Hitopadesha

Hitopadesha (Sanskrit:हितोपदेशः Hitopadeśa) is a collection of Sanskrit fables in prose and verse meant as an exposition on statecraft in a format easily digestible for young princes. It is an independent treatment of the Panchatantra, which it resembles in form. == A compendium of good counsel == The only clue to the identity o...
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Hitopadesha

(from the article `Panchatantra`) ...Suhayl. The Panchatantra stories also traveled to Indonesia through Old Javanese written literature and possibly through oral versions. In India ...
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