Audio Books by Vishnu Sharma

Vishnu Sharma is the author of The Panchatantra (Purnabhadra's Recension of 1199 CE) (2020), Panchtantra Storybook (2018), Panchatantra Moral Stories (2018), Panchtantra Story Book for Kids (2019) and other 15 books.

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The Panchatantra (Purnabhadra's Recension of 1199 CE)

release date: Sep 28, 2020

Panchtantra Storybook

release date: Dec 04, 2018
Panchtantra Storybook
The Panchatantra is a collection of folktales and fables that were believed to have been originally written in Sanskrit by Vishnu Sharma more than 2500 years ago. This collection of stories features animal characters which are stereotyped to associate certain qualities with them. The origins of the Panchatantra lie in a tale of its own, when a King approached a learned pandit to ask him to teach the important lessons of life to his ignorant and unwise sons. This learned scholar knew that the royal princes could not understand complex principles in an ordinary way. So, he devised a method wherein he would impart important knowledge in the form of simple and easy-to-understand folktales.

Panchatantra Moral Stories

release date: Nov 30, 2018
Panchatantra Moral Stories
Panchatantra stories with moral.These stories will make your child ask for more and lure him into the habit of reading.

Panchtantra Story Book for Kids

release date: Jan 01, 2019
Panchtantra Story Book for Kids
The oldest surviving collection of India fables,the Panchatantra,was probably written around 200 B.c. by the great Hindu scholar Pandit Vishnu Sharma.The Panchatantra is a book of niti,the wise conduct of life,written in the form a chain of simple stories.Each of these stories has a moral and philosophical theme aiming to guide the reader on how to attain success in life by understanding human nature.These tales have stood the test of time and are pertinent even in modern times.The Panchatantra is an abridged form written for children.Here is the complete translation of the book as written by Vishnu Sharma.

Panchatantra: (illustrated)

release date: Sep 25, 2018
Panchatantra: (illustrated)
Panchantantra is part of Indian folklore for over 400 years now and has delighted people all over the world with the allegorical stories. The talking animals and objects teach valuable lessons of life and are essential for a child''s development. This volume contains selected enchanting Panchatantra stories. The stories are in simple language and contain beautiful illustrations. The stories revolve around the five strategies of Panchantantra: - The Gain of Friends, Discord amongst friends, Of Crows and Owls, Loss of Gains and Imprudence.

The Dyed Jackal

release date: Jul 01, 1998

The Clever Hare

release date: Jul 01, 1998

The Deceitful Crane

release date: Jul 01, 1998

The Hypocrite Cat

release date: Jul 01, 1998

A Blessing in Disguise

release date: Sep 08, 2020
A Blessing in Disguise
A Blessing In Disguise is a book of moral, enchanting stories taken from Panchtantra which is written by Visnu Sharma. Visnu Sharma wrote this interesting story for three prince of a kingdom in India. Story behind Panchatantra stories is : once Upon a time in a kingdom in India, a king had three boys, they all were fools. The king always worries about all of them. No one in his kingdom has made those boys intelligent. Once he announced that if anyone makes my children Intelligent I give him a lot of money. After listening the announcement a sage come and says " I will teach your child how to think & live in this world in 6 month" firstly king didn''t believe in the sage but he sent his boys with the sage Vishnu Sharma. When the sage taught the boys he told a new story everyday based on animals & jungle. He added his whole wisdom in his stories, which later called panchatantra stories.After six month, boys went back to their Palace, when the king saw them, he saw that his child became intelligent. He thanks Vishnu Sharma.we add only 25 best stories in this collection. If you want to make your mind More sharp than this is the best book for you.

101 Stories From Panchatantra

release date: Jan 01, 2004

Panchatantra Tales

release date: May 07, 2018
Panchatantra Tales
Panchantantra is part of Indian folklore for over 400 years now and has delighted people all over the world with the allegorical stories. The talking animals and objects teach valuable lessons of life and are essential for a child''s development. The stories revolve around the five strategies of Panchantantra:- The Gain of Friends, Discord amongst friends, Of Crows and Owls, Loss of Gains and Imprudence.

Bone Graft

release date: May 09, 2015
Bone Graft
Bone defects in the craniomaxillofacial skeleton vary from the small (few millimeters) periodontal defects to the large segmental defects resulting from trauma, surgical excision, or cranioplasty. Such defects typically have complex three-dimensional structural needs, which are difficult to restore. In cranial vault defects, the underlying brain needs permanent protection. Segmental jaw defects require restoration of mechanical integrity, temporomandibular joint function, and intermaxillary dental occlusion. Maintaining acceptable facial esthetics is another unique consideration in the treatment of facial defects, which cannot be underestimated. Bone grafts remain the gold standard for reconstructing segmental bone defects. The earliest report of a bone grafting procedure came in 1682 by Job Janszoo van Meekeren, a surgeon in Amsterdam. In this account, the author reported a case in Russia, where the surgeon restored a cranial defect using a cranial bone graft from a dead dog. In 1881, Sir William MacEwen of Rothesay, Scotland, published the first case report of successful interhuman transfer of bone grafts. He used tibial bone wedges excised from three donors, during surgical correction of skeletal deformity, to reconstruct a humeral defect in a 3-year-old child. Subsequent clinical reports helped establish the efficacy of autogenous bone grafts in defect reconstructionThe term "bone graft" was defined by Muschler (Bauer, 2000) as: "any implanted material that alone or in combination with other materials promotes a bone healing response by providing oteogenic, osteoinductive or osteoconductive properties." An osteogenic material can be defined as one that has inherent capacity to form bone, which implies to contain living cells that are capable of differentiation into bone cells. An osteoinductive material provides biologic signals capable to induce local cells to enter a pathway of differentiation leading to mature osteoblasts. An osteoconductive biomaterial provides a three-dimensional interconnected scaffold where local bone tissue may regenerate new living bone. However, osteoconductive biomaterials are unable to form bone or to induce its formation.Another property that is interesting to find especially in bone substitutes is biodegradability. This is defined as the capacity of degradation of a particle by two mechanisms principally; through a passive chemical degradation or dissolution, and through active cellular activity mediated by osteoclast and/or macrophages. Moreover, the biological properties of bone substitute biomaterials are also influenced by their porosity, surface geometry and surface chemistry. The events leading to bone healing and regeneration are influenced by all the variables mentioned above. These properties are related to the biomaterial itself, however, host factors such as bone quality, vascularity of the graft bed and tobacco addiction may also influence the final outcome of a bone regeneration procedure with a bone substitute.

Golden Collection From Panchatantra

release date: Jan 01, 1996

Tales From Panchatantra : Winning Of Friends

Tales From Panchatantra : Winning Of Friends
Panchatantra is written in the form of a chain of simple stories, and each story has a moral & philosophical theme which has stood the test of time and so is true even in morden times-an age of atomic fear and madness.

Tales From Panchatantra:Forfeit Of Profits

Tales From Panchatantra:Forfeit Of Profits
Panchatantra is written in the form of a chain of simple stories, and each story has a moral & philosophical theme which has stood the test of time and so is true even in morden times-an age of atomic fear and madness.

Indian Predictive Astrology

release date: Jan 01, 1998

Tales From Panchatantra:Action Without Due Consideration

Tales From Panchatantra:Action Without Due Consideration
Panchatantra is written in the form of a chain of simple stories, and each story has a moral & philosophical theme which has stood the test of time and so is true even in morden times-an age of atomic fear and madness.
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