Category Archives: Fables

A fable is a moral tale that often features animal characters. “The Tortoise and the Hare” is a well-known fable whose moral is “Slow and steady wins the race.”
We often associate fables with the master of them all, Aesop. Among the most famous fables attributed to this storyteller of ancient Greece are “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” and “The Fox and the Grapes.” But like its cousins tale, myth, and legend, the word fable is also used to describe a deliberate fabrication or fiction. In other words, it can be a polite way to describe a lie.

The Tale of Three Fishes

The Tale of Three Fishes

This is a story about three fishes which lived in a pond along with many other fishes and water creatures. There named were Anagatavidhata, Pratyutpannamati and Yadbhavishya. They all lived together happily in the pond. One day some fishermen were passing nearby the pond. They examined the pond and came to a conclusion that this…