The Dog The Cock And Fox – Aesop’s fables

the dog the cock and the fox

A Dog and a Cock were best friends, and having spent almost their lives at the farm they wished to see the world and set out on an adventure. Thus, they departed one fine morning and set forward into the woods. Slowly, dawn turned into dusk, yet they had not encountered any adventure. But the … Read more

The Fisherman And The Little Fish – Aesop’s fables

the fisherman and the little fish

A young fisherman was having an unlucky day out at sea. By the end of the day, he was only able to catch a tiny little fish in his net.  The small fish knew its fate, so it tried to escape it. “Oh, fisherman let me go. I am just a small fish who cannot … Read more

The Hare And His Ears – Aesop’s fables

Once upon a time, the Lion was chasing a goat for his prey when it hit him in the stomach with its horns. Shocked and infuriated at the animal’s attack, the Lion decided that he would ask every animal with horns in the jungle to evacuate and leave.  Giving the animals twenty-four hours, Lion’s command … Read more

The Tortoise And The Ducks – Aesop’s Fable

The tortoise did not always carry his home on his back. Legend goes, that the tortoise had refused to attend Jupiter’s wedding since he preferred solitude. As a result, Jupiter had cursed him by making sure he always carried his home on his back and could not get rid of it even if he wanted … Read more

The Wild Boar And The Fox – Aesop’s Fable

One day a wild boar was standing by a tree, sharpening his horns at the base of it. A fox passing nearby saw the boar and decided that it was a great opportunity for some banter. The Fox began to pretend that there was danger nearby, teasing the boar for his useless sharpening. But the … Read more

The Raven and The Swan – Aesop’s fables

The raven and the swan

The raven, black as coal, was always distressed about its looks. Every day it would look at swan and envy her pearly white feathers and beautiful long neck. Thinking of ways through which the raven could start looking like the swan, he decided that maybe if he started living like her, he could start looking … Read more

The Dog and His Master’s Dinner – Aesop’s fables

The Dog and his master's food

A dog had mastered the duty of carrying his master’s dinner to the table perfectly. Every day he would carry the meal to the required destination as faithfully as possible. However, the delicious smell of the food often tempted, yet he never succumbed to temptation.  One day, a pack of wild dogs tried to stop him on … Read more

Young Crab and His Mother – Aesop fable

The young crab and his mother

A mother crab was watching her son walk towards her when she asked him why he always walked sideways. “You should always try to walk forward with your toes straight out” she scolded him, embarrassed by her sons silly antics. But the young crab did not know how to walk straight, since he had never … Read more

The Bundle of Sticks – Aesop’s Fables

the bundle of sticks

A father of seven sons was distressed over the fact that his sons seemed to always be quarrelling. No matter what he told them or what he advised them, they never gave up their mindless quarrels. Thus, the father decided that he would present a good example to his sons which ought to teach them a lesson.  … Read more

Two Goats – Aesop Fable

Two Goats

Two goats who were on opposite sides of a mountain, saw each other across an opening in their path, where a wild river ran below, crushing anything that fell inside. The only way to make it to the other side was by crossing over the weak bark of a fallen tree. Even the smallest of … Read more