The Ghost in the Royal Bengal Tiger
Brahmin-ghosts of ghost society guards forests as greedy royals face a tiger.
The White Quill
Ancient mythology links mythology with modern euthanasia in Crow’s clinic
The Sacred Grove of Devrai
A sage guides holy birds, a rat, and a ghost to save an elephant corridor and sacred grove.
Two Croaks and Wedding Bells
Traditional rituals with frogs by all-women team saves froggy groom’s life.
The Foxy Howl
No Brahmin – the farmer is the priest for a ritual – but fox’s howl is a must
High Flying Birds
Lover crows and colonizing sparrows fly high to save a child from kidnappers.
The Tiger Growls Thrice
Dense forests. Tigerland. River Ganga. Tiger’s roar is mimed, befuddling all.
Madari and his Animals
This story has a message about the age-old relationship between man and animals that modern laws fail to grasp.
Halum, the Temple Tiger
A story of two odd friends – the crow Bika with a broken beak and Mangy the mangy dog who lived with an old doctor near a forest – and how this led to the legend of the Temple Tiger with the glowing eyes.
This story involves a one-eyed bullying dog, his mate who was without a tail – and quite proud of it, a crow with only one beak and a pigeon couple. All of them got together and worked with Fate to bring about a big change in the neighbourhood. The main character – mind you, is a ghost.
The Money Pouch
What will Amish and Suhas do with a small money pouch they find on their way home from the makeshift football field?