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Mysterious stories of Vikram and Betal in English

Mysterious stories of Vikram and  Betal in English

Mysterious stories of Vikram and  Betal in English

In ancient times there used to be an ideal king named Vikramaditya. King Vikram was famous for his courage, valor and valor. It is also said that King Vikram used to roam the city in disguise at the watch of the night to know the pain and pain of his life. And also used to take away the sorrows of the suffering. Many books and stories have been published on the stories of Raja Vikram and Betal. "Betal Pachisi" and "Throne Battisi" are the famous books printed on the Vikramaditya and Betal stories, which still have unprecedented popularity.

The ancient literature talk article "Betal Pachisi" was composed 2500 years ago by Mahakavi Somdev Bhatt. And accordingly, King Vikram tried to take Betal out of the tree twenty-five times, and each time Betal narrated a new story to King Vikram on the way.

Who was Betal and why did King Vikramaditya go to capture him?

A tantric performs a tantric ritual of giving up a healthy Brahmin son with thirty-two symptoms. So that his devilish powers increase further. That is why he follows him to kill a Brahmin son. But the Brahmin son runs away into the forest and there he finds a phantom, which gives the Brahmin son the powers to escape from that tantric and tells him to hang upside down on the tree in a phantom form. And it also says that as long as he stays on that tree, that tantric will not kill him. The same Brahmin son is "Betal".

The hypocritical tantric pretends to be a monk yogi. And after listening to the valor and valor of the king Vikram, he sets a trap to get his work done. And the king sends Vikram a delicious fruit offering every day during the journey. Inside it is a precious gem ruby. To find out this distinction, King Vikram searches for that beggar. King Vikram eventually finds him.

Since that impostor beggar does not have the power to bring Betal himself, he pretends to ask King Vikram to bring the phantom Betal hanging on that tree. Raja Vikram comes out to do his work, unaware of the real intention of that tantrik.

King Vikram used to take Betal from the tree every time and take it to that beggar. Because of the path being long, Betal starts telling the story every time and stipulates that after hearing the story, if King Vikram does not give a meaningful answer to his question, he will kill King Vikram. And if King Vikram opened his mouth to answer, he would get angry and go back to his tree and hang upside down.

In the dark night, King Vikram proceeds to capture Betal with his open sword. And with his might, he betrays Betal and takes him to his back. As the journey is long, Betal tells the story to King Vikram and, as usual, stipulates that -

If after hearing the story you opened the mouth to answer, then I will fly away.

Betal starts telling the story-

An old woman lived in the village of Chandanpur. He had a son named Dagdu. The woman used to sew new clothes and feed herself and her son. Dagdu was a doodle and a lazy boy. And used to dream day and night. A big problem with Dagdu was that he often had nightmares. And whenever there was a nightmare, that dream became a reality.

One day Dagdu dreams that some people are robbing the newly married couple and the procession. And also beating them up. Dagdu is seen in a dream. The same bride-to-be comes to Dagadu's mother to return after stitching her wedding dress. Dagdu immediately calls him a dreamer. The girl tells this to her mother and in-laws. But everyone considers this dream thing as unheard.

After the wedding, the bride and groom are going with the wedding procession. Then the dream event really happens. And in this whole incident, Dagadu is accused that he must have met the robbers or else he can know that this will happen. And on the basis of doubt, all the people together beat up a lot of Dagdu.

A few days after this incident, one night Dagdu dreams that Chaudharyan's new house living in the locality is burnt down on the day of home entry. Then the very next day, Chaudharyan takes the laddu to the mother of Dagdu in the joy of building that house. And invites you to the prom on the day of Griha Pravesh.

At the same time, Dagdu immediately tells the dream to his mother and Chaudharyan. Chaudharyan turns red-yellow with anger. And on the contrary, she starts telling the mother of Dagdu that your son is a black tongue and with his words, everyone becomes disastrous. After hearing Chaudharyan's angry burns, the mother leaves the son calling him good and bad.

Considerable arrangements are made to ensure that no incident occurs during the home entrance ceremony; But somehow, the spark of fire somehow gets caught in the curtains of the grand house of Chaudharyan and after seeing it, the whole house burns down after burning it. Since Dagdu had already spoken about this, all of them break the words of black tongue and kill him and expel him from the village.

Dagdu does not understand why people get angry at him for listening to the truth. Well, Dagdu goes to another kingdom where he gets the task of guarding the palace at night.

The king there has to go to Sonpur for some work the next day. So he asks the queen to wake him up early in the morning.

Dagdu is guarding the palace door at night. Then he falls asleep when it is dark. And then he dreams that there is an earthquake in Sonpur and all the people present there have died. Dagdu wakes up shocked and starts his watch.

Dagdu hears of Raja going to Sonpur in the morning. That is when his chariot stops and tells the king about his dream. Raja cancels the program to visit Sonepur. And the very next day news comes that there is a sudden earthquake in Sonpur and there is not a single person left there.

The king immediately summons Dagdu to the court and presents him a gold necklace and expels him from his job.


Betal stops after telling so much story. And the king asks Vikram, tell me why did the king give the prize to Dagdu? And given the award, why did it get fired?

King Vikram replies that… Dagdu saved the life of the king by telling him an account of a dreamless dream, so he defeated Dagadu in the prize. And Dagadu slept at work so the king expelled him from work.

Betal according to his condition, due to King Vikram's answer, released his hand and flew back to the tree!

Raja Chandrasen of Tamralipi, a city situated on the seaside, comes to ask a young man named Satvashil. But Chandrasen's soldiers do not let Satvashil go near them. Sattasheel always stays in the hope of somehow meeting with Raza.

One day the king is going for a ride. Due to the high heat, King Chandrasen feels very thirsty. They do not get water even after searching a lot, it seems as if thirst will die out!

That's when he sees a young man standing in the way; He remains no other force, who is deliberately present on the way of the king. Seeing him, the king asks for water from him. The persistent quench the king's thirst and at the same time give him fruits to eat. Chandrasen is pleased with Satvashil and asks what can he do for him?

Seeing a chance, he asks for a job. King Chandrasen gives him the work, and says that he will remember his favor. Gradually Sattasheel becomes close to the king. One day the king tells him that there is a lot of unemployment in our city and an island nearby is very much lost. If we go and search on that island, then there may be an opportunity for the people of our city.

Sattashil immediately undertakes the research. And after getting a boat and some allies from King Chandrasen, he set out to the island in the sea. On reaching the island, Satvashil sees a flag floating in the water. Seeing him, Sattashiv immediately dares and jumps into the water to investigate.

Sattashil suddenly finds himself on the island land. Where a beautiful young woman is listening to music, she is the princess of the island, and there are other young women around her. Satshvil introduces herself to her and the princess offers Satshvil a meal and asks her to bathe in a small pond of water before eating.

As Sattasheel goes to bathe in water, he finds himself in the palace of Tamralipi with King Chandra Sen. And Chandrasen too is amazed to see this miracle. Chandrasen himself decides to visit this mysterious place and conquers the island by going there. The princess of that island declares the conqueror Chandrasen as the king of that island.

In the victory of victory, King Chandrasen orders the princess to marry Satshvil and hands over the protection and representation of that area to Satshvil. In this way Chandrasen pays revenge for the benevolence of Sattasheel.

After telling this story, Betal becomes silent and questions King Vikram, who was the more brave of the two? King Chandrasen, who won the Sattasiva or the island. King

Vikram immediately replies that Sattashil was more brave because when he saw the flag in the water near the island and jumped, he was unaware of the situation there. There could also be a risk of death. But King Chandrasen knew the whole thing, and he could win with the help of the army. Therefore Sattvish was more brave.

Once again, the king flew away as soon as he opened the mouth of Vikram…. And went upside down on the tree

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