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THE TOTA KAHANI Parrot Tales
THE TOTA KAHANI Parrot Tales
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About the Book

Tales of mystic places and mysterious people pervade the pages of this book to fascinate, educate and fill our hearts with pleasurable emotions. Tales of princes and princesses, their clandestine lovers, tales of greed and jealousy are all eloquently told. Steeped in ancient history and culture they open up new vistas to brighten up this seemingly drab and dull world of ours. Many of these tales are simple and easily understood, whilst others are more sophisticated and carry a hidden and deeper message for the reader.

Taken originally from a Sanskrit collection this version of these particular tales was first translated and adapted in Persian and then re-translated into Hindustani. Their present form thus provides us with a great blend of many cultures and beliefs. All, however, help the reader understand and delight in one of the most fascinating of ancient civilizations.

 

CONTENTS
    Page No.
  DEDICATION ix
  PREFACE TO THE NEW EDITION xi
  PREFACE xiii
Tale 1 THE BIRTH OF MAIMUM, OF HIS
MARRIAGE WITH KHOJISTA, AND
OF KHOJISTA AND THE PRINCE
FALLING IN LOVE WITH EACH OTHER



1
  THE STORY OF FEROKH BEG AND HIS PARROT 6
Tale 2 THE FIDELITY OF A SENTINEL TOWARDS
THE KING OF TABRISTAN WHO REWARDED
BY MAKING HIM HIS HEIR-APPRENT


11
Tale 3 A CARPENTER AND A GOLDSMITH HAVING
UNITEDLY STOLEN SOME GOLDEN IMAGES
FROM SOMEWHERE AND CONCEALED
THEM IN A CERTAIN PLACE, FALL OUT
WITH ONE ANOTHER



 
Tale 4 A YOUNG NOBLEMAN TESTS THE HONOUR
AND CHASITY OF A SOLDIER'S WIFE, AND
IS PUT TO SHAME


22
Tale 5 A CARPENTER, A GOLDSMITH, A TAILOR
AND A RECLUSE QUARREL WITH ONE
ANOTHER ABOUT A WOODEN IMAGE,
AND ARE ALL PUT TO SHAME



29
Tale 6 ABOUT THE KING OF KINNAUJ AND HIS
DAUGHTER-AND A FAKIR FALLING IN
LOVE WITH HER

 
Tale 7 THE FOWLER, THE PARROT, AND THE
YOUNG ONES

37
Tale 8 THE MERCHANT'S WIFE WHO DECEIVED
HER HUSBAND AND CAINED HER OBJECT

40
Tale 9 THE VILLAGER'S WIFE WHO HAD AN
AMOUR WITH ANOTHER MAN
43
Tale 10 JACKAL TELLS A MERCHANTS DAUGHTER
OF A STRATAGEM BY MEANS OF WHICH
SHE PRESERVES HER CHARACTER


47
Tale 11 THE BRAHMAN WHO GAVE WAY TO
AVARICE AND WAS KILLED BY A TIGER
51
Tale 12 THE CAT WHO KILLED THE MICE AND FELL
INTO DISGRACE WITH THE OLD LION
54
Tale 13 SHAPUR, CHIEF OF THE FROGS AND THE
SNAKE

57
Tale 14 THE LION WHOWAS DUSOISED IF GUS
DEN BY A SIYAH GOSH, OR LYNX

60
Tale 15 ZARIR, THE WEAVER, WHOM FORTUNE
WOULD NOT BEFRIEND

64
Tale 16 THE FOUR RICH PRESONS WHO BECAME
POOR

67
Tale 17 THE JACKAL THAT WAS MADE KING,
AND THEN KILLED

70
Tale 18 THE AMOUR OF A BASHIR WITH A
WOMAN NAMED CHANDAR

73
Tale 19 THE RIDING MARE THAT DIED IN
CONSEQUENCE OF BEING KICKED BY A
TRADESMAN'S HORSE


78
Tale 20 THE WOMAN WHO ESCAPED OUT OF THE
THE CLUTCHES OF A LION

81
Tale 21 THE KING, THE PRINCE, THE FROG AND
THE SNAKE

83
Tale 22 THE MERCHANT'S DAUGHTER THAT
WAS LOST

87
Tale 23 BRHAMAN WHO WAS IN LOVE WITH
RAY BABUL'S DAUGHTER
91
Tale 24 THE SON OF RAY BABUL FALLS IN LOVE
WITH A CERTAIN

97
Tale 25 THE WOMAN WHO WENT TO THE MARKET
TO PURCHASE SUGAR AND HAD AN
INTRIGUE WITH A SHOPKEEPER THERE


101
Tale 26 THE KING WHO DECLINED THE DAUGHTER
OF A CERTAIN MERCHANT AND DIET OF
GRIEF IN CONSEQUENCE


104
Tale 27 THE POTTER WHOM THE KING TOOK INTO
HIS SERVICE, AND SUBSEQUENT MADE
COMMANDER OF THE FORCES


110
Tale 28 THE TIGRESS WHICH REARED A YOUNG
JACKAL ALONG WITH HER OWN WHELPS

114
Tale 29 THE NOBLEMAN WHO CONCEALED A
SNAKE IN HIS SLEEVE AND REPENTED
OF HIS FOLLY


117
Tale 30 THE SOLDIER AND THE GOLDSMITH,
AND HOW THE LATTER WAS KILLED ON
AN ACCOUNT OF HIS WEALTH


121
Tale 31 THE MERCHANT AND THE BRAHMAN,
AND OF THE BRAHMANS THAT WERE
BEATEN BY A BARBER


125
Tale 32 THE FROG, THE BEE AND CRANE, WHICH
CONSORTING TOGETHER KILLED AN
ELEPHANT


130
Tale 33 THE KING OF CHINA, IN A DREAM, FALLS
IN LOVE WITH A TURKISH PRINCESS,
AND SUBSEQUENTLY MARRIES HER


134
Tale 34 THE DONKEY AND THE NOBLE STAG,
AND HOW THEY WERE BOTH CAUGHT
140
Tale 35 A KING WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH THE
PRINCESS OF TURKEY; AND THE FINALE
END OF THE LEADING STORY


144

 

THE TOTA KAHANI Parrot Tales

Item Code:
IDH057
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2003
Publisher:
ISBN:
8177691155
Language:
English
Size:
8.3" X 5.3"
Pages:
152
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$17.00   Shipping Free
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About the Book

Tales of mystic places and mysterious people pervade the pages of this book to fascinate, educate and fill our hearts with pleasurable emotions. Tales of princes and princesses, their clandestine lovers, tales of greed and jealousy are all eloquently told. Steeped in ancient history and culture they open up new vistas to brighten up this seemingly drab and dull world of ours. Many of these tales are simple and easily understood, whilst others are more sophisticated and carry a hidden and deeper message for the reader.

Taken originally from a Sanskrit collection this version of these particular tales was first translated and adapted in Persian and then re-translated into Hindustani. Their present form thus provides us with a great blend of many cultures and beliefs. All, however, help the reader understand and delight in one of the most fascinating of ancient civilizations.

 

CONTENTS
    Page No.
  DEDICATION ix
  PREFACE TO THE NEW EDITION xi
  PREFACE xiii
Tale 1 THE BIRTH OF MAIMUM, OF HIS
MARRIAGE WITH KHOJISTA, AND
OF KHOJISTA AND THE PRINCE
FALLING IN LOVE WITH EACH OTHER



1
  THE STORY OF FEROKH BEG AND HIS PARROT 6
Tale 2 THE FIDELITY OF A SENTINEL TOWARDS
THE KING OF TABRISTAN WHO REWARDED
BY MAKING HIM HIS HEIR-APPRENT


11
Tale 3 A CARPENTER AND A GOLDSMITH HAVING
UNITEDLY STOLEN SOME GOLDEN IMAGES
FROM SOMEWHERE AND CONCEALED
THEM IN A CERTAIN PLACE, FALL OUT
WITH ONE ANOTHER



 
Tale 4 A YOUNG NOBLEMAN TESTS THE HONOUR
AND CHASITY OF A SOLDIER'S WIFE, AND
IS PUT TO SHAME


22
Tale 5 A CARPENTER, A GOLDSMITH, A TAILOR
AND A RECLUSE QUARREL WITH ONE
ANOTHER ABOUT A WOODEN IMAGE,
AND ARE ALL PUT TO SHAME



29
Tale 6 ABOUT THE KING OF KINNAUJ AND HIS
DAUGHTER-AND A FAKIR FALLING IN
LOVE WITH HER

 
Tale 7 THE FOWLER, THE PARROT, AND THE
YOUNG ONES

37
Tale 8 THE MERCHANT'S WIFE WHO DECEIVED
HER HUSBAND AND CAINED HER OBJECT

40
Tale 9 THE VILLAGER'S WIFE WHO HAD AN
AMOUR WITH ANOTHER MAN
43
Tale 10 JACKAL TELLS A MERCHANTS DAUGHTER
OF A STRATAGEM BY MEANS OF WHICH
SHE PRESERVES HER CHARACTER


47
Tale 11 THE BRAHMAN WHO GAVE WAY TO
AVARICE AND WAS KILLED BY A TIGER
51
Tale 12 THE CAT WHO KILLED THE MICE AND FELL
INTO DISGRACE WITH THE OLD LION
54
Tale 13 SHAPUR, CHIEF OF THE FROGS AND THE
SNAKE

57
Tale 14 THE LION WHOWAS DUSOISED IF GUS
DEN BY A SIYAH GOSH, OR LYNX

60
Tale 15 ZARIR, THE WEAVER, WHOM FORTUNE
WOULD NOT BEFRIEND

64
Tale 16 THE FOUR RICH PRESONS WHO BECAME
POOR

67
Tale 17 THE JACKAL THAT WAS MADE KING,
AND THEN KILLED

70
Tale 18 THE AMOUR OF A BASHIR WITH A
WOMAN NAMED CHANDAR

73
Tale 19 THE RIDING MARE THAT DIED IN
CONSEQUENCE OF BEING KICKED BY A
TRADESMAN'S HORSE


78
Tale 20 THE WOMAN WHO ESCAPED OUT OF THE
THE CLUTCHES OF A LION

81
Tale 21 THE KING, THE PRINCE, THE FROG AND
THE SNAKE

83
Tale 22 THE MERCHANT'S DAUGHTER THAT
WAS LOST

87
Tale 23 BRHAMAN WHO WAS IN LOVE WITH
RAY BABUL'S DAUGHTER
91
Tale 24 THE SON OF RAY BABUL FALLS IN LOVE
WITH A CERTAIN

97
Tale 25 THE WOMAN WHO WENT TO THE MARKET
TO PURCHASE SUGAR AND HAD AN
INTRIGUE WITH A SHOPKEEPER THERE


101
Tale 26 THE KING WHO DECLINED THE DAUGHTER
OF A CERTAIN MERCHANT AND DIET OF
GRIEF IN CONSEQUENCE


104
Tale 27 THE POTTER WHOM THE KING TOOK INTO
HIS SERVICE, AND SUBSEQUENT MADE
COMMANDER OF THE FORCES


110
Tale 28 THE TIGRESS WHICH REARED A YOUNG
JACKAL ALONG WITH HER OWN WHELPS

114
Tale 29 THE NOBLEMAN WHO CONCEALED A
SNAKE IN HIS SLEEVE AND REPENTED
OF HIS FOLLY


117
Tale 30 THE SOLDIER AND THE GOLDSMITH,
AND HOW THE LATTER WAS KILLED ON
AN ACCOUNT OF HIS WEALTH


121
Tale 31 THE MERCHANT AND THE BRAHMAN,
AND OF THE BRAHMANS THAT WERE
BEATEN BY A BARBER


125
Tale 32 THE FROG, THE BEE AND CRANE, WHICH
CONSORTING TOGETHER KILLED AN
ELEPHANT


130
Tale 33 THE KING OF CHINA, IN A DREAM, FALLS
IN LOVE WITH A TURKISH PRINCESS,
AND SUBSEQUENTLY MARRIES HER


134
Tale 34 THE DONKEY AND THE NOBLE STAG,
AND HOW THEY WERE BOTH CAUGHT
140
Tale 35 A KING WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH THE
PRINCESS OF TURKEY; AND THE FINALE
END OF THE LEADING STORY


144

 

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