Panic in the jungle

Panic in the jungle The peace and friendship among the animals in the jungle is threatened by the arrival of an uninvited guest Are they able to protect themselves against this new intimidating creature Inspired by the s

  • Title: Panic in the jungle
  • Author: Mehrdokht Amini
  • ISBN: 9780957569645
  • Page: 128
  • Format: ebook
  • The peace and friendship among the animals in the jungle is threatened by the arrival of an uninvited guest Are they able to protect themselves against this new intimidating creature Inspired by the story The Lion and the Hare from the Panchatantra The Panchatantra IAST Pa catantra, Sanskrit , Five Principles is an ancient Indian inter related colleThe peace and friendship among the animals in the jungle is threatened by the arrival of an uninvited guest Are they able to protect themselves against this new intimidating creature Inspired by the story The Lion and the Hare from the Panchatantra The Panchatantra IAST Pa catantra, Sanskrit , Five Principles is an ancient Indian inter related collection of animal fables in verse and prose, in a frame story format The original Sanskrit work, which some scholars believe was composed in the 3rd century BCE, 1 is attributed to Vishnu Sharma It is based on older oral traditions, including animal fables that are as old as we are able to imagine 2 It is certainly the most frequently translated literary product of India , 3 and these stories are among the most widely known in the world 4 To quote Edgerton 1924 5 ere are recorded over two hundred different versions known to exist in than fifty languages, and three fourths of these languages are extra Indian As early as the eleventh century this work reached Europe, and before 1600 it existed in Greek, Latin, Spanish, Italian, German, English, Old Slavonic, Czech, and perhaps other Slavonic languages Its range has extended from Java to Iceland In India, it has been worked over and over again, expanded, abstracted, turned into verse, retold in prose, translated into medieval and modern vernaculars, and retranslated into Sanskrit And most of the stories contained in it have gone down into the folklore of the story loving Hindus, whence they reappear in the collections of oral tales gathered by modern students of folk stories Thus it goes by many names in many cultures In India, it had at least 25 recensions, including the Sanskrit Tantr khy yik 6 Sanskrit and inspired the Hitopadesha It was translated into Middle Persian in 570 CE by Borz ya This became the basis for a Syriac translation as Kalilag and Damnag 7 and a translation into Arabic in 750 CE by Persian scholar Abdullah Ibn al Muqaffa as Kal lah wa Dimnah 8 Arabic A New Persian version from the 12th century became known as Kal leh o Demneh 9 Persian and this was the basis of Kashefi s 15th century Anv r e Soheyl 10 Persian , The Lights of Canopus The book in different form is also known as The Fables of Bidpai 11 12 or Pilpai, in various European languages or The Morall Philosophie of Doni English, 1570 From

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