Fascinating Folktales of Punjab, vol 1-3


Fascinating Folktales of Punjab, vol 1-3


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A set of three picture books, individually shrink wrapped.

The main story is in Punjabi, there’s a transliteration (romanised) version at the end of the book along with rhyming translation in English.

Volume 1: The Sparrow and the Pippal.

A hungry little sparrow finds a seed but loses it in a Pippal tree who does not want to return it. Determined, the sparrow uses her wits, and after several failed attempts, ultimately retrieves her seed. This fun fable teaches a valuable lesson in persistence and patience.

Volume 2: The Sparrow and the Crow.

A sweet sparrow works hard to grow her food. A crafty, lazy crow tries to cheat his way out. Under a Bohar tree, this tale with a message of honesty and hard work connects the little ones to the land of Punjab.

Volume 3: The Lamb and the Dhol.

A little lamb passes through the jungle to visit his grandmother. The jungle is full of wild animals who want to gobble him up, but the lamb outsmarts them all. A lesson in bravery and smarts was never so much fun.

Additional information

Weight 0.750 kg
Dimensions 17.8 × 17.8 × 4 cm


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