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Tales of the Punjab by  Flora Annie Steel


 

 

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Front Matter


Sir Buzz
The Rat's Wedding
The Faithful Prince
The Bear's Bad Bargain
Prince Lionheart and his Three Friends
The Lambikin
Bopoluchi
Princess Aubergine
Valiant Vicky, the Brave Weaver
The Son of Seven Mothers
The Sparrow and the Crow
The Tiger, the Brahman, and the Jackal
The King of the Crocodiles
The Anklebone
The Close Alliance
The Two Brothers
The Jackal and the Iguana
The Death and Burial of Poor Hen-sparrow
Princess Pepperina
Peasie and Beansie
The Jackal and the Partridge
The Snake-woman and King Ali Mardan
The Wonderful Ring
The Jackal and the Pea-hen
The Grain of Corn
The Farmer and the Money-lender
The Lord of Death
The Wrestlers
The Legend of the Glacier-hearted Queen
The Barber's Clever Wife
The Jackal and the Crocodile
How Raja Rasalu was Born
How Raja Rasalu Went Out Into the World
How Raja Rasalu's Friends Forsook Him
How Raja Rasalu Killed the Giants
How Raja Rasalu Became a Jogi
How Raja Rasalu Journeyed to the City of King Sark
How Raja Rasalu Swung the Seventy Fair Maidens
How Raja Rasalu Played Chaupur with King Sarkap
The King Who was Fried
Prince Half-a-son
The Mother and Daughter Who Worshipped the Sun
The Ruby Prince

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