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Indian nights" entertainment, or, Folk-tales from the upper Indus

by Charles Swynnerton

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Published by E. Stock in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folklore -- India.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith numerous illustrations by native hands
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGR305 .S7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 380 p. :
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24179673M
    LC Control Number01019177
    OCLC/WorldCa2554170

    From Indian Nights' Entertainment: or, Folk-tales from the Upper Indus by Charles Swynnerton, with illustrations by Indian artists whose na. What others are saying The Greedy Monkey A monkey goes away hungry because he is greedy.   Source: Charles Swynnerton, Indian Nights’ Entertainment: Folk-Tales from the Upper Indus (London: Elliot Stock, ), no. 42, pp. Photograph You .

    The Rev. Charles devoted much of his time in India to collecting from original sources a large number of folk tales from the Upper Indus, and these were published as "The Adventures of the Panjab Hero Raja Rasalu" (), "Indian Nights Entertainment" () and "Romantic Tales from the Punjab"(). At that time he was a member of the Royal. My love may be homely, but it is true, genuine and lasting, and I entreat your forgiveness." Then the king perceived how great a mistake he had made, and there followed a full reconciliation. Source: Charles Swynnerton, Indian Nights' Entertainment; or, Folk-Tales from the Upper Indus (London: Elliot Stock, ), no. 27, pp.

    Source: Charles Swynnerton, Indian Nights' Entertainment; or, Folk-Tales from the Upper Indus (London: Elliot Stock, ), no. 74, p. This tale continues with addtional episodes further demonstrating the foolishness of the men of Buneyr. Buneyr (also spelled Banêr) is a district in northwestern Pakistan. Return to the table of contents.   Swynnerton, Charles () Indian Nights' Entertainment; or Folk-tales from the Upper Indus. Elliot Stock, London. Thurston, Edgar () Omens and superstitions of southern India. McBride, Nast and Company, New York. Vogel, Jean Philippe () The goose in Indian literature and art. , Leiden. Postscript: 3 September - thanks to Sh.


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35, pp. Footnote by Swynnerton: "Baneyrwal -- a Baneyr-walla -- a Baneyr-fellow -- an inhabitant of Baneyr." Return to the table of contents. Source: Charles Swynnerton, Indian Nights' Entertainment; or, Folk-Tales from the Upper Indus (London: Elliot Stock, ), no.

66, p. Return to the table of contents. Return to D. Ashliman's index of folklore and mythology electronic texts. Indian nights' entertainment; or, Folk-tales from the upper Indus. With numerous illustrations by native hands. (London, E. Stock, ), by Charles Swynnerton (page images at HathiTrust) Hawaiian folk tales; / (Chicago: A.

McClurg & co., ), by Thomas G. Thrum (page images at HathiTrust). Indian Nights' Entertainment or, Folk-tales from the Upper Indus () by Charles Swynnerton (transcription project) Santal Folk Tales () by Andrew Campbell (transcription project) Folk-tales of Kashmir () by James Hinton Knowles (transcription project).

The swan maiden is a mythical creature who shapeshifts from human form to swan form. The key to the transformation is usually a swan skin, or a garment with swan feathers attached. In folktales of this type, the male character spies the maiden, typically by some body of water (usually bathing), then snatches away the feather garment (or some other article of clothing), which prevents her from.

: Buy the book in hardcover. Return to top of page. The Feathery Robe. Indian Nights' Entertainment; or, Folk-Tales from the Upper Indus. London: Elliot Stock, no. 82, pp. Return to top of page.

The Seal's Skin. A web version of this tale does not exist due to. one from the Book of Leinster, one from later MSS. CHRISTIAN (J.). Behar Proverbs. Classified and arranged accord- (Rev. Ch.). Indian Nights Entertainment. Folk-Tales from the Upper Indus.

Small 4to. Illustrated. Elliot Stock, THE INTERNATIONAL FOLK-LORE CONGRESS, I89I. Papers and Indian Institutions and Feudalism.

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Indian Artist Monkey Folk Illustration Painting Jumpsuit Paint Painting Art Monkeys. Charles Swynnerton, Indian Nights' Entertainment; or, Folk-Tales from the Upper Indus (London: Elliot Stock, ), no. 22, pp. 56– Clothing is not at stake in this story. Clothing is not at stake in this by: 1.