Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2021 : Tale of King Mahorab “To the Nomads Land” Ep.3

Here we are on the second night of our Radio Arabian Nights this year.
We will continue our tale for this year, the tale of King Mahorab
First of all, you can refresh your mind with what happened last night here.

Second, when it comes to the terms used in this episode.

The “Badia” in Arabic Culture is referred to the desert and land of the nomadic tribes

It is the third episode in our tale and the 525th night in the nights of our Egyptian Radio show.

You can listen to the episode after the break.

Young Mahorab begins to grow up and his father King Shador wants the best for his future.

In a meeting with the wise men in his court above them High Priest Hurat to see what is best for Mahorab, the vizier Bahadar suggests sending his son Prince Mahorab to the “Badia” or the “Nomads land” to learn eloquence, hunting and horsemanship.

Arabian Nights by by Edmund Dulac
by Edmund Dulac

The King agrees to send his son away from home for his safety. His stepmoms are full of jealousy and there are lots of plots and conspiracies. The King knows it is unsafe for his son. Thus, it is better for him to go away for some time.

Meanwhile, Mahorab’s 29 stepmoms are angry and they send Sultana Yasmine to Hurat with a big chest full of coins from them. They want Hurat to get rid of Mahorab despite the old Priest tells Yasmine that they will bear children too.

Yasmine insists on her offer and Hurat rejects it telling his assistant to show her the way out of the temple.

Sheikh Dagestan of the Nomad Land agrees to host the young prince and he even befriends him.

On the day of departure to the Nomad Land, Sultana Fatoon wants to accompany her son but her husband Shador does not agree at first but he gives up when he knows that Mahorab already told Dagestan to prepare a place for his mother in their caravan over a special camel.

Thus Sultana Fatoon and young Prince Mahorab leave to the Nomad Land

Till next night inshallah

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