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Links with other fables[ edit ] The fables of Panchatantra are found in numerous world languages. It is also considered partly the origin of European secondary works, such as folk tale motifs found in Boccaccio , La Fontaine and the works of Grimm Brothers. The shared fables implied morals that appealed to communities separated by large distances and these fables were therefore retained, transmitted over human generations with local variations.
Similar animal fables are found in most cultures of the world, although some folklorists view India as the prime source.
I have to acknowledge that the greatest part is inspired from Pilpay, an Indian Sage". Indian painting, Its literary sources are "the expert tradition of political science and the folk and literary traditions of storytelling".
As the scholar Patrick Olivelle writes, "It is clear that the Buddhists did not invent the stories. Norman Brown found that many folk tales in India appeared to be borrowed from literary sources and not vice versa. Johannes Hertel , who thought the book had a Machiavellian character.
Similarly, Edgerton noted that "the so-called 'morals' of the stories have no bearing on morality; they are unmoral, and often immoral.
They glorify shrewdness and practical wisdom, in the affairs of life, and especially of politics, of government. Colin Dann.
Panchatantra Tales. Vishnu Sharma.
Jataka Tales - Stories of moral conduct and good behaviour. Buddhist Animal Wisdom Stories. Mark W. When the Buddha Was an Elephant.
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