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Folk-Tales of Bengal is a collection of twenty-two short folk tales by Bengali Indian journalist Lal Behari Day, first published in 1883. The stories include: Life’s Secret; Phakir Chand; The Indigent Brahman; The Story of the Rakshasas; The Story of Swet-Basanta; The Evil Eye of Sani; The Boy whom Seven Mothers suckled; The Story of Prince Sobur; The Origin of Opium; Strike but Hear; The Adventures of Two Thieves and of their Sons; The Ghost-Brahman; The Man who wished to be Perfect; A Ghostly Wife; The Story of a Brahmadaitya; The Story of a Hiraman; The Origin of Rubies; The Match-making Jackal; The Boy with the Moon on his Forehead; The Ghost who was Afraid of being Bagged; The Field of Bones; and, The Bald Wife.
This book has 114 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1883.
Production notes: This ebook of Folk-Tales of Bengal was published by Global Grey ebooks on the 26th February 2021. The artwork used for the cover is 'Two Nautch Girls' by Edwin Weeks.
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