279. African Baobab Trees, a large Tamarind, the God Aiyanar and

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The god and his wives are supposed to take a ride every night, leaving good gifts at the houses of all who give them earthenware horses. The natives of India, it is stated by Drury, have a prejudice against sleeping under the Tamarind tree (Tamarindu

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Date: 9th March 2011

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