Vidyutprabha’s unselfishness is rewarded when the king marries her. But her happiness makes her step-mother very jealous.
Sent by the king to destroy a band of thugs, strange adventures befall the valiant Agad Datta.
Sahsramalla the thief has outwitted everyone in the kingdom, from a petty trader to the king. And then he meets the holy monk, Vasudda.
These, and other stories in this collection, are taken from ancient sources - he Vasudeva Hindee, the Vardhamana-Desana and the Vaddaradhane, They were written by Jain monks, and there is a moral core to the funniest of incidents and the wildest of adventures.
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