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Once upon a time there lived seven brothers and a sister. The brothers were married, but their wives did not do the cooking for the family. It was done by their sister, who stopped at home to cook. The wives for this reason bore their sister-in-law much ill-will, and at length they combined together to oust her from the office of cook and general provider, so that one of themselves might obtain it. They said, "She does not go out to the fields to work, but remains quietly at home, and yet she has not the meals ready at the proper time.
In this way she will be delayed. Let the water not flow into her pitcher, and you may keep the maiden as your own. At noon when she went to bring water, it suddenly dried up before her, and she began to weep. Then after a while the water began slowly to rise. When it reached her ankles she tried to fill her pitcher, but it would not go under the water. Being frightened she began to wail and cry to her brother:. The water continued to rise until it reached her knee, when she began All Over Now - Great White - Once Bitten wail again:.
At length the water became so deep that she felt herself drowning, then she cried aloud:. The pitcher filled with water, and along with it she sank and was drowned. The Bonga then transformed her into a Bonga like himself, and carried her off.
After a time she re-appeared as a bamboo growing on the embankment of the tank in which she had been drowned. When the bamboo had grown to an immense size, a Jogi, who was in the habit of passing that way, seeing it, said to himself, "This will make a splendid fiddle.
The instrument had a superior tone and delighted all who heard it. The Jogi carried it with him when he went a-begging, and through the influence of its sweet music he returned home every evening with a full wallet. He now and then visited, when on his rounds, the house of the Bonga girl's brothers, and the strains of the fiddle affected them greatly.
Some of them were moved even to tears, for the The Fiddle - Various - Deep Magic Dance 36 seemed to wail as one in bitter anguish. The elder brother wished to purchase it, and offered to support the Jogi for a whole year if he would consent to part with his wonderful instrument.
The Jogi, however, knew its value, and refused to sell it. It so happened that the Jogi some time after went to the house of a village chief, and after playing a tune or two on his fiddle asked for something to eat. They offered to buy his fiddle and promised a high price for it, but he refused to sell it, as his fiddle brought to him his means of livelihood. When they saw that he was not to be prevailed upon, they gave him food and a plentiful supply of liquor.
Of the latter he drank so freely that he presently became intoxicated. While he was in this condition, they took away his fiddle, and substituted their own old one for it. When the Jogi recovered, he missed his instrument, and suspecting that it had been stolen asked them to return it to him. They denied The Fiddle - Various - Deep Magic Dance 36 taken it, so he had to depart, leaving his fiddle behind him.
The chief's son, being a musician, used to play on the Jogi's fiddle, and in his hands the music it gave forth delighted the ears of all who heard it. When all the household were absent at their labours in the fields, the Bonga girl used to come out of the bamboo fiddle, and prepared the family meal. Having eaten her own share, she placed that of the chief's son under his bed, and covering it up to keep off the dust, re-entered the fiddle.
This happening every day, the other members of the household thought that some girl friend of theirs was in this manner showing her interest in the young man, so they did not trouble themselves to find out how it came about.
The young chief, however, was determined to watch, and The Fiddle - Various - Deep Magic Dance 36 which of his girl friends was so attentive to his comfort. He said in his own mind, Smrdibuba - Dža Ili Bu - Lepa Kaseta will catch her to-day, and give her a sound beating; she is causing me to be ashamed before the others.
In a short time the girl came out of the bamboo fiddle, and began to dress her hair. Having Makin Moves - Daz Dillinger & JT The Bigga Figga - Long Beach To Fillmoe: Collectors Edition: The H her toilet, she cooked the meal of rice as usual, and having eaten some herself, she placed the young man's portion under his bed, as before, and was about to The Fiddle - Various - Deep Magic Dance 36 the fiddle again, when he, running out from his hiding-place, caught her in his arms.
The Bonga girl exclaimed, "Fie! But from to-day, you and I are one. When the others returned home in the evening, they saw that she was both a human being and a Bonga, and they rejoiced exceedingly. Now in course of time the Bonga girl's family became very poor, and her brothers on one occasion came to the chief's house on a visit. The Bonga girl recognised them at once, but they did not know who she was.
She brought them water on their arrival, and afterwards set cooked rice before them. Then sitting down near them, she began in wailing tones to upbraid them on account of the treatment she had been subjected to by their wives. She related all that had befallen her, and wound up by saying, "You must have known it all, and yet you did not interfere to save me.
Notes : Selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs, the book holds 29 Indian folktales. Putnam's Sons, New York, London. Stories for children from around the world. New ish Layout World of Tales has a fresh new look! I hope you like it! I will be clearing bugs in the next days. If you see something you don't like, please let me know.
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