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

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Pantheon Books, 1991 - Fiction - 345 pages
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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  - 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

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

User Review  - Bineet - Goodreads

The best book available in market about exceptionally beautiful tales from India. I recommend everyone to read this book. The introduction by Ramanujan is a short essay why folk tales are important and it talks about the tale of a tale. More than 150 stories collected in a single book. Read full review

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