In this folktale, a fairy nurses an alder tree into a girl in order for her to look after her baby daughter.
A story about the speaker and her husband’s encounter with a bear on the river Dzali.
A children’s ditty traditionally sang while softening bird cherry fruits.
An account of how to make cherry tree shavings and their range of uses in the Udihe community.
A personal story telling how the Udihe used to hunt for ginseng roots.
A true story about a couple raising an abandoned roe cub.
An account by an Udihe woman explaining how her community used pieces of rotten ash tree for newborns.
A true narrative about an Udihe woman going on a hunting trip on the river with her husband and her son.
An account of the passing of an Udihe woman’s newborn son.
A speaker’s story about an Udihe amusement from her childhood: running around in the cold barefoot.
A folktale about seven sisters living together. When the eldest turn into an evil spirit, the others must flee.
A true story about a roe cub adopted by a couple and raised in their home as a dog.
A folktale about a bear and a tiger who go in search of a two-legged animal, reputed to be the strongest of all.
A legend about how shamans made barren Udihe women pregnant in the past.
A traditional performance of a song about a man and his two wives’ travel on the river Dzali.