This week check out Santal Folk Tales translated by A. Campbell of the Santal Mission. The Santal People are a tribe in India. In the preface the translator admits to some bowdlerizing: "It was to be expected that in the popular tales of a simple, unpolished people like the Santals, expressions and allusions unfitted for ears polite would be found."
The story Seven Brothers and their Sister features the sacrifice of an unwilling victim. A jugi gosae (a caste of Hindus who make and sell doras) is consulted.