Mullah Nasruddin was a local priest in a small village in Turkey. He was a simple man, but his intelligence and razor sharp wit made him very popular with the people. His stories are related with humour and each humour and each one has a moral, making it a favourite with children. The tales of Mullah Nasruddin are widely told throughout the middle East and Central Asia.
Mullah and Alexander:
This story tells of Mullah’s presence of mind as he outsmarts a very knowledgeable foreigner.
The Greedy Kasim:
Mullah teachers his greedy neighbour Kasim, an unforgettable lesson when he tries to buy Mullah’s house.
The Wise Trick:
Mullah calms an angry man down with his sharp wit and receives rich rewards in return.
Lesson for the Liar:
Mullah reminds his friend of their mistakes and teacher them a lesson to stop taking people for granted.
The Beggar’s Laugh:
This is an excellent moral for people who dwell in false pride and prestige.
The Three Fridays:
This story makes us wonder at Mullah’s sharp intellect. Without preaching he explains the concept of the Quran and earns the appreciation of everyone around.
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