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  1. Tutinama (Persian: طوطی‌نامه‎‎), literal meaning "Tales of a Parrot", is a 14th-century Persian series of 52 stories. An illustrated version containing miniature paintings was commissioned by the Mughal Emperor, Akbar in the later part of the 16th century/5.
  2. Jul 26,  · The merchant enters and inquires about the bird; sees the parrot hurt upon the neighboring roof and picks it up kindly. The parrot narrates to him the wiles of the coal-woman and its own prudence; assures the husband that his wife is innocent; but complains of her being so ungrateful; she had promised him a gold vase, and now treats him thus.
  3. Hyacinth Macaw – This species is the largest species of macaw, and the longest Parrot in the world. From head to tail, this birds measures up to ft. (40 in.) long! This bright blue bird is also the second heaviest Parrot species, behind the kakapo of New Zealand. Habitat of the Parrot.
  4. Hopi legend about the beginnings of the Parrot Clan. Recommended Books of Parrot Stories from Native American Myth and Legend Native American Animal Stories: Great collection of American Indian tales about animals, told by Abenaki storyteller Joseph Bruchac. Flights of Fancy: Birds in Myth, Legend, and Superstition: A good book on the meaning.
  5. It’s only after the bird arrives home, and the excitement has worn off, is the unsuspecting consumer hard hit with the reality of parrot parenthood. The additional cleaning, the destruction of personal property, “sudden” biting and behavior problems, and the continual .
  6. Jun 13,  · “Pluck this Parrot and cook it, and place it [for me to eat] when I come.” Having said [this] the woman again went to the palace. The girl, having plucked the Parrot and finished it and placed the Parrot there, went into the house for the billhook in order to cut up the Parrot. At the place where the Parrot was put there was a covered drain.
  7. Jan 02,  · This bird also enjoys a visible presence as subjects of satire and moral wisdom in Indian fables of the 3rd-4th centuries BCE such as Jataka tales and Panchatantra. But the most famed depiction of the parrot is as Suka, the vahana (mount) of Kamadev, the God of Desire, and his companion Rati. Its gift of the gab makes it a symbol of love and.
  8. Tales of a Parrot: Of a Brahmin Falling in Love Posted on July 30, by storybiz When the sun sunk into the west and the moon appeared in the east, Khojisteh went to the parrot to ask leave and said, “O thou wise bird, whose counsels are prudent and who acts the part of a friend!
  9. The Parrot flew away, well content to have scattered in Blondine's heart the first seeds of discontent and ingratitude. The Parrot had scarcely disappeared when Bonne-Biche entered. She appeared greatly agitated. "With whom have you been talking, Blondine?" looking suspiciously towards the open window. "With no one, madam," said the princess.

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