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Mythology and Folklore UN-Textbook: Indian Fairy Tales: The Lion and the Crane Week 4 Reading Favorite

The Ivory City and its Fairy Princess - Indian Fairy Tales

One day a young prince was out practising archery with the son of his father's chief vizier, when one of the arrows accidentally struck the.

How Sun, Moon and Wind Went to Dinner from Indian Folk and Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs

A Lesson for Kings - Indian Fairy Tales

Once upon a time, when Brahma-datta was reigning in Benares, the future Buddha returned to life as his son and heir.

John D. Batten for "Punchkin" in Indian Fairy Tales: "'Now, give me my parrot,' repeated Punchkin. 'Not so fast, my master,' rejoined the Prince; 'I must first beg that you will restore to life all whom you have thus imprisoned.' The Magician immediately waved his wand again; and... the whole garden became suddenly alive: where rocks, and stones, and trees had been before, stood Rajas, and Punts, and Sirdars, and mighty men on prancing horses, and jewelled pages, and troops of armed…

John D. Batten for "Punchkin" in Indian Fairy Tales: "'Now, give me my parrot,' repeated Punchkin. 'Not so fast, my master,' rejoined the Prince; 'I must first beg that you will restore to life all whom you have thus imprisoned.' The Magician immediately waved his wand again; and... the whole garden became suddenly alive: where rocks, and stones, and trees had been before, stood Rajas, and Punts, and Sirdars, and mighty men on prancing horses, and jewelled pages, and troops of armed…

Indian Fairy Tales - The Cruel Crane Outwitted

Mythology and Folklore UN-Textbook: Indian Fairy Tales: The Cruel Crane Outwitted Week 4 Reading Favorite

THE BEAR AND THE OLD MAN'S DAUGHTERS - Russian Fairy Tales - Pictures

There was once an old man and he had three little daughters, and one day he said to them:

THE BEAR'S PAW - Russian Fairy Tales - Pictures

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Indian fairy tales’ selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs; illustrated by John D. Batten. Published 1892 by D. Nutt

Indian fairy tales’ selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs; Published 1892 by D.

The Monkeys and the Hollow Canes  The wise monkey king and his monkey troop confront a fierce water-ogre who refuses to let them drink the water of his lake.

The Monkeys and the Hollow Canes The wise monkey king and his monkey troop confront a fierce water-ogre who refuses to let them drink the water of his lake.

WHY THE CHIPMUNK HAS BLACK STRIPES - Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children by Mabel Powers

At one time, the animals had tribes and chiefs, like men. It was when the porcupine was chief, that a council was called.

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