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LIBULLETIN Vol-06;Issue -01(April- June;2016)

KV No.1; Ishapore Library Activity Plan : 1.LIBRARY ORIENTATION PROGRAMME

The Panchatantra The Panchatantra ( Sanskrit: प चत ) is an ancient Indian collection of interrelated animal fables in verse and prose, arranged within a frame story. The original Sanskrit work, which some scholars believe was composed around the 3rd century BCE,is attributed to Vishnu Sharma. It is based on older oral traditions, including "animal fables that are as old as we are able to imagine" Apart from a short introduction — in which the author, Vishnu Sharma, is introduced that the work — consists of five parts. Each part contains a main story, called the frame story, which in turn contains several stories "emboxed" in it, as one character narrates a story to another. Often these stories contain further emboxed stories. The stories thus operate like a succession of Russian dolls, one narrative opening within another, sometimes three or four deep. Besides the stories, the characters also quote various epigrammatic verses to make their point.

-RULES AND REGULATION,READER CARD ETC. 2. STORY BOOK READING

Library committee Convenor Mr. S Mishra —Principal Member Secretary Mrs. A Dhar— Librarian Member-Teachers

The five books are called:

Mr. S Majumdar

 Mitra-bheda: The Separation of Friends (The Lion and the Bull)

Mr. N D Samanta

 Mitra-lābha or Mitra-samprāpti: The Gaining of Friends (The Dove, Crow, Mouse, Tortoise and Deer)

Mrs. N Majumdar

 Kākolūkīyam: Of Crows and Owls (War and Peace)  Labdhapraṇāśam: Loss of Gains (The Monkey and the Crocodile)  Aparīkṣitakārakaṃ: Ill-Considered Action / Rash deeds (The Brahman and the Mongoose) NEW ARRIVAL:

Mrs. S Ganguly Member– Students Master Tuhin Dey Master Abhishek Goswami Ms. Rwatatapa Ms. Abhinandita Biswas Ms Shreya William Master Spandan Pal

1. MATHEMATICS CLASS - 8 2. THE BIG BOOK OF SCIENCE PROJECT 3. EASY SCIENCE EXPERIMENT Prepared By:

A 'Panchatantra' relief at the Mendut temple, Central Java, Indonesia

Aparna Dhar — Librarian KV no. 1; Ishapore

Learning is a life long Process and School library makes Lifetime Learner

LIBRARY BULLETIN APRIL - JUNE 2016  

A quarterly Bulletin of Library KV1 Ishapore, West Bengal.

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