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“A bright light, like that of the moon, was seen shining on his forehead” , ill.  27, pg 237 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“A bright light, like that of the moon, was seen shining on his forehead” , ill. 27, pg 237 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

Hundreds of peacocks of gorgeous plumes…. Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912.

Hundreds of peacocks of gorgeous plumes…. Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912.

“They then set out on their journey”, ill. 11, pg 106 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“They then set out on their journey”, ill. 11, pg 106 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“She took up the jewel in her hand, left the palace, and successfully reached the upper world”, ill. 4, pg 22 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“She took up the jewel in her hand, left the palace, and successfully reached the upper world”, ill. 4, pg 22 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“A monstrous bird comes out apparently from the palace", ill. 12, pg 117 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“A monstrous bird comes out apparently from the palace", ill. 12, pg 117 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

She brushed by a Sankchinni.  Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912.  (Source: archive.org)

She brushed by a Sankchinni. Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912. (Source: archive.org)

At the door of which stood a lady of exquisite beauty.  Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912.  (Source: archive.org)

At the door of which stood a lady of exquisite beauty. Warwick Goble, from Folk-tales of Bengal, by Lal Behari Day, London, 1912. (Source: archive.org)

“The Suo queen went to the door with a handful of rice”, ill. 2, pg 1 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“The Suo queen went to the door with a handful of rice”, ill. 2, pg 1 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“At dawn he used to cull flowers in the forest”, ill. 20, pg 181 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

“At dawn he used to cull flowers in the forest”, ill. 20, pg 181 from Warwick Goble: Folktales of Bengal, 1912

You would adorn the palace of the mightiest sovereign - Warwick Goble, Folk-tales of Bengal

You would adorn the palace of the mightiest sovereign - Warwick Goble, Folk-tales of Bengal

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