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Hi friends...I came to know that Management tactics can learn by reading Panchatantra.. I am eager to read this. Plz send if u find any panchatantra stories in pdf, ppt or word.. Thanx a ton..
From India, Madras
Dear Karthik
Safety and Health is not the right forum for all Panchatantra stories. But there may be some suitable.
In any case, please search the web and you will find some; I found a good one at Sriram Blog: Lessons from the Panchatantra
I found the whole Panchatantra book in English at <link outdated-removed> and it's up to us to read the stories and see how they can be used to teach management principles and practices.
Have a nice day.

From United Kingdom
Here Is the link for you.
Why should we waste our resources when whole site is specially devoted to PANCHTANTRA
Panchatantra Welcome to Panchtantra

From India, Indore
We can learn corporate tactics from Panchatantra for sure.
Hey folks you can download stories and interpret and implement.
Thanks for author of Panchatantra..
Kumar Sambhav

From India, Ambala

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File Type: pdf panchatantra.pdf (948.7 KB, 980 views)

Dear Dipil, As pointed out by Mr. Simhan, and requested by you; this thread is being moved to an appropriate section. Warm regards.
From India, Delhi
Panchatantra is collection of (nearly) 87 stories grouped under the following five headings (Principles)

1.Mitra Bhedha (The Loss of Friends)

2.Mitra Laabha (Gaining Friends)

3.Suhrudbheda (Causing Dissension Between Friends)

4.Vigraha (Separation)


The stories may be considered similar to Statements of law which are open for interpretations. It is up to any one to interprete and correlate a real life situation with the panchatantra stories.

In today's context, the above 5 principles can be interpreted as :-

1.Avoid quarrels with whomever you deal with (friends, colleagues, associates, clients and others). Act as a mediator to patch up any misunderstanding between those whom you interact.

2.Make as many friends as possible from whom you can gain important lessons and benefit from their experience.

3.Do not trust people who are unreliable by their actions and behavior

4.Cultivate presence of mind under all situations by following those who have such qualities and learn how they would do.

5.Learn how deal with an unfamiliar situation based on the experience of your friends, associates and colleagues who have faced similar situations.


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From India, Madras
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