The Jatakas consist of over five hundred moralistic stories about the previous incarnations of the Buddha. Many of these stories may previously have been part of non-Buddhist Indian narrative traditions.
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Jataka stories of moral conduct and good behaviour.
Jataka Tales of the Buddha (Part I)
Four Jataka Tales: "Crossing the Wilderness", "The Traders of Seriva", "The Goat that Laughed and Wept", and "The Straw Worth More Than Gold".
Jataka Tales of the Buddha (Part II)
Three Jataka tales: "The Miserly Treasurer", "What's in a name?", and "The Queen's Necklace".
Jataka Tales of the Buddha (Part III)
Four Jataka tales: "The Fifth Precept", "A Good Friend", "The Sound the Hare Heard", and "The Great Monkey King".
A Jataka-Tale from the Tibetan
Article by H. Wenzel, published in "The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland."
The Jatakas Tales
Eighteen tales retold by Ellen C. Babbitt (1912); e-text from the Baldwin Project.
More Jataka Tales
By Ellen C. Babbitt (1922), e-text from the Baldwin Project.
Project Gutenberg: More Jataka Tales
Re-told by Ellen C. Babbitt.
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