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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.
Lord Vikramaditya achieved the peepul tree and set Betal on his shoulder by and by. As they strolled, Betal recounted to another story.
“One evening, a man came into the court of King Roopsen, requesting to be utilized as the King’s guardian. He presented himself as Birbal and guaranteed to secure the King. Subsequent to watching a showcase of his abilities, the King promptly consented to give him the activity.
As Birbal was strolling through the timberland one day, he heard a peculiar and terrifying shout. It was an evil spirit who had plummeted from the mountains and was raging towards the King’s royal residence. Birbal drew his sword and hopped in the evil presence’s way.
“I am here to oust the King and send him into the timberland, far from extravagances and solace. In the event that he doesn’t leave, I will revile his entire kingdom!” said the evil spirit.
Birbal was stunned at this news and asked, “Is there anything I can do to spare both the King and Kingdom?”
The devil thundered, “You should locate an appropriate substitute for the King! One who is of an unadulterated heart!”
Birbal requested multi day to locate a substitute and returned home. When he told his family reality, his child offered himself as a substitute for the King.
The following morning, King Roopsen got expression of the evil presence and touched base to the backwoods to attempt and stop Birbal and his child.
“What would i be able to give you, O evil presence, to prevent you from taking this young fellow! Doubtlessly there is something I can offer you!”, said the King.
“Give me a large portion of your kingdom and I will save both you and this young man”, roared the evil spirit.
The King consented to hand over portion of his kingdom to the evil spirit and Birbal’s child was sheltered.
“So let me know, insightful King,” started Betal. “Who made a bigger penance? Birbal’s young child or the King?”
Ruler Vikramaditya snickered and stated, “It is a King’s obligation to ensure his subjects, however Birbal’s child was prepared to surrender his life for a man he didn’t have an inkling, and that, is the most astounding penance.”
“You are correct! Be that as it may, since you have opened your mouth, I should take off.” With these words, Betal took off, leaving King Vikramaditya to pursue him with his sword.