2 edition of Folk Tales of Kashmir (Folk Tales of India Series) found in the catalog.
Folk Tales of Kashmir (Folk Tales of India Series)
Bani Roy Chowdhury
by Stosius Inc/Advent Books Division
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Genre/Form: Myths and legends: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knowles, James Hinton. Folk-tales of Kashmir. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, & Co. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 21 cm. Contents: The seven-legged beast --The cat who became a queen --Good King Hátam --Metempsychosis --The charmed ring --The crow-girl --A lach of rupees for a bit of advice --The Ogress-queen --The goldsmith and his friends --The tale of a prince --The prince who was changed into a ram --Saiyid and .
The Legend of Himal and Nagrai: Greatest Kashmiri Folk Tales is a collection of folk tales from Kashmir, collected and retold by anthropologist Onaiza Drabu. Memory and imagination of a group of people become extremely significant when its a group that is increasingly silenced by the rest of the society, making this collection all the more important to us in times like ours. Tales — India — Jammu and Kashmir Series. Folk tales of India series ; 2. [More in this series] Folk tales of India series ; 2 ; Bibliographic references Bibliography: p. LCCN ; .
Read Pakistani folk tales and love stories collected by Rev. Charles Swynnerton and Andrew Lang. Jump to full list of Pakistani folk tales. About: Pakistani folklore draws from Vedic, Persian, Indo-Greek and Islamic cultures, so their folk tales are robust with social . Book Details: Folk-Tales of Kashmir Rev. J Hinton Knowles Bibliography: xiv, pp., Demy 8vo. HB ISBN (10): HB ISBN (13):
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Folk-tales of Kashmir - James Hinton Knowles - Google Books Some folk-lorists believe that several tales must be attributed to a mythological origin, but some others believe that many tales must be. Folk-Tales of Kashmir  Paperback – January 6, by James Hinton Knowles (Author) › Visit Amazon's James Hinton Knowles Page.
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Download Book Loading Folk Tales From Kashmir. by S. Sadhu. Table of Contents: Foreword: The Burglar's Gift: The Mortal Utensils: Preface: The Two Thugs: The Hydra-Headed: The Precious Present: The Patwari and the Inexperienced Villager: The Physician's Son: The Devil Outwitted.
Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Rev J Hinton ioned: ble. Kashmiri Folktales Nine hundred years ago a remarkable collection of stories called Kathasaritsagara, the " Ocean of Stories", was produced in Kashmir. Somadeva, its author, is said to have included in this tome many stories which he had heard from others and which, in fact, had their origin in folk-literature.
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National Emergency Folk Tales of Kashmir by J. Ganhar. Publication date Topics Literature Publisher Publications Division. Folk Tales from Kashmir Download Book Loading Mahadev Bishta: A Clever Thief. by Braj B. Kachru. Kashmiri Kashmiri children refer to a cat as bishti. Mahadev would even mew to make people think that it was a cat.
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National Emergency Library. Top Folk-tales of Kashmir. by Knowles, James Hinton. Publication date Topics Folklore Publisher London, K. Paul, Trench, Trübner &. This volume of folk tales presents many of the stories generally current in Kashmir today, some of them indeed with many parallels in other parts of India and outside.
Manut and Pan:uv or Toh Thug and Mengan Thug occur frequently in the idiom of our conversation everyday, and Himal and Nagrai, Shabrang and Akanandun are referred to in our. Suffice it to say that folk tales comprise a respectable volume of literature in all languages which is being explored with increasing interest everywhere.
The earliest tales of this kind are traced to about B.C. in Egypt. There is an unmistakable similarity in many folk tales of countries as far apart as Kashmir and France or China and. The Lucky Bird's lifeless body was transported there. The Mother Bird and the Sister Birds then brought some green leaves and grass that could raise the dead, and stuffed them into the Lucky Bird's beak.
In no time, the Lucky Bird opened her eyes. The woodcutter was ecstatic to see her alive again. The Lucky Bird then spoke, "Luck appears and. Let outsiders too know a little about Kashmir’s literary treasures. Posted in this series of Grandma’s Stories are the Kashmiri folk tales and Talmih in three languages viz Kashmiri (Dev-Kash Script), Hindi and English.
I hope readers enjoy them and pass them on to their near and dear ones in the interest of the Kashmiri heritage. – In the summer ofI was in Srinagar, Kashmir. During a curfew, I had an idea, to record my grandmother narrating folktales of Kashmir, that I grew up listening to and sleeping to.
While she was spinning the Pashmina wool, that she has been making for all her life, she started narrating the tale of a wood cutter and Prophet Sulaiman.