deva was a great King. He gave up his kingdom. He lived in a forest as a hermit. Once Ranti Deva fasted for forty-eight days.  On the forty-ninth day he cooked a little rice for his meal. He was about to take his meal.

A hungry man came to him. "I am hungry," he said, "Give me something to eat." Ranti Deva gladly gave him some rice. He ate it
and went away. Once more Ranti Deva started to eat. Two more hungry men came and begged for food. Ranti Deva gave them also rice. They ate it.

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