Unit: Indian Fairy Tales. http://mythfolklore.blogspot.com/2014/03/myth-folklore-unit-indian-fairy-tales.html
The Lion and the Crane: http://mythfolklore.blogspot.com/2014/03/indian-fairy-tales-lion-and-crane.html
I can surely relate to this. I’ve attempted to help people in sincere need who showed no true appreciation for my assistance. More importantly though, was the manner in which the crane responded – by leaving in humility.
The Tiger, The Brahman, and The Jackal: http://mythfolklore.blogspot.com/2014/03/indian-fairy-tales-indian-fairy-tales.html
Ah, what a great job on the part of the jackal to solve the problem by using the same pity that the Brahman displayed to save the tiger -- in order to trap the tiger and save the Brahman.
The seems to me like a 16th century version of winning the lottery. How much more lucky could this Harisarman possibly be? By deception and dishonesty he built up a fortune; how could someone live contently knowing this?