Myths of the Hindus and Buddhists
Courier Corporation, 1967 M01 1 - 399 páginas
Gathered together in a single volume, here are the most important stories of Indian mythology, taken mainly from the epic poems the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, with additional tales from the purana and vedas from assorted narratives of Krishna, Buddha, and Shiva. The stories range from the initial stages of mythos to the final, mature state. Includes 32 illustrations by Abanindro Nath Tagore and others.
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CHAPTER PAGE I MYTHOLOGY OF THE INDOARYAN RACES I
THE RAMAYANA 6
OTHER STORIES FROM THE PURĀNAS EPICS AND VEDAS
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