The exact origins of the collection of stories known as Kleeleh va Demneh is not entirely clear. It is said to have been translated from the Indian Panchatantra by Bozorgmehr, a member of the royal court of Shah Khosrow I. These stories are among the few documents which survived the mass burning and destruction of all things Zoroastrian during the 7th-century Arab invasion and forced conversion of the populace to Islam. These are fables and stories in which animals play roles, and they offer valuable life lessons for readers of all ages. Each story includes lively illustrations which help capture young readers' imaginations. The titles included in this collection are: Tadbeere Shoghal, Mooshe Ahankhar, Shabe por Moajara, and Ekhtalafe Dozd va Deev.
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