The Jatakas of Ancient India successfully illustrates the moral lessons experienced by the Buddha during his adventures as past animal reincarnations

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The Jatakas of Ancient India successfully illustrates the moral lessons experienced by the Buddha during his adventures as past animal reincarnations. The Buddha’s lessons were depicted through the collection of the fables in the Jataka Tales. These fables are a collaboration of moral conduct and good behavior, which the Buddha represented to demonstrate the ideas of karma and rebirth to stress the importance of good moral values. The authors of these fables are unknown, however, the fables were recollected and retold by the interpreter Ellen C. Babbitt. The Jataka Tales reconstructed the best fables with the most relevance to modern societies, especially children, to be taught the important human values in order to achieve personal goals and enlightenment.

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