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Hitopadesha is a collection of Sanskrit fables in prose and verse written in the 12 century C.E. It is an independent treatment of the Panchatantra.Th... more

Answered by Revathi Kuruvada, 10 Aug '10 05:41 am

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Right-wing Hindus invented baseless stories and fabricated history in order to sow seeds of hatred and enmity between the Hindus and the Muslims. One ... more

Answered by mythsbusted, 21 Feb '10 01:52 pm

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The constellations are totally imaginary things that poets, farmers and astronomers have made up over the past 6,000 years (and probably even more!). ... more

Answered by inquisitive, 25 Sep '09 04:20 am

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Why it is said that curiosity kills the cat??

Asked by Dinesh Manaktala, 28 Sep '08 08:28 am , 1 answers

MeaningInquisitiveness can lead one into dangerous situations.OriginEveryone knows that, despite its supposed nine lives, curiosity killed the cat. We... more

Answered by DRSiva , 28 Sep '08 07:06 pm

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Harry Potter is totally irrelevant to Indians or anyone else. These fables are meant for amusing people with below-average intelligence.Better if all ... more

Answered by Shahryar Pax, 12 Sep '08 08:16 am

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what is meant by fable?

Asked by Bunty , 22 Jan '08 06:14 pm , 1 answers

Fable, short literary composition in prose or verse, conveying a universal cautionary or moral truth. The moral is usually summed up at the end of the... more

Answered by Vibhutesh , 22 Jan '08 06:14 pm

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GLOBAL WARMING is a myth PROVE ME WRONG?

Asked by imran , 13 Jan '08 11:37 am , 1 answers

In the academic fields of mythology, mythography, or folkloristics, a myth (mythos) is a sacred story concerning the origins of the world or how the w... more

Answered by jameel ahmed, 13 Jan '08 11:40 am

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