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Moral story of an ugly king

Moral story of an ugly king

        In a very big palace, there are big pictures of kings.  Tales of their greatness are written below the photographs. 

               A person comes near those pictures and looks at them carefully. That person is limp with one leg.  He does not have an eye and below this eye has a very big wound on his cheek.  Seeing these pictures, his eyes full of tear.

           At that time, comes a minister, and says, Honourable King!, at the behest of you, we have made an announcement in the whole state, who will make your very beautiful picture.  He will be given a huge reward and the minister takes orders and goes from there.

          The king moves to the picture of the ancestors  walking from his limp leg . Thinks during reading Their great qualities.  I too have won many battles.  I am also skilled at wielding a sword.  I have defeated many great kings.

   A beautiful picture of me should be among them.

        Now the big painters know about this announcement, but no one dares to make a beautiful picture of an ugly king. 

         After some time, a painter comes to the king and says to make a picture of the king.

         He made a picture of the king and presented it to the king.  The king is surprised to see the picture. 

               He shows the king running a bow on a horse. Showing only those cheek, eye and leg in the picture which were fine. 

   The king attached his picture with the pictures and gave a big property as prize to the painter.







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