Folklore was passed down from earlier generations, who told the stories verbally. Each generation would then tell their own children, and these stories became part of a culture’s tradition.
Traditional stories about common people are the basis for most forms of folklore. These folktales typically involve a person or animal learning a valuable lesson by obeying – or, in most cases, not obeying
– cultural rules.
This lore is about beauty and our origin.
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