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Please tell me some puzzle stories that were never heard by any one in this world.

Birth and Growth of Bhatti, Vikramaditya

Which Puzzles Raja Vikram. Blessing him to rule the country in a progressive manner, Chandravarna died. And at the end of every story it compells king Vikram to solve the puzzle of the story, thus breaking his silence.

You will turn into a ghost.

Vikram And Betaal Stories

People treated the four on par to the great brothers Rama, Lakshmana, Bharatha and Sathrughna of Ramayana. Lord Shiva in a wink knew about the Brahmin and his actions. However, in conclusion the Raja did manage to maintain his silence at the end of the last story and thus succeeded in his quest to get Betaal to the sage.

Ruling his kingdom, he comes to you following a request of a saint. Stories of Vikram and Betal. Of a High-minded Family. Birth and Growth of Bhatti, Vikramaditya Chandravarna and his four wives were spending their time in all pleasure. The legend behind the series of stories told by Betaal bayti Vikram, make for interesting short stories to learn great lessons.

The Vampire’s Fifth Story.

Batti Vikramarka Kathalu Bhakti Pustakalu

Exactly at the time Lord Shiva was narrating the strange stories to Goddess Parvathi, a Brahmin who came to the temple for offerings hid nearby and listened all the narrations of Lord Shiva.

Of the Marvellous Delicacy of Three Queens. Long time ago, perhaps long before Vikramaditya was born Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi were all alone in a temple. As the time was passing by like this peacefully, Prathishta Puram King suffered a major health break.

Of the Thief Who Laughed and Wept. Hey Lord Parama Shiva Shankara! After some time, Chandravarna was blessed with four sons, one each to his wives. After confronting Betaal, the ghost promises to accompany Vikram on one condition. The learned Chandravarna knowing that his departure time was fast approaching summoned all the four sons to his presence. His fame and reputation spread in the neighbouring kingdoms too. Lord Shiva made the Brahmin appear before him and cursed barti You cheat!

The introduction shows the setting for the stories, and conclusion shows what kayhalu after King Vikram fulfilled his promise to the monk. She immediately rushed to Lord Shiva and angrily told him, My Lord! The Vampire’s First Story. Years passed this way in all comfort to Prathishta Puram King and his people. They constructed a new township named Ujjain. Vikram And Betaal Stories – Browse through and read from our huge collection of fun and interesting stories of Vikram and Betaal for kids.

Once Lord Shiva completed his stories, the hiding Brahmin ran to his house and recited them to his wife. Hence, was the sequence how Vikramaditya became King of Prathishta Puram and Bhatti his chief minister.

This was due as he had no sons to succeed him. In which a man deceives a woman. Goddess Parvathi came to know of these stories popular on earth. Stories of Vikram and Betal The stories of Vikram and Betaloriginally written in batt, have been an integral part of Indian fairy tales for many centuries. The Vampire’s Tenth Story.

She was the reason behind marrying your mothers, all the three. Vikram and Betaal stories are a series of compelling stories with a puzzle at the end of each story. Akthalu and mugguru rakumarulu is the animated Vikramarka and betala kadha online version. The sons collectively promised Chandravarna, We all abide by your words, Father!