Tales From Bengal

Tales From Bengal

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The King Of Bengal Marries The Daughter Of A Poor Widow Because She Is Destined To Have A Son With A Moon On His Forehead And Stars On His Palms. But Chandralalat, As The Boy Is Named, And His Twin Sister Are Snatched Away From Their Parents At Birth. Baddu And Chhotu Are Friends But They Are Terribly Suspicious Of Each Other. Dukhu'S Helpful Nature Gets Her Great Rewards While Sukhu'S Selfishness Brings Her No Good. These Stories Are Part Of India'S Vanishing Heritage Of Oral Culture – Tales Told By One Generation To Another But Rarely Written. The Stories Here Are Taken From Bengal. Collection Of The Following Titles: Sukhu & Dukhu, Chandralalat, Baddu & Chhotu
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Title
Tales From Bengal
SKU
ACKTALES5572
Weight
0.1950
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ISBN
9788184825572
Binding
Paperback
Author
Anant Pai
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
No
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
2010
Pages
96
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
8-10 Years
Volume Number
10047
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Rs.150
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No
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