Great Indian Stories
Below are the links to audio stories that I have re-written and voiced for a unique project designed to draw children into an entertaining world of mythology and morals, drama and dance.
Stories open young minds to new worlds.
The purpose of the retelling is to educate and inspire these formative minds with simple tales that illustrate by example, and teach lessons for daily life.
The stories are time old, and familiar, and are part of the collective consciousness of many of an older generation.
Here is a link to a short video that introduces you to the series.
Here’s the link to watch other videos from the series
(Choreography and presentation by Bharatnatyam dancer, Dr. Rajashree Warrier)
Right Mind and Wrong Mind
The King and the Foolish
The Wise Sage and Shrewd Thief
The Bug and The Flea
How The Crow Killed the Black Snake
The Jackal and the War Drum
The Monkey and the Wedge
Heron and the Crab
The Fall and Rise of the Merchant
The Story of the Blue Jackal
The Lion, Camel, Jackal, Leopard and The Crow
The Fighting Goats and the Greedy Jackal
The Turtle Who Fell off the Stick
The Tale of Three Fishes
The Hermit and the Mouse
Two Pheasant and the Sea
The Bird and the Monkeys
The Elephants and the Mice
Of Crows and Owls