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The Greatness of Giasuddin Azam Shah/ The King and the Son of a Widow: Long time ago, there was a sultan    (Story Writing)

The Greatness of Giasuddin Azam Shah


Once upon a time, there reigned a magnanimous and equitable king by the name of Giasuddin Azam Shah in Bengal, whose royal seat was situated in Sonargoan, near Dhaka. The king was known for his love for hunting and would frequently venture into the forests in pursuit of his sport. One such day, after wandering for hours without any game to hunt, the king caught sight of a fawn and took aim. However, his arrow missed the mark and fatally struck a young boy, who happened to be the only son of a widow. This tragedy left the mother inconsolable, as she had lost all hope for her future.


Desperate for justice, the widow approached the Quazi and lodged a complaint against the sultan. The Quazi summoned the king and declared, "By the laws of this land, you shall be punished. But if you can compensate the widow for her loss, you may avoid such retribution." The just and fair king was pleased to oblige and offered appropriate compensation to the widow, who was satisfied with the outcome. The Quazi then stepped down from his high seat and showed deference to the king.


In an act of great humility, the king drew his sword and proclaimed, "Listen, Mr. Quazi, if you had failed to deliver justice to the widow, I would have used this sword to punish you." The Quazi also drew his cane and retorted, "If you had disobeyed my verdict, I would have beaten you with this cane." The king expressed his gratitude to the Quazi for his wise judgment and embraced him, thus cementing their newfound friendship.


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