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Abstract


INVESTİGATİON OF THE NARRATİVE OF ASS İN THE LİON’S SKİN İN INDİAN (PAÑÇATANTRA, HİTOPADEŞA, KATHĀSARİTSĀGARA) AND İN BUDDHİST (JĀTAKA) TEXTS
Every society has an own lifestyle. One of the most important sources that we understand the lifestyles of societies living in ancient times is the narratives that have been transmitted to the present day. It is difficult to determine the origin of these tales, which were at first passed on by word of mouth. However, when the writing or creation dates of the sources are compared, it is estimated that the tales appeared in the Indo-subcontinent. In this context, there are many narrative examples that are similar to Indian tales such as Aisopos, La Fontaine and Grimm. One of these common narratives is the tale of the Ass in the Lion’s Skin. The related tale has been conveyed to the present day with different versions by many cultures. Moreover, this tale sample has been processed by the same society but who belong to different religions. In addition to different version in Indian literature such as Pañchatantra, Kathāsaritsāgara and Hitopadesha, Jātaka's text in Buddhist literature also includes the narrative of the Ass in the Lion’s Skin. The main point of attention our study is to examine the points of change in the narrative because of the different religions of this tale conveyed for both the Hindu community and the Buddhist society. No matter what religion the people living on the same land belong to, even if the cultures, lifestyles, and partly traditions are the same, this tale is a narrative style that has to be examined from a socio-cultural point of view.

Keywords
Indian tale, Panchatantra, Jātaka, Buddhism, Bodhisatta


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