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Indian fables The complete and emended Indian Fables, collected and edited by P. V. Ramasvami Raju. Some of its moral teachings have been trimmed for this edition, and four more fables are added.

  1. The Glow-Worm and the Daw
  2. The King and His Vassal
  3. The Fox and the Villagers
  4. The Lion, the Stag, and the Fox
  5. Tinsel and Lightning
  6. The Monkey and the Looking-Glass
  7. The Fawn and the Little Tiger
  8. The Lion, the Fox, and the Star
  9. The Sea, the Fox, and the Wolf
  10. The Four Owls
  11. The Tiger, the Wolf, and the Fox
  12. The Fox and the Farmer's Dog
  13. The Fox in the Well
  14. The Birds and the Lime
  15. The Wealthy Man and the String
  16. The Sword, the Razor, and the Strop
  17. The Well-Bred and the Ill-Bred
  18. The Drum and the Soldiers
  19. The Owls and the Crows
  20. The Fish and the Eagle
  21. The Camel and the Pig
  22. The Frog and the Snake
  23. The Dove and the Grasshopper
  24. The Sun and the Glow-Worm
  25. The Fox and the Crabs
  26. The Assembly of Animals
  27. The Worm and the Sun
  28. The Dog and the Dog-Dealer
  29. The Banquet of the Beasts
  30. The Beasts and the Fishes
  31. The Wise Man and His Two Pupils
  32. The Lion and the Cub
  33. The Peacock, the Goose, and the Turkey
  34. The Fools and the Drum
  35. The Fox and the Tame Elephant
  36. The Smithy
  37. The Ram, the Ewe, and the Wolf
  38. The Rag and the Ribbon
  39. The Man of Luck and the Man of Pluck
  40. The Thief and the Fox
  41. The Snake and the Parrot
  42. The Workman and the Trees
  43. The Elephant and the Fly
  44. The Man and the Snake
  45. The Sparrow and the Sea
  46. The Snakes and the Eels
  47. The Owl and His School
  48. The Cock and His Three Hens
  49. The Fox and His Shadow
  50. The Sun, the Wise Men, and the Wag
  51. The Raven and the Cattle
  52. The Nymphs, Luck and Ill-Luck
  53. The Peacock and the Crow
  54. The Miser and the Money Tree
  55. The Pigs and the Sage
  56. The Owl and the Echo
  1. The Ass and the Watch-Dog
  2. The Tiger and the Giraffe
  3. The Tiger, the Stag, and the Crocodile
  4. The Peacock and the Fox
  5. The Captain, the Soldier, and the Horses
  6. The Dog, the Wolf, and the Moon
  7. The Fool and His Fever
  8. The Elephant, the Frogs, and the Toad
  9. The Black Dog and the White Dog
  10. The Hare and the Pig
  11. The Elephant and the Ape
  12. The Raven, the Serpent, and the Bracelet
  13. The Wasp and the Prince
  14. The King, the Queen, and the Prime Minister
  15. The Tiger and the Hare
  16. The Lucky Man and the Sea
  17. The Lark and Its Young Ones
  18. The Peacock and the Tortoise
  19. The Crane, the Crab, and the Fish
  20. The Man and the Vault
  21. The Lotus, the Bees, and the Frogs
  22. The Crow and the Dawn
  23. The Tradesman and the Honest Servant
  24. The Tiger, the Fox, and the Hunters
  25. The Clever Minister
  26. The Farmer and the Fox
  27. The Kites, the Crows, and the Fox
  28. The Farmer and the Fox
  29. The Maid and the Wise Man
  30. The Man and His Piece of Cloth
  31. The Fox and the Dove
  32. The Lion and the Goat
  33. The Sage and the Animals
  34. The Two Gems
  35. The Crane and the Fool
  36. The Sun's Grandmamma
  37. The Lion, the Fox, and the Storyteller
  38. The Despot and the Wag
  39. The Lion and the Elephant
  40. The Sunling
  41. The Gentleman and the Sedan Bearers
  42. The Lion and the Gadfly
  43. The Sage and the Children
  44. The Mushroom and the Goose
  45. The Fox in a Warehouse
  46. The Cobbler and the Turkey
  47. The Frog and the King
  48. The Fish and Rain
  49. The Viper in the King's Garden
  50. The Hammer and the Anvil

  51. The Tortoise and the Geese
  52. The Pigeon and the Crow
  53. The Lion and the Crane
  54. He Could not Help Braying
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