The Panchatantra is as old as the need of human beings to know themselves. Legend has it that scholar Vishnu Sharma related these tales to the 3 foolish sons of a king, and made wise men out of them. Dating back to 300 BC, the witty stories have been told and retold for over a thousand years. Many of the tales involve animals, making them particularly appealing to children. Mitrabedha means friendship and loss.
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At the age of 17, armed with an unsure yet original brush, Bujjai, whose real name is D. Subbaraya Sastri, published his first book, Banisa Pilla, meaning the slave girl. Without realizing it, he made history. He had become a pioneer in the field of strip cartooning in India. His innumberable works include Dumbu, Pillalu Puvvulu, Pettandaaru, Mahabharatha and the Ramayana. He has worked in several periodicals and newspapers in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and English. He has received several awards for his outstanding contribution to children's literature.
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