The Mahabharata contains the moral principles of the Hindu religion and explores traditional concepts such as duty, action and devotion. The Bhagavad Gita portion of the epic poem represents one of the first written cons... More »

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Honesty, respect for others, loyalty, responsibility for personal actions, generosity and kindness are all examples of moral values. They are defined as the ideals and principles that guide how people act. More »

The term "moral responsibility" refers to the duty that individuals and groups have to act in accordance with the moral principles that are important to their social communities and to humanity at large. When morality is... More »

The main characters of the Mahabharata are the Bharara family and those closely associated to them, like teachers and supporters. The Mahabharata is the longest epic tome known to exist and is longer than the Bible, the ... More »

A fable is a short story with a moral that has animals as the main characters. A parable is a short moral story without animals as characters. Fables and morals have been around for centuries, but modern moral stories, s... More »

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The moral of a story is its central theme or the message being represented by an author in subtext. These messages will usually tackle broad subjects of moral discourse, such as friendship, redemption, greed or humility.... More »

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According to the University of the West of England, a literature map is one that maps literature or literary concepts based on connections and associations. Much like other maps, a literature map is a helpful method of v... More »