List of stories

  1. Importance of Keeping one’s word — Story of Arjuna going on Tiirtha-yaatra.
  2. Great people are always humble — Story of Setu Bandhanam by Shri Raama.
  3. Cleanliness is next to Godliness — Story of Udanka.
  4. Respect to elders — Story of Mrukanda maharshi.
  5. Be happy with what you have — Story of Sudaama.
  6. Hard work can do wonders — Story of Bhageeratha.
  7. Following Dharma always — Episode of Yaksha-prashna to Yudhidhthira.
  8. Draupadi, an ikon of a true Indian woman — Episode of Ashwatthaama killing the Upa-paandavas.
  9. What you gave is your only investment — Neeti Katha
  10. The Story of Rantideva
  11. Kaala Mahima — Story that shows Bharatiya Kaala-maanam.
  12. Satyameva Jayate — A small story of Satya Harishchandra.
  13. Seva to parents alone is enough! — Story of Paanduranga.
  14. Think twice before you act — Story of King Nruga.
  15. Do not blame others — Neeti Katha.
  16. The story of two Yogis — Neeti Katha.
  17. The story of two brothers — Story of Shankha and Likhita showing importance of Dandaneeti.
  18. Story of the great Parikshit maharaja
  19. Story of Naimishaaranyam — Story of Gauramukha maharshi.
  20. Power of always speaking the truth — Poushya-udanka charitra
  21. Vinayam gives Vruddhi. Ahankaar destroys — Story of King Nahusha.
  22. Story of Shiva and Vishnu — Story showing ekatvam of Shiva and Vishnu.
  23. Duraasha leads to difficulties — Neeti Katha.
  24. Bali-chakravarti’s story
  25. The story of Kashyapa and Takshaka
  26. Nachiketa’s Pitruvaakya paripaalana
  27. Indradyumna’s story
  28. Darpam and paarushyam are more dangerous than haalaahalam — A small story of Yayaati.
  29. Unnata Aadarshaas of Bhaarateeyas – Kalyaanam — Story of Jaratkaaru, Devala maharshis.
  30. Satyavrata — Story of Satyavrata.
  31. Sādhana, dīkha of a cātaka pakhi — Neeti Katha.
  32. The story of Dilīpa Mahārāja
  33. Bhakti of Toṇḍamān Cakravarti and Bhīma kulāla
  34. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -1 — Shakataasura Bhanjanam.
  35. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -2 — Trunaavarta Bhanjanam.
  36. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -3 — Vatsaasura Bhanjanam.
  37. The story of Cyavana and fishermen
  38. Greatness of Vidyābhyāsam — Story of Kacha.
  39. The story of a Karhaka — Neeti Katha
  40. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -4 — Bakaasura Bhanjanam.
  41. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -5 — Aghaasura Bhanjanam.
  42. Story of the great Nāī Jagha
  43. A story of the great Raghumahārāja
  44. The great Shrī Rāma Bhakta, Kāka Bhuśuṇḍi
  45. Sweet words of a wise Parrot — Neeti Katha.
  46. Vartaka teaches a Paṇḍita — Neeti Katha.
  47. The King’s Daiva-Prārthana — Neeti Katha.
  48. Kaliyugam — Story told by Maarkandeya maharshi to Yudhishthira.
  49. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -6 — Dhenukaasura Bhanjanam.
  50. The great Vikramāditya Mahārāja
  51. Śrī Śaila Śikharam — Neeti Katha.
  52. Kaikasī’s Śiva Bhakti — Conversation between Kaikasi and Raavana before Tapas for Atma-lingam.
  53. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -7 — Kaaliya Mardanam.
  54. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -8 — Pralambaasura Bhanjanam.
  55. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -9 — Vyomaasura Bhanjanam.
  56. Story of a Brahmarākhasa
  57. Dharmasūkhmam — Episode of Arjuna and Duryodhana asking Shri Krishna for help.
  58. Uttama Dānam — Neeti Katha.
  59. Story of the famous Pravara
  60. Saadhu’s anger — Neeti Katha.
  61. Śrī Kṛṣha līlas -10 — Arishthaasura Bhanjanam.
  62. Meera Bai — Previous janma katha of Meera Bai
  63. Deepaka’s Guruseva
  64. Aadikavi Shri Valmiki maharshi
  65. The story of the great Shibi Chakravarti
  66. Dambhodbhava’s story
  67. Bhaagavata Saptaaha Mahima — Story of Gokarna maharshi
  68. Story of Yavakriita
  69. Vikrasena, the King of Ujjaini — Story that shows Kapata buddhi of a Vartaka
  70. Shri Raama — Dharmagnyah — Episode of Vibhishana Sharanaagati
  71. God always protects Sajjanas — Episode of Bhagadatta-Arjuna Yuddham
  72. Shri Raama — Satyasandhah — Episode of Shri Raama giving abhayam to maharshis
  73. Bhakta Purandaradas — Story of how a lobhi turns into a Bhakta
  74. Shri Raama — Prajaanaacha-hiteratah — Story of Shri Raama pattaabhishekam
  75. Lazy Somayya — Story showing how a lazy person can be destructive to the society
  76. Bhuutadaya
  77. Story of a Ratna Choraka
  78. Vyaaghrapaada maharshi — Story that shows Nishkaama Bhakti of Vyaaghrapaada maharshi
  79. Story of Heeraakaanii — Small story showing the greatness of Chatrapati Shivaaji
  80. Shri Gautama maharshi -1 — Story that shows paropakaara buddhi of Shri Gautama maharshi
  81. Naarada maharshi’s upadesham — Episode of Naarada maharshi teaching Raaja-neeti to Yudhishthira
  82. Shri Gosvaami Tulasidas
  83. Satsangatyam — Neeti Katha
  84. Shri Raama — Yashasvi — Story of Shri Raama doing Pitru-kaaryam and maharshi-seva.
  85. Vidura Neeti -1 — Episode of Vidura doing Neeti-bodha to Dhrutaraashtra.
  86. Vidura Neeti -2 — Episode of Vidura doing Neeti-bodha to Dhrutaraashtra.
  87. Vidura Neeti -3 — Episode of Vidura doing Neeti-bodha to Dhrutaraashtra.
  88. Shri Gautama maharshi -2 — Story of Gautama maharshi bringing Godaavari from Paramashiva.
  89. Story of a Pandita and a Varaaham — Neeti Katha.
  90. Story of Saktuprastha
  91. Importance of Vastram — Episode of Yamalaarjuna Bhanjanam.
  92. Guggula Kalasha Naayanaar’s Bhakti
  93. Ghosha Yaatra — Episode of Ghosha Yaatra – showing Matsaram of Duryodhana.
  94. Veera Abhimanyu — Story showing Kutila buddhi and adharma-yuddham of the Kauravas.
  95. Bharata — Rushabha maharaja putra -1 — Story showing greatness of Bharata on whose name our country got the name Bhaarata Varsham.
  96. Bharata — Dushyanta putra — Story showing greatness of Bharata, the story of whose dynasty is ‘Mahaa Bhaaratam’.
  97. Akshaya Paatra — Story showing Atithi-seva of Yudhishthira.
  98. King Bhartruhari becomes a Viraagi
  99. Story of Ghushma — Kshetra-puraanam of Ghumeshvara Jyotirlingam.
  100. Maata-pita seva is alone enough! — Story of Sukarma and his Maata-pita seva.
  101. The story of Prataapabhaanu — Raavana’s puurva-janma katha.
  102. Somu’s Krutagnyata — Neeti Katha.
  103. Destruction of Dwaaraka
  104. Story of Sunandana — Story showing importance of ‘Sthavishthah’ naamam in Vishnu Sahasranaamam.
  105. Vidyaa Daana Mahima — Story of Shataananda doing Vidyaa Daanam to Sangira.
  106. Bhuu Daana Mahima — Story of Taamratundam.
  107. Story of Dharmavyaadha — Story showing importance of Maata-Pita seva.
  108. Vishvaasa Ghaatuka Ninda — Neeti Katha.
  109. Story of Vedasaagara — Story showing importance of Gurubhakti for learning Vidya.
  110. Ekachakrapura Baka Vadha — Episode of killing the Bakaasura by Bhimasena.
  111. Vande Maataram — Story showing origin, greatness and present fate of Vande Maatara geetam.
  112. Think before acting — Neeti Katha.
  113. Annapuurna — Story of Dokkaa Seetaamma, a great Anna-daata.
  114. Aashraya Parityaaga Dosham — Episode where Indra meets a Shukam while doing Teertha-yaatra with Vaamana Murty.
  115. Dadhiichi Mahaa-muni — Story showcasing the Paropakaara-gunam of Dadhiichi muni.
  116. Abhaya Daanam — Story showing the greatness of Raghu maharaja and his Sharanagati-dharmam.
  117. Goagūchi — Story showing Shiva Bhakti of Goagūchi
  118. Upadesha-arhata — Stroy showing importance of Guru for Vidya.
  119. Dronaachaarya — A very brief story of Drona, the Guru of the Paandavas.
  120. Priya Vrata — Story of the great King Priya Vrata.
  121. Shri Raama — Rakshitaa-svasyadharmasya — Episode of Kaakaasura-bhanjanam
  122. Shri Raama — Dhanurvedecha-nishchayah — Episode of Shri Raama taking Vishnu-dhanuh from Parashuraama
  123. Mayuura Dhvaja — Story of the great Tyaagi, Shri Krishna Bhakta, Mayuura Dhvaja
  124. Upakaari — Neeti Katha.
  125. Why Raamaayanam — Neeti Katha.
  126. Gautama’s Elephant — Story telling what Punyam is got from what Kaaryam.
  127. Nishkaama Karma — Story of Tulaadhaara Vartaka and Jaajali Maharshi.
  128. Sheela Sampada — Story of Prahlada and Devendra.
  129. Sahanam — Story of Shri Krishna and Duurvaasa Maharshi.
  130. The great Kushika Maharaja — Story of Kushika and Chyavana Maharshi.
  131. Gopayya’s Honesty — Neeti Katha.
  132. The story of Gajam Kachchhapam — Story of two brothers Vibhaasa and Suprateeka.
  133. Story of Padmapaada and Bayanna — Story showing Bhakti of Bayanna and Guru-bhakti of Padmapaada.
  134. Suvarṇaṣhṭhīvi — Story of Srunjaya maharaja, Shri Naarada maharshi and Suvarnashtheevi.
  135. Dharma Nirnayam — Story of Sudhanva and VIrachana, the Prahlaada putra.
  136. Vishnuchitta – 1 — Story describing the society at birth of the great Bhakta, Vishnuchitta.
  137. Puraana Kathaa Shravanam — Story of Vimukti of two Gandharvas by Seeta Raama.
  138. Kaatama Raaja — Story of Kaatama Raaja and a Braahmana
  139. Daatrutvam — Story of Kaashiinaatha Naageshvara Rao.
  140. Dharmabalam — Story of Bheeshmaachaarya and Ugraayudha.
  141. Mangalahasti — Neeti Katha.
  142. Nishkapata-buddhi — Story of Aachaarya Praphulla Chandra Rai.
  143. Shri Krishna Leelas -11 — Story of Keshi Vadha.
  144. Kaarya-Deeksha — Story of Shri Jayprakash Narayan.
  145. Shri Krishna Leelas -12 — Story of Kuvalayapeeda Bhanjanam.
  146. Ekaagrata — Story of Madhav Rao Golvarkar.
  147. Shri Krishna Leelas -13 — Story of Chaanuura-Mushtika Vadha.
  148. Garvam — Story of Naarada Maharshi testing Nandana.
  149. Vishnuchitta -2 — Story showing Atithi seva of Vishnuchitta.
  150. Audaaryam — Story of Vikramaditya and a Braahmana in Chitrakuutam.
  151. Pratignyaa-paalana — Story of Deenabandhu Chittaranjan Das.
  152. Paropakaara-buddhi — Story of Vikramaditya and a Vartaka.
  153. Devasharma’s Duraasha — Panchatantra Neeti Katha.
  154. Raamayya’s Vrushabhams — Neeti Katha.
  155. Vitarana Buddhi — Story of Vikramaaditya and Avanti Raaja.
  156. Shasha-Pakshi-Maarjaala Katha — Panchatantra Neeti Katha.
  157. Daana Gunam — Story of VIkramaaditya giving Divya Kundalas to a Braahmana.
  158. Krishnaahi-Jambukam-Vyaapaari Katha — Panchatantra Neeti Katha.
  159. Bhakta Chikroda and Govardhana — Story of Shri Raama blessing squirrel and Govardhana Giri.
  160. Vikramaaditya saves a Vipra Strii — Story showing Paropakaara-buddhi of Vikramaaditya.
  161. Story of Sunandinii — Neeti Katha.
  162. Govardhana Giri Puuja — Shri Krishna tells why we must worship Nature and cattle.
  163. Nija Bhakta Hrudayam — Story of Hanumaan explaining why there are dark regions in Moon.
  164. Dushta-saangatya Dosham — Panchatantra Neeti Katha.
  165. Paropakaari — Story of Bhogaraaju Pattaabhi Seetaaraamayya.
  166. A Lobhi cannot get sat-gati — Neeti Katha.
  167. Sva-Dharmam — Story of Aadi Shankaraachaarya and a Vruddha.
  168. Poundareeka Vaasudeva — Story of the “False Vasudeva”.
Published on August 16, 2006 at 3:39 pm  Comments (157)  

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  1. what about the story about shravana’s devotion to his parents?

    Reply by MoralStories:

    Thanks for your comment. We will post the story as soon as possible.

    • its sexy’

      • are u ok??

      • Good stories

  2. An excellent site. I liked its unique way of presentation.

    The language used in the stories have a fine balance of English and samskritam, making our reading enjoyable.

  3. Its a pleasure to see such a site. May I get in touch with the people who r responsible for maintaining this site?

    Its a great way to make people aware of our heritage.

    Ananda

  4. Its good to recollect out Hinduism Once again to this type of sites, We wil know the exact good way how to handle our life with worship.

  5. glad to recollect my old days with help of these stories thx. better to insert soem miracles of divine persons.

  6. Excelent Hinduism story collection ,I asked my daughter to read one story a day.Thank you very much.

  7. Well done! I liked the moral stories. Would like to see stories of Chanayakya. Also some stories on Unity/sanghatan.

  8. Very Nice Moral Stories which makes me promise to adhere to the Ethics and Morals each time I read.

  9. An outstanding effort indeed. Although your focus is on highlighting Dharma and Values of Bharat, at a convenient time, you may diversify a little and bring out a series on the cultural and historical lineage of our country. I am always fascinated by the strong Indian influence and presence in entire South East Asia during early periods. You may research and furnish details on “Indianism or Indian roots” in South East Asia. An Oxford publication titled “Oxford Atlas of World History” gives a very detailed account of Indian background of the SE Asian.

  10. Hi

    How about including vikram , Bethal stories ?

    Thanks,
    krishna

  11. Great stories. Thanks for compiling them and giving them life.

  12. Excellence efforts made by you. It is very useful to learn about our own heritage. thanking you. Adalarasan, Rameswaram. Tamilnadu

  13. I BECAME DAILY READER OF THIS SITE.REALLY WE APPRECIATE UR THOUGHT AND EFFORT TO SPREAD OUR HINDU CULTURE AND GREATNESS ALL OVER ALL WORLD.

    PLZ TRY TO ADD EVEN OUR GREAT FREEDOM FIGHTERS STORIES TOO

  14. Respected Author,
    I fondly remember my childhood, the time when my grandparents would narrate the above stories during bedtime. As I grew up I sometimes wondered how these stories could relate to our present day life. Thanks to your wonderful website, I can now relate morals of those stories and comprehend its value to ours and the future generations.
    For the benefit of many, who are unable to find this treasure, I suggest that you please consider to create a google gadget(http://www.google.com/ig/gmchoices?hl=en)
    and randomly post one story with its moral everyday. This will increase the visibility of this blog for the benefit of all.

    Thanks and Best Regards
    Deepak Baindur

  15. very good

  16. very nice chalabagunnadi

  17. Great contribution toword the socity. I hope this site will contribute to regain forgotten usefull stories

    thanks for uploading.

  18. there is’t much about meera bai in here….loads of things about her i’m sure people would love to read

  19. Very Good Sites for Learing many things in Life.

    • yes..
      u r absolutely correct..

  20. What a humongous effort!!!! I admire your work. I see suggestions of other readers to include stories of historical figures and so on. I think such stories have a place apart from this one. Mythology is an integral part of a society’s collective consciousness. So it is important not to lose sight of its significance, so it must be kept exclusive as it is now. Thanks and wishes for your continued service.

  21. Great collection of Stories.. Wow!!!!!

  22. Thanks

  23. Hare Krishna!! Thanks a lot, i just found that i didnt knew many Krishna Leelas until now

  24. Thank you,

    Glad to read such interesting and forgotten stories.
    Actually I was searching for a story on purandara dasa. It is a story relating how vittala helped him to give his anger. The story goes like this where purudhara dasa hit his disciple who was actually vittala in disguise, for which he was punished for robbing vittala’s braclet. He was tide to a pillar and thrashed.

    Can I get the entire content of the story for the above outline.

  25. What about Vikramarka and bethala stories….if u ask anyone about stories first comes into mind is “the adventures of hte great emperer vikramarka..please include them…iam searching for them desperately…

  26. great collection of stories.

  27. really this is tremendous job.very good collection of moral stories ….if posible please try to involve our great 18 puranas..tanku

  28. Really impressed. I have my little site called Indiatales.com where I am publishing some of the stories that I know with illustration for children.

  29. great work & good moral stories !!

  30. GREAT COLLECTION OF MORAL STORIES.THEY ARE VERY

    INFORMATIVE AND ENCOURAGING.CAN YOU PLEASE INCLUDE

    STORIES ON OUR FREEDOM FIGHTERS.

    MAHISHASUR MARDANI SHOLKA-REQUEST TO SEND THAT

    THANKS A LOT

  31. i am really impressed wiht the work. keep it up!!!

  32. WOW THERE R ALOT OF MORALS

  33. GOOD JOB

  34. Fabulous stories which teach something or the other.
    Outstanding!!!!

  35. i want a story with moral and also with picture because i want to published that story in my college magazine.can u send me the topic?i will be very thankful to you.

  36. What an impressive list of stories, may the number increase. It is really good to recollect the stories your grandma told you…

  37. Very useful work! Excellent Service!!

  38. hi
    I have still not explored your blog
    but loking at the description adn the contents only i liked the concept so much.
    Thanks to you..
    and last but not the least
    Great Idea and great work indeed
    We need such things in todays world i believe !!!

  39. Pranams,

    “samyak krutah samskrutah”

    You are doing a great job !

    i wish your efforts bring a great change in the little ones of the world. These are the days where the values are being forgotten and education departments are also not bothered much in value education. I welcome people suggest some means for giving propaganda for this great work.

    warm regards

    srivenkatadasa

  40. … ok but more english plz

  41. where can i get a story of moral “all that glitters is not gold”?

  42. What a wonderful site which shows the best examples of all good things in the world not only for Hindus but for for every human beieng.
    You name it You have it here so simple to read and to explain for our younger generation & for all ages.
    What a brilliant idea whoever got this in their divine minds.
    Words are incomplete to describe this essential web site

  43. Wonderful stories. Even at the age of forty I have learnt very useful and good articles which I have never come so far.Thanks.

  44. it is excellent one

  45. namaskarams, as a pre school teacher,iam very greatful to you. this site is very useful to me to say more stories to kids, and very helpful to motivate my primary level children for pre reading.done an appreciable work.

  46. Hi

    These stories are so much good.These stories give you right learnings every time.These stories are not for only childern elders also get learnings stories are helpful choose right path.

  47. Very Nice collection.. I really appriciate your hard work…

  48. What a great effort! I was looking for something my son would benefit from and found this collection with a wealth of information that the whole family can enjoy. Thanks for your effort.

  49. wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww…………!excellent stories .no words for this stories.we are expecting more new moral stories from uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu……… thak uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu………….. from your well wishers – sri hari and pavani the children of ponnaganti family

  50. Hi Moral Stories Team,

    I havent read such type of stories in my whole life.
    Thank for all the efforts by your team and making collection for these wonderful stories.

    I really appriciate your efforts. You are doing the great job, keep it up and best of luck for your future.

    Regards,
    Rajat Bansal

  51. Vanakam

    Thank you for the person who develop this side for let the hindus especially to read it. I appreciate your effort and hope the others outside there will access to this page to know about the stories exist in Hindus. These a first time I had open it and found that, why i dont know it? too many stories to knew.

    Thanks.
    Akash

  52. very nice moral stories with examples.i had never seen a website having such examples.thanks for creating this website.

  53. It is a marvolous effort.
    I appreciate the authors for making the treasure of Indian Mythology and contemporary issues available all.

    You may pleasae keep some stories relating to”Do unto others as you want others do unto you”

    Best Wishes

  54. hi this is a very good site.helps to enlighten ur spirits and differenciate what is to be done [good or bad]

  55. more stories on gurubhakti please

  56. Very Nice Stories

  57. thanks for providing us this stories. this is best way for knowing our god and great persons.

  58. Good work. A must read for the young generation

  59. Respected Author ,
    Wow,,, a g8 task of getting this stroies on web,, hope many people read and enjoy it and learn lot of lessons form it,
    I m a muslim from india,, after i read many stories i feel as if many are actually based on Holy Quran and saaying of Prophet Muhammed ( May All prevail his religion)
    I have many time browse about Prophet Muhammed In Hindu Scriptures,, where i find soo much stuff related to advent of Holy Prophet which is really much more then wat is written in Old & New testments,, and all the other religious books,
    I wish that all the hindu Brothers really help each other and establish the peace in india. India is a land for which the Holy prophet said he got cool breeze from india by this i can understand how holy is this land,, and by reading the stories above i really feel Y the holy Prophet siad he feel cool breeze from India.
    May Allah always guide those who want to search for light,,
    Ameen

    • I really appreciate your feeling…………..I am a Hindu but I do believe in all religion. I believe all religion convey the same meaning and should be treated equal.

      the author has done commendable work……………..

      • I know you are honest and sincere in your feeling that all religions convey the same meaning and should be treated as equal,but I have to disagree with you. I believe all religions are not equal and the sooner we realize that the sooner we can remove this misunderstanding.I can understand you ascribing equality to religions like Hinduism ,Budhism,Judism.and Christianity because these ideologies teaches the golden rule,embraces all of humanity.These religions mentioned above do not command it’s followers to kill , and destroy members of other faiths or teach its followers to destroy all other religions.

  60. Respected Author ,
    Its been really good work and i appreciate it.My suggestion is that can you people bring all the stories (from Mshabharatha ,Ramayana ,Panchatantra etc) under one chapter based on the particular moral characters (eg:satyavratha ,dharma ,dhaanam etc ).
    Thank u

  61. Namaskar,
    this great work really inspire me.what i think is that if we could give the sloka(eg.in vidura neeti) that have been translated then it would act as authority and also easy to remember.

  62. i am a mislim.please give muslims stories for us.otherwise i will tell to every one tis site is ver………………bad.

    • Hi,

      @ hudha.. It really hurts to see someone is passing such comments……….my respected friend.ith due respect, this webpage is about Bhartiya Samskriti and and u can find only stories relating to hindus and request you to take the moral out of it and not bring in castism and contraversaries…..

    • Appears you are an unreal character with an intent to create discord.

      5000 years of history has not been able to bend this great country.

      Different religious beliefs and thoughts are not merely tolerated but harmonized and absorbed by this great Indian civilization.

      If you are a genuinely a follower of Islam you would not dare act so cheap.

      This is about sanAtana dharma, not limited in scope to any sect or country, it is meant for all.

    • A RE HUDHA,

      Open a site with your stories instead of begging.

  63. What wonderful stories, I like it and I Love it. My Sotta Mohalu 1, 2 & 3 are to be like these stories

  64. Very nice stories…I enjoyed few of them!!

  65. Excellent work Arya!!!

    kruNvanto vishvamAryam !!!

    Guru

  66. dhanyavAdaH

  67. Great Site.

    Thank you very much

  68. stories are amazing. Would you please include stories about Radha_krishna

  69. I would like to thank you guy’s for such a wonderful web site …

    Thanks
    Eugene

  70. Thanks for giving such a wonderful compilation it clearly depict the spiritual strength of sanatana dharma, i dream that Indian education system brings such treasures as a part of the subject.
    It really fascinates me that such great treasures are being carried forward for generations even though our country was/is tormented by westernization.
    you guys have also contributed your part very nicely for this

    Thanks
    Dinesh Kumar.M

  71. very very very very very very very very very very very very very good site.

  72. such…things really encourages people in life..which is gorgeous and really me these stories has deep moral in them….thank you for contributing….:)

  73. really these stories have deep moral which can encourage people …..thank you 4 contributing such nice collection of ……stories….:)…:)

  74. well! nice, cute, knowledgable stories. thanks alot

  75. Dear Sir,
    You are doing a Great Service on Internet.
    I highly appreciate your effort and Intentions.
    However, as far as this page is concirned, the back ground color has been made so darker that at least I cannot read one word even after straining my old aged eyes.
    Kindly have a light yellow backgound (instead of pinkish red) or just let it be Black letters on White Background (normal).
    Thanks and with regards,
    Dr.Ghare

  76. do you have any stories on saranagathi pl.needless to say i benefitted a lot by going through your site.

  77. Thanks You foryour wonderful ancient moral stories.

  78. Really grate work. Please please… keep it up, the humanity will benefit

  79. Very Good Sites for Learning many things in Life.can i share these posts in my blog too…………..?

  80. marvelous job you all are doing in internet I an very much impress from your stories with such a good moral

    great job………..

  81. WOW this was Great Help Thanks!:)

  82. EXCELLENT GREAT ASSET CREATED PLEASE SEND LINK WILL KEEP GETTING ENLIGHTENED
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  83. Hi guys yous doing a great job and iam proud to be a sanatani. I have been looking to read the story of lord krishna’s friend sudhama.where he was born, his parents etc etc.
    Will be highly appreciated if any body could help me with that. God bless you all

  84. need it

  85. please if possible can you translate the text in Hindi as well. Its such a great effort that you guys have tried and I would very much like to read it in Hindi. I am from north so some of the stories we have are a little different but base is same. I still think that this is amazing. Please if possible put it in Hindi.
    thanks

  86. Hats off to u , u r doing a wonderful job !

  87. very good your stories

  88. thanks for your wonderful moral stories.it is very good

    • welcom its my pleasure

  89. Greetings…

    Fabulous…however old we get, we always enjoy a well told story. And when that story comes so well written with content and link to the scriptures, our hearts swell in blessings for you…

    I have just read your story on Satyavrata…

    blessings and prayers…

  90. great work
    relieves every stress of current times and transports to the beautiful vedic times…carefree, relaxed and happy
    stories from nepal , tibet and other transhimalayan countries ought to be included as well….

  91. Excellent work … It helps us learn many valuable things in life …

  92. too good! your stories are very inspirable, and knowledgable, thank you for these stories

  93. It is really a nice site. it helps students a lot and also helps in increasing moral values in them.
    ARUSHI PORWAL

  94. Hi ,

    It is really wonderful site which helps us to show the right path for our next generation.

    Sudha.R

  95. sir these moral stories are wonderfull.. i read each and everyone.. and im very much happy.. thanks for posting them thanks a lot sir.. your a true man of god.. god bless you..

  96. Really awesome…!! These are what the present generation is lacking-morals. You are doing a really appreciable job..keep it up

  97. wonderful content
    very useful and informative

  98. really funny

  99. You people are mind blowing. I was a person who is edicted in surfing internet. Believe me, I never come up with a site like this. Your work is simply mind-blowing. Your efforts not only make indians prod, they also make us inspire, truthful, better human-beings. I also had another suggestion like, making this site a multi-regional and keeping the information of our other gods like Allah, Jesus also. Because, we Indians mean only when there is a composition of all three. I know it needs a lot of research, but i felt it is a good idea. Anyway, you people are too good dudes. Thank you very much for this site… :)

  100. Mr. Praveen your suggestion is deplorable and rubbish. It appears that you are writing in the shadow name. Anyway I do not want to know your identity, BUT I would certainly Advice you to please visit the Islamic and Christianity sites and Check whether they have included the HINDUISM in their sites! And your saying that “we Indians mean only when there is a composition of all three.” is totally WRONG. Please do not make this beautiful site a platform of such non-sense thoughts. Let our great Hindu site remain as it is… Hope you understand…:)

  101. My dear friend, I had no reason to keep my name in shadow. My ideology is different from you, and you can never understand it. Anyways, it is really a good site, you are doing really a great work. Thank you for sharing the valuable information.

    Praveen Lagudu,
    Asst Manager- Materials,
    Taj Mahal Palace,
    Colaba,
    Mumbai.

  102. Very good site. Teaches me alot about Hindu history… Thank you for sharing my dear friend… :)

  103. very nice simpliy loved !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  104. thanks and pronam who created such great site.

  105. this is awesome although i want to find something else.

  106. Shravan Kumar Ke Mata – Pita Ka Naam Kya Tha ?

    श्रवण कुमार के माता – पिता का नाम क्या था ?

  107. boringgg……….

    • Thanks for reading this till you get bored.

  108. koolios

  109. Thank you sir for the making us aware of our puranas ..Really good work

  110. Excellent Hinduism story collection. Thank you very much for sharing these wonderful moral stories. Its a pleasure to see a good and useful work done.

  111. DEAR SIR
    YOU ARE DOING A GREAT WORK BY GIVING US MORAL VALUES. THERE IS AN EXCELLENT HINDUISM STORY COLLECTION. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR SHARING THESE WONDERFUL MORAL STORIES. YOU ARE MAKING US AWARE OF PURANAS.

  112. wonderful website . it helps me a lot

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  114. Really blinks our mind to know such ancient facts of many religions which helps to improve our faith in every aspect of life.

  115. very philosophical stories!!! worth reading…………..

  116. What a humongous effort!!!! I admire your work. I see suggestions of other readers to include stories of historical figures and so on. I think such stories have a place apart from this one. Mythology is an integral part of a society’s collective consciousness. So it is important not to lose sight of its significance, so it must be kept exclusive as it is now. Thanks and wishes for your continued service.

  117. very nice collection.

  118. Magnificent points altogether, you simply gained a emblem new reader. What might you recommend in regards to your publish that you just made a few days in the past? Any sure?

  119. what about the krishna leelalu??????

  120. Hi there, You have done an excellent job. I’ll definitely digg it and personally recommend to my friends. I’m confident they’ll be benefited from this website.

  121. i like this site because it help me in doing my homework and give me a good thinking. thats why i am always thankfull to this site.

    • and i love this site

  122. very good story Story of Bhageeratha.

  123. very informational,enjoyable
    please keep going

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  125. Thanks for your stories.
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  126. oh thanks

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  133. Really nice website & good moral stories to be read

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  137. Great compilation of stories for many objectives… Thank you

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  139. every life starts with some adventure,and it will become our life adventure.Thanks for sharing some values with us.

  140. excellent effort. can your good self suggest a story narrating the importance of food (aagara niyamam) ?

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