Indian fabulist whose existence is as troubling as the Aesop. According to some traditions lived into the second Millennium B.c. There is written with its name the Tranta Pancha in Sanskrit, translated into the language pelvi and published in the 6th century under the title of Calilah and Dimnah. Subsequently, it was translated into Arabic and Hebrew. This work is a kind of moral and political novel whose main characters are two jackals.