Greediness can make A Man Blind


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Greediness can make A Man Blind :

Long ago there lived a merchant Abdullah. He was very rich, but he was very greedy. One day he loaded his forty camels with costly spices to sell in a far away city in Arabia. He sold all the spices there. He halted in an inn to have lunch on the way back. There a Holy man met Abdullah and they became friends then.

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The Holy man described about the secret land of enormous wealth.

“I also have heard about it “ Abdullah said with a smile.

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The Three Wisemen and The Camel


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The Three Wisemen and The Camel :

Once there lived a man in a small village in Arabia. He had a camel. Whenever he went on a journey, he went along with his camel. At one such journey, he lost his camel unexpectedly. He was in search of his camel. He asked everyone, “Have you seen my camel.” But everywhere his effort was in vain.

One day when he came through a city he met three wise men on his way. As usual he asked the wise men “Have any one of you seen my camel?” The three wise men thought for a while and began to speak. The man asked them curiously, “Have you seen my camel on your way?”

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The Wicked Wife of The Sheik


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The Wicked Wife of The Sheik :

Once in Arabia, there lived a Sheik. He and his wife lived in a village. As she had no child, the Sheik married a maiden for a second time. By his second wife, he had a son. He loved his son very much and he grew up as a hand some young man. Sheik’s first wife hated the second wife and her son.

Sheik’s first wife began to plot against the second wife and her son. One day the Sheik had to go out on a journey. He said to his son that he would return home before Bakrid and he would bring him some fine gifts also. As the first wife had some magical powers she changed the second wife and son as goats when the sheik was away. When Bakrid was nearing he returned home and could find only his first wife. He asked her where his son and his mother were.

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Arbian Nights Full Movie Volume 2 In English (HD)


“ARBIAN NIGHTS FULL MOVIE VOLUME 2 (ENGLISH)” With Stunning Graphics

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Arabian Nights is a collection of West and South Asian Stories compiled in Arabic. The main frame story concerns a Persian king, Shahryar and his new bride, Scheherazade.

On every Night Scheherazade tells the king a tale, but does not end it. The king, curious about the stories end, thus postpones her execution in order to hear the conclusion. The tales vary widely – historical tales, love stories, tragedies and comedies.

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Arbian Nights Full Movie Volume 1 In English (HD)


“ARBIAN NIGHTS FULL MOVIE VOLUME 1 (ENGLISH)” With Stunning Graphics

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Arabian Nights is a collection of West and South Asian Stories compiled in Arabic. The main frame story concerns a Persian king, Shahryar and his new bride, Scheherazade.

On every Night Scheherazade tells the king a tale, but does not end it. The king, curious about the stories end, thus postpones her execution in order to hear the conclusion. The tales vary widely – historical tales, love stories, tragedies and comedies.

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Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves – Arabian nights


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In a town in Persia there dwelt two brothers, one named Cassim, the other Ali Baba. Cassim was married to a rich wife and lived in plenty, while Ali Baba had to maintain his wife and children by cutting wood in a neighbouring forest and selling it in the town.

One day, when Ali Baba was in the forest, he saw a troop of men on horseback, coming toward him in a cloud of dust. He was afraid they were robbers, and climbed into a tree for safety. When they came up to him and dismounted, he counted forty of them. They unbridled their horses and tied them to trees.

The finest man among them, whom Ali Baba took to be their captain, went a little way among some bushes, and said, “Open, Sesame!” so plainly that Ali Baba heard him.

A door opened in the rocks, and having made the troop go in, he followed them, and the door shut again of itself. They stayed some time inside, and Ali Baba, fearing they might come out and catch him, was forced to sit patiently in the tree. At last the door opened again, and the Forty Thieves came out. As the Captain went in last he came out first, and made them all pass by him; he then closed the door, saying, “Shut, Sesame!”

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