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365 Tales of Indian Mythology

Narrated by: Vivek Madan
Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
Categories: Children's Audiobooks
4 out of 5 stars (91 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

One treat a day! A 23-volume series of 365 treats: stories, facts, questions and answers, and science experiments for young listeners.

©2006 Om Books International (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Lots of errors and inaccuracies in stories

Eg haygriva is termed as a horse headed demon who stole vedas but in reality he is the one who restored them from Madhu kaitabha. And hayagreeva is an incarnation or Lord vishnu.

7 people found this helpful

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Not worth Buying

Stories are good, however they are short with many having an abrupt ending.

The stories are to be in random order making it difficult for children to follow.

Not worth buying.



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Excellent Story Telling

Loved it very much. Excellent recording and clarity of voice. Hope Audible gives a reward of 2 book credit for finishing within 24hours !! It will encourage people to study in time.

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All in ONE ...! Lovely book

Consolidated books & truths & myths of Indian novel & our ancestors stories Veda’s superrrrrrr nice good shape

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Waste of money.

The stories are too short, each story hardly lasts 2 minutes. All the stories seems incomplete.

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No good

There are 365 stories of just 5min! It is for kids only. Even for kids it is not so interesting.
It's more like facts of Indian mythology characters.

Do not buy.

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Stories not for Kids

First thing first , i don't like the names to be pronounced as Rama for Ram, Lakshmana for Lakshman and Raavana for Ravan.
Why do we change the sound? to accommodate whose listening taste? why alter the sound? so i ate one star for that .
Second , i chose these stories for my 5 year old. But turned out that these are not for him as there is a lot of violence in most of the stories . Ate one star for that . Third, stories end and start abruptly . 365 stories have been made from some 100 stories . Suddenly story ends without any conclusion ( even in midst of a discussion ) and starts again after 3 different stories. The narrator hasn't done a good job in spite of being an Indian . Need better voice . Sorry this is rude but true!

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amazing

personally I loved it,ancient stories always go for a thumbs up for me ,maybe I'll love history

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Disappointing

ok narration but these are byte sized items of a minute approximately.. impossible for anyone to build interest. I would return if I could

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Stories are too short, not in any particular order

Narration was good and stories in general were good but the fact that they were not narrated in a particular order, for example, chronologically, makes it very difficult to assimilate.