A little bit of wisdom and luck made Rich

A little bit of wisdom and luck made Rich

Rajasthani folklore

Multani was going to the capital on a Banjara bullock, and it was going towards the capital. Many places on the way sold a lot of his native soil. The sacks on the back of the oxen were more than half empty. They were not able to stand on the backs of the oxen when the sacks were empty. The servants asked what to do? Banjara said, ‘fill sands on one side of sacks. It is a sandy land, there is a lot of sand here. ‘The servants did the same. Only then, one person was coming from the other direction. He saw the sand blossom on one side of the bulls laden on the oxen. Then he said, why is the sand on one side filled with sands? The servants told the balances.

The gentleman said, ‘Hey! What is this that you do? The oxen are being burdened by the burden! Half of the soil should be bundled in two places, at least half the bulls will walk open. ‘The servants understood the point, but they said that your point is fine. But we will do what our boss will say. The person met the owner (Banjare) and said the same thing. Banjare asked his name and address. Where are you going? The person told Banjare that he had gone to Bhawaniipur and got sick. He told that the few bucks he had earned were also spent. There was a loss in business. If nothing is near, then think that it should walk home. Speaking to the servants of Banjara after listening to him, do not take their views. Their intelligence looks good, but the result is not good.

Banjara reached the capital with his oxen. He bought the land there and put the heap of both the soil and the sand and sent the servants to the jungle with oxen, where there was fodder and water. Multani clay bikini started. On the other hand, the King of Delhi became ill. Vaidya advised that staying on Rajasthan’s dhara (sand dunes) could cure the disease. This is what has been done. The King’s men purchased all the sand from Banjara. The king was cured within a few days. His colleagues praised Banjara that only by his understanding he was benefitted. Banjara said that I have not benefited from my understanding but by having faith in him has benefited.

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