Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India

Flora Annie Steel


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Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India is a collection of 43 folk-tales from the Punjab region of India. Written by Flora Annie Steel, it was first published in 1894. Stories include: 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 Beansir; 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, and many more.

This book has 171 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1894.

Production notes: This ebook of Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India was published by Global Grey in 2020.

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