How to Learn

TaleTown stories on how to learn, how to study and how to understand. Retold tales with study tips, learning skills & study jokes

  • KyotoHe poured in his visitor’s cup. The cup was soon full, but Nan-in kept pouring.

    The tea rose to the rim and began to spill over on the table.

    Nan-in continued pouring.

  • potatoes with cuminIsha teaches how to cook Aloo Jira, cumin spiced fried potatoes.

    Eaten as delicious nibbles or mains with yoghurt.

    Quick, simple & healthy Indian cooking recipe

  • lostDronacharya (Teacher Dron) taught archery equally to all his students, yet Arjun excelled the others in mastering it.

    The seed which falls in a rich and ready soil bears the greatest fruits.

  • SnaresBe informed to spot opportunities in business & life.

    Learning business management becomes easy, when Sunny shows the benefits of being informed using a nun joke...

  • Under PressureStory on Car Care Tips: Check Your Car Tyre Pressure

    Informative story on how to do basic car tyre maintenance.

    How to know how much tire pressure is needed?

  • Lassi Man...Story with Cooking Tips: Chhach - Traditional Buttermilk

    How to make it?

    How chhas differs from buttermilk, commercial buttermilk, cultured buttermilk etc.?

  • Indian Spiced Chicken with CarrotsLearn to easily make Chicken or Fish Marinate.

    Isha teaches her son how to simply, quickly and safely marinate chicken or fish, and flavor the dish consistently.

  • HummusIsha teaches how to make Chickpeas Dip - Hummus, a world famous, fast and simple Middle Eastern puree.

    Tips on how to tweak ingredients and get different tastes.

     

  • cloud riderHosh laughed. He knew that frogs were raunchy.

    “The dumb shit didn't think," continued Josh, "about what would happen to him, or to his family if he fell from the Eiffel Tower and died. He tried climbing Mount Improbable."

  • coconut and pistachio balls (raffaello)Isha teaches Hosh Coconut Balls dessert recipe.

    Cheap & simple, yet all her guests love this dish.

    Cooking story with tips on how to make this quick, easy sweet

  • taletown.org Coconut Coriander chutneyHow to quickly make Coriander And Coconut Chutney?

    Isha teaches Hosh a simple, cheap recipe that looks & tastes restaurant style, but can also be easily modified.

  • Buffalo Curd and Kithul TreacleCooking Tips Story: Dahi - Organic Curd

    Isha teaches Hosh how to make organic yoghurt from milk. Quick & easy recipe.

    How temperature affects Yogurt formation

  • MaskedLying works, and is good for us. When we do it well, we get what we want. If we don't get what we want, we know that we need to improve on our lying skills. More lying practice is needed. That's why we lie all the time.

    Tests conducted in 2002 by Feldman, showed that students told three lies on average per ten minutes of conversation.

  • Spicy egg bhurji @ the eggfactory

    Story with cooking tips: Egg Bhurji

    Isha teaches Hosh how to cook a spicy Indian scrambled eggs recipe.

    The quick & easy Anda Bhurji is a simple student food

  • Joseph Sugarman The greatest success stories were created by people who recognized a problem and turned it into an opportunityGet Perspective. Know what you want to learn & why you want it!

    Learning becomes fun or boring depending on our perspective.

    Interesting story on how to learn...

  • [red hot chilli peppers]How to make Green or Red Chili Pastes, which to use when & how to store them safely?

    Isha teaches Hosh a common curry base used worldwide, and gives cooking tips

  • B&W PainterIs initiation by Life superior to parental guidance?

    Insightful story of a painter who refused to ordain his own son in his ways.

    Was the experiment successful?

  • Fluffy and IndependentStory with cooking tips: Jira Rice

    Hosh learns how to cook Jeera Rice - cumin spiced rice.

    Isha's quick & easy rice cooking tips & Jeera Basmati recipe

  • Author Unknown Trust is like a piece of paper. Once it's crumpled, it can't be perfect againA King invited a famous visiting astrologer to study his horoscope and tell him about his future.

    The astrologer was quite learned.

    He studied it thoroughly and did his calculations well. Finally, he gave his verdict.

  • Last of her Kind (HDR)If you overvalue your work, the world will likely step in to knock down your price.

    But if you undercharge yourself, it's unlikely that the world will step in to compensate you appropriately.

    You can’t rely on others to value you correctly. It is not in their best interests to do so.