Book Review: The Children of Lir by Micheal Scott

The Children of Lir by Michael Scott My rating: 3 of 5 stars This Irish Stories about King Lir is great insight of human behaviour. I Have read the comic version of that story The Most heart touching Irish Mythology This Irish legend of Ireland is most famous and readable mythical story. I was just…

Four Basic Nature of Human in Kaliyuga (Modern age) by Lord Krishana

Once four Pandav ask Lord Krishna about the nature of Human in Kali-yuga. Lord Krishna smiles because the elder brother “Dharmraj” means “Man of Highest dharma” was not there. So He told four Pandavs (Bhim, Arjun, Nakul and Sahdev): If you want to know, you have to do one work for me. I will shoot…

The True Worshiper

  We know that Narada is the biggest follower of Lord Vishnu. He keeps chanting “Narayana! Narayana!”. Narayana is the other name of Lord Vishnu. Once Narada asked Lord Vishnu, “Who is your favorite devotee?” Narada was expecting his name but Lord Vishnu referred a farmer on earth as his favorite devotee. Narada got upset….

Dirty Pig !! A tale from land of Meghalayas

The tiger had had a good day at hunting and had eaten to his heart’s content. Now he wanted a drink of water and made his way to a pool. A young pig was drinking at the pool and when he saw the tiger approaching, froze in terror. But the tiger ignored him and bent…

The Three Brothers: Folk Tale from Mathura

The wife of the headman of a village died soon after giving birth to a baby boy. The headman was inconsolable but was persuaded by his family and friends to marry again so that the child would have someone to look after him. Fortunately, his second wife turned out to be a large-hearted and sensible…

Oh! God

“Where is God?” asked the disciple. “Everywhere, in everyone and everything,” said his Guru. Later, as the disciple was going home, he saw an elephant charging towards him. “Get out of the way, get out of the way,” shouted the elephant-driver. “He has gone mad!” But the disciple thought: “God is everywhere. He is in…

Temptation

A group of monkeys decide to go on a fast one day. “Before we begin, I think we should keep the food with which we’ll break the fast ready,” counselled the old monkey chief. The monkeys nodded their heads in agreement. The youngsters were sent in search of food. They returned with huge hands of…