The Wind wants to prove himself more powerful than the Sun. The test seems simple and yet takes away all of Windâ€™s energy!
There was a donkey who felt so happy that he sang through the night in the cucumber field. The problem was that the cucumbers couldn’t bear it. What did they do?
Yak yak yak… the tortoise loves to talk. He learns the hard way that keeping his mouth shut is sometimes very necessary!
Amma is surprised that Meera has seen no animals at the zoo – not a monkey, or lion, or even a giraffe… But why did Meera see no animals there? Her lively mother forgets to ask!
Kiran Bedi gets a ‘punishment’ posting in Tihar jail, where some of the most dangerous convicts are imprisoned. She transforms this hell on earth into a veritable Ashram.
The 1982 Asia Games are about to start in a few days. Delhi traffic has to flow smoothly. A car is parked, illegally. Oh no… it’s the Prime Minister’s car. What will Kiran Bedi and her sub-inspector do?
Have you ever lost a shoe and gone looking for it? Not Kiran Bedi. Not Gandhiji.
Kiran Bedi was not the type to let her hair get in the way of anything, and certainly not tennis. The last thing on her mind was to start a trend.
The Secretary of the Tennis Association used his power unfairly. Kiran Bedi ended up thanking him. For what?
Kalam’s team face repeated failures as they try to launch the AGNI missile. How will he motivate his team to make this mission a success?
Kalam and his team take the space programme to new heights by launching India’s first satellite into orbit.
Kalam’s professor warned him that his scholarship would end if he did not make a better design in three days. Could Kalam realize his dream of designing a fighter jet in such a short time?
Kalam’s family made great sacrifices to admit him in a good school. But then he got into trouble with his math teacher. Will Kalam still be able to make his family proud of him?
Kalam and Ram were best friends in school but one day a teacher separated them. A touching story about how everyone learned a lesson.
Oonderbhai, a mischievous little mouse, troubles Cheeku and Baa to no end. He nibbles at everything in the house. Something has to be done!
Cheeku and Baa adore the new rose plant. Have they forgotten about the family of Langoor monkeys that pass by every month?
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