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Analysis of Story of Old Man and King by Raja Safdar Ali Khan

Description: Transcription, translation and linguistic analysis of the recording of Raja Safdar Ali Khan, a speaker of Srinagar Burushaski, narrating a popular story entitled "Mapher ke Tham" ('old man and king').
Date: Autumn 2004
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Personal Account of Family History by Raja Sakhawat Ali Khan

Description: Transcription and free English translation of the recording of Raja Sakhawat Ali Khan, a speaker of Srinagar Burushaski, providing a personal account of his family history. He recalls how his ancestors came to Srinagar and settled there. In this account, Sakhawat talks about his fathers, and his brothers and their children, and his own children, and about their occupation, etc. Transcriptions are in Burushaski with translations in English.
Date: July 2003
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of Adam and Eve by

Description: Transcription and free English translation of the recording of Gulzar Bibi narrating the story of "Hazrat Adam and Zizi Hawa" (Adam and Eve). Gulzar Bibi is a speaker of Srinagar Burushaski.
Date: Autumn 2004
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of Baadil Jamaal by Laila Khan (second version)

Description: Transcription of Laila Khan reciting "Baadil Jamaal" in the Hunza dialect. This popular story tells of the love between a price named Gakase Peibuluk and a fairy named Baadil Jamaal. Transcription in Burushaski with translations in English.
Date: Summer 2009
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of Maghlot and Girkis by Raja Jamsheed Ali Khan

Description: Transcription and translation of the recording of Raja Jamsheed Ali Khan narrating the story of "Maghlot ke Girkits" ('weasel and rat') in the Srinagar dialect. In this popular story two boys are born conjoined, and are separated by a knife. The two brothers are raised by two separate clans, always meeting in constant contention with each other, giving them the nicknames Maghlot ('weasel') and Girkits ('rat') for their physical and behavioral traits. Knowing the brothers would create instability, the king separates the kingdom into two halves, creating the divide between the Hunza and the Nagar people
Date: June 2008
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of the Fox and the Rooster

Description: Transcription and free English translation of the recording of Raja Safdar Ali Khan reciting "The Fox and The Rooster," a popular story in the Srinagar dialect. This popular story tells of a hungry fox and a boastful rooster, and advises children to be way of how they speak and act. Transcription in Burushaski with translations in English.
Date: June 2004
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of the Fox and the Rooster (analysis)

Description: Transcription, translation and linguistic analysis of the recording of Raja Safdar Ali Khan reciting "The Fox and The Rooster," a popular story in the Srinagar dialect of Burushaski. This popular story tells of a hungry fox and a boastful rooster, and advises children to be way of how they speak and act. Transcription in Burushaski with translations and analysis in English.
Date: June 2004
Creator: Munshi, Sadaf
Partner: UNT College of Information