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Volume - III
Preface Prayers
Rama Goes To Forest Draupadi's marriage
Harischandra Agastya
Dattatreya Sankara
Kalidasa Mahavira
Manikka- vachakar The Narmada
Puri Kanya- kumari
Holi Makar Sankranti
Christmas The Lion And The Fox
The Doves And The Bird Catcher Krishna- devaraya
Raja Raja Chola
Major Sections
Culture Course
Volume-I Volume-II

Volume-III

Volume-IV

Volume-V

Volume-VI

Volume-VII

Volume-VIII

Volume-IX

Volume-X

THE LION AND THE FOX

Where was a lion in a forest. One clay though it roamed all over the forest looking for food, it did not get any. No animalcame its way. It was tired at the end of the day.

It saw a cave.

It thought, "Let me take rest in this cave. Perhaps some animal will come here to sleep. I shall eat it." It hid itself in a dark comer of the cave and waited.

A fox used to come to the cave to sleep. It came there that evening, too, as usual. When, however, it saw the foot-prints of a lion near the cave, it became suspicious.

The fox was clever. So it thought of a plan.

It called out to the cave, "O cave’. O cave!"

There was no reply.

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