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Mehnat ka Mantra (The Magic Powder - A Folktale from Myanmar) - Hindi Story {Pratham Books}

Once upon a time, in a little village on the banks of the Irrawaddy river, there lived a young woman called Thuza. She was very happily married to handsome young Theingi. But there was one problem that nagged Thuza – her husband believed he would find a way to turn dirt into Gold! Did he succeed? Read this delightful tale from Myanmar to find out.

Story written by Greystroke, translated into Hindi by Shobhit Mahajan, published by Pratham Books. Narrated by Asawari Doshi.



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