10 Responses to “Amaridevi”

  1. jhalpernkitcat

    Just as I thought–then again I happen to have a copy of Fearless Girls, Wise Women & Beloved Sisters: Heroines in Folktales from Around the World–which is awesome. This tale is one of my favorites in there.

  2. Maria João Barata

    This is my favourite story in awhile :D I like these kinds of tales that are fictional but are realistic enough that they *might* actually have happened :P

  3. MrPhoenix

    Is it La Llorona?

  4. Jessi

    Got this as soon as I read it, thank you Supernatural. It’s definitely La Llorona.

  5. Skemono

    Please use the link to submit your guesses.

  6. Skemono

    Please use the link to submit your guess.

  7. brykyo

    I wonder if you will ever do Zenobia

  8. Jason Porath

    She’s on the list! If you like her story, you’ll probably like Mavia’s even more. :D

  9. Chelsea Murray

    I’m so glad you decided to write about Amaridevi. Her story is my favorite in a book of folk tales my boyfriend bought me two years ago.