So far the Panchatantra has been translated into more than 50 languages of the world. A unique feature of the tales is that most of the characters are animals; another is that the tales form a chain of stories; third, each of the tales has a distinct moral; and yet another, the tales have different levels of appeal. The morals that the Panchatantra seeks to teach continue to be relevant to this day and the stories themselves have not lost their novelty even two thousand years after they were first told.
ACK-Media is India's leading entertainment and education company for young audiences. The Jackal had ended his story with a word that the lion swore to kill any tiger he meets in the forest.
The tiger thanked the Jackal for warning him and ran away. He went back to thinking, and saw a leopard coming towards him. The Jackal thought that the Leopard had strong teeth, and went towards him. He told the leopard that he the leopard looked hungry, and the leopard replied that he was hungry, and that the Jackal had a fine elephant. The Jackal said that a lion had killed it, and had left him to guard it.
The Jackal also said that if the leopard was quick enough to escape before the Lion came, he would let the leopard eat some of the elephant before the lion came back.
But the Leopard got scared and said that if he didn't escape in time, it would be the death of him. So, the Jackal kept watch, and as soon as the Leopard cut throught the hide, the Jackal said that the Lion was coming, and without looking behind him, the Leopard ran for his life.
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The Jackal was just going to eat the flesh when one of his own kind came. Though brought up with lion's cubs, the jackal cub gets frightened at the sight of an elephant.
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