The main purpose of folklore is to convey a moral lesson and present useful information and everyday life lessons in an easy way for the common people. Folk tales sugarcoat the lessons of hard life in order to give audience pointers about how they should behave. It is one of the best mediums to pass on living culture or traditions to future generations. Currently, many forms of folk literature have been transformed into books and manuscripts, which we see in the form of novels, histories, drama , stories, lyric poems and sermons, etc. Folk literature is, however, not merely a carrier of cultural values; rather, it is also an expression of self-reflection. It merely not serves as a platform to hold high moral grounds without any relevance to present day reality; instead writers use it as a commentary or satire on current political and social reality. In the modern academic world, folklores and folktales are studied to understand ancient literature and civilizations.