Devi. Orient Pearls

Today's free book is The Orient Pearls: Indian Folk-Lore by Shovona Devi. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books.


A Feast of Fists: text
The Hawk the King-Maker: text
The Wax Prince: text
The Golden Parrot: text
The Tables Turned: text
The Princess with the Borrowed Life: text
The Hermit Cat: text
The Crop of Fried Maize: text
The Monkey Bridegroom: text
The Wooden Maid: text
The Lucky Moustache: text
The Flutes of Fortune and Misfortune: text
The Monkey-Ferryman: text
The Monkey Giant-Killer: text
The Golden Calf: text
The Wages of Sin: text
A Nose for a Nose: text
The Jackal, The Goat, and The Wolf: text
The Riddle of the Puppets: text
The Bride of the Sword: text
The Foolish Vow: text
The Pearl Goose: text
The Ungrateful Goat: text
The Elephant-Wrestler: text
Uncle Tiger: text
The Crab Prince: text
The Giant Outwitted by the Dwarf: text
The Hireling Husband: text

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