Overview for 50 Moral Tales
All the stories in this book revolve around the teachings of Swami Paramananda, a teacher who renounced worldly life to adopt sanyas. Even as a teacher, he taught through stories. His students loved it, since it was easier to comprehend the subject. They referred to his stories as Guruji's stories. Guruji would tell students and disciples his favourite stories - each based upon an eternal truth - and explain these in greater detail, if necessary. Guruji's stories are based upon popular proverbs on life and living. Each story is inspiring and thought-provoking. There are stories emphasising the need to learn. Others teach one to differentiate between good and bad. Some motivate listeners to act, encouraging mutual respect, care, compassion and charity. Based upon real-life experiences, each story affirms an eternal truth. Although meant for youngsters, adults will also enjoy this collection of 50 stories.
Prem P. Bhalla (Author)
Educated in Dehradun and New Delhi, Prem P Bhall enjoys photography and travel having traveled widely in India and abroad. Besides running his own business, he is deeply involved with several social welfare and educational institutions. The author has also been involved with the Rotary movement for over 40 years. Mr. Bhalla has written several self-improvement books and is particularly interested in the welfare of youngsters. The author gives group lectures on personality and career development too. He has also authored It's time to live-up Smart, The portrait of a Complete Man, Hello! Just Married or About to Marry, 7 Mantras to Excel in Exams and 50 Moral Tales, as well as co-authored The Book of Etiquette and Manners, all published by Pustak Mahal.