Legend of Ciung Wanara

Legend of Ciung Wanara

Legend of Ciung Wanara

Legend of Ciung Wanara

       Once upon a time There was very prosperous kingdom, it was called Galuh Pakunan kingdom. The kingdom was led by a king named Raden Barma Wijaya Kusuma. The people of the kingdom loved the king very much, for his wise leadership. The king always prioritized the interests of the people, he gave the best solution for the people of the kingdom of Galuh Pakunan.

       Raden Barma Wijaya Kusuma had two consorts, namely Dewi Naganingrum and Dewi Pengreyep. The kingdom life went on peacefully and calmly. (Also read : Philosophy of Carrot Egg or Coffee)

       But one day, both consorts were pregnant at the same time. Until some time had passed, Dewi Pengreyep apparently gave birth to a baby first, she gave birth to a very handsome baby and was named Hariangbanga. after a few days, Dewi Naganingrum also gave birth to a baby who was no less handsome than Hariangbanga.

       Dewi Pengreyep did not like the birth of Dewi Naganingrum’s baby, because it was considered to be the rival of her son to become the sole king in the kingdom of Galuh Pakunan and to control all the royal treasures. She devised an evil plan to exchange the baby of Dewi Naganingrum for a young puppy. read more

King and Daughter of a Rebel Leader

King and Daughter of a Rebel Leader

King and Daughter of a Rebel Leader

King and Daughter of a Rebel Leader

      Once upon a time there was a battle between the soldiers of the king Tsar and the rebels. the battle was getting hard. Finally, however, the Tsar king’s soldiers could beat the rebels and arrested the leader of rebel and his rest soldiers and they were thrown into the kingdom jail. (Also read : Woodcutter Keep Secret)

      Knowing that the rebel leader had been taken prisoner by the king, Lucia, the daughter of the rebel leader directly went to the palace to meet the king for begging so that her father could be made free by the king and she promised that her father would not be rebelling anymore.

      When king Tsar knew she was a very beautiful girl, he looked at her with mixed feelings. He was falling in love to her, however, he was also very angry of her presumption on begging free of her father. (Also read other article at : ALLAH ALWAYS WITH YOU)

      “I will free your father, and what’s more I will marry you,” he said to her, “If you are able to solve my riddle. If you fail, your father will die and you be forced to marry my stable boy.” read more

Rich Man and Wise God

Rich Man and Wise God

Rich Man and Wise God

Rich Man and Wise God

      The following day after the Wise God fulfilled the poor man’s wish to change the poor man’s old house into a new one, it made the rich man curious so the story of Rich Man and Wise God began. (Read the previous story entitled: Wise God and Poor Man)

      The sun was moving highly when the rich man got up and leaned out of his window and saw that on the opposite side of the way there was a new clean-looking house with red tiles and bright windows where the old hut used to be. 

      He was very much astonished, and called his wife and said to her, “Tell me, what can have happened? Last night there was a miserable little hut standing there, and today there is a beautiful new house. You have to run over and see how that has come to pass.”

      So his wife went and asked the poor man, and he said to her: “Yesterday evening a traveler came here and asked for a night’s lodging, and this morning when he took leave of us, he granted us three wishes – eternal happiness, health during this life and our daily bread as well, and besides this, a beautiful new house instead of our old hut.” read more

Flatus of Abu Nawas

Flatus of Abu Nawas

Flatus of Abu Nawas

Flatus of Abu Nawas

        Once upon a time there was a poor man lived in the village of Persia. His name was Abu Nawas. Although he was poor but he was very kind and smart. Because of his smartness, the king Harun Al Rasyid liked him, however, he used to call him to the castle because he wanted to trap Abu Nawas with his curious questions. (also read : Abunawas and the Gate guardian)

        One day, the king ordered his soldiers to go to Abu Nawas’ house to ask him come to his palace. When Abu Nawas arrived, the king smiled and told about his disease.

        “Hi Abu, you should help me. I always get a stomachache lately; my medical men said that I have got a wind attack” said the King.

        “My pardon Majesty, what should I do for helping you??? Said Abu Nawas.

        “I would like you to catch the wind because it disturbs me and bring it to in prison” reply the King.

        Abu Nawas then didn’t talk any words. He didn’t think the way how to catch the wind but he was thinking how to prove that he really caught the wind. Wind can’t be seen; it was different with water or other things could be seen although water had no color. (Also read other article at : I Leave My Heart In Lebanon Seri 3) read more