Indian Fairy Tales
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Indian Fairy Tales

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  • INDIAN FAIRY TALES
    • PREFACE.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • CONTENTS.
  • INDIAN FAIRY TALES.
    • I. PHÚLMATI RÁNÍ.
    • II. THE POMEGRANATE KING.
    • III. THE CAT AND THE DOG.
      • Introduction.
      • The Story.
    • Introduction.
    • The Story.
    • IV. THE CAT WHICH COULD NOT BE KILLED.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • V. THE JACKAL AND THE KITE.
    • VI. THE VORACIOUS FROG.
    • VII. THE STORY OF FOOLISH SACHÚLÍ.
    • VIII. BARBER HÍM AND THE TIGERS.
    • IX. THE BULBUL AND THE COTTON-TREE.
    • X. THE MONKEY PRINCE.
    • XI. BRAVE HÍRÁLÁLBÁSÁ.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • XII. THE MAN WHO WENT TO SEEK HIS FATE.
    • XIII. THE UPRIGHT KING.
    • XIV. LOVING LAILÍ.
    • XV. HOW KING BURTAL BECAME A FAKÍR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • XVI. SOME OF THE DOINGS OF SHEKH FARÍD.
    • XVII. THE MOUSE.
    • XVIII. A WONDERFUL STORY.
    • XIX. THE FAKÍR NÁNAKSÁ SAVES THE MERCHANT’S LIFE.
    • XX. THE BOY WHO HAD A MOON ON HIS FOREHEAD AND A STAR ON HIS CHIN.
    • XXI. THE BÉL-PRINCESS.
    • XXII. HOW THE RÁJÁ’S SON WON THE PRINCESS LABÁM.
    • XXIII. THE PRINCESS WHO LOVED HER FATHER LIKE SALT.
    • XXIV. THE DEMON IS AT LAST CONQUERED BY THE KING’S SON.
    • XXV. THE FAN PRINCE.
    • XXVI. THE BED.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • XXVII. PÁNWPATTÍ RÁNÍ.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • XXVIII. THE CLEVER WIFE.
    • XXIX. RÁJÁ HARICHAND’S PUNISHMENT.
    • XXX. THE KING’S SON AND THE WAZÍR’S DAUGHTER.
    • NOTES.
      • INTRODUCTORY.
      • I.—PHÚLMATI RÁNÍ.
      • II.—THE POMEGRANATE KING.
      • III.—THE CAT AND THE DOG.
      • IV.—THE CAT THAT COULD NOT BE KILLED.
      • VI.—THE RAT AND THE FROG.
      • VII.—FOOLISH SACHÚLÍ.
      • VIII.—BARBER HÍM AND THE TIGERS.
      • IX.—THE BULBUL AND THE COTTON-TREE.
      • X.—THE MONKEY PRINCE.
      • XI.—BRAVE HÍRÁLÁLBÁSÁ.
      • XII.—THE MAN WHO WENT TO SEEK HIS FATE.
      • XIII.—THE UPRIGHT KING.
      • XIV.—LOVING LAILÍ.
      • XV.—HOW KING BURTAL BECAME A FAKÍR.
      • XVI.—SOME OF THE DOINGS OF SHEKH FARÍD.
      • XVII.—THE MOUSE.
      • XVIII.—A WONDERFUL STORY.
        • FOOTNOTE:
      • FOOTNOTE:
      • XIX.—THE FAKÍR NÁNAKSÁ SAVES THE MERCHANT’S LIFE.
      • XX.—THE BOY WHO HAD A MOON ON HIS FOREHEAD AND A STAR ON HIS CHIN.
      • XXI.—THE BÉL-PRINCESS.
      • XXII.—HOW THE RÁJÁ’S SON WON THE PRINCESS LABÁM.
      • XXIII.—THE PRINCESS WHO LOVED HER FATHER LIKE SALT.
      • XXIV.—THE DEMON IS AT LAST CONQUERED BY THE KING’S SON.
      • XXV.—THE FAN PRINCE.
      • XXVI.—THE BED.
      • XXVII.—PÁNWPATTÍ RÁNÍ.
      • XXVIII.—THE CLEVER WIFE.
      • XXIX.—RÁJÁ HARICHAND’S PUNISHMENT.
      • XXX.—THE KING’S SON AND THE WAZÍR’S DAUGHTER.
    • INTRODUCTORY.
    • I.—PHÚLMATI RÁNÍ.
    • II.—THE POMEGRANATE KING.
    • III.—THE CAT AND THE DOG.
    • IV.—THE CAT THAT COULD NOT BE KILLED.
    • VI.—THE RAT AND THE FROG.
    • VII.—FOOLISH SACHÚLÍ.
    • VIII.—BARBER HÍM AND THE TIGERS.
    • IX.—THE BULBUL AND THE COTTON-TREE.
    • X.—THE MONKEY PRINCE.
    • XI.—BRAVE HÍRÁLÁLBÁSÁ.
    • XII.—THE MAN WHO WENT TO SEEK HIS FATE.
    • XIII.—THE UPRIGHT KING.
    • XIV.—LOVING LAILÍ.
    • XV.—HOW KING BURTAL BECAME A FAKÍR.
    • XVI.—SOME OF THE DOINGS OF SHEKH FARÍD.
    • XVII.—THE MOUSE.
    • XVIII.—A WONDERFUL STORY.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • XIX.—THE FAKÍR NÁNAKSÁ SAVES THE MERCHANT’S LIFE.
    • XX.—THE BOY WHO HAD A MOON ON HIS FOREHEAD AND A STAR ON HIS CHIN.
    • XXI.—THE BÉL-PRINCESS.
    • XXII.—HOW THE RÁJÁ’S SON WON THE PRINCESS LABÁM.
    • XXIII.—THE PRINCESS WHO LOVED HER FATHER LIKE SALT.
    • XXIV.—THE DEMON IS AT LAST CONQUERED BY THE KING’S SON.
    • XXV.—THE FAN PRINCE.
    • XXVI.—THE BED.
    • XXVII.—PÁNWPATTÍ RÁNÍ.
    • XXVIII.—THE CLEVER WIFE.
    • XXIX.—RÁJÁ HARICHAND’S PUNISHMENT.
    • XXX.—THE KING’S SON AND THE WAZÍR’S DAUGHTER.
    • GLOSSARY.
    • LIST OF BOOKS REFERRED TO.
    • INDEX.
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