Folklore in Southern India Part I by Pandit S. M. Natesa Sastri - 1884

Folklore in Southern India Part I by Pandit S. M. Natesa Sastri - 1884

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Folklore in Southern India Part I by Pandit S. M. Natesa Sastri
1884 Ex-Lib Hardcover Bombay Education Society Press, Byculla, stamped with London: Trubner & Co.

Paṇḍit Natêśa Sástrî was a scholar of 18 languages and a former government worker in the Department of Art and Sculpture Archeology. Tales of India involving magic, gods and other elements.

About this Item: London: Trubner & Co., 1884. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Purple leather boards. Ex-Library. Pages faintly yellowed. Spine faded. Overall very good. Dated 1884 on the title page. 295 pages.

The contents of this book are as follows:
1. THE THREE DEAF MEN
2. WHY BRAHMANS CANNOT EAT IN THE DARK.
3. THE SOOTHSAYER'S SON
4. RANAVIRASING 
5. CHARITY ALONE CONQUERS 
6. MR. WON'T-GIVE AND MR. WON'T-LEAVE
7. MR. MIGHTY-OF-HIS-MOUTH AND MR. MIGHTY-OF-HIS-HANDS
8. THE MOTHER-IN-LAW BECAME AN ASS
9. APPAYYA
10. THE BRAHMAN GIRL THAT MARRIED A TIGER
11. THE GOOD HUSBAND AND THE BAD WIFE
12. THE GOOD WIFE AND THE BAD HUSBAND
13. THE FOUR GOOD SISTERS
14. THE MONKEY WITH THE TOM-TOM
15. GOOD WILL GROW OUT OF GOOD
16. PRIDE GOETH BEFORE A FALL
17. LIGHT MAKES A PROSPERITY
18. THE FIVE CUPS
19. THE BRAHMARAKSHASA
20. THE STACHET-BEARER
21. THE BRAHMARAKSHASA AND THE HAIR
22. THE BEGGAR AND THE FIVE MUFFINS
23. THE BRAHMAN PRIEST WHO BECAME AN AMILDAR
24. THE GARDENER'S WIFE; 295 pages. 

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