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Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit

by Translated by S. M. Mitra

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Published by Waking Lion Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction / Folklore

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9580880M
    ISBN 101600963994
    ISBN 109781600963995

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Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit by Translated by S. M. Mitra Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit. Notes: The nine stories in this book Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit book translated from Sanskrit - an ancient Indian language. Translator: S. Mitra Editor:. Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit - Kindle edition by N/A, D'Anvers, N., Mitra, Siddha Mohana. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit/5(29). The stories of Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit are unusual compared to other fairy tale and folklore collections from around the world, because after each story, questions are posed to the reader.

As the collection’s editor Nancy Bell states in the book’s foreword, these questions help adults look at children’s mental processes and problem. The commonality between them is that they are all Indian (specifically Hindu) folk tales.

Most of the tales are set in the past, but readers can relate to characters and events that take place. All the tales are written in a simple fashion for younger readers (as a nice introduction to Hindu mythology and folk tales)/5(29). A book of stories, much akin to fairy tales, with questions for introspection suitable to children.

Not being well versed with Hindu philosophy, I felt as if I may not be fully appreciating the background morality for the tales but still enjoyed them/5.

Thanks to Mr. Mitra, the well-known Hindu psychologist and politician, who has done so much to draw more closely together the land of his birth and that of his adoption, I am able to bring within reach of English children a number of typical Hindu Tales, translated by him from the Sanskrit, some of them culled from the ancient classics of India, others from widely separated sources.

Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit S. Mitra and Nancy Bell Format: Global Grey free PDF, epub, Kindle ebook Pages (PDF): Publication Date: Download Links (below donate buttons). The Taj Mahal is a white marble mausoleum located in Agra, India.

It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The Taj Mahal is widely recognized as the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the masterpieces of the world's heritage. Read "Hindu Tales From The Sanskrit" by S.

Mitra And Nancy Bell available from Rakuten : Gutenberg. HAWTHORNE'S STORIES FROM A WONDER-BOOK FOR GIRLS AND BOYS, Edited by J. Fowler, M A 1s 3d. HAWTHORNE'S TANGLEWOOD TALES. Edited by J. Fowler, M.A. Parts I and II 1s. each. HEROES OF ASGARD, THE. By A. and E. Keary. Adapted and Edited by M.

Earle 1s. HINDU TALES FROM THE SANSKRIT. Edited by Mrs A Bell. NJAL AND GUNNAR. Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit Contents The magic pitcher -- The story of a cat, a mouse, a lizard and an owl -- A royal thief-catcher -- The magic shoes and staff -- The jewelled arrow -- The beetle and the silken thread -- A crow and his three friends -- A clever thief -- The hermit's daughter.

Hindu Tales From The Sanskrit by S. Mitra. Publication date Topics Literature Collection millionbooks; universallibrary Language English. Addeddate BOOK COVER download. download 1 file. DAISY download. For print-disabled users. download 1 file. English children a number of typical Hindu Tales, translated by him from the Sanskrit, some of them culled from the ancient classics of India, others from widely separated sources.

The latter have hitherto been quite inaccessible to western students, as they are not yet embodied in literature, but have been transmitted orally from generation to.

The money and jewels had been stolen by a man, who had been told where they were by a young servant girl in the palace whose name was Jihva, which is the Sanskrit word for tongue; and this girl was in a great fright when she heard that a revealer of secrets had been taken before the king.

The Paperback of the Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit by Siddha Mohana Mitra, N. D'Anvers | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : VolumesOfValue. Read "Hindu Tales From the Sanskrit" by S.

Mitra available from Rakuten Kobo. Delightful classic stories from ancient India. Includes questions after each chapter to enhance understanding and help r Brand: Publishdrive.

Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit Translated by S. Mitra Adapted by Mrs. Arthur Bell INTRODUCTORY NOTE. Thanks to Mr. Mitra, the well-known Hindu psychologist and politician, who has done so much to draw more closely together the land of his birth and that of his adoption, I am able to bring within reach of English children a number.

Read Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit, free online version of the book by S. Mitra and Nancy Bell, on S. Mitra and Nancy Bell's Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit consists of 9 parts for ease of reading.

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OCLC Number: Notes: Project Gutenberg. Description: 1 online resource. Contents: The magic pitcher --The story of a cat, a mouse, a lizard and an owl --A royal thief-catcher --The magic shoes and staff --The jewelled arrow --The beetle and the silken thread --A crow and his three friends --A clever thief --The hermit's Title.Index of Hindu Tales from the Sanskrit; Previous part (1) Next part (3) What is the chief lesson to be learnt from this story?

STORY V The Jewelled Arrow. CHAPTER I In the city of Vardhamana in India there lived a powerful king named Vira-Bhuja, who, as was .Thanks to Mr. S. M. Mitra, the well-known Hindu psychologist and politician, who has done so much to draw more closely together the land of his birth and that of his adoption, I am able to bring within reach of English children a number of typical Hindu Tales, translated by him from the Sanskrit, some of them culled from the ancient classics of Reviews: 5.