Stammering King – Moral Stories For Kids In English Books

He is here. – Silence! Prince Vani is approaching. Greetings, father. Son, what brings you here? Just casually. I wanted to see your court. Guru, look. Once the father starts talking… …

Stammering King - Moral Stories For Kids In English Books

an entire year passed by the time he is finished. And it takes a year to understand what the son is saying. Father, who is that? What’s on his head? Son, that’s my judge. His name is Damodar Shastri. Come on. Greet him. Yes. Greetings, Damadol Shastri. Father, what’s his name? His name is Chapadganju. Greetings, Chapadmanju. Son Vani, you just keep quiet. No. Let him talk. 

He is such a sweet kid. Damodar, my son is now 12 years old. But he still lisps. Hence I don’t bring him to the court. So that no one laughs at him. Guru, this is a great chance to show our smartness. Why? And how? Use your brains for once. Or should I do that as well. Are you the Guru or me? Are you telling me or… 

Even the best start talking once they eat chillies. Leave alone this kid. Think. Think. Chilly… Your Highness, I can do away with your son’s lisping. What? You can actually cure him. Yes. We have a potent remedy to it. If my son gets cured… …

I’ll give you 5000 gold coins… …and 100 horses as reward. Your Highness, we will start treating him from today. Sure. Come on, Guru. Here. Chilly. Here. Vani, open your mouth. And eat the chilly quickly. No, Takalmunju. I don’t want the chilly. I find it very hot. Open your mouth quietly. No. I don’t want to have the chilly. No. Look, he is not going to open his mouth like this. Chapanganju, hold his nose. – Yes. He’ll open his mouth. Eat. Eat. Gosh. What happened to my child? Your Highness, I did nothing. The commander made the prince eat chilly. But the idea was yours, right?

Keep quiet. Execute these two. Execution? No. No. – No. No. Damodar, save us. Save us. You are the only one who can save us. Let go. Let go of me. Tell me what has happened. We fed him the chilly. – I see. Okay. Okay. So this is it. Rest assured. He titled his turban. That’s great. Physician. Physician. Greetings, Damodar Shastri. Tell me. How may I help you? Physician, our king’s son Vani lisps. Is there any cure to his lisping? Normally, the children whose layer under the tongue… …

is really thick lisp. There is cure to it. – I see. So why didn’t you cure it till date? Damodar, Vani used to be really sick as a child. It wasn’t that easy to treat his lisping as he was ill. And now these medicines won’t have any effect on him. So can’t he be cured? If we can get him to exercise his tongue like I say… …then he can be cured. Sure. Tell me. Here it is. Your Highness, I can cure Vani’s lisping. What? – Yes. But on one condition. What condition? You’ll take back the punishment of the execution… …of the commander and Chapadganju in return… …

of your son getting cured. Alright, Damodar. But mind you. If my son doesn’t get cured then I’ll give you the punishment… …I have given them. Yes, Your Highness. I accept. But I need 8 days’ time to cure your son. Alright. Oaky Vani, now touch your nose with your tongue. Yes. Very good. Very good. – Chapadganju… Guru, what are they doing? Chapadganju, he is making Vani touch his nose with his tongue. Can’t he ever do anything in a straightforward manner? Is he going to make the prince talk through his nose? Okay. Now keep this stick in your mouth. Like this. And now talk. 

My name’s Vani. Yes. Guru, get down. Get down. Quickly. A rat is biting my foot. Guru… I will not leave you. The king is approaching. Damodar Shastri. – Yes, Your Highness. Is my son Vani actually cured? We’ll know in a bit. Come, Vani. Vani, say something. Make Vani recite some versus in Sanskrit. Only then will we believe. Well done. Have you ever recited Sanskrit that you want him to? Quiet. Quiet. Yes. I can make him recite verses in Sanskrit. But if Vani recites the verses properly… …

then these two will also have to repeat those versus. Yes. We will. We will. Okay. Vani. Come on. Recite the ‘Gayatri’ verse. Very good. Very good. All hail prince Vani. All hail the supremely intelligent Damodar Shastri. Well done, Damodar. Well done. I’m indebted to you. For this, I give you 5000 gold coins and 10 horses. Thank you, Your Highness. But you forgot something. And what is it? Guru and Chapadganju will now recite the ‘Gayatri’ verse, right? Recite, Guru and Chapadganju. Guru, you start. I’ll repeat after you. Guru, I said it. I said it. Listen. What happened? I had a really nice dream last night Great. I see only you in my dreams. I saw that Vani has become the king… …

and is ruling. And the subjects are really happy with him. I see. If what I saw in my dream comes true… Sure. It will come true. I’ll make him take the throne tomorrow itself. Really? I also want to see how my son runs the kingdom. I will put him through a test tomorrow. What? You saw in your dream. Now I also want to see how my son runs the kingdom. Okay. Yes. The king is… The king of kings, His Highness Golgappa’s prince… …Vani is approaching. You hurled a flower at me. Take that. Guru, help. I’m doomed. Coconut in return of flower. My head… 

Damodar, why are you so late for court? Come on. Kneel down. Come on. Okay Vinay, what’s going on? Shastri, the king has made Vani the king for a week. Till then prince Vani will run the court. Chapadganju, over there. Damodar and Vinay. They are kneeling down. Very good. Now they will lay eggs too. Come on. Lay eggs. Come on. Lay eggs. I see. So this is it. I’ll teach you a lesson right now. Your Highness, you like music, don’t you? Yes, I do. Our commander and Chapadganju sing really well. Even your father is fond of their singing. So what are you looking at? Commander. –

Yes? Chapadganju. – Yes? Start. Start singing. Singing? Singing? Guru, I have to leave. What is Damodar ranting about? Since when have you started singing? Teach me as well. – Quiet. Quiet. Damodar, I’ll see you. I’ll not spare you. What’s wrong with you, commander? Sing louder. I can’t hear. Come forward and sing. Yes. Well, I am not a good singer like Chapadganju. But I can beat it. Right? Look. Darn it. Your Highness, give him something to beat. Or he’ll beat me. Give the commander a drum to beat. Stick of wood. Horse of wood. Hit on the tail and… 

Guru, I will hit you on the tail. Struck it with a hammer. Struck it with a hammer. It took off. The horse took off. The horse took off. The horse took off. Tired. The horse is tired. Very good. Chapadganju, you have made me happy. Sing one more song for me. – No. No. Guru, I am done. – I am done. I’m finished beating the drums. Wow. Wow, Chapadganju. Here. Give. Give. I’m doomed. You are this weak, commander. 

That a fruit has knocked you down. What will you be able to do if our kingdom is under attack? I’m very brave. Yes. Once he… Yes. He is really brave. Once he starts wielding the sword he can destroy the best. Right, Vinay? Yes. But Chapadganju is better at wielding the sword than the commander. Once he starts wielding the sword… …

even 10 men can’t do any harm. Get out of here. Chapadganju is nothing. Commander is the real warrior. Only the commander. The commander can take on an entire army alone. No. Chapadganju. No. The commander. Yes. No. Chapadganju. No. The commander. Keep quiet. Keep quiet. I will decide it right now. Commander and Chapadganju. Come on. Start the fight. Let’s see who wins. Guru… Well done, Guru. Now you will have to fight with me. Get up, Guru. Get up. This was just the first day and you are already tired. There are 6 more days to go. Damodar Shastri, help. Damodar Shastri, help. The prince Vani destroyed the court on the first day. Never mind the court. 

Think about the commander and Chapadganju. If this continues the entire kingdom will be in a really bad state. We should do something. Yes. I have come up with an idea. Just do as I say tomorrow. Alright? Let me see that. Guru, is the monkey from your community? Am I right? Am I right? Keep quiet, you monkey. Great. He listened to you. What? Why is there a monkey in my court? And he is wearing Damodar’s turban. Your Highness, Damodar is really ill today. He has sent this monkey as his replacement. This monkey is really smart. And that is why he even gave it his turban. Great. Damodar Shastri is so nice. He has made arrangements to get his duty done even in his absence. You see.

This is in contempt of the court. Damodar had it now. What are you saying? Damodar has sent a monkey as his replacement. Yes. Your Highness. – This is my insult. Yes, mine too. Call Damodar to the court right now. I’m coming to the court. Yes, Your Highness. Guru… Now this is going to be fun. What happened, Your Highness. Damodar, why did you send the monkey to the court… …

as your replacement? This is in contempt of the entire court. You misunderstood. I did. This is not in contempt of our court. Then? – I tried to fulfil my duty. What are you trying to say? Your Highness, I’ve been suffering from stomach since morning. Hence I couldn’t come to the court. I met a juggler yesterday. He has this monkey. He told me that this monkey is really intelligent. He is clever and sly. So I took this monkey home. – I see. And today when I took ill I thought why not… …send this clever and intelligent monkey to court in my place. So that the court doesn’t suffer because of me. Yes. Damodar, I have never come across a dumb man like you. Chapadganju. No matter how intelligent and clever a monkey may be… …

but a monkey is a monkey after all, right? How can he run your post? I beg your pardon. Since if your son prince Vani can take the throne and… …run the kingdom for a week… …why can’t this intelligent and clever monkey… …

hold my post for a day? Exactly right. Very good. You have made me see the sense in it. God knows what could have happened… …had I let the immature Vani rule? I never took that into consideration. I take back the responsibility of my post today itself. But hats off to your brains. Come here. Come here. All hail Damodar Shastri. All hail Damodar Shastri.

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