Ramanujan. Oral Tales from India

This book is not in the public domain, but it is freely available online to the general public thanks to the generosity of the University of California Press!

The links below will take you to the story at the UC Press / California Digital Library site: A Flowering Tree And Other Oral Tales from India by A. K. Ramanujan.




A Story and a Song
Acacia Trees
The Adventures of a Disobedient Prince
Bride for a Dead Man
A Brother, a Sister, and a Snake
A Buffalo Without Bones
Cannibal Sister
Chain Tale
Another Chain Tale: What an Ant Can Do
The Clever Daughter-in-law
A Couple of Misers
The Dead Prince and the Talking Doll
A Dog's Daughters
A Dog's Story
Dolls
Double Double
Dumma and Dummi
Dwarfs
A Flowering Tree
Flute of Joy, Flute of Sorrow
Fools
A Jackal King
For Love of Kadabu
A Girl in a Picture
The Glass Pillar
A Golden Sparrow
The Greatest Thing
Hanchi
The Horse Gram Man
Hucca
The Husband's Shadow
In the Kingdom of Foolishness
In Search of a Dream
King and Peasant
Kutlavva
The Lampstand Woman
The Magician and His Disciple
A Minister's Word
Monkey Business
The Mother Who Married Her Own Son
Muddanna
Nagarani (“Serpent Queen”)
A Ne'er-do-well
Ninga on My Palm
Ogress Queen
An Old Couple
The Past Never Passes
A Peg and a Keg
The Pomegranate Queen
A Poor Man
The Princess of Seven Jasmines
The Prince Who Married His Own Left Half
The Rain King's Wife
Rich Man, Poor Man
A Sage's Word
The Serpent Lover
A Shepherd's Pilgrimage
Sister Crow and Sister Sparrow
Siva Plays Double
The Sparrow Who Wouldn't Die
A Sparrow With a Single Pea
Tales for a Princess
The Talking Bed
A Thief, a Ram, a Bear, and a Horse
Three Blouses
Three Magic Objects
Three Sisters Named Death, Birth, and Dream
The Three-Thousand-Rupee Sari
Thug and Master-Thug
Tree Trunk for a Boat
The Turtle Prince
A Wager
What the Milk Bird Said
Who Is the Greatest?
Why the Sky Went Up
The Worship of a Household God
A Story to End All Stories

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