STORIES MATTER

And they do matter to the little minds to whom they are being told. We are able to understand ourselves better through the lives of the characters in stories. It helps us connect to the characters at multiple levels. Stories help develop critical thinking and empathy even as the stories convey values, beliefs, attitudes and social norms which in turn shape children’s perception of reality. 
Stories from our Grandmothers, Folklores or Indian Scriptures are filled with millions of narratives that can help shape the thought process of a children in a holistic way. For the Expat Indian kids growing outside of India, these stories help them understand & appreciate their background, the similarities & the differences, which go a long way in helping them shape their lives for the better. 
BHOGYA STORY TIME is our humble effort at bringing to you many such stories in easy to understand vernacular languages, rendered by many wonderful mothers and fathers. Choose the language of choice and help your child listen on.
Our heartfelt thanks to each and every one of them.
They would be happy to receive your Stars as your appreciation of their effort.

ENJOY LISTENING WITH YOUR CHILDREN

BENGALI STORIES

KANNADA STORIES

Bhaktha Kanakadasa

Kanaka Dasa (1509 – 1609) was a Haridasa, a renowned composer of Carnatic music, poet, philosopher and musician. He was the contemporary of Shri Purandara dasaru and was the disciple of Vyasa theertha. His original name was Thimmappa Nayaka.He lived up to 99 years. His pen name was “Kaginele Adi Keshava”

MARATHI STORIES

TELUGU STORIES

Panchatantra Stories – A Witty Hare

The lion used to dominate and kill other animals in the jungle for his food. How did the witty/smart Hare trick the lion and save other animals as well?
Moral:
If you are intelligent,  you’ll make your way through any difficulty in life.

 

 

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