Thursday, April 7, 2022

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2022: Tale of Al-Ashkeef “The three old men” Ep.7

Ramadan Kareem

Here is our seventh night of Ramadan Arabian nights.

In this episode, once again we are back to the Djinns and King Solomon as well as his treasures.

Three old men
Three old men "Al-Ashkheef-produced 1989"

First, you can refresh your memory and listen to last night’s episode.

Now, here is the seventh episode of our tale tonight. It was episode no.589 of our favorite show.

Time goes on and King Rihan rules his kingdom after his father King Luqman.

His crown prince is Zaafran and he has got three princess Nour, Bodur and Zohur.

One day while he was in the court with his son, three old men request to see him, and he agrees to meet them.

The very old men introduce them as Shams El-Din, Badr El-Din and Nagm El-Din.

They tell King Rihan that they have got somethings for him. They will sell him wonders and they will ask in return a price from the King which he should not reject.

The first old man, Shams El-Din presents his first wonder: A Peacock clock

The peacock is made of gold while its peck is made of ruby and his feathers are inlaid by diamonds. That Peacock is magical one, it is a clock made by the Djinn for late King Solomon.

Shams El-Din tells that when it is two o’clock, the Peacock will move its wings twice and will make a sound twice.

The golden peacock does move its wings and make a sound twice. The King and his son check their sundial and they find that it is indeed two o’clock.

King Rihan tells old Shams El-Din that he will take the peacock but what price does he want in return?

Old Shams tells the King that he wants to marry Princess Nour and both Rihan and his Zaafran are shocked, and they can’t believe what this old man said.

Shams El-Din tells the King he should not judge the appearances. The King tells him to step aside now so he can hear the second old man.

Here is the seventh episode of the tale televised.

We will know what the second man will show the king next night inshallah.

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