Oral Tradition from the Indus by Barlow and McNair

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Author Barlow, Thomas Lambert
Author McNair, John Frederick Adolphus, 1828-1910
Illustrator Fenn, L.
Title Oral Tradition from the Indus
Comprised in Tales to Which Are Added Explanatory Notes
Contents Introduction -- The Guru and his Greedy Disciple -- The Donkey-man and the Precious Stone -- The Fakir and the Bhânds -- The Miserly Moslem Priest and his Wife -- The King's Son, his Friend, and the Fakir -- Secundur Zulf-Kur-Nain -- The Farmer, the Crocodile, and the Jackal -- Faith Opposed to Magic -- The Fakir and his Quarrelsome Wife -- The Farmer and the Revenue Sowar -- Mūltān as Hot as Fire -- Shāitān and his Savage Wife -- Sakhi, the Generous Moslem -- The Priest, the Washerman, and the Ass -- Akbar and his Minister -- The Rajah, his Minister, and the Shepherd -- The Banjāra, his Dog, and the Banker -- How an Evil Spirit was Exorcised -- Bahadūr Singh and the Blind Beggar.
Language English
LoC Class GR: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: Folklore
Subject Panjabis (South Asian people) -- Folklore
Subject Folklore -- India -- Punjab
Subject Oral tradition -- India -- Punjab
Category Text
EBook-No. 59401
Release Date
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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