Indian Tales

Irumbai Maakaalam is a quaint village enroute Tindivanam (in Tamilnadu) from Pondicherry and the village houses an ancient temple of Lord Shiva by name Mahakaleshwar (or Maakaleshwar). The deity with […]

The Story Of Hirakani Buruj

Just back from a trip from magnificent Maharashtra and so thought of dedicating this story to a brave woman of Maharashtra…. I had been to the Lohagad fort at Lonavala […]

Kadubu or Dubukku??

My dear readers, I am glad to inform you that my blog has completed four years and a hundred stories. My heartfelt thanks to all of you. Now, here is […]

The Brightest Son

Wishing all my readers a Very Happy Deepavali today!!! (29/10/2016) Once upon a time in the ancient city of Varanasi, there lived a merchant by name Somayya. He was a […]

Story of Vijayadashami

Today is Vijayadashami or Dussehra as it is called in the North of India and I am going to narrate the story of Vijayadashami. Long long ago there lived a […]

Greetings to my readers! With Janmashtami round the corner, this time I am posting a story of Krishna. Long ago, in the present state of Odisha, there lived a poor […]

Elephant is equal to Pot

This is a folk tale from Tamil Nadu based on which there is a proverb “Aanaikkum Paanaikkum sari” meaning Elephant and Pot are equal. Long long ago, in a village […]

Today (6th March India)  is the third anniversary of my blog and I thank all of you readers who have been following this blog and encouraging me continuously. Here is […]