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Indian Fairy Tales

Indian Fairy Tales

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Indian Fairy Tales
Collected by Joseph Jacobs

Indian Fairy Tales

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Indian Fairy Tales...............................................................................................................................................1 Collected by Joseph Jacobs ......................................................................................................................1 PREFACE.................................................................................................
Indian Fairy Tales
Collected by Joseph Jacobs

Indian Fairy Tales

Table of Contents
Indian Fairy Tales...............................................................................................................................................1 Collected by Joseph Jacobs ......................................................................................................................1 PREFACE.................................................................................................

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Indian Fairy Tales
Collected by Joseph Jacobs
 
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Indian Fairy Tales...............................................................................................................................................1
Collected by Joseph Jacobs......................................................................................................................1PREFACE................................................................................................................................................2THE LION AND THE CRANE..............................................................................................................4HOW THE RAJA'S SON WON THEPRINCESS LABAM..................................................................5THE LAMBIKIN...................................................................................................................................11PUNCHKIN...........................................................................................................................................12THE BROKENPOT..............................................................................................................................19THE MAGIC FIDDLE..........................................................................................................................20THE CRUEL CRANE OUTWITTED...................................................................................................22LOVING LAILI.....................................................................................................................................24THE TIGER, THE BRAHMAN, AND THE JACKAL........................................................................30THE SOOTHSAYER'S SON................................................................................................................32HARISAMAN.......................................................................................................................................37THE CHARMED RING........................................................................................................................38THE TALKATIVE TORTOISE............................................................................................................42A LAC OF RUPEES FOR A BIT OF ADVICE...................................................................................43THE GOLD−GIVING SERPENT.........................................................................................................46THE SON OF SEVEN QUEENS..........................................................................................................47A LESSON FOR KINGS......................................................................................................................51PRIDE GOETHBEFORE A FALL......................................................................................................53RAJA RASALU....................................................................................................................................54THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN..........................................................................................................61THE FARMERAND THE MONEY−LENDER..................................................................................62THE BOY WHO HAD A MOON ON HIS FOREHEAD AND A STAR ON HIS CHIN...................63THE PRINCE AND THE FAKIR.........................................................................................................72WHY THE FISH LAUGHED...............................................................................................................75THE DEMONWITH THE MATTED HAIR.......................................................................................79THE IVORY CITY AND ITS FAIRY PRINCESS..............................................................................81HOW SUN, MOON, AND WIND WENT OUT TO DINNER............................................................89HOW THE WICKED SONS WERE DUPED......................................................................................90THE PIGEON AND THE CROW.........................................................................................................90NOTES AND REFERENCES............................................................................................................................92I. THE LION AND THE CRANE.........................................................................................................97II. PRINCESS LABAM.........................................................................................................................98III. LAMBIKIN......................................................................................................................................98 IV. PUNCHKIN.....................................................................................................................................98V. THE BROKEN POT.........................................................................................................................99VI. THE MAGIC FIDDLE..................................................................................................................100VII. THE CRUEL CRANE OUTWITTED.........................................................................................100VIII. LOVINGLAILI..........................................................................................................................101IX. THE TIGER, THE BRAHMAN, AND THE JACKAL................................................................101X. THE SOOTHSAYER'S SON.........................................................................................................101XI. HARISARMAN............................................................................................................................102XII. THE CHARMED RING..............................................................................................................102XIII. THE TALKATIVE TORTOISE.................................................................................................103XIV. LAC OF RUPEES......................................................................................................................103XV. THE GOLD−GIVING SERPENT...............................................................................................103
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Indian Fairy Tales
XVI. THE SONOF SEVEN QUEENS...............................................................................................104XVII. A LESSON FOR KINGS..........................................................................................................105XVIII. PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL........................................................................................105XIX. RAJA RASALU.........................................................................................................................105XX. THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN................................................................................................105XXI. THE FARMER AND THE MONEY−LENDER.......................................................................106XXII. THE BOY WITH MOON ON FOREHEAD............................................................................106XXIII. THE PRINCE AND THE FAKIR...........................................................................................106XXIV. WHY THE FISH LAUGHED.................................................................................................106XXV. THE DEMON WITH THE MATTED HAIR...........................................................................107XXVI. THE IVORY PALACE............................................................................................................108 XXVII. SUN, MOON, AND WIND...................................................................................................108XXVIII. HOW WICKED SONS WERE DUPED..............................................................................108XXIX. THE PIGEON AND THE CROW...........................................................................................109
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