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Story of A Kind Man by Suram Daam

Description: A story recited by Suram Daam entitled "A Kind Man," in the Hunza dialect. In this popular story, A father searches for his wife and kids that have left to the fairy realm. As he searches for them, he is allowed to continue his search because many things see how kind he is, and are kind in return.
Date: June 8, 2010
Creator: Daam, Suram
Partner: UNT College of Information

Account by Abdullah on Fighting with a Bear [Edited]

Description: Recording of Abdullah sharing a personal account entitled “Fighting with a Bear” in the Nagar dialect of Burushaski. In this recollection, Abdullah recalls working in a great field in Kaceli with a team from France, and a bear was disturbing everyone in the area. One night the bear approached his tent, and Abdullah had to scare the bear away for a bit.
Date: June 26, 2010
Creator: Abdullah
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of Torti and Potorti

Description: Recording of Muhammad Wazir Khan ("Wazir Shafi") reciting the story entitled "Torti Potorti," a popular children's story in the Yasin dialect of Burushaski. The story is about two sisters, viz., Torti and Potorti.
Date: July 29, 2010
Creator: Khan, Muhammad Wazir
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of Limpi Kisar by Gul Nasreen

Description: Recording of Gul Nasreen reciting "Limpi Kisar," a popular story in the Hunza dialect of Burushaski. In this popular story Limpi Kisar was married to a woman, and she was stolen on their wedding day by an ogre. He travels up mountains to get his wife back.
Date: May 25, 2010
Creator: Nasreen, Gul
Partner: UNT College of Information

Story of Nosherwaane Aadil by Niyam

Description: Recording of Niyam reciting the story “Nosherwaane the Just” in the Yasin dialect of Burushaski. In this popular story there was a king named Qabaat, who had one muslim minister, and one hindu minister. When one of the minsters explained that two owls were discussing the injustice in Qabaat’s kingdom, he decided to become a very just king, and earned the name Nosherwaane the Just.
Date: July 26, 2010
Creator: Niyam
Partner: UNT College of Information