New fairy tales in bengali
Folk-Tales of Bengal: Twenty-Two Fairy Stories for Children by Lal Behari Dey (4 star ratings)This is a fully illustrated collection and is one of the first and the finest attempts to compile these treasures from Bengali folk literature. The book carries thirty-two beautiful illustrations, done by Warwick Goble, which really liven up the text. The stories include: (1) Life’s Secret, (2) Phakir Chand, (3) The Indigent Brahman, (4) The Story of the Rakshasas, (5) The Story of Swet-Basanta, (6) The Evil Eye of Sani, (7) The Boy Whom Seven Mothers Suckled, (8) The Story of Prime Sobur, (9) The Origin of Opium, (10) Strike but Hear, (11) The Adventures of Two Thieves and of Their Sons, (12) The Ghost-Brahman, (13) The Man Who Wished to Be Perfect, (14) A Ghostly Wife, (15) The Story of a Brahmandaitya, (16) The Story of a Hiram, (17) The Origin of Rubies, (18) The Match-Making Jackal, (19) The Boy with the Moon on his Forehead, (20) The Ghost Who Was Afraid of Being Bagged, (21) The Field of Bones, and (22) The Bald Wife. It is a pleasure to publish this new, high quality, and affordable edition of these timeless stories.
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Dakshinaranjan Mitra Majumder was the person who first collected some folk-stories of Bengali and published it under the name of " Thakurmar Jhuli " in of Bengali calendar. The Nobel-Laureate, Rabindranath Thakur wrote the introduction to the compilation. Since then, it has become a favourite of Bengali children. Over the years, it has become a household name in West Bengal and Bangladesh. Some characters and stories like " Lalkamal-Nilkamal " and Byangoma-Byangomi have gained a legendary status, especially among the children.