4 edition of Tales from India. found in the catalog.
Tales from India.
Ten stories from the Panchatantra, a collection of folk tales written in Sanskrit around 200 B.C.
Stories from the Panchatantra.
|Other titles||Fables of Bidpai. English.|
|Statement||Retold by Asha Upadhyay. Illustrated by Nickzad Nodjoumi.|
|Contributions||Nojoomi, Nikzad, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.U6 Tal|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 56 p.|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||75146651|
Get this from a library! Tales from India. [J E B Gray; Rosamund Fowler] -- "Beautifully told retellings of classic stories from India. Full of richness and warmth, these tales of tender love, great heroism, acts of sacrifice, foolishness and friendship come vividly to life. Trickster tales are always a big hit with my 4 year old. Very Hungry Lion. The pages of this book are made from silk-screened images on to rice and cotton paper. A note in the back explains the illustrations were adapted from the Warli tradition of folk painting in western India.
“Classic Tales from India is a delight both to the mind and to the heart. The illustrations and the write-ups are divine. This is truly a must for all Indophiles both in India and abroad.”--VANAMALI, author of Shiva and The Complete Life of Krishna “Delightful storytelling delicately . Tales From India. Sponsored by Book Links. 63 Resources including; 2 Videos; 5 Book Readings; 14 Lesson Plans; List Analysis Report; Showing of 16 book results. Sort by Add Multiple Titles to Reading List. Seven Blind Mice. by Ed Young. 21 Resources. Add to Reading.
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The book, Tales from India was written by famous and controversial Rudyard Kipling. I don't know whether to be angry at the writer for portraying the treatment of natives during British Raj in an almost glorifying manner OR be angry at him about turning the beautiful stories that start great but turn into tales of despair, illness, death, abuse, war and suffering/5.
Discover a world of classic tales from India. Come on a journey with renowned storyteller Jamila Gavin as she writes of great floods, legendary romances, and epic battles between good and evil. This new collection of Hindu tales, including the birth of the gods, tales of creation, and the arrival of humans, is illuminated by Amanda Hall's exquisite artwork, which reflects Discover a world of classic /5.
Tales from India (Oxford Myths and Legends) [Gray, J. B., Fowler, Rosamund] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tales from India (Oxford Myths and Legends)/5(4). This interesting book provides fourteen stories from ancient India, most of which have sub-stories in them.
They are typically Indian in their style and content, dealing with characters like kings, princesses, aristocrats and Brahmins along with vampires, demigods and courtesans/5(5). Tales of India Magical Adventures of Three Indian Princes Hardcover – January 1, by Marie Ponsot (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). India: True Stories (Travelers' Tales Guides) Paperback – Janu by James O'Reilly (Editor), Larry Habegger (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Larry Habegger Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
See search results for this author. Are you an author. /5(22). “Tales and Legends from India” is divided into three sections – Tales from the Epics, Tales from the Jataka and Regional Tales and Legends. All the sections have between five to twelve stories in them. The book is a rather short read and can be done in a matter of 2 hours.
It is all of pages. What I liked about the book was the kind /5. The best book available in market about exceptionally beautiful tales from India.
I recommend everyone to read this book. The introduction by Ramanujan is a short essay why folk tales are important and it talks about the tale of a tale/5. Panchatantra Tales. The Panchatantra is a legendary collection of short stories from India. Originally composed in the 2nd century B.C, Panchatantra is believed to be written by Vishnu Sharma along with many other scholars.
The purpose behind the composition was to implant moral values and governing skills in the young sons of the king. Indian fairy tales. Notes: Selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs, the book holds 29 Indian folktales. Author: Various Editor: Joseph Jacobs Published: Publisher: G.
If one judges books by their covers, then “Tales of India” is an instant success being bound in a highly colorful and traditional Indian motif which is cohesive with the lovely internal illustrations at the beginning of each tale. However, the text is not as strong as the graphics/5.
Indian Tales by Shenaaz Nanji and illustrated by Christopher Corr is a phenomenal collection of daily life stories from different regions of India. Each section takes on the personality of the region and brings forward the colors and imagery from that region's lifestyle and legends/5(9).
Collections of the region’s folk tales include Tales of the Punjab: Folklore of India by Flora Annie Steel, Tales of the Sun or Folklore of Southern India by Ms. Howard. - Buy Travelers' Tales India: True Stories book online at best prices in India on Read Travelers' Tales India: True Stories book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(17).
Translated from twenty-two Indian languages, these one hundred and ten tales cover most of the regions of India and represent favorite’s narratives from the subcontinent.
A.K. Ramanujan’s outstanding selection is an indispensable guide to the richness and vitality of India /5(52). Travelers' Tales India book. Read 20 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
India is among the most difficult—and most rewarding—of plac /5. India is the second most populous country with billion people. During its years of history, four of the major religions in the world were formed in India. The collection of folktales from India consists of four books with 69 folktales.
About Folktales from India An enchanting collection of tales, translated from twenty-two different languages, that are by turns harrowing and comic, sardonic and allegorical, mysterious and romantic.
Flood stories are found in many cultures, and this new title from author Chitra Soundar acquaints readers with a flood tale from Southern India. Here, a young boy named Pattan finds himself aboard a giant pumpkin with plants and animals galore as they all.
“Classic Tales from India is a delight both to the mind and to the heart. The illustrations and the write-ups are divine. This is truly a must for all Indophiles both in India and abroad.” – VANAMALI, author of Shiva and The Complete Life of KrishnaReleased on: J.
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Ltd., 3A Dev Regency,11, First Main Road, Gandhinagar, Adyar,Chennai – Phone: +91 44 ,+91 44 "Everyday" tales that almost all children in India learn come from a variety of sources.
These are often familiar to Western children who have heard Aesop's fables; in fact, some scholars believe that the Aesop fables originated from tales told in India.