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Indian Tales There are very few books which have disappointed me to the core, and this book is definitely tops the list First, the stories are very very very short, like no content at all Even children of 8 yr old will get bored by the stories written in this book Second, There is nothing about Indian Heroes, Heroines, their adventures as the book s back cover says Quality of the paperback very poor So both quality and quantity of the content is very poor, I can t imagine why is it priced so high There are very few books which have disappointed me to the core, and this book is definitely tops the list First, the stories are very very very short, like no content at all Even children of 8 yr old will get bored by the stories written in this book Second, There is nothing about Indian Heroes, Heroines, their adventures as the book s back cover says Quality of the paperback very poor So both quality and quantity of the content is very poor, I can t imagine why is it priced so high I wanted to kill myself considering why did I choose this book in the first place for buying Interesting small little fables for your childhood or if you are the explorer of the world of fables and folk lores True to its words the book travels through different styles of folks thus gathering India s culture, rituals, ethics and morals imbibed together. Thestories in this collection of Indian heroes and heroines, their adventures, misfortunes and triumphs, of gods and demons and of animals, have been told to generations of children over the years

  • Hardcover
  • 104 pages
  • Indian Tales
  • Romila Thapar
  • English
  • 04 October 2019
  • 0140348115

About the Author: Romila Thapar

Romila Thapar is an Indian historian and Professor Emeritus at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi A graduate from Panjab University, Dr Thapar completed her PhD in the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.Her historical work portrays the origins of Hinduism as an evolving interplay between social forces Her recent work on Somnath examines the evolution of the historiographies about the legendary Gujarat temple.Thapar has been a visiting professor at Cornell University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the College de France in Paris She was elected General President of the Indian History Congress in 1983 and a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy in 1999.