Kalila wa Dimna کلیله و دمنه
The Panchatantra (Sanskrit: 'Five Principles') is an ancient Indian collection of interrelated animal fables in verse and prose, arranged within a frame story between 500 BCE and 100 BC. It goes by many names in many cultures.
KALILA WA DEMNA is a translation into Arabic in 750 CE by Persian scholar Abdullah Ibn al-Muqaffa, with the jackals Kalila and Demna as two of the principal characters. A Persian rework by Kashefi known as ANWĀR-E SOHAYLĪ انوار سهیلی in 15th century. Paintings from all