Anglo-Indian Nursery Rhymes

An introduction – and demonstration – of some Anglo-Indian nursery rhymes.

Some nursery rhymes taught to my Grandma and cousin by their mothers and Ayah being passed on to another generation

Source: Valmay Young

 

Cover picture: Olu Eletu 

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2 thoughts on “Anglo-Indian Nursery Rhymes

  1. Enjoyable post Dan. It is interesting how the rhymes sing in both languages. I was reading somewhere recently that modern poetry is written to how it appears on paper and not how it flows from the tongue.

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