Sunday, June 3, 2018

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2018 : The amazing tales challenge Episode 18 “The Young , The Old ”

And we will continue our tale for this year, the tale of the Amazing tale challenge.
Tonight in the 18th episode of our Ramadan Arabian Nights Podcast in Arabic this year we will return shortly to out original tale for short time.
If you remember, our tale is inside a tale inside a tale itself.
The original tale is the One Thousand and One nights and inside we hear the Amazing tales challenge tale which is about the tale of King Saeed and brothers against the evil realm of Ifrits.
You can hear episode no. 270 from the original Egyptian State Radio’s One Thousand and One Nights show after the break.

Scheherazade returns back shortly to the original tale recounting how wise Sukar was recounting the tale her beloved Anbar found. 
King Saeed and his brother Mosa’ad want to reconnect with their brother Masood to discuss their father’s will and to say what they can do against the wicked demons they defeated in that epic battle earlier.
Yama-uba from Japenese folklore

Saeed sends an envoy to his brother using his flying horse but the answer comes with a shock. Masood captures the horse yet he does not know that his brother, the king can recall that magical horse using a magical ring.

Meanwhile, in the Underworld Kingdom of Ifrits, King Haddam is angry and sad. The grand priest of Djinns who turned in to a demon wants to marry his beloved Rouh as an award for his treason aka cooperation.

Haddam agrees and summons Rouh aka Kheina ordering her to show her real self to the groom according to their tradition.
Priest Nomaan is shocked to see Kheina’s true self. She is not a beautiful Ifrit but rather a very old Ifrit.
Back to King Saeed’s realm, the young king decides to go and meet Haddam at his realm after seven days.
Till we meet next night inshallah

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