Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2020 : Tale of King Magedwon “Double Bill” EP.19 & EP.20

Good evening,

Here we are with the 19th and 20th night of our Radio Arabian Nights for this year. I could not post the 19th episode on time last night due to  technical problems related to my laptop.

Anyhow, We will continue our tale for this year, the tale of King Magedwon.

First of all, You can refresh your mind with what happened in the last episode here.

Now without further ado, we will first listen to the 751st episode in the Egyptian State’s One Thousand and One Nights or the 19th night in our tale for the year 2020, the tale of King Magedwon after the break.

The evil wizard turns himself into a bird and headed to the bed of Wardshan, Karim’s mother. The former queen wakes up and opened the window to find a strange bird coming into her bedroom settling down on a chair.
And he turned her into an animal
“Unknown artist in 19th century” from
Arabian nights book

As she heads closer to the bird, she finds him turning in to a man who throws some liquid on her face chanting some spell.

In no time, the poor woman finds her turning into a dog.
The evil wizard heads later to Samar, the wife of Shamdwan to continue his plan.
Both Samer and Wardshan are now dogs dragged by the evil wizard to Shamdwan. Even under the spell, Samar wants to bite her evil greedy husband.

Shamdwan wants at first to torture those dogs day and night but the evil wizard has some instruction because we are dealing here with magic after all.

Shamdwan should keep those two dogs close in front of his eyes all-time in the morning and should keep them away from him at night. It is an order. The evil vizier who stole the throne says okay and decides to send both Wardshan and Shamdwan to his guard at night to torture them.

Meanwhile, poor Karim finds himself on the board of a slaves-ship and the captain decides to head to Milas Kingdom within three days to get more slaves before heading to the big market at Sameed Kingdom.

At King Milas’ court, Yasmine is presented as a knight from Magedwan’s Kingdom who was captured while spying.

Yasmine, pretending to be a man tells Milas that Magedwan is dead and that Shamdwan is currently ruling. She also said that she or rather he was searching for a lost love and reached Milas’ Kingdom by mistake.

At first, Mias decided to execute her because he thought she or rather he were a spy but it turns out that this unknown knight was telling the truth about Magedwon so he decides to sell at the slave market after three days as a slave boy.

Now as Yasmine is setting in a prison cell for days waiting to be sold as a slaves boy, she finds the cell’s door is opened and … 

We will know in the next episode in this post what she sees.

Episode 20 or At the slave market

Here we are the 752nd  episode in the Egyptian State’s One Thousand and One Nights or the 20th night in our tale for the year 2020, the tale of King Magedwon.
Shamdwan can’t find Yasmine and he is worried because he also can’t find Karim.
He goes and sees Wardshan and Samer as dogs and how they are tortured.

The day has come and Yasmine will be sold as a slave boy in the slaves market. The bid starts and a human being is sold like an object.

Yasmine is worried but for her luck, till the end of the market, she remains along with other two boys.
The captain of the slave ship comes to buy slaves and find the only remaining are those three boys. The slave trader convinces him to buy Yasmine or rather that boy for a cheap price.

Yasmine who lost hope in life after Karim puts her faith in God and her destiny’s in the hands of the Almighty.

She is transferred to the slaves' ship and went to the lower deck with another slave only to find a familiar face.
I guess we know very well whose face it is, tomorrow inshallah we will know what will happen on the board of that ship.

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