Nice number of Tibetan stories with illustrations and lively desk of Contents for children and adults.
From the Preface:
It is located one of the outdated, outdated histories of the Tibetans girl demon dwelling one of the mountains in Northern India mated with a monkey from the forests of Tibet, and from this union sprang the Tibetan race of individuals. The higher a part of their literature is of a sacred nature, telling in their construction, of the formation of the realm, of Buddha and his extraordinary beginning and loss of life, of his reincarnations and the revisions of his teachings.
A type of almanac, a bit astronomy, plans for casting a horoscope, and plenty of books choked with non secular teachings and superstitions, together with the worship of devils and demons, are approximately all that may be found.
The little tales during this e-book are informed because the humans take a seat round their boiling tea remodeled a 3 stone camp-fire. they're passed down from father to son, from mom to daughter, and although frequently choked with their superstitious ideals, via all of them run a vein of humor and the lessons of an ethical fact that's particularly unexpected.
These stories have been amassed via Dr. A. L. Shelton on his journeys one of the Tibetans, round their camp-fires at evening, and of their black tents excessive up within the mountains.
Every nation has its folk-lore stories that experience continually been a pleasure and enjoyment to the kids, not just in their personal land, yet of different lands as well.
May those tales upload a bit to this excitement and pleasure all over, in whatever tongue they are translated or in no matter what land they are read.
FLORA BEAL SHELTON
Table of Contents
ONE: The clever Bat
TWO: The Tiger and the Frog
THREE: The Cony Who received Into undesirable Company
FOUR: the tale of the Donkey and the Rock. (A Black Tent Story)
FIVE: tale of the silly Head-man
SIX: How the Fox Fell a sufferer to His personal Deceit
SEVEN: The Ingratitude of Man
NINE: The clever Carpenter
TEN: the tale of Drashup and the Goddesses
ELEVEN: How the Louse received the Black Streak Down His Back
TWELVE: the fellow and the Ghost
THIRTEEN: The depraved Stepmother
FOURTEEN: tale of the 2 Devils.
FIFTEEN: The clever Woman
SIXTEEN: the 3 Friends
SEVENTEEN: The Rabbit and Bumblebee Bee
EIGHTEEN: How the Rabbit Killed the Lion
NINETEEN: How the King misplaced His nice Jewel
TWENTY: the tale of the 3 Hunters
TWENTY-ONE: The Hunter and the Unicorn
TWENTY-TWO: the choice of the authentic as to Who Owned the only Hundred oz of Silver
TWENTY-THREE: tale of the Prince's Friend
TWENTY-FOUR: How the Raven kept the Hunter
TWENTY-FIVE: the 2 Thieves. (A Black Tent Story)
TWENTY-SIX: The Golden Squash. (A Black Tent Story)
TWENTY-SEVEN: the tale of the Bald-Headed Man
TWENTY-EIGHT: the guy with 5 acquaintances with diverse coloured Eyes. (A Black Tent Story)
TWENTY-NINE: the tale of the Violinist
THIRTY: How the Sacred Duck acquired His Yellow Breast
THIRTY-ONE: the 2 Little Cats
THIRTY-TWO: tale of a Juggler's Tricks
THIRTY-THREE: How the Wolf, the Fox and the Rabbit devoted a Crime
THIRTY-FOUR: The Pewter Vase
THIRTY-FIVE: A Rabbit Story
THIRTY-SIX: the tale of a Juggler
THIRTY-SEVEN: the tale of a Turquoise
THIRTY-EIGHT: a smart Idiot
THIRTY-NINE: the fellow and the Monkeys
FORTY: the tale of the Tree of existence
FORTY-ONE: the tale of the guy with the Goitre
FORTY-TWO: the tale of the Beggar
FORTY-THREE: The, Wily bad Man
FORTY-FOUR: The Quarrel of the 5 Friends
FORTY-FIVE: The Frugal Woman
FORTY-SIX: the tale of Yugpacan the Brahman. From Jaschke
FORTY-SEVEN: the tale of DaJang. From Amundsen
FORTY-EIGHT: Like Unto Solomon. From Jaschke
FORTY-NINE: Tibetan track, Translated from the Tibetan, with music
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