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For the Readers and Researchers of Folktales in Hindi Language:
More then 1,600 folktales are available now from worldwide in Hindi language
The Best Collectible collection ever for Libraries, Researchers and Children

Here the titles of more than 1,600 folktales are given. These folktales have been adapted from various countries' folktales from English language published in various sources, Internet, books, journals, theses and oral sources etc. The titles of all the stories are listed here under Continent and then their Countries. This project is Non-Profit. Some of the folktales have been published in various media - as physical books, as Braille books, as e-Books and as individual tales. Other folktales are available only in PDF form through contact. Their number is ever increasing. For further information please contact:

Introduction to Folktales

Publishing of Folktales

Translation of Folktales

Publication of Results

New Project

Old Books of Folktales - This collection comprises the translated folktales and folktale books appeared around 1900 or before or are rare or are out of print.

Books of Folktales - A list of ready books is given here. Some of them are available on Internet to read. Click on the links and enjoy reading them. This collection is divided into three sections, (1) Foreign Folktales in Hindi, (2) By Topics and by a Series (3) One Story Many Colors

List of Folktales - Here is the list of all folktale titles written in Hindi language. There are more than 1,600 folktales from all over the world.

Sources of Folktales - General, Coyote, Iktomi, Raven, Scandinavian
Many useful terms have been briefly explained here to understand these tales.
Folktales-Hindi - This page has been created for our Hindi readers

Characters of Folktales - Anansi, Baba Yaga, Baldur, Coyote, EthiopianFreya, Iktomi, Loki, Mink, Odin, Raven, Scandinavian,

See the Blogs about them here --

And they are ever increasing...................

If you have any folktale from Africa, South America, Australia or Asia's any less known country to send to us, please do send it. We will publish it on our website with the acknowledgement of your name. If it will be in English, we will publish it in English and publish its translation in Hindi with our own translation.



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Created by Sushma Gupta on January 6, 2014
Modified on 04/14/19