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Bandar-log is a term used in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book to describe monkeys, specifically Langur monkeys. In Hindi, Bandar means 'monkey' and log means 'people'. The Bandar-log feature most prominently in the story Kaa's Hunting, where their scatterbrained anarchy causes them to be treated as pariahs by the rest of the jungle. Their foolish and chattering ways are illustrated by their slogan: We are great. We are free. We are wonderful. We are the most wonderful people in all the jungle! We all say so, and so it must be true. Bandar-log communicate almost entirely through the repetition of other animals' speech.
Media in category "Bandar-log"
The following 11 files are in this category, out of 11 total.
- Becque - Livre de la jungle, p79.jpeg 847 × 593; 141 KB
- Becque - Livre de la jungle10.jpeg 1,009 × 1,435; 449 KB
- John Charles Dollman - Mowgli made leader of the Bandar Log.jpg 944 × 704; 210 KB
- Jungle Book (1913) The Monkey Fight.png 1,032 × 1,368; 3.76 MB
- Putin talk 2011-12-15 09888-09940 Идите ко мне, бандерлоги.ogv 52 s, 380 × 220; 2.58 MB
- Saint Petersburg rally 2012-02-04 (11).jpg 2,048 × 1,536; 560 KB
- T2JB045 - Kaa's Hunting title illustration.JPG 1,541 × 865; 877 KB
- The second jungle book (1895) (14597814357).jpg 766 × 858; 93 KB