from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A collection of popular tales and fables in Sanskrit, compiled in five books by a Brahman about 500 a. d. This work was translated into Persian, Arabic, Syriac, and most European languages, and became familiar in England as the fables of Pilpay (Bidpai).


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