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Vikram backpedaled to the tree and mounted Betaal on his shoulders once more. Betaal began revealing to him another story.
The story went this way: King Jaipal had three rulers. Each of them was extremely excellent, touchy, and fragile.
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On the banks of the waterway Godavari, there stood an enormous tree. Some weaver winged animals had manufactured their homes on this tree and were living there cheerfully.
One day, amid the blustery season, when the sky was cloudy with dull mists, it began raining vigorously.
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The King, Krishnadevaraya’s mom was an extremely devout and customary woman. She had gone by every heavenly place and given quite a bit of her fortunes in philanthropy to sanctuaries. When she demonstrated the want of giving without end natural products in philanthropy and her child, the ruler, obliged.
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Several years back, there carried on a youthful wedded couple in a little town in Africa. In the first place, the spouse and the wife were extremely cheerful in their marriage and cherished investing energy with each other. Be that as it may, generally, things had changed a considerable measure. The spouse began remaining somewhat despondent and stayed away forever home on time, dissimilar to some time recently. The spouse adored her better half in particular and imagined that he was the most great man on the planet, yet recently, the husband’s conduct made the wife truly tragic and hopeless.
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In a wilderness, there carried on a lion named Madotkata. His adherents were a crow, a tiger, and a jackal.
One day, as they were meandering about, they saw a camel who had meandered far from his group. They become friends with the camel and drove him to their lord, the lion.
The lion enjoyed the camel’s quirks and guaranteed the camel that he would be sheltered in his surrender. The lion likewise affectionately named him ‘Chitra Karna’ which signifies ‘Spotted Ears.’
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One day, all the mother creatures of the wilderness had a genuine contention. Every one of them were truly pleased with their little ones and every single one of them felt that their children were the best among all. They were, be that as it may, endeavoring to discover which one of them had the biggest brood.