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1. Artist in the Forest
2. Tribes knew Iron Smelting
3. Juang Art in Rings and Anklets
4. Youngest of Seven Sons: A Juang Story
5. Birsa Munda: A Hero of Tribal Movement
6. Indian Tribal Folklore: The Biyot Tripathy Collection

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Youngest of Seven Sons: A Juang Story
Tripathy, Dr. Biyotkesh

 

    In a kingdom there was a king, an old sadhaba, a propertied man. He had seven sons, sir. Of these sons, he finally got the youngest one married. All his other son's wives were good-looking and healthy. But the youngest one's wife was dark, black like the bottom of the earthen cooking pots. Very black, indeed. That son was bemoaning this: this bloody woman is so black, doesn't suit me at all! What shall I do? And the woman is pregnant! Advanced she was, sir, only a few days left for childbirth. What he thought, he thought of a way: let me ask her to come with me to cut wood in he forest. There I shall hack her dead and go away......... more

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Vol-1 Issue-2
1. Artist in the Forest
2. Tribes knew Iron Smelting
3. Juang Art in Rings and Anklets
4. Youngest of Seven Sons: A Juang Story
5. Birsa Munda: A Hero of Tribal Movement
6. Indian Tribal Folklore: The Biyot Tripathy Collection

 

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