Princess Chandralekha

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King Vikram was given the obligation of conveying Betal to a tantric. Betal generally signifies ‘fiendish soul’. Each time Vikram endeavored to catch Betal, it revealed to him a story that finished with an enigma. On the off chance that Vikram couldn’t address the inquiry effectively, Betal consented to stay in bondage. Be that as it may, if the king knew the appropriate response and still stayed silent, his head would blast into a thousand pieces. Furthermore, if King Vikram spoke, Betal would escape and come back to his tree.

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King Shoorsen

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Lord Vikram was given the obligation of conveying Betal to a tantric. Betal generally signifies ‘underhanded soul’. Each time Vikram endeavored to catch Betal, it disclosed to him a story that finished with an enigma. On the off chance that Vikram couldn’t respond to the inquiry effectively, Betal consented to stay in imprisonment. Be that as it may, if the lord knew the appropriate response and still stayed silent, his head would blast into a thousand pieces. Also, if King Vikram spoke, Betal would escape and come back to his tree.

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The Brave Son: Vikram Betaal Story

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King Vikram was given the obligation of bringing Betal to a tantric. Betal customarily signifies ‘fiendish soul’. Each time Vikram attempted to catch Betal, it disclosed to him a story that finished with a puzzle. On the off chance that Vikram couldn’t respond to the inquiry effectively, Betal consented to stay in bondage. However, on the off chance that the lord knew the appropriate response and still stayed silent, his head would blast into a thousand pieces. Furthermore, if King Vikram spoke, Betal would escape and come back to his tree.

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King Badsa and His Son

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Ruler Vikram was given the obligation of bringing Betal to a tantric. Betal generally signifies ‘insidious soul’. Each time Vikram attempted to catch Betal, it revealed to him a story that finished with a puzzle. On the off chance that Vikram couldn’t respond to the inquiry effectively, Betal consented to stay in imprisonment. Be that as it may, if the ruler knew the appropriate response and still stayed silent, his head would blast into a thousand pieces. Also, if King Vikram spoke, Betal would escape and come back to his tree.

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