Tales of ancient India; translated from the Sanskrit.

[Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1959] .

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Subjects Contes -- Inde.
Tales -- India.
Description 260 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1959]
Contents The king and the corpse. The faithful suitors ; The transposed heads ; The three fastidious brahmins ; The three sensitive queens ; The man who changed sexes ; The king and the spiteful seductress ; The son of three fathers ; The boy who sacrificed himself ; Four who made a lion ; The rejuvenated hermit ; The insoluble riddle -- The tale of two bawds -- The man who impersonated god Visnu -- The city of gold -- The red lotus of chastity -- Gomukha's escapade -- Two tales of destiny. Destiny triumphant ; Destiny conquered -- The perfect bride -- The Buddhist king of Taxila -- The brahmin who knew a spell -- Mahosadha's judgment -- The prince and the painted fairy -- Two kingdoms won. The first prince's story ; The second prince's story -- The travels of Sanudasa the merchant.
Geographic Area India
Network Numbers (OCoLC)360199
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Buitenen, J. A. B. van 1928-1979.
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