A translation of The Brazen Serpent into Urdu, here identified as Hindustani, which is widely used in Pakistan and northern India. This was the sixth religious text translated into Hindustani at the time. "The Brazen Serpent" was the title for multiple religious tracts and was a popular theme in religious teachings.
BRB1492, The Brazen Serpent. Calcutta: Printed at the Baptist Mission Press, for the Calcutta Christian Tract and Book Society, 1843.
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