The Jataka is a massive collection of Buddhist folklore about previous incarnations of the Buddha, both in human and animal form. Originally written in Pali, and dating to at least 380 BCE, the Jataka includes many stories which have travelled afar. Many of these can be traced cross-culturally in the folklore of many countries. This is volume three of six of the complete Jataka translation edited by E.B. Cowell. The Jataka is the treasury of tales of the past lives of the Buddha.
* Full version of the The Jataka Volume 3 (translator W.H.D. Rouse, editor E. B. Cowell) in English translation.
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