Proverbs and Folklore of Kumaun and Garhwal
Ganga Datt Upreti
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts [and] Concept Publishing Company, 2003 - Folklore - 400 pages
Originally Published Towards The End Of 19Th Century, It Is A Rich Collections Of Proverbs, Axioms, Sayings And Phrases For Specific Occasions As Well As The Customs And Manners Out Of Which They Arise. Classified Into More Than 200 Themes. An Appendix Furnishes 114 New Proverbs.
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