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9th Class Chapter No 25 - In the Kingdom of Fools in English for CBSE NCERT

A guru and his disciple visit that kingdom.They are surprised to find the whole kingdom asleep during the day.Later on they come to know that it was the instruction given by the king.The guru being a wise man decides to leave the place as he realises the danger of staying in tne kingdom of fools. Guru leaves the city but disciple remains behind. the guruadviced the disciple that nothing could be predicted of fools but he did not care.On day a thief broke into a rich merchant's house.he died as the old wall fell on him,brother of theif complained toking about the death.The owner was summoned.he accused the brick layer for the murder.the bricklayer accused the dancing girl .but the dancinggirl accused the gold smith andthen gold smith accused a richman.the richman was summoned before the king.he himself was the owner of the house.The king ordered that the owner must be punished and he asked for a new stake to be made ready for the owner to die. but it did not fit to him so he ordered to search a man who was fit for the stake.Disciple was caught by the soldiers because he was fat enough to fit in the stake.
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