Steel. Tales of the Punjab.

Today's free book is Tales of the Punjab by Flora Annie Steel (1917). You can find out more about this book in the Raja Rasalu unit of the Myth-Folklore UnTextbook.

For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image. These stories also appear in Wide-Awake Stories: A Collection of Tales Told by Little Children, between Sunset and Sunrise, in the Panjab and Kashmir by F. A. Steel and R. C. Temple, which you can find at Hathi Trust.

This book is available at the Baldwin ProjectProject Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books. There is also a free Kindle ebook.

The illustrations are by J. Lockwood Kipling, and I've made a Flickr collection.

Sir Buzz: text
The Rat's Wedding: text
The Faithful Prince: text
The Bear's Bad Bargain: text
Prince Lionheart and his Three Friends: text
The Lambikin: text
Bopoluchi: text
Princess Aubergine: text
Valiant Vicky, the Brave Weaver: text
The Son of Seven Mothers: text
The Sparrow and the Crow: text
The Tiger, the Brahman, and the Jackal: text
The King of the Crocodiles: text
The Anklebone: text
The Close Alliance: text
The Two Brothers: text
The Jackal and the Iguana: text
The Death and Burial of Poor Hen-sparrow: text
Princess Pepperina: text
Peasie and Beansie: text
The Jackal and the Partridge: text
The Snake-woman and King Ali Mardan: text
The Wonderful Ring: text
The Jackal and the Pea-hen
The Grain of Corn: text
The Farmer and the Money-lender: text
The Lord of Death: text
The Wrestlers: text
The Legend of the Glacier-hearted Queen: text
The Barber's Clever Wife: text
The Jackal and the Crocodile: text
How Raja Rasalu was Born: text
How Raja Rasalu Went Out Into the World: text
How Raja Rasalu's Friends Forsook Him: text
How Raja Rasalu Killed the Giants: text
How Raja Rasalu Became a Jogi: text
How Raja Rasalu Journeyed to the City of King Sark: text
How Raja Rasalu Swung the Seventy Fair Maidens: text
How Raja Rasalu Played Chaupur with King Sarkap: text
The King Who was Fried: text
Prince Half-a-son: text
The Mother and Daughter Who Worshipped the Sun: text
The Ruby Prince: text

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