Pomegranate princess and other Indian folktales

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R.B.S.A. Publishers , Jaipur
Tales -- India -- Rajas

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India, Rajas

Statementcollected and retold with an introduction and afterword by Edward Hower ; original translations by M.K. Mukherjee ; illustrated, with a foreword, by O.P. Joshi.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGR305.5.R3 H69 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 158, [1] p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1832617M
ISBN 108185176337
LC Control Number89904520

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Pomegranate princess and other Indian folktales: Responsibility: collected and retold with an introduction by Edward Hower ; original translations by M.K. Mukerjee ; illustrated by O.P. Joshi. Previously published as: The pomegranate princess and other Indian folktales.

Includes bibliographical references (p. ) Hower is an Ithaca College faculty member Archives copy: UMI Books on Demand, Pages: The Pomegranate princess and other Indian folktales by Edward Hower, M K Mukerjee Hardcover.

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Drawing upon tales from the Hindu epics, the Pancatantra, Puranas, Jatakas, Nikayas, and other texts. Three handsome and clever brothers compete to find the world's most unusual gift, in a folktale that includes a note on doing good deeds, or mitzvah, and discusses the symbolism of.

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Inat a time when the study of India was primarily based on ancient texts, coins, and material remains, William Crooke dared to focus on living India--its everyday culture, age-old customs, and fictional narratives.

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Her example has been followed by Miss Stokes, by Mrs. Steel, and Captain (now Major) Temple, by the Pandit Natesa Sastri, by Mr. Knowles and Mr. Campbell, as well as others who have published folktales in such periodicals as the Indian Antiquary and The Orientalist.

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