Next morning, King Bhoja again wanted to sit on the one of a kind honored position. Be that as it may, as he went close to the royal position the fifth doll came before King Bhoja and began portraying another account of King Vikramaditya.
"O King! My name is Leelavati. I have seen a preeminent case of Vikramaditya's liberality that you might not have even known about in your life. Tune in to this account of Vikramaditya and after that choose whether you are deserving of sitting on this royal position or not."
At some point, King Vikramaditya was sitting with his subjects in his court and examining essential issues identified with Ujjain. Simply at that point, a Brahmin touched base there and introduced himself before the lord. At the point when the Brahmin was solicited the reason from going to the court, he stated, "Master! By calling, I am a stargazer. I have determined from the movements of your stars and planets, and presumed that on the off chance that you manufacture a royal residence at a propitious minute, you will be fortunate, effective and popular in each field. Goddess Lakshmi will live in your castle just as in your kingdom. Individuals of Ujjain will carry on a more joyful and progressively prosperous life."
Lord Vikramaditya stated, "I don't need anything for myself. God has given me enough, however on the off chance that the development of a royal residence can make my kin more joyful and increasingly prosperous, at that point I'll without a doubt do it."
Lord Vikramaditya gave a few coins to the Brahmin and said thanks to him for his recommendation. The ruler at that point examined about building the royal residence with his pastors. They started to search for a suitable place4 to assemble the grand castle. Before long, they found a spot close to the banks of Shipra River.
The best planners and stone workers were utilized to construct the castle. Before long, the royal residence was fabricated. There were around thirty columns and four major entryways in the castle. The entire royal residence was enlivened with pearls, valuable stones, gold, silver and precious stones. When King Vikramaditya went to see the castle, he was astonished to see such a radiant bit of work. With him a similar Brahmin was available, who had given the counsel to fabricate the castle. The brahmin was additionally astounded to see such an excellent and heavenly royal residence. He couldn't control himself and expressed. "Goodness! What a delightful royal residence is this! I wish this castle could be mine."
Ruler Vikramaditya heard what the brahmin said. On account of his liberal nature, he without a moment's delay said to the brahmin, "Starting now and into the foreseeable future, this castle is yours. I offer it to you."
The brahmin couldn't trust his ears. He suspected that he was staring off into space, yet Vikramaditya rehashed his announcement. The brahmin was dumbstruck. He was happy to the point that he couldn't express even a solitary word and continued remaining there before the lord with his hands collapsed. The lord tapped his shoulders and came back to his royal residence.
Then again, the brahmin was restless to given this astounding news to his significant other. The spouse of the brahmin was remaining at the entryway of the bungalow. When she saw the brahmin coming with hardly a penny, she felt exceptionally furious. When the brahmin entered the bungalow, she yelled, "You generally said that nobody is as liberal as our King Vikramaditya. Presently, the development of his sublime royal residence is finished. How could he enable you to return with hardly a penny? I am shocked."
The brahmin said to his better half, "You don't have the foggiest idea how liberal our ruler is? He has given me his superb royal residence."
The brahmin's better half couldn't trust her ears and felt that she was imagining. They pressed every one of their effects and moved into the royal residence. In the wake of coming to there, the brahmin's significant other was enormously astounded to see such a wonderful royal residence. When they went inside the castle, they were incredibly astonished to see jewels, pearls, precious stones, silver and gold. They moved between different rooms.
During the night, they dozed on a delicate padded bed. At midnight, they heard a weird voice. They both got up and sat on the bed. An odd light filled the room,. Be that as it may, nothing was unmistakable in the room.
All of a sudden, they heard a voice, "I am Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth. I have come here as a fortunes for you. Disclose to me what you want. On the off chance that you wish, I can fill this castle with cash, gold and gems."
The brahmin and his significant other trembled with dread on hearing the voice. They couldn't see the Goddess. The brahmin's better half wound up oblivious. The brahmin secured himself with a cover and began imploring God. Indeed, Goddess Lakshmi rehashed Her words. This time, the brahmin began perspiring. Goddess Lakshmi accepting him as a trick and furiously left.
At the point when the brahmin saw that the light had vanished, he conveyed his significant other to detects. His significant other stated, "We won't live in this castle any longer. There is an apparition in this royal residence. Tomorrow first thing we will move to our cabin once more." The brahmin concurred with her.
Next morning, in the wake of holding every one of his effects back in the cabin, the brahmin went directly to the castle to meet King Vikramaditya. He portrayed the whole episode to him and stated, "O King, the royal residence is your property. It would be ideal if you take it back."
Ruler Vikramaditya stated, "How might I take it back when I have officially offered it to you?" When the brahmin asked for a ton, the lord gave him an immense whole of cash and purchased the royal residence from him. The brahmin felt cheerful on accepting such a gigantic whole of cash. He expressed gratitude toward the ruler and returned to his cottage.
The ruler moved to the grand royal residence and began dealing with the kingdom from that point. Tone night, when he was resting, Goddess Lakshmi showed up and rehashed similar words. Lord Vikramaditya bowed before the Goddess and stated, "Mother, I don't need anything for myself. If it's not too much trouble favor my kingdom with thriving."
"So be it!" said Goddess Lakshmi. In the first part of the day, the clergymen educated the ruler that cash is dispersed wherever in the kingdom. Vikramaditya stated, "Keep the whole cash in the state treasury. It ought to be isolated among the general population similarly."
The priests did as requested by their ruler.
In the wake of portraying the entire story, the fifth doll asked King Bhoja, "Would you say you are liberal like King Vikramaditya? On the off chance that Goddess Lakshmi were to favor you in such a way, at that point would you separate the cash among your kin like him? In the event that indeed, at that point sit on the position of authority, generally return." Saying this, the doll returned to her place. Ruler Bhoja thoroughly considered the inquiry and came back to his castle.
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