Cinderella

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  • The Wicked Stepmother
  • My wife turned into a goat!
  • Whenever you are hungry bang on my horns woth a stick for food
  • One day a Brahman adjured his wife not to eat anything without him or else she should become a she goat. In reply, the Brahman's wife begged him not to eat anything without her, or else he would be turned into a tiger. One day the Brahman's wife, while giving food to her children, herself took a little taste; and her husband not present. That very moment she was changed into a goat.
  • In a few years he was married again, but this wife did not like the children. She gave them little food. Their mother heard their complainings. Whenever they were hungry, she told them to bang of her horns with a stick and food should fall for them.
  • One day their stepmother had a one-eyed daughter. When the daughter could walk and talk well she had her play with the kids and find out how they were getting food. When the mother found out she pretended to be ill and had the doctor prescribe her goat meat. When the kids and their father found out they were very sad, but they had little money to buy another goat. Their mother told them to bury their bones and ask for food when hungry. They ate the goat but the kids only got the bones.
  • When she heard that the goat supplied her stepchildren with food the woman got very angry, and determined to kill the beast as soon as possible. She pretended to be sick and had the doctor prescribe her prescribe some goat's flesh for her. The little children cried and went to their mother and told her everything. Their mother said to bury her bones and ask for food. Its body was cut into pieces and cooked, and the stepmother had the meat, but the stepchildren got the bones. They did that with them and got food.
  • One day when the stepdaughter was washing her face in the stream, her nose ring fell out. A fish saw it in the water and ate it. When a fisherman later caught the fish, he sold it to the king for his dinner. When the cook cut open the fish, he was surprised to see the ring and gave it to the king.
  • The king was so intrigued by the nose ring that he sent out a proclamation and set it to every town and village that whosoever had missed a nose ring should apply to him. Within a few days the brother of the girl reported to the king that the nose ring belonged to his sister, who had lost it one day while bathing her face in the river. The king ordered the girl to appear before him, and was so fascinated by her pretty face and nice manner that he married her, and provided support of her family.
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