Panchatantra, translated to “five strategies” in English, has always been an exception. It has not just entertained and hailed the importance of morality, besides defining it, but has also educated people about the intricacies of life – relationships, particularly. The fact that these stories have survived at least 3,000 years speaks substantially about the timeless wisdom embedded in it. When Panchatantra was first told by its author Vishnu Sharma, there was no solid material medium of record-keeping. Papyrus often failed the test of time and required constant rewriting.