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Baalgatha: Classic Stories for Children

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Welcome to Baalgatha Podcast where you can listen to hundreds of bedtime stories for children. We bring to you stories that not only entertain, but educate your child. Listen to tales from Pachatantra, Jataka and hundreds of such classic stories with morals.
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Do you know that the festival of Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi has been celebrated since thousands of years? In this special episode,listen to three short stores or legends associated with Rakhi, including the story of Krishna and Draupadi, as well as the story of Rani Karnavati of Chittor and Humayun. Also learn how this festival is celebrated in Maharashtra. Finally, we have a special request for you. Did you celebrate the festival of Rakhi or Raksha Bandhan this week? If yes, send your picture with a Rakhi and a story about Rakhi that you may know!You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Deezer, Stitcher, TuneIn, Saavn, Spotify, Radio Public,Google Podcasts, Hubhopper, Storiyoh, and many other fine websites and apps where you listen to podcasts.
Do you know the story behind how Zoarastrians (or Parsis as they are called locally) came to India? Listen to this short story on Baalgatha Podcast to learn how and why Parsis celebrate the festival of Pateti and the Parsi New Year. You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Deezer, Stitcher, TuneIn, Saavn, Spotify, Radio Public,Google Podcasts, Hubhopper, Storiyoh, and many other fine websites and apps where you listen to podcasts.
The Lord of Death

The Lord of Death

2019-08-0600:12:15

This is a story about a road which was considered to be deadly to travel. Some said that a scorpion was responsible for the death of the travellers, while others claimed it was a deadly snake. One day, an old man who was travelling down that road encountered a scary creature. He realizes that the creature was responsible for the deaths, and decides to follow the creature. What happens next? Why was the creature causing so much death, grief and unhappiness all around? Listen to this story to learn more. This story was originally translated into English by Flora Annie Steel. It has been revised by Amar Vyas and narrated by Sheerali Bjiu for gaatha story. You can subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, Hubhopper, Radio Public, Storiyoh, Tunein, Stitcher, and many other fine websites and apps where you listen to podcasts.If you have any comments or feedback, you can write to us at contact@gaathastory.com.
The Jackal and The Peahen

The Jackal and The Peahen

2019-08-0200:08:55

The Jackal and The PeahenA Jackal and a peahen are friends, and often eat together. The Peahen once eats plums and sows the seeds of the plum into the ground. She tells the Jackal that she is acting on the advise of her mother: In time, the trees grow tall and big and start yielding fruits. The Jackal feels offended and replies that he also buries the bones, hoping that a tree will grow out of the bones. Over time, the Peahen continues to make fun of the Jackal. What does the savage Jackal do in return? What moral do we learn from this story? You can subscribe to Baalgatha Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Castbox, Deezer, Stitcher, TuneIn, Saavn, Spotify, Radio Public,Google Podcasts, Hubhopper, Storiyoh, and many other fine websites and apps where you listen to podcasts.Have you listened to the story go Lamibkin the lamb? How is this story similar or different than the Jackal and the Peahen? You can listen to that story on Baalgatha Podcast and reply to us with your answers at contact@gaathastory.com or on WhatsApp at : +919850800464.
This is a story from one of the many tales of Mulla Naseeruddin, which teaches a moral that no matter how bad a situation may be, one should always find the bright side! Listen to how Mulla Naseeruddin saves himself from the wrath of the Sultan.You can listen to more such stories by visiting https://gaathastory.com/baalgathaIf you would like to be notified every time a new story has been released, you can add the number +91-9850800464 to your contacts. Then, send a message through WhatsApp which says “Add Baalgatha.”
Shivaji was a great warrior King and he established the Maratha empire in the second half of 1600s. In this story, Shivaji used guile to overpower Afzal Khan, who was a very powerful warrior. The moral of this story is that with wit and guile, one can overcome even a powerful enemy. This is a repost of the episode we had published in 2017 that's over teo ywars and over 120 episodes ago!
The Singing Donkey

The Singing Donkey

2019-06-0100:06:00

Today we present the Story of The Singing Donkey. A washerman's donkey makes friends with a jackal and together the two of them steal cucumbers from a field. Ultimately, the donkey's insistence to sing lands him into trouble. You can listen to more such stories by visiting https://gaathastory.com/baalgathaIf you would like to be notified every time a new story has been released, you can add the number +91-9850800464 to your contacts. Then, send a message through WhatsAp p which says “Add Baalgatha.”
They both get drown in the river. Other two goats on the other hand decide to cross the bridge but they realise that instead of fighting it is better to find a way to cross the bridge. One goat squats and the other crosses over the first goat and thus they are able to cross the bridge. Moral of the story is in times of crises , one should analyse the situation peacefully and tactfully and then act upon it.You can subscribe to this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, Hubhopper, Radio Public, Storiyoh, Tunein, Stitcher, and many other fine websites and apps where you listen to podcasts.If you have any comments or feedback, you can write to us at contact@gaathastory.com.
This is a story from the life of the Bodhisatta. Once a King decides to build a new palace, for which his workers decide to cut down a huge Sal tree. But a spirit resides in the tree, and it is worried that the younger trees that have grown around the big tree will also be destroyed int the process. He pleads with the King to spare the other trees. What does the King do?The moral of this story is that one should care for others- and that will not go in vain.
The Story of Akshay Tritiya

The Story of Akshay Tritiya

2019-05-0700:09:33

Today we bring to you an episode from Chants of India by Sriram, one of the shows from the gaatha story family of podcasts. Akshay Tritiya festival falls in the months of April and May, Sun and Moon are said to be at their planetary best, also known as Akha Teej.This day marks the Birth anniversaries of Lord Parshurama (6th incarnation of Lord Vishnu) and Goddess Annapurna. Ganesh and Ved Vyas started writing Mahabharata on this day.It is said that the river Ganga descended from Heaven to Earth on this day. Kuber was blessed by Goddess Lakshmi and he was made treasurer of the Gods.In Jainism- Lord Adinath (first Tirthankar's) celebration occurs on this day. This podcast is produced by gaatha story and you can listen on Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and other fine sites and apps where you listen to your favourite shows. Music: Sitar by Leonardoarena.You can visit https://indianchants.xyz to learn more about Chants of India by Sriram.
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Prashanth Uppalapati

Nice music and story narration.

Dec 27th
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gaatha story

Prashanth Uppalapati Thank you

Mar 28th
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Hemant Patel

nice 10/10

Oct 26th
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gaatha story

Hemant Patel Thanks

Mar 28th
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