Sunday, April 18, 2021

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2021 : Tale of King Mahorab “The Marble statues” Ep.7

Here we are on the fourth 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.

It is the Seventh episode in our tale and the 529th night in the nights of our Egyptian Radio show.

You can listen to the episode after the break.

Seated Agrippina marble statue
19th century
And Mahorab enters the last closed room he was told not to enter when he was a boy.

In the closed room, Mahorab finds three beautiful girls sitting on chairs or as he thinks at first. They are not living girls as he thought at first. He even tries to talk to them.

They are three amazingly beautiful marble statues for three girls and each one of them is wearing an Abaya with a specific colour.

One is wearing a red abaya while the second is wearing a blue abaya and the third is wearing a green abaya.

He also finds their names on their chairs.

The first one is Princess Zeina El-Malah daughter of King El-Sehsah who wears red, the second one is Princess Nour El-Sabah daughter of King El-Degdah who wears blue and the third one is Princess Zahrat El-Bettah daughter of King El-Butah who wears green.

When Mahorab is late, Fatoon sends an aide to search for him in all the rooms except one.

Mahorab comes from the room to his mother and the caravan waiting for him and just they are ready to move, the Prince says that he can’t go because if he feels sick.

Sultana Fatoon tells the messenger that they should wait till next till Mahorab gets better.

Next day, they are delayed and yet again Mahorab stays in that room doing nothing except loving those statues.

They wait for him and he comes from the room telling them that he is not okay and does not feel well and his concerned mother tells them to delay the travel.

For weeks, the Sultana adjourns the travel because of her son till the king’s messenger is fed up and decides something.

Tomorrow inshallah we will know what he decides.

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