Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India
Available in PDF, epub, and Kindle ebook, or read online. This book has 171 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1894.
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.
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