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Vikram picked up Betal on his shoulders again. Betal narrated the story of Kumudini, the orphan girl, to Vikram. Kumudini lived with her relatives who made her work all day. KumudiniNo one loved her and so she wept all night. Her weeping disturbed her neighbour Kundan. Kundan went to a sage and told him about Kumudini. The sage asked Kundan to bring her to his ashram. Kumudini started living in the ashram and she was happy. After some years, Kundan was passing through the forest and saw Kumudini, who had grown very beautiful. Kundan asked her to marry him, but she refused. Kundan thought that Kumudini was ungrateful; it was he who had brought her to the ashram where she could live happily. Betal asked Vikram, "Was she ungrateful?" Vikram replied, "No, Kundan had taken the girl to the ashram because he didn't  want to be disturbed by her weeping, he didn't do it out of concern for her." Betal heard this and flew away.

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