Folktales from India: a selection of oral tales from twenty-two languages

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Pantheon Books, 1991 - Fiction - 345 pages
10 Reviews
Features seventy tales of horror, comedy, allegory, mystery, gods, beasts, beggars, ogres, and dervishes

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Review: Folktales from India (Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library)

User Review  - April Singh - Goodreads

read a story in beehive. it had a reference to this book. and i issued it from my college library. there are lots and lots of good stories in this book. this is a kind of book that you could never finish because every time you reread it, it feels fresh and first hand. Read full review

Review: Folktales from India (Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library)

User Review  - Mary Catelli - Goodreads

Titled with care, since there is a lot of regional differences. The Muslim vs. Hindu are the most pronounced and easy to see. All of them, of course, have the possibility of polygamous unions. Very ... Read full review

Contents

Tell It to the Walls Tamil
3
Brothers Day Rajasthani J 5
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The Clever DaughterinLaw Kannada
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