A collection of Indian tales of wit, wisdom, humour, bravery, devotion and lots more...


Did you look at the header picture in this blog? The beautiful temple is the Veeranarayana temple of Belavadi in Karnataka. There are so many beautiful such temples all over our country and many of them contain so many sculptures depicting stories from the Ramayana and Mahabharatha and even from the Panchatantra!

I had seen the depictions of the story “Monkey and the Crocodile” and the “Lady and the mongoose” in the temples at Pattadakkal. This shows that these epics and fables have been evergreen.

Look around you. There are hundreds of stories hidden in our sculptures, our scriptures, our music and even in our customs and rituals reflecting the various aspects of Indian culture.

With some interest and effort we should carry these tales to our children and grand children. Many of these stories show the enormous power of the mind. There are other stories too of wit, wisdom, adventure, bravery, humility and all other qualities which people had in plenty in those days . In this advanced age of technology, we tend to ignore these qualities or rather not appreciate them. If children learnt to appreciate these qualities at an early age, we will have a better civilization.

Many of the stories show also, how simple life was, in olden days and what the values of people were, in olden days. This blog is an effort to bring out the stories to parents who do not know them but want to tell stories to their kids.

Story telling to children creates a special bond with them and also kindles their imagination apart from making them good listeners. Each country takes pride in its own folk tales and it is high time our future generation does not forget our ‘real tales’.

This blog will have a mix of stories from our Itihasas, from folk tales and real life stories all of them from what I have heard or read from my childhood till now. Wishing you all happy reading and comments welcome on improving the blog!!


  1. anonymus

    It is really nice. We want you to continue this blog!

    • Ram Mohan Narasimhan

      I agree wholeheartedly. The stories are nice with a good moral and are fun to read.
      Target – one new story every day.


    mothers those who want their children to know human values are benefitted by reading the stories on regular basis. I appreciate the efforts of you Vidyaa. Please Keep going ahead in your endeavour..

  3. M.S.Vani

    I was searching for the story of Nandanar and came across your blog and am amazed at your effort. This is a treasure to be passed on to the next generations.. may your goals be achieved fully! i shall be happy to continue reading

    • Thank you Vaniji!! I am honoured. Please continue reading and giving your inputs. Thank you once again!

  4. M.S.Sridhar

    Dear Vidhyaa,
    It has been fantastic to read some of the stories of our history and culture in the storibuzz beautifully narrated with amazing simplicity and packaged with wholesome meaning and significance. All these stories are a great treasure house of tales that convey the essence of our culture with a remarkable spirit of rich history and folklore that evokes the wondrous India, its true colours. Keep up the excellent work. Best wishes..

  5. Lalithambal Natarajan

    Visited the site today only Very interesting . I was about to ask about the temple depicted in the site. I found the answeralso immediately . will be visiting the site repeatedly . very interesting . continue the good work

  6. minoo

    Maam, your story telling style is simplistic and wonderful. You weave magic in your format. Thanks for sharing these jewels.

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