Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India by Flora Annie Webster Steel

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Author Steel, Flora Annie Webster, 1847-1929
Commentator Temple, Richard Carnac, Sir, 1850-1931
Title Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India
Contents Sir Buzz -- The rat's wedding -- The faithful prince -- The bear's bad bargain -- Prince Lionheart and his three friends -- The Lambikin -- Bopolûchî -- Princess Aubergine -- Valiant Vicky, the brave weaver -- The son of seven mothers -- The sparrow and the crow -- The tiger, the brâhman, and the jackal -- The king of the crocodiles -- Little anklebone -- The close alliance -- The two brothers -- The jackal and the iguana -- The death and burial of poor hen-sparrow -- Princess Pepperina -- Peasie and Beansie -- The jackal and the partridge -- The snake-woman and king Ali Mardan -- The wonderful ring -- The jackal and the pea-hen -- The grain of corn -- The farmer and the money-lender -- The lord of death -- The wrestlers -- The legend of Gwâshbrâri, the glacier-hearted queen -- The barber's clever wife -- The jackal and the crocodile -- How Raja Rasâlu was born -- How Raja Rasâlu went out into the world -- How Raja Rasâlu's friends forsook him -- How Raja Rasâlu killed the giants -- How Raja Rasâlu became a Jôgi -- How Raja Rasâlu journeyed to the city of King Sarkap -- How Raja Rasâlu swung the seventy fair maidens, daughters of the king -- How Raja Rasâlu played chaupur with King Sarkap -- The king who was fried -- Prince Half-a-son -- The mother and daughter who worshipped the sun -- The Ruby Prince.
Credits Produced by Curtis A. Weyant, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team
Language English
LoC Class GR: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: Folklore
Subject Folklore -- India
Subject Panjabis (South Asian people) -- Folklore
Subject Tales -- India -- Punjab
Category Text
EBook-No. 6145
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Oct 11, 2014
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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