Stories of Tenali Raman

Stories of Tenali Raman

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Author: C L L Jayaprada
Publisher: Children Book Trust
Year: 2002/2003
Language: English
Pages: 72
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170119022


An illustrated book for children capturing the wit and humor of a legend.

Tenali Raman, who lived in the early 16th century, was one of the Ashtadiggajas (eight elephants serving as pillars) of the Vijayangara court. He was a poet of knowledge, acute wit and intelligence, shrewdness and ingenuity.

In the court of Krishna Deveraya he often found himself in precarious, perilous situations. But Tenali Raman always escaped unscathed through his resourcefulness. He trounced learned men, poets and the highbrowed! These stories have become household tales.


Birth And Childhood

Krishna Devaraya’s Court

The Mahabharata For the Emperor


The Golden Mangoes

Five Thousand Dinars

Smarter Than Raman

Tilakashta Mahisha Bandhanam

Out Of The Pit

Defeating Sahasra Ghanta Kavi

Scholar Frightened

Robbers Turn Gardeners

The Pratyaksha Ramayana

The Queen In Trouble

Eating Sand

A Horse That Feeds On Hair

A Gentleman In the Thicket

Measure For Measure!

Asking For More

The Golden Egg