Singhasan Battisi or the thirty-two Tales of Bikramajit [Vikramaditya; Bikramjit].  
  Translated into Hindi from the Sanskrit by Lalluji Lal Kabi. A new edition, revised, corrected, and accompanied with copious notes by Sayed Abdoollah.  

Author Kabi, Lalluji Lal [Tr.] / Sayed Abdoollah [Ed.]
Place of Publication London
Publication Name Sampson Low, Marston & Company
Year [1869]
Language(s) English Hindi & Urdu
RARE translation into Hindi of the famous Indian folk literary work `Singhasan Battisi`, designed as the text book for the examination of the selected candidates for Her Majesty`s Indian Civil Service, with added notes, explanatory of idiomatic and colloquial expressions, technical terms, and native habits and customs. 250x165mm. XVI+216 pages. Purple cloth embossed Hardcover with gilt spine. Cover very stained. Cover corners bumped and peeling. Spine yellowing/faded and slightly wrinkled. Spine edges bumped and peeling. Spine gilt partly faded. Small sticker on front endpaper bottom corner. Inner cover and whitepages slightly dirty. Text block edges yellowing. Pages bottom corner near binding bumped/wrinkled. Pages slightly yellowing and wavy. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book is otherwise in good condition.
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Catalog Index Number MC 12 26

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