The Story Teller in Me

Errrr…I have no clue how to add the posts directly to the page, so what I am going to do is add the links to the posts…if anyone knows how to add posts to a post, please help 🙂

1. Elephant and Stone

2. Broom  –

3. Fox and Fish –

4. Fish and Tiger –

5. How the Bhindi got his crown

6. Of Potatoes and Tomatoes

7. The Teeth That Told a Story

8. The Story of the Chhilka

9. Of Pav Bhajis and Misal Pavs

10. Why The Sun Decided to Hide Himself

11. The Crying Girl

12. The Girl Who Wanted Stories

13. Barodu Thatha and Alu Paratha


23 Responses to The Story Teller in Me

  1. garima says:

    Wow thats wonderful..collection of kids stories at one place 🙂

  2. This is best! I can read everything here when Im wondering what new story to tell Chutku! Thanks for doing this! 🙂

  3. Swaram says:

    Use the “Add link’ button by selecting the area of text you want to link to [Eg: Elephant and Stone] and you can choose the post you want to link to – they appear in the dialog box itself. 🙂

  4. Swarna says:

    Great Great 🙂

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  6. summerscript says:

    Add R’s story as well. I loved it. 😛

  7. AaeKay says:

    Awesome stories RM! 😀
    You know, my sister is five years old and I have to tell her a story before bed. Now I’ll tell her one from here only! 😀 No copyright infringement na? 😀
    I’m toh spending more time on your blog than with my books! *blocks RM’s blog for the next two hours* 😀

    • R's Mom says:

      hai bhagwan…go and study will ya?

      I hope your parents dont come and hit me if you dont study properly!!

      I hope your sister enjoys the stories 🙂

  8. saamyvijayan says:

    thats so lovely post a picture of R so we can enjoy 🙂 i have made certain imagination 🙂 loving the stories to the core 🙂

  9. chipmunk2890 says:

    i am an ardent follower of ur story 😛 to say bit truth i opened account in wordpress for ur post and story 😀 😀 wordpress gonna kick me 😛

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