Folk Tales of India / bySonia Mehta ; Illustrated by Ahmed Sikander.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Gurgaon, Haryana : Penguin Random House India, 2019.Description: 62 p. : ill. ; 20 x 14 x 4 cmISBN:
- Discover India.
- 23 808.8254 MEH
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First Published in 2019.
The Tiger Groom. The Forgetful Son in Law. How Peacock Came to Be. The Brahmin's Ghost. Brave Nuchhimi. Dharmapada's Sacrifice. All for the Best. Janba's Story. The Clever Sparrow. The Woman Who Bought a Song.
Have you heard about Janba and Janai and their incredible generosity?
Do you know the story of the tiger who married a young woman?
What about the story of the woman who bought a song?
From Madhya Pradesh to Mizoram, Kerala to Maharashtra, Indians have for centuries had a treasure trove of folk stories to tell. Join Mishki, Pushka and Daadu Dolma to read these stories and several more traditional tales from across India!
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