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Through small stories, the idea is to illustrate the greatness of the Indian culture. Through the stories one can learn the various aspects of the Indian life. We urge people to read the stories carefully, refer to the original Itihāsas and Purāṇas for the complete version of the stories (in Samskṛtam or other Bhāratīya bhāshas) and apply the moral learnt through the stories in their everyday life.You can browse the stories using:

  • Direct link to the stories. This is a series of pages having all the stories. (in English)
  • Stories in Telugu. This is a page that has links to pdf files having the stories in Telugu.
  • List of stories (168). Use this link to view the titles of all stories on this blog. You can choose a story and read it only.
  • Categories on the side-bar. Each category represents a moral.
  • List of important characters. Using this link we can see all stories related to a particular character.
  • Monthly Archives links on the side-bar.

See this page to know what we are doing currently.

See this picture to know what we were even around 200 years back: (2-2-1835, address to British Parliament)

We all know that “Sāre jahan se accha Hindustan hamāra“. But lets us make it still better…….

Most of the images posted on this blog are from bhagavata.org. These are copyrighted. However they mention in their site “If you want to use any of these images on your own website, please put them on your own server too. Do not steal any bandwidth“. The others, as far as we know, do not have any copyright issues. If a picture has a copyright issue (and is not from bhagavata.org) we just give a link to the picture.

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Published on May 14, 2006 at 7:18 am  Comments (433)  

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  1. Moderator,

    the look and fell of the blog is now more attractive and convinent for reading. The posts everyday are also very informative and helps us to retrace back to our spritual roots.

    Regards,
    Sri Ram.

    • sooooooooooooooooo……………………………..goooooooooooood. i appreciate you n your work ati uttam.

      • soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo………..goooooood.mindbloing you& ur work……!!!!!

      • can do more

      • ssssssssssssssssssooooooooooooooooooo goooooooooooooooooooddddddddddddddd

      • sooooooooo gooooood

    • Awesome really nice work :)

      http://techoindya.blogspot.in/

      • i realy like the stories

    • read Pakistani stories, udru stories,Hindi stories

  2. namaskar,

    this is a very usefull and enlightening website. it was overwhelming to see such a devoted site to exist. ( but a suggesion:- please recheck the facts of some stories, eg. the part where it is mentioned that arjuna was sent to exile by yudhishtir for 1yr.)( actually it was for 12yrs)

    this comment is in no way to show an disregard but with a humble view of contributing to this honest effort.

    thankyou

    Reply by MoralStories:

    Thanks for your comment. But Arjuna goes on Deshaatana for 1 year only. May be you are confusing with 12yrs when all Paandavas do 12yrs of Aranyavaasam and 1 yr of Agnyaatavaasam. This 1yr is separate from those 12yrs and happens before the 13yrs of Arnya and Agnyaata-vaasams of the Paandavas.

    • My dear Friend,
      Sorry for interruption but it was for 1 year only. This one year he lived as an female due to the Shaap by any Rishi. He met with his Daughter in law Uttara in this period only and became the teacher of Princess Uttara. When the Shaap got over and arjun came back to his original body thn Uttara started forcing him to marry with, but Arjun convinced her to marry with Abhimanyu because Arjuna was the teacher of Princess and the GURU is considered as a Father in our Hindu Culture.

      • Dear Sir, I am surprised to see these detailed replies. Can you pls tell me a short story on any of the 64 kalas learned by Krishna. I need this for my 3yr old daughter for her competition.

    • Dear MoralStories,

      Deepika is right. Arjuna spent 12 years away from the Pandavas (rest of them that is) during which time he went to the northeast and married a Naga princess, in fact he had married thrice during this time.

      Also this Lord Macaulay’s address to the English Parliament – it is wrong. Kindly remove this. There were rumours to this effect but apparently this particular address is untrue. Please verify, you will realise.

  3. This letter on your website talks about the views of a weak man ( lord macualay ), who thinks he can alter the destiny of a nation by teaching them a new culture , a new language , a new way of life. I am working in a call center , and I am proud to be an Indian and love the Indian values and its customs. The very essence of our culture is to absorb everything and still retain its special identity. In no way does learning a new culture makes one look down upon his own , on the contrary, we feel proud that we are increasing our knowledge. The result can be seen in silicon valley, and why go that far look what’s happening all around the world , we Indians are known for our technical expertise and hard work.

    Das

    • u r very good writier
      i am ur very big fan of ur

      • nycly done up..!!!

    • Nice written sir

      i like it

      • scissors are awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P

  4. India is not a country or a mass of land , it is dharma’s abode. It represents truth and truth alone. And for those ( lord macaulay ) who think that truth can be dominated , may the lord almighty forgive them.
    truth can never be dominated!!!!!!

    TRUTH AND TRUTH ALONE IS DOMINANT!

    • bakwas baand kar

    • it really rockz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Wow what a gem of a blog we have here! Thank you and a 1000 pranams.

    http://dharma.indviews.com

  6. cool

    • yah!!!!!!!!!haha!!!!.its really cool

      • Really boommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm…

  7. what you spend years building, people may destroy over night,boild anyway.
    if you are successful you win some false frienda & true enemies, succeed anyway.
    if you are honest &frank, pepole may cheat you, be honest & frank anyway.
    people are often unreasonadle, illogical & self centred, forgive them anyway.
    because you see, in the final analysis, its always between you & GOD.
    if was never between yo & them anyways !” (harpalsinh) botad

  8. what you spend years building, people may destroy over night,boild anyway.
    if you are successful you win some false frienda & true enemies, succeed anyway.
    if you are honest &frank, pepole may cheat you, be honest & frank anyway.
    people are often unreasonadle, illogical & self centred, forgive them anyway.
    because you see, in the final analysis, its always between you & GOD.
    if was never between yo & them anyways !” (harpalsinh) botad 09879112212 / 09924112212

  9. This is a good website

    • dddddddddddddd

  10. Indeed a moral stories store house. A ideal thing to have on the huge and Vast list of stories we Indians have.

  11. abbe it just hit the chord … just luved it!!!
    nice collection dude

    -sai

  12. I am very impressed with the collection of stories that you have with you. And it is nicely presented too. Rarely do we come across websites that leave a marking impression, and this has definitely etched a long lasting impression.

    Also start putting up stories on our independence, that are lesser known.

    Keep up the good work.
    regards
    Shivananda.

  13. Very good site. Lots of useful information. Keep up the good work.

  14. Bush is forever saying that democracies do not invade other countries and start wars. Well, he did just that. He invaded Iraq, started a war, and killed people. What do you think? What is he doing to us, and what is he doing to the world?
    Are we safer today than we were before?
    The more people that the government puts in jails, the safer we are told to think we are. The real terrorists are wherever they are, but they aren’t living in a country with bars on the windows. We are.

  15. I heartily appreciate the effort that you have put in creating and maintaining this site. Really it’s encouraging to see that still people love their culture. Hope this blog (if not a site) takes the indian culture to the shores far away.

    Surely I’m going to print and distribute the stories to the children around me.

    Regards&Thanks,
    Mallikarjuna Rao

  16. I am very much impressed with your noble effort. The waves of materialistic western culture are inundating our society and as a result our youger generations are oblivious of our rich culture and valuble traditions. I am sure that this is a commnedable effort to give our children the invaluable pearls and diamonds of our own splendid heritage.
    Congratulations for the commendable effort, which I hope would be everlasting.

  17. Sir, Only today I came accross this site. I find a lot of stories imparting morality in life. It will be very useful to every one.
    I have a small request. I was going through Sri Krishna Leela Part 12 about the Kuvalaypida. The story about the Elephant’s previous birth is quite interesting and appears new. Can I have this information? I will be grateful if the purana in which this appears is informed to me.
    With kind regards,
    Srinivasan

    • this is the best site evea …. very good english speakers used …

    • Thank you very much for this effort. You have published many stories that even an avid reader of mythology such as me did not know about…many, many thanks!!

  18. Hello, can you tell me what this image means please, i love this very much.

    thank you.

    Ra’anan

  19. hi can any one tell abt various libraries and address located in india. so that i can explore abt my culture and tradition more.

    • I can tell about a library which is more than 100 years old, their you can find about cultural values of whole India,that is SRI KRISHNA DEVARAYA ANDHRA BHASHA NILAYAM, SULTAN BAZAR, HYDERABAD,ANDHRA PRADESH,INDIA.

      • thank u

  20. Hi

    This is very good web site and moral stories are too good which encourage us to do our work as per Dharma. Even though it is difficult but we will try our best to do our as per Dharma. To do our work as per Dharma i think God should bless us.

    • faltu mein mujhe patao

  21. HI

    This is answer to the query raised by On May 2, 2007 at 2:58 pm S.Srinivasan regarding Elephant past history in which puranam it belongs.

    The answer is (Shri Bhagvat Puran.). You can search in google by typing Gajendra Moksham ). Ganjendra means Elephant and Moksham means no birth.

    I am not great Scholar of Sanskrit or any literature . I may be wrong also. Please forgive me if anything i wrongly gave inforamtion. My email is sriniwas@india.com

  22. wonderful …good….best site of this kind…
    sinaj……..

  23. Thank you very much for this effort. You have published many stories that even an avid reader of mythology such as me did not know about…many, many thanks!!

  24. Hi

    I found a page in this website where there was mentioned about the different yugas and manvantaras and no. of years in each of those yugas/manvantaras. Could anyone provide me with the link to that page of this website.

    Thanks a lot
    Aravind.

    REPLY BY MORALSTORIES:
    Link is http://moralstories.wordpress.com/2006/05/18/11kaala-mahima/

  25. very good website

  26. PRNAAM!!!

    I CANT EXPRESS MY HAPPINESS ON SEEING THIS PAGE…
    SHAASTRON SEE DURDUR TAK KOI SAMBANDH NA HONE KE KAARAN MAIN SWAYAM KO APNI SANSKRITI SE VANCHIT SAMAJHTI THI… SAMAJH NAHI AATA THA KISSE PUCHU KAUN DE SAKEGA BHARATIYA SANSKRITI KA PARICHAY… KAISE AA PAAUNGI IS SABHYATA KE ITNE NIKAT… IS WEBSITE KO DEKHKAR LAGTA HAI HAI GYAAN MAARG KI SHURUAAT MIL GAYI… I AM VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY HAPPY… MAY GOD BLESS YOU.. FOR DOING SUCH A NOBLE WORK…

    JAI SHRI KRISHNA!!!

  27. great !!!

  28. I’d prefer reading in my native language, because my knowledge of your languange is no so well. But it was interesting!

  29. very interesting, but I don’t agree with you
    Idetrorce

    • give me that

  30. Hi ,

    I have heard many mythological stories from my grandmother in my childhood. But this site has many other stories with great morals and values which I din’t knew all these years.
    Thanks a lot !!!

    Regards,
    Swetha

    • hi
      send me some moral stories which helps in changing or improving the society

    • i think you are right………… let me see and accept it tooooooo.

      suntoash.

  31. I am very proud to be born in a country with rich cultural heritage…There is no parallel to our culture…
    This is a wonderful website…i have come across it unexpectedly…it is very impressive…
    Thank you very much…

    Hari Om…

  32. a tribute to the great bharatiya samskruti.
    About « Moral Stories
    moral stories

  33. :)

  34. BLOG IS REALLY SUPERB…. REALLY WONDERFUL AND INFORMATIVE….

  35. RELLY SUPERB

  36. Samskruti

    not Samskruti. its Sanskruti

    REPLY BY MORALSTORIES:
    It is Samskruti . It is not Sanskruti. May be you are confused with the English usage of the term Sanskrit.

  37. VERY URGENT PLEASE

    very dear,
    it is very heartening to find a blog like this. hearty congrats for it!!
    surprisingly we found the statement of macaulay here! we have been looking for the source of it for quite some time. would you mind letting us know where from you have got it, please. is this quote available anywhere on the net?
    would you also give us your personal email address so that we can be in regular touch with each other.

    with love and best wishes,
    ever your in poorna dharma,
    suddha

  38. iam extremely happy to see this site which talks about OUR culture,moral values ,ethics and so on.
    this site should be visited by every indian to renew our culture and spread it to the whole world.
    If we live according to the dharma iam sure we would lead a harmony life

    thank you

  39. ITS VERY VERY USEFUL SITE. lET ALL OF US GO THEOUGH THIS.

    TRIDANDAPANI SRINIVASULU

  40. This has been a very good blog and the moral stories are good which will encourage the future generations to walk in the path of Dharma. The Internet has been lately doing a lot of good things for Hinduism and our dharma. May your tribe increase. A 1000 pranams and wishing you good health.

    http://www.hinduismnet.com/

  41. Very nice work :)

  42. Excellent site. I am really sad that there is no posts on this site for last 2 years. I am looking forward for the day we will start seeing new posts on this site.

  43. Why no updates?
    Please continue this blog. We are waiting

  44. Referring to the comments of Shobit Kaushik: To-day even Nepal is not a Hindu kingdom, anymore. the last Hindu king Gyanendra was deposed and thrown out. About other comments about Shri Krishna Bhagavan that the Srimad Bhagavatam as translated in English by Srila Prabhupada swami does contain the stories that you mentioned. You know our country, religion and culture has been attacked by Greeks, Shaka, Huna, Mongols and Britishers and everyone systematically tried to distort and damage it. Even today, Congress chamachas under Italian Christian Sonia said there is no Raam.It will require a Bhagirath effort to clean this Ganga. Late shri Kanaiyalal Munshiji (Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan famed)tried but his efforts were vetoed by Nehru.

  45. Unbelivable work for all indian ‘ plz refer this site to at max what you can do
    this is somthing very good & let people come to know abt this

  46. plz add stories on lord shiva. its my humble request

  47. Namaste,

    I found a picture on your blog “Ganga Descending”. Could you please cite the source as I am looking for a bigger size to print out.

    Thanks
    lalitya

  48. Hello! i like you website a lot,…but could you please post or say which country is the oldest in world?????
    India has a story’s where MahaVishnu took so many avatars,….but Western ppl. say Egypt…….what do u say India or Egypt or China??? I’m having this Question past 10 years…….but there is no answer for my Question….could you please help me!!!!! Thanks

    Regards

    Krishna……….
    OM NARAYANAYA NAMAH…….OM NAMAH SHIVAYA

  49. h i. Help me please) I looking for an informttion about computers. What can you advise to me? I realy need it, help me please!
    cealis online discount Thanks!

  50. Its Bharatiya SaNskruti… not SaMskruti!

  51. JAI RADHEKRISHNA

    THIS WEBSITE LEADS US ON DHARAM MARG AND THERE IS PLENTY TO LEARN FROM SUCH BEAUTIFUL STORIES. I AM VERY THANKFUL TO ALL THOSE MEMBERS OF THIS WEBSITE WHO HAVE TAKEN SO MUCH PAIN TO GATHER ALL SUCH REAL KNOWLEDGE AND SHARE WITH THE COMMOM MAN.
    SHRI KRISHNA JI BLESS THEM AND ALL PEOPLE WHO ARE ON DHARAM MARG AND ALSO THOSE WHO ARE FIGHTING AMONG THEMSELVES BECAUSE OF IGNORANT KNOWLEDGE.
    THOUGH I AM NO ONE TO COMMENT ON THIS BUT LOOKING AT THE CURRENT SCENARIO OF OUR BHARAT, SOME FEELING IS THERE…….WHY THIS KALYUGAM PERIOD HAS COME?

    JAI RADHEKRISHNA

  52. i need moral short stories

  53. This is a great website. A lot of hard-work and efforts must have gone and are going into making this.
    Many Thanks. May GOD bless you!

  54. This is an awsome website.There are many wonderful stories in this.This WEBSITE gives many knoledge to others.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!! may god be with you

  55. This seems to be a good venture to compile the stories from Indian mythology. It would also prove to be helpful for Indian parents to teach their children about the cultural heritage of their motherland…

  56. Most indian stories teach ‘sacrifice’.
    It is strange to see how almost every story has some lesson on scrificing and letting go…
    There are hardly any stories that explain rationality.

    I feel very bad when rational actions of choice are termed as ‘balidan’ or sacrifice in all our moral/patiotic stories….

    If a freedom fighter gives up his wordly life for nation, it is because he regards a free life as a higher value than wordly life in slavery. Giving up a smaller value for a higher value is not sacrifice, it is rationality.

    We should praise our heroes for their courage to choose a higher value of life….their integrity and intellectual clarity….

    Please do not call it sacrifice. If a woman gives up her beauty parlour expense to pay for her child’s medicine, thats not sacrifice, thats a rational decision.

  57. It is a great effort. this helps all of us to lead religious path.By help of like these sites we can move our new genertion to religious path.

    we are very grateful to the site makers.
    thanku so much fo rthis great effort.

  58. Congratulations…I wish there are more such efforts to revive the deep and vast knowledge that is there in our mythology, so that people can learn from them and stop running after the half researched notions of the modern era.

  59. very well said …………

  60. Зачётно

  61. RECENTLY BABA RAMDEV AT ONE PLACE HE HAS GIVEN SPEACH THAT WE BRAHMIN ARE NOT INDIAN WE BRAHMIN ALL ARE FOREIGNER SO PLEASE TELL HIM TO STOP SUCH NONSENCE!

  62. Dear Friends,

    I am from Kolkata and have been trying to bring like minded people together, so that we can sensitize the current generation about the greatness of our culture and heritage.

    Please, let us all come together – and conserve and develop our culture.

    You can kindly email me at dinesh@garghouse.com so that we can work together.

    With regards

    Dinesh

  63. Dear Friend,
    My hearty gratitude to you and your associates, who are contributing for this Samskritika seva. I have “Baraha – Multilingual Indian Languages Software(Can be downloaded from Web),which can do the Telugu Typing and I can type in Telugu. I will be happy if can make some contribution by typing stories and give.You can publish them, if you feel them Good.

    With Love

    Rama Krishna

  64. ok

  65. Comics on Morals stories

  66. വളരെ ഉപകാരപ്രദമാണ് ഈ സൈറ്റ്

  67. this is a wonderful website, i guess you must have gone through a lot of trouble to collect these stories. Please continue to maintain this website, i have seen some older websites with good moral stories have been taken off the internet.

  68. plz. send me every day good moral stories.

  69. comics on moral stories from India

  70. Very nice initiative.

  71. This is very good moral stories & very good website
    I like it.

  72. respected sir
    your website is very useful for the teachers like me but if it is in the dialouge form ,student might enact in the school programmes . so kindly consider my request and do the needful.

    thanking you

  73. I REALLY LOVED THIS WEBSITE AND IT IS A BRILLIANT MORAL FOR US.

  74. i really loved the page and it is awesome

  75. good story. it’s realy super. thanks for the submited then by authour.

    • This story is good. all of u happy for story. it’s beautiful. so thanks for the author.

  76. Dear friend,

    A Whole hearted namaskar to you for such great collection. Words are not enough to describe my happiness after going through this site.

    Kindly continue your esteemed effort.

    Regards,
    Sai

  77. NAMASKAR
    THIS IS A VERY GOOD COLLECTION OF GEMS OF INDIAN CULTURE . i HAVE NO WORDS TO SAY U THANKS FOR THIS VALUABLE MORAL STORY . PLZ ENRICH IT WITH MORE MORALS.

    I WANT TO SUBMIT SOME MORAL STORY . CAN IT BE ALLOWED IN THIS SITE , IF IT IS POSSIBLE THEN HOW I WILL DO IT ?
    PLZ REPLY ME .

  78. very nice stories and a very good presentation

  79. I cant believe you stopped new posts on this blog. Please write more. I added your blog to the nosle rss index, so you get more traffic. See http://god.nosle.com/2009/12/dushta-saangatya-dosham.html

  80. pranam,
    kindly suggest some story for the theme youth are not useless they are used less please help me
    rajasekar
    chennai

  81. Why have you stopped posting on this blog? Do keep up the good work

  82. hey what a funny

  83. Talking about traditional Indian stories, who can forget Chandamama? Well, it is still around and to add to their existing line up, they have a great website where you can access their old and new stories. Nice mythological classics apart from their contemporary stuff. There are activities for kids and wonderful stories to share. In fact, their site has recently introduced a new Alerts widget that informs the user every time new content is published on their site. And they are also on Amazon. You can find their books there. Check it out.

  84. love it

  85. I happen to read one of the story of this blog. It was really nice to have such a blog. Shall I invite you to bless readers of my blog, http://gyanaknowledge.wordpress.com/

    Jai Shree Krishna.

  86. Its nice to find a place with all stories related to Indian culture

  87. send best moral stories .
    please send fast
    any 4 stories

    • The Mughal Dynasty in India – Stories of Akbar and Birbal
      Background :
      Stories of Akbar and Birbal are extremely popular in India. The several
      instances when Birbal uses his wit and intelligence to calm the ire of Emperor
      Akbar and amuse him at the same time, are told to children from a very early
      age. It used to be part of the oral tradition of storytelling, but in recent years
      these stories have been compiled into books by various authors.
      Akbar was the third Mughal Emperor to rule over India in the 16th century.
      He is also known as Akbar the Great for his contributions in the areas of art,
      architecture and music. It said that in his reign, Hindus and Muslims lived side
      by side in syncretisic harmony. He was illiterate himself, but provided
      patronage to fine arts and literature. In his court he had Nine Jewels or ‘Navr
      tans.’ These were poets, musicians, advisers and learned men.
      The Story of how Birbal came to Akbar’s court
      Emperor Akbar loved to go hunting. On one such trip, he came across a
      young man named Mahesh Das. In the meeting that occurred, the Emperor
      was extremely impressed by the wit of Mahesh Das. The Emperor gave
      Mahesh Das his ring and asked him to come and visit him in his palace at any
      time.
      A few years later Mahesh Das decided to try his luck in the city and to
      take the emperor up on his offer. He reached the city of Agra where Emperor
      Akbar had his fort on the banks of the Yamuna River. At the gate of the fort he
      was greeted by the guards. He told them that he had come to visit with the
      emperor. The guards looked at him in disdain (since he was not very well
      dressed) and asked him why they should let him in. He showed them the ring
      that was given to him by the emperor as proof. One of the guards realized that
      this individual obviously was of importance to the emperor and gave him
      permission to enter, based on one condition:the young man would share half of
      what he received from the emperor with the guard.
      Mahesh Das promised to do so and was given access into the court of
      Emperor Akbar. He bowed to the emperor as he went in and showed him the
      ring. The reputedly benevelont Emperor Akbar recognized the ring and the
      young man and immediately offered him anything he wanted. The young man
      thought a while, and asked the emperor for fifty lashes of the whip.
      The emperor was amazed but he knew that Mahesh Das was a very
      astute young man and asked him for his reason for his wish. Mahesh Das
      revealed to the emperor that deal that he had made with the guard outside the
      fort. The emperor was thoroughly amused and angry at the same time. He
      awarded the fifty lashes to the guard for his impertinence and his habit of
      bullying people. He rewarded Mahesh Das by including him in his court and
      giving him all the comforts he could desire. He also bestowed on him the
      name of Birbal.
      Till this day, stories of Birbal’s wit are told to children in India.
      Reader’s Theater –
      Divide the students into groups and give each group this and
      other stories of Akbar and Birbal. Students will rewrite the story in Reader’s
      Theater format and enact it in for the rest of the class. After the presentation of
      each story, students will provide input on the moral behind each incident.
      As a follow up, they will write a story where wit was used to amuse
      or as way out of a sticky situation. This can be from personal experience or a
      story that they might have heard or read.
      Other Lesson Ideas :
      * Research on the lives of Akbar and Birbal
      * Comprehension questions
      1) Describe the characters of Akbar, Mahesh Das (Birbal) and
      the guard.
      2) What can you tell about the Mughal Dynasty based on the
      information from the story?
      3) If you could give a title to the story, what would it be?
      4) What would you ask Emperor Akbar and Birbal if you met
      them?
      5) What would you have asked Emperor Akbar if you were in
      the place of Mahesh Das (Birbal)?

  88. Hello……..
    This is Vji……….

  89. Very nice attempt. Bharathiya samskruthi needs to be protected and the only way is to leaarn samskritha through sanskrit. Samskritha bharathi is one such organaization doing it.

    One clarification. Can you give the source f where you found the maculay statement. Because To spread the word. It would be better if we do it with proof. Thanks

    • Thank you for your beautiful website. But one remark about Macaulay’s “Address to Parliament”. To quote Dr. Vishal Mangalwadi, an expert on that period:

      “The text is a complete forgery. Macaulay was in India from 1834-38. There is no way he could have even addressed the Parliament in 1835. The forger has not read even one of Macaulay’s speeches.”

  90. hey!u hv awesome stories to read and to tellmorals.there shld only moral stories if we search on moral stories.thanks

  91. india was great , is great , and will always be great

  92. It is very nice for each and everybody that one can learn the great values from the stories and can make them self a proper citizen.

  93. wassssssssssssss up????/ brothers n sisters. ur stories r great n awesome. i luv them. great job.

  94. HEY!IT’S AAYUSHI. i really like your’s moral stories and it really helpful to my brother!

  95. India is truly a great nation with strong families who love short stories. There are many great short moral stories for kids at http://www.familyfunshop.com/shortmoralstories.htm

  96. india is great nation and great values.It should be taught to our children through moral stories like ur media.keep it up andmy salutations to promoter.

  97. i like this bcz i found many knowledge about my country

  98. I like this bcozI FOUND MANY STORIES

  99. Namaskaram andi,
    Mi website chala bagundandi.nithi kathala lo neethi serious ga tiskunte life manchi darilo untundani na nammakam.andukani nenu oka book laga 200 stories collect chesi print chestunnanu.e book nenu ammadaniki kakunda andariki free ga panchadaniki chestunna.na deggar aaround 50 to 60 stories unnayi.mi degarraninchi konni stories borrow cheskovachha. mi lage e stories valla koncham anna chdivevallalo marpu ravalani na korika.

    Thank You.

    • I could contribute some of the stories for your book, please get in touch with my on above EMAIL ID with a copy to “kaypipee@gmail.com”
      Kishan Prasad P

      • Please also do let me know the name of the book you are trying to write.
        Kishan Prasad P

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  103. Hellooooo.. Sir.. i loved ur blog.. really very very nice.. Really appreciate ur efforts… gr88 job .. Sir I want ur permission ..
    I have created a Devotional page on facebook … “BHAKTI LOUNGE”
    i want to share the stories of ur blog there.. can I ??
    I’ll post the direct links of the ones which i shre there .. If u dont mind !!

  104. Hi this is a nice blog. The place where the Gajendra Moksha took place is Kapisthalam near Kumbakonam/Tanjore in Tamilnadu. Here is the link for the details on that temple. http://rajamala.wordpress.com/2010/10/05/gajendravaradhar-temple-kapisthalam/

  105. Post some new types of inspiring stories and other types
    of short stories.

  106. Thanks for nice information .Article was really nice and easy to understand .

    Thanks again

  107. please give me a moral stories books

  108. esta pagina es una cagada eehhh

  109. very interesting!!!

  110. i love my india so much that i cant express it even though am living aborad i still love it jai barath matha ki

  111. jai shree krishna

    meera ne hamesha sirf krishna ko chaha
    kash har premi krishna aur meera ki tarah soche

    meera ka pyar niswarth tha
    samaj k har bandhan ko todh kar meera ne apna dharm nibhayaa….

    may god bless you

  112. Thanks for such a nice information. This is very good.Please give me a moral story book. Superbbbbbbb!!!!

  113. Namaskar… You do have a wonderful collection of moral stories depicting our great Bharatiya culture. Well done… Can i publish short moral stories on your website? If yes, how should I do so?
    Thank You.

  114. Thanks for d information and can u plz send me these all moral stories via email on my email id.

  115. good

  116. Hari aum
    we have to change our attitude, we have to give support to our Sadgurus, if not we do this, then all nitya nandas will come to blame our self

    Let suppor our great gurus Like Asaramji Maha raj, Jiyendra saraswathi…

  117. wow a great said
    i liked this

  118. great i liked it very much…

  119. I would like to teach my Daughter about MORAL LIFE.Your this special activities via mails will surely help me a lot. Plz help me and my family to lead a best life.

  120. what else…
    loads and loads of thanks for your beautiful service.
    never ever stop t!

    ~god only prevails!~

  121. Here are some witty stories of Tenali Ramakrishna.

    Once the regular barber of the Great King Krishna Devaraya was being tried to be used as a ploy to insult the most favorite witty poet Tenali Ramakrishna. They induced the barber to make a request on the King while performing daily massage of the Body, for sending a poet to heaven to please and entertain the forefathers of the King Krishna Devaraya; by which the King would be pleased with the advice and reward suitably. The stupid Barber in his greedy to gain expensive rewards had done the same while he was giving the King a nice Body Massage. With this request, the King also thought the poor barber had made a request for his forefather but not anything for himself and hence had not doubted the real intention of wicket jealousy courtesans behind the request made through the barber.

    In the next Assembly session, the King Krishna Devaraya had declared that his fore father were feeling bored for want of a good entertaining poet, hence requested for suggestion of the best poet who could be sent to heaven so that he would go and entertain his forefathers. At this the wicket courtesans promptly suggested the name of Tenaali Ramakrishna who is the best entertainer of all the poets in the Vijayanagara Kingdom as such would be the most suitable person for the assignment. At this advice the King promptly asked Tenali Ramakrishna if he was willing to accept the task.

    Tenaali Ramakrishna, being a smart and intelligent person, had understood the wicked idea of the people behind the whole episode, promptly agreed but requested the King for sometime so that he could prepare himself for taking a soujourn to Heaven and made a request to leave for Heaven from a particular designated place nearby his home and sought for about a month time for the preparatory exercise.

    The King was pleased at the ready acceptance of the Poet Tenali Ramakrsihna and gave the time he had sought for.

    Meanwhile, before the expiry of the time given, Tenali Ramakrishna, with help of his confidants, had dug a small tunnel from the backyard of his house to the designated place from where he had requested for making a trip to Heaven; and covered with some makeshift thatched hut kind of place.

    On the appointed day and time, the King and all the people were assembled at the pre-designated place for sending Tenali Ramakrishna to Heaven in the service of entertaining the forefathers of the King Krishna Devaraya. While going, Tenali Ramakrishna had whispered something in the ears of the King that he would come back any time after One month at the call or even thought of the King about the Poet Rama Krishna. Thus Tenali Ramakrishna had been sent inside the Thatched Hut where a big pit was dug into which he had gone and the thatched hut was dismantled by throwing debris into the Pit where Tenali Ramakrishna was sent into.

    After about One month, King started feeling the absence of the witty poet who used to regularly entertain the King in his witty style of poetry. He just thought of Tenaali Ramakrishna; which Ramakrishna was very sure that the King would certainly remember him sometime or the other, about which he wittily thought and whispered into the ears of the King before going.

    After about One and half month, when the King Krishna Devaraya was assembed in his famour “Bhuvana Vijayam” Assembly hall, there comes a message that a person with a long uncut hair and beard is seeking the entry into assembly requesting for the audience of the King.

    The King being very polite to all sadhus and sages, promptly gives permission to give entry to the person.

    The person is brought in with long bearded with uncut hair in a very weird way; and was requested to be introduced.

    The person introduces himself as Tenaali Ramakrishna directly coming from Heaven at the thought of the King Krishna Devaraya.

    The king feels surprised since he thinks the Poet Tenali Ramakrishna had been sent to heaven and would never come back. He asked the Tenali Ramakrishna to prove his identity. At this he requests the king to get a barber who could cut his hair and bear so that his identity could be known.

    After a proper hair cut and share had been given, Tenali Ramakrishna’s identity had been made out.

    The King felt surprised and asked Tenaali Ramakrishna as to how come he could come back from the service of his forefathers. At this, the witty poet had told the King that the forefathers of the King were leading a good life except one great happiness.

    At this the King promptly asked the Poet as to what that unhappiness was about. The witty Tenali Ramakrishna had told the King that the Great King’s forefathers were not having a good barber and hence they were all having long uncut hair and bear as such feeling highly irritated at the uncut hair. Hence a most dedicated and reliable barber was the utmost urgent need for them in the heaven. In proof of that, the poet had shown his own beard and uncut hair which had been grown due to lack of barber services in the heaven.

    The King had immediately summoned his official Barber and asked him to be ready to go to heaven in service of the forefathers of the King.

    The barber got jittery and fell on the feet of the Poet Tenali Ramakrishna for having made unsual request to appease some of the mischievous courtesans.

    The King had been told of the whole story and once again felt highly entertained at the whole and gave enormous gifts to witty Poet Tenaali Ramakrishna.

    KISHAN PRASAD, P.

  122. PLEASE READ ‘WICKET’ AS WICKED WHICH WAS WRONGLY TYPED WHILE TYPING

    KISHAN PRASAD

  123. SOME SMALL GRAMMATICAL AND SPELLING MISTAKES HAVE BEEN IN MY ABOVE STORY WHICH MY KINDLY BE IGNORED SINCE THE WHOLE STORY WAS TYPED WITH MY KEYBOARD OF MY SYSTEM HAVING BEEN MISTYPED IN SPEED.

    KISHAN PRASAD, P

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  125. THIS IS VERY NICE I FEEL SO MUCH HAPPY BETTER THEN WHEN I LEASTEN TO STORIES

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  128. please specify how to download the stories

  129. this site is very good better then http://www.shortstoriesshort.com

  130. good stories it’s with moral

  131. i like and this site is very helpful for all

  132. Good Story

  133. saare jahan se accha india hamara

  134. it really good stories… tq

  135. its good.

  136. it’s really nice.

  137. RIGHTEOUS LIVING I – WHAT IS RIGHT WHAT IS WRONG When we accept equal right of everyone ,we act in consistency with the slogan of French Revolution “Liberty,Equality and Fraternity.” It’s now clear that in our discussion on the subject, two connotations of the word “right” have been used ..

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  138. Very nice stories…:D

  139. Hi,

    Very Good for your work on this WP!

    However, if you are not being annoyed by me, I would like to request that to make Stories in English to be PDF, so that people may get and read easy as like,

    If you can do a favor that send me all (English Stories) to me by PDF File through mailme@soelwin.info I would be very grateful to you if you can help me!

  140. Y its written in indian literature that vishnu wil leave the world in the end times n in Bible says Jesus is forever til n end of the world,Is not this cheating at the most required times he wil leave but Jesus wil remain ?

  141. Y it is al n maximum quotes of Gandhi r same from Bible,If u r slaped on one cheek show another cheek is from Bible

  142. TFDV

  143. Thank q sir, Its simply super storry information. Its too good. U have done a nice job.
    —————————————-sweety

  144. What a great letter you have posted. This means that we are still not aware of our real Education System (200 years back). Is there a way to dig out that gold and start working on it ?

  145. What a great letter you have posted . this means that we are still not aware real education

  146. very nice,,,

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  147. Spell of samskruti is sanskruti

  148. There’s no disputing the gifts of Tottenham-born Adele Adkins, the latest BRIT graduate to stroll into the charts. As we know from her single Chasing Pavements, she has a sensational voice: rich, robust, voluptuously bluesy.
    Is she the new Amy Winehouse?
    It is not quite right.
    True, both are white girls who owe a debt to black soul, both sing with a London twang (“I don’t get nuffin’ back,” rasps Adele on the punchy “Tired”), and both are in pieces because their man done them wrong.
    Eleven of the 12 songs on Adele’s debut are about heartbreak (the other, “Hometown Glory”, is about how cool London is).
    Adele, though, is easier to listen to than Winehouse. Her music is cleaner, less menacing: there’s the bright acoustic-guitar chime of “Daydreamer”, the lullaby twinkle of “First Love”, the plush strings of “Melt My Heart to Stone”.
    Her mesmerising singing tone, honest lyrics, jazz and soul influences, and brash Cockney speaking accent, echo Amy. But Adele’s delivery is far more delicate.
    Lyrically she’s simpler, too, occasionally even soppy: “When there’s no one there to dry your tears, I could hold you for a million years,” she gushes on “Make You Feel My Love”.
    Where Back to Black sounded emotionally and musically true, almost everything on the covers-all-bases “19” sounds like it was absorbed by osmosis at the London’s BRIT School for Performing Arts (where she, Katie Melua, Leona Lewis, Kate Nash and Winehouse are alumni).
    Some will find Adele rigidly old-fashioned. Her influences (Etta James, Dusty Springfield, Billie Holiday) are from another age.
    A cursory listen may lead you to conclude that Adele has a voice way in excess of her years. In terms of technical ability, that’s true.
    The instrumentation seems designed to usher you to that conclusion: a dash of jazz bass, the odd string arrangement that seems to take its cue from Massive Attack’s “Unfinished Sympathy”.
    “Sumptuous one moment then fragile the next, this is an album dripping with beauty and class.
    Adele’s voice caresses and inspires, and is superbly supplemented by piano, guitar and glorious orchestration”.(Lee Davis)
    All that we can say is that she sings with unabashed passion about a kind of pain we can all recognise, and that sort of thing doesn’t date.

    Made of Bricks
    Piece by Piece
    Spirit
    Always
    Rockferry

  149. give one more site hindi story telling because it was waste

  150. i am very big fam of ur

  151. really very nice and motivational stories….. its my first time but i like it.

  152. hey guys i m i m inneed of hardwork stories can anyone tell?plz and this page is amazing

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  154. Here are some witty stories of Tenali Ramakrishna.

    Once the regular barber of the Great King Krishna Devaraya was being tried to be used as a ploy to insult the most favorite witty poet Tenali Ramakrishna. They induced the barber to make a request on the King while performing daily massage of the Body, for sending a poet to heaven to please and entertain the forefathers of the King Krishna Devaraya; by which the King would be pleased with the advice and reward suitably. The stupid Barber in his greedy to gain expensive rewards had done the same while he was giving the King a nice Body Massage. With this request, the King also thought the poor barber had made a request for his forefather but not anything for himself and hence had not doubted the real intention of wicket jealousy courtesans behind the request made through the barber.

    In the next Assembly session, the King Krishna Devaraya had declared that his fore father were feeling bored for want of a good entertaining poet, hence requested for suggestion of the best poet who could be sent to heaven so that he would go and entertain his forefathers. At this the wicket courtesans promptly suggested the name of Tenaali Ramakrishna who is the best entertainer of all the poets in the Vijayanagara Kingdom as such would be the most suitable person for the assignment. At this advice the King promptly asked Tenali Ramakrishna if he was willing to accept the task.

    Tenaali Ramakrishna, being a smart and intelligent person, had understood the wicked idea of the people behind the whole episode, promptly agreed but requested the King for sometime so that he could prepare himself for taking a soujourn to Heaven and made a request to leave for Heaven from a particular designated place nearby his home and sought for about a month time for the preparatory exercise.

    The King was pleased at the ready acceptance of the Poet Tenali Ramakrsihna and gave the time he had sought for.

    Meanwhile, before the expiry of the time given, Tenali Ramakrishna, with help of his confidants, had dug a small tunnel from the backyard of his house to the designated place from where he had requested for making a trip to Heaven; and covered with some makeshift thatched hut kind of place.

    On the appointed day and time, the King and all the people were assembled at the pre-designated place for sending Tenali Ramakrishna to Heaven in the service of entertaining the forefathers of the King Krishna Devaraya. While going, Tenali Ramakrishna had whispered something in the ears of the King that he would come back any time after One month at the call or even thought of the King about the Poet Rama Krishna. Thus Tenali Ramakrishna had been sent inside the Thatched Hut where a big pit was dug into which he had gone and the thatched hut was dismantled by throwing debris into the Pit where Tenali Ramakrishna was sent into.

    After about One month, King started feeling the absence of the witty poet who used to regularly entertain the King in his witty style of poetry. He just thought of Tenaali Ramakrishna; which Ramakrishna was very sure that the King would certainly remember him sometime or the other, about which he wittily thought and whispered into the ears of the King before going.

    After about One and half month, when the King Krishna Devaraya was assembed in his famour “Bhuvana Vijayam” Assembly hall, there comes a message that a person with a long uncut hair and beard is seeking the entry into assembly requesting for the audience of the King.

    The King being very polite to all sadhus and sages, promptly gives permission to give entry to the person.

    The person is brought in with long bearded with uncut hair in a very weird way; and was requested to be introduced.

    The person introduces himself as Tenaali Ramakrishna directly coming from Heaven at the thought of the King Krishna Devaraya.

    The king feels surprised since he thinks the Poet Tenali Ramakrishna had been sent to heaven and would never come back. He asked the Tenali Ramakrishna to prove his identity. At this he requests the king to get a barber who could cut his hair and bear so that his identity could be known.

    After a proper hair cut and share had been given, Tenali Ramakrishna’s identity had been made out.

    The King felt surprised and asked Tenaali Ramakrishna as to how come he could come back from the service of his forefathers. At this, the witty poet had told the King that the forefathers of the King were leading a good life except one great happiness.

    At this the King promptly asked the Poet as to what that unhappiness was about. The witty Tenali Ramakrishna had told the King that the Great King’s forefathers were not having a good barber and hence they were all having long uncut hair and bear as such feeling highly irritated at the uncut hair. Hence a most dedicated and reliable barber was the utmost urgent need for them in the heaven. In proof of that, the poet had shown his own beard and uncut hair which had been grown due to lack of barber services in the heaven.

    The King had immediately summoned his official Barber and asked him to be ready to go to heaven in service of the forefathers of the King.

    The barber got jittery and fell on the feet of the Poet Tenali Ramakrishna for having made unsual request to appease some of the mischievous courtesans.

    The King had been told of the whole story and once again felt highly entertained at the whole and gave enormous gifts to witty Poet Tenaali Ramakrishna.
    There’s no disputing the gifts of Tottenham-born Adele Adkins, the latest BRIT graduate to stroll into the charts. As we know from her single Chasing Pavements, she has a sensational voice: rich, robust, voluptuously bluesy.
    Is she the new Amy Winehouse?
    It is not quite right.
    True, both are white girls who owe a debt to black soul, both sing with a London twang (“I don’t get nuffin’ back,” rasps Adele on the punchy “Tired”), and both are in pieces because their man done them wrong.
    Eleven of the 12 songs on Adele’s debut are about heartbreak (the other, “Hometown Glory”, is about how cool London is).
    Adele, though, is easier to listen to than Winehouse. Her music is cleaner, less menacing: there’s the bright acoustic-guitar chime of “Daydreamer”, the lullaby twinkle of “First Love”, the plush strings of “Melt My Heart to Stone”.
    Her mesmerising singing tone, honest lyrics, jazz and soul influences, and brash Cockney speaking accent, echo Amy. But Adele’s delivery is far more delicate.
    Lyrically she’s simpler, too, occasionally even soppy: “When there’s no one there to dry your tears, I could hold you for a million years,” she gushes on “Make You Feel My Love”.
    Where Back to Black sounded emotionally and musically true, almost everything on the covers-all-bases “19″ sounds like it was absorbed by osmosis at the London’s BRIT School for Performing Arts (where she, Katie Melua, Leona Lewis, Kate Nash and Winehouse are alumni).
    Some will find Adele rigidly old-fashioned. Her influences (Etta James, Dusty Springfield, Billie Holiday) are from another age.
    A cursory listen may lead you to conclude that Adele has a voice way in excess of her years. In terms of technical ability, that’s true.
    The instrumentation seems designed to usher you to that conclusion: a dash of jazz bass, the odd string arrangement that seems to take its cue from Massive Attack’s “Unfinished Sympathy”.
    “Sumptuous one moment then fragile the next, this is an album dripping with beauty and class.
    Adele’s voice caresses and inspires, and is superbly supplemented by piano, guitar and glorious orchestration”.(Lee Davis)
    All that we can say is that she sings with unabashed passion about a kind of pain we can all recognise, and that sort of thing doesn’t date.

    Made of Bricks
    Piece by Piece
    Spirit
    Always
    Rockferry
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  155. Here are some witty stories of Tenali Ramakrishna.

    Once the regular barber of the Great King Krishna Devaraya was being tried to be used as a ploy to insult the most favorite witty poet Tenali Ramakrishna. They induced the barber to make a request on the King while performing daily massage of the Body, for sending a poet to heaven to please and entertain the forefathers of the King Krishna Devaraya; by which the King would be pleased with the advice and reward suitably. The stupid Barber in his greedy to gain expensive rewards had done the same while he was giving the King a nice Body Massage. With this request, the King also thought the poor barber had made a request for his forefather but not anything for himself and hence had not doubted the real intention of wicket jealousy courtesans behind the request made through the barber.

    In the next Assembly session, the King Krishna Devaraya had declared that his fore father were feeling bored for want of a good entertaining poet, hence requested for suggestion of the best poet who could be sent to heaven so that he would go and entertain his forefathers. At this the wicket courtesans promptly suggested the name of Tenaali Ramakrishna who is the best entertainer of all the poets in the Vijayanagara Kingdom as such would be the most suitable person for the assignment. At this advice the King promptly asked Tenali Ramakrishna if he was willing to accept the task.

    Tenaali Ramakrishna, being a smart and intelligent person, had understood the wicked idea of the people behind the whole episode, promptly agreed but requested the King for sometime so that he could prepare himself for taking a soujourn to Heaven and made a request to leave for Heaven from a particular designated place nearby his home and sought for about a month time for the preparatory exercise.

    The King was pleased at the ready acceptance of the Poet Tenali Ramakrsihna and gave the time he had sought for.

    Meanwhile, before the expiry of the time given, Tenali Ramakrishna, with help of his confidants, had dug a small tunnel from the backyard of his house to the designated place from where he had requested for making a trip to Heaven; and covered with some makeshift thatched hut kind of place.

    On the appointed day and time, the King and all the people were assembled at the pre-designated place for sending Tenali Ramakrishna to Heaven in the service of entertaining the forefathers of the King Krishna Devaraya. While going, Tenali Ramakrishna had whispered something in the ears of the King that he would come back any time after One month at the call or even thought of the King about the Poet Rama Krishna. Thus Tenali Ramakrishna had been sent inside the Thatched Hut where a big pit was dug into which he had gone and the thatched hut was dismantled by throwing debris into the Pit where Tenali Ramakrishna was sent into.

    After about One month, King started feeling the absence of the witty poet who used to regularly entertain the King in his witty style of poetry. He just thought of Tenaali Ramakrishna; which Ramakrishna was very sure that the King would certainly remember him sometime or the other, about which he wittily thought and whispered into the ears of the King before going.

    After about One and half month, when the King Krishna Devaraya was assembed in his famour “Bhuvana Vijayam” Assembly hall, there comes a message that a person with a long uncut hair and beard is seeking the entry into assembly requesting for the audience of the King.

    The King being very polite to all sadhus and sages, promptly gives permission to give entry to the person.

    The person is brought in with long bearded with uncut hair in a very weird way; and was requested to be introduced.

    The person introduces himself as Tenaali Ramakrishna directly coming from Heaven at the thought of the King Krishna Devaraya.

    The king feels surprised since he thinks the Poet Tenali Ramakrishna had been sent to heaven and would never come back. He asked the Tenali Ramakrishna to prove his identity. At this he requests the king to get a barber who could cut his hair and bear so that his identity could be known.

    After a proper hair cut and share had been given, Tenali Ramakrishna’s identity had been made out.

    The King felt surprised and asked Tenaali Ramakrishna as to how come he could come back from the service of his forefathers. At this, the witty poet had told the King that the forefathers of the King were leading a good life except one great happiness.

    At this the King promptly asked the Poet as to what that unhappiness was about. The witty Tenali Ramakrishna had told the King that the Great King’s forefathers were not having a good barber and hence they were all having long uncut hair and bear as such feeling highly irritated at the uncut hair. Hence a most dedicated and reliable barber was the utmost urgent need for them in the heaven. In proof of that, the poet had shown his own beard and uncut hair which had been grown due to lack of barber services in the heaven.
    RIGHTEOUS LIVING I – WHAT IS RIGHT WHAT IS WRONG When we accept equal right of everyone ,we act in consistency with the slogan of French Revolution “Liberty,Equality and Fraternity.” It’s now clear that in our discussion on the subject, two connotations of the word “right” have been used ..

    The King had immediately summoned his official Barber and asked him to be ready to go to heaven in service of the forefathers of the King.

    The barber got jittery and fell on the feet of the Poet Tenali Ramakrishna for having made unsual request to appease some of the mischievous courtesans.

    The King had been told of the whole story and once again felt highly entertained at the whole and gave enormous gifts to witty Poet Tenaali Ramakrishna.
    There’s no disputing the gifts of Tottenham-born Adele Adkins, the latest BRIT graduate to stroll into the charts. As we know from her single Chasing Pavements, she has a sensational voice: rich, robust, voluptuously bluesy.
    Is she the new Amy Winehouse?
    It is not quite right.
    True, both are white girls who owe a debt to black soul, both sing with a London twang (“I don’t get nuffin’ back,” rasps Adele on the punchy “Tired”), and both are in pieces because their man done them wrong.
    Eleven of the 12 songs on Adele’s debut are about heartbreak (the other, “Hometown Glory”, is about how cool London is).
    Adele, though, is easier to listen to than Winehouse. Her music is cleaner, less menacing: there’s the bright acoustic-guitar chime of “Daydreamer”, the lullaby twinkle of “First Love”, the plush strings of “Melt My Heart to Stone”.
    Her mesmerising singing tone, honest lyrics, jazz and soul influences, and brash Cockney speaking accent, echo Amy. But Adele’s delivery is far more delicate.
    Lyrically she’s simpler, too, occasionally even soppy: “When there’s no one there to dry your tears, I could hold you for a million years,” she gushes on “Make You Feel My Love”.
    Where Back to Black sounded emotionally and musically true, almost everything on the covers-all-bases “19″ sounds like it was absorbed by osmosis at the London’s BRIT School for Performing Arts (where she, Katie Melua, Leona Lewis, Kate Nash and Winehouse are alumni).
    Some will find Adele rigidly old-fashioned. Her influences (Etta James, Dusty Springfield, Billie Holiday) are from another age.
    A cursory listen may lead you to conclude that Adele has a voice way in excess of her years. In terms of technical ability, that’s true.
    The instrumentation seems designed to usher you to that conclusion: a dash of jazz bass, the odd string arrangement that seems to take its cue from Massive Attack’s “Unfinished Sympathy”.
    “Sumptuous one moment then fragile the next, this is an album dripping with beauty and class.
    Adele’s voice caresses and inspires, and is superbly supplemented by piano, guitar and glorious orchestration”.(Lee Davis)
    All that we can say is that she sings with unabashed passion about a kind of pain we can all recognise, and that sort of thing doesn’t date.

    Made of Bricks
    Piece by Piece
    Spirit
    Always
    Rockferry
    ���� � �������� � ���, ��������� ���� � ����������� �� ����� ����� � ��� ���� �������������� ��������: ������, ������ ��������� � ��� ���

  156. heyy guys ur website is d best kudos

  157. please send me a short story based on the moral-Prayer is the greatest power.

  158. о том что выше, название этого символа 34deropekolitascorettikolma

  159. HEARTLY THANKS!

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    さあ、私たちは偉大な沈黙のために夏を設定した後、偉大な娼婦に敬意を払うしましょう??!

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