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Kamis, 20 Oktober 2011

This page is dedicated to Short Stories and to those interested in reading light prose. Fewer and fewer people these days read stories. This is unfortunate. So only the lucky few will experience the joy that reading such fine work can give. The goal of this page is to give a nice cross section of this kind of stories in the hope that these stories will excite these people into rediscovering this excellent source of entertainment.

The short story is a literary genre. It is usually fictional, narrative prose and tends to be more concise and to the point than longer works of fiction. These stories have their origins in oral story-telling traditions and the prose anecdote, a swiftly-sketched situation that comes rapidly to its point. The history of this kind of stories dates back to the oral story-telling traditions. Modern trend in them emerged as their own genre in the early 19th century. They tend to be less complex than novels. Usually, a short story will focus on only one incident, has a single plot, a single setting, a limited number of characters and covers a short period of time.

It is our hope that our visitors, the schools and the teaching community and the parents would welocme this new page on Short Stories with enthusiasm.

We shall be grateful for consructive suggestions from all of you with a view to the improverment of this page.

In case, you know any short story which you want to be published in this page, you can send that story to us. Due acknowledgement will be given to the sender.
  • Aesop’s fables
  • African Folk Tales
  • Animal Stories
  • Arabian Nights Stories
  • Birbal Stories
  • Classics
  • Fables
  • Grandma Stories
  • Humorous Stories
  • Jataka Tales
  • Modern Stories
  • Moral Stories
  • Mulla Stories
  • Mythological Stories
  • Raman Stories
  • Stories from around the World
  • Witty Tales
  • Zen Tales


  • Other Stories:


  • Advising A Fool
  • Foolish Imitation
  • The Hospitality of The Pigeon
  • The Arrogant Swans
  • The Bonded Donkey
  • The Bone in Throat
  • The Brahmin and His Enemies
  • Bad Temper
  • The Curse of The Bullock
  • The Clever Crow
  • The Clever Bull
  • The Clever Fox
  • The Cunning Bats
  • The Dangerous Helper
  • The Donkey and The Cotton
  • The Donkey and The Dog
  • The Donkey and The Horse
  • The Foolish Fish
  • The Fragrance
  • The Golden Egg
  • The Golden Swan
  • The Greedy Dog
  • The Holy Snake
  • The Ignorant Man
  • The Iron Box
  • The Judge Monkey
  • The Lamb and The Wolf
  • The Magic Pot
  • The Monkey and The Juggler
  • The Naughty Lamb
  • The Palace and The Hut
  • The Perfect Palace
  • The Pigeon and The Bad Crows
  • The Prince and The Snake
  • The Rightful Owner
  • The Selfish Crows
  • The Stag and His Reflection
  • The Stubborn Hunter
  • The Trees and The Lions
  • The Ugly Tree
  • The Ungrateful Lion
  • A Father learns A Lesson from His Son
  • A Wise Deer and A Cowardly Tiger
  • Children are Wiser than Elders
  • Eureka! Eureka!
  • Louis Pasteur
  • Hercules
  • Reward for Bravery
  • The Story of The Prodigal Son
  • The Three Questions
  • Three Simple Rules
  • Yussouf
  • Fair Shares
  • Good Company and Bad Company
  • The Death of A Man Eater


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