In Puranic tales, animals speak with human-like wisdom, blending nature and imagination uniquely. The Ramayana showcases Hanuman's playful mix of human and apish traits. Exploring Khandavaprastha, Pandavas set the forest ablaze, involving Agni, Aswasena, and Maya. Amidst this, the Saranga birds' story unfolds, revealing themes of sacrifice and family. As the forest burns, the fledgling birds face danger, emphasizing life's cycle. Meanwhile, Mandapala, reborn as a bird, witnesses these events, understanding the transient nature of relationships. These interconnected stories offer profound lessons on sacrifice, familial bonds, and the delicate balance between nature and imagination in Puranic literature.