The homely touch: Folk poetry of old India : selections from the 10th century Sattasai, a Prakrit anthology (Indo-Aryan languages and literature series)

 
9780939214334: The homely touch: Folk poetry of old India : selections from the 10th century Sattasai, a Prakrit anthology (Indo-Aryan languages and literature series)
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Although They Both Exist by Anonymous
Among All The Wives Of The Village Chief by Anonymous
As They Fly Around The Shoulders Of The Ox by Anonymous
At Daybreak, With Snow Coming by Anonymous
At The Time Of Ploughing by Anonymous
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People Who Do Not Even Know The Alphabet by Anonymous
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The Poor Man In The Wintertime by Anonymous
Praise Pasupati's Evening Libation by Anonymous
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The Slender Girl by Anonymous
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Son, Although She Is Shy by Anonymous
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When The Pair Of Deer Face The Blow by Anonymous
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While Her Husband Is Asleep by Anonymous
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Whoever Is Fat Was Born Like That by Anonymous
Whom Do You Greet, Oh Son by Anonymous
Why Do You Cry With Downcast Face by Anonymous
'why Don't You Keep Asking The Red Amarinth' by Anonymous
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The Woman, With The Palm Of Her Hand by Anonymous
You Are Gone, Not Caring! by Anonymous
The Young Bees Pursue The Nail-shredded Mango ... by Anonymous
Your Wife Is Faithful, But Mine Is Unfaithful by Anonymous
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