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9 thoughts on “ Indian Folklore

  1. Modal says:
    Native American Indian Legends and Folklore This page is our collection of Native American folktales and traditional stories that can be read online. We have indexed these stories tribe by tribe to make them easier to locate ; however, variants on the same native legend are often told by American Indians from different tribes, especially if those tribes are kinfolk or neighbors to each other.
  2. Fenrijinn says:
    8 Fascinating Indian Myths and Legends Kali Yuga. In Hinduism, there are four distinct epochs, or yugas, and we are currently living in the fourth stage called Shesha Naga. Shesha Naga is a cosmic serpent who is believed to support all the planets of the universe on its thousand Madhavi.
  3. Vojin says:
    Indian mythologies often contain large groups of tales reciting the adventures of a distinguished mythical hero with supernatural attributes, who transforms and in some instances creates the world, who rights great wrongs, and corrects great evils, yet who often stoops to trivial and vulgar pranks.
  4. Goltijin says:
    National Folklore Support Centre (NFSC) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, registered in Chennai dedicated to the promotion of Indian folklore research, education, training, networking, and publications. The aim of the Centre is to integrate scholarship with activism, aesthetic appreciation with community development, comparative folklore studies with cultural diversities and identities, dissemination of information with multi-disciplinary dialogues, folklore fieldwork .
  5. Nikokazahn says:
    The Trickster is a consistent character within Native American folklore and mythology revealing himself in various animals or deities. Able to balance the vulgar with the sacred, the always mischievous Trickster tales were born from one’s own imagination and meant to .
  6. Gujas says:
    Abenaki Emergence Myth. Glooscap, The Trickster. Glooscap Turns Bad Into Good. Gluscabi And The Wind Eagle. Gluskabe Changes Maple Syrup. How Glooscap Created Sugarloaf Mountain. Oochigeas And The Invisible Boy. Rabbit Calls A Truce. The Story Of The Drum.
  7. Moshicage says:
    Children's book of illustrated American Indian monster folktales from many different tribes. Monster Tales of Native Americans: Another good collection of Native American monster mythology. The Field Guide to North American Monsters: Entertaining book about monster folklore of Canada and the United States, including several Native American legends.
  8. Vugar says:
    Indian folklore has a wide range of stories and mythological legends, which emerge from all walks of life. The interesting stories range from the remarkable ‘Panchatantra’ to ‘Hitopadesha’, from ‘Jataka’ to .

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