Upendrakishore Roy Chowdhury
There was a poor Brahmin. There was a Brahmin in his house, and a little girl, but they had nothing to eat. The Brahmins begged with great difficulty and whatever they brought, at one time they would run out without eating well. Not all days match again.
One day their little girl went to visit the house next door. He went and saw that he had cooked paise at home, the boys were eating paise. Seeing that, the girl also wanted to eat badd payes. So he came home and said to his mother, 'Mom, don't make me paise, I'll eat paise!'
Hearing this, his mother started crying. You don't eat rice well, what will you do with payes again?
At that time, the Brahmin came back with a beggar and when he saw the Brahmin crying, he asked, "Why are you crying, Brahmin, what happened?"
Brahmani said, "The girl wanted to eat payes, where can I give payes, so I am crying."
Hearing this, the Brahmin said, ‘Well, I will see if I can do something about it, you don’t cry’ and he immediately went out again.
There was a very good zamindar in that village.
As soon as he heard that the Brahmin's daughter wanted to eat paise, he immediately gave her a nice Gopalbhog rice, two cups of milk, sugar and spices.
The Brahmin was very happy about this, blessed the zamindar, ran home and said to the Brahmin, 'Take this, I have brought your money.'
Was that Brahmani a lucky girl? He cooked so well that no one had ever eaten so much. When he started cooking the pies, all the people around him went crazy with its wonderful smell.
A crow smelled the milk and said, ‘Aha! It doesn't work if you don't eat such wonderful things. '
So he went to the Brahmin's house and sat down.
The crow sat quietly on the roof of the house for a long time. Then there was a little noise in the kitchen and he said, ‘Oh! This time it has been cooked. '
Except for a moment, there was a little more noise, and then the crow said, ‘Oh! This time it is increasing. '
Except for a little while, the crow said, ‘Oh! Eating this time! '
Truly the Brahmin and his daughter were sitting down to eat then. That paycheck was so good that they both almost finished it. There was very little left for the Brahmins. Then when the Brahmani had finished eating, there was not a speck of pies left on the leaf or pot.
When the crow could not eat even after sitting for so long, he became very angry. He said to himself, ‘You cheated on me like that! We have to pay for it. '
There was a huge forest near the Brahmin's house, in which there was a huge tiger.
The crow cunningly went to the tiger and said, ‘Baghamshai, we have a beautiful daughter of Brahmanthakur. You are such a beautiful groom, it is better if the girl marries you. '
The tiger said, ‘Who will fix the marriage? When I go to talk They will run away! '
The crow said, ‘You don’t have to do anything, I’m doing everything. First you send some food to the Brahmin. '
The tiger said, ‘Well done! I will go to the village, kill the dog and leave Bamun's house. '
The crow cut his tongue and said, ‘No-no! They will not eat dogs! Send a lemon tree to your home. I will take the lemon now. '
He came to the Brahmin's house with some lemons and said, 'Baghamshai, they are very happy to eat lemons. If you give me some lemons like this, the girl will give it to me. '
Hearing this, the tiger started rolling on the ground with joy.
In this way, the crow takes the rose lemon and says to the tiger, ‘They will marry the girl.
Then one day the tiger said, "Where, the lemon is gone, the girl didn't get married."
The crow said, ‘Give it to me! When you want, give immediately.
The tiger said, "But tell them that if the girl doesn't get married tomorrow night, I will chew them all."
That's what the crow wants. He immediately went to the Brahmin’s house and said, ‘Ogo are you listening? The tiger will come tomorrow night to marry your daughter. If you don't get married, everyone will chew. '
Hearing this, the Brahmin and the Brahmani clapped their chests and started crying.
Hearing the cries, the villagers rushed to the spot and said, "What happened?"
The Brahmin wept and said, ‘Tomorrow the tiger will come, to marry our daughter. If you don't get married, everyone will chew it. '
On hearing this, the villagers said, ‘This is it. Well, you can see how the son gets married, and if not chew and eat! You have nothing to fear, we will fix everything. '
They sent word to the tiger saying, ‘Tigress, what better groom like you! You will come after the dress, when the crow of the meeting says, ‘Give it to me!’! [P.64 Sit in the middle, listen to music, eat invitations, then get married and leave in a good way. '
Then they all cut three hundred ovens in the Brahmin's yard and put three hundred pots of oil in it. Put a nice bed on the well. Then he started making a lot of noise by playing drums.
When the tiger heard the noise, he said, "Oh, my wedding is in full swing."
Then he hurriedly put on his clothes, put on his turban, danced and came to the Brahmin's house.
All of a sudden ‘Hey, the groom is here! Baja, baja! ’He said and showed the tiger the bed above the well. Baghamshai jumped into it and fell into the well by the bed, ‘Gheyao!’ And at the same time, all the villagers together poured the hot oil of the three hundred pots and the fire of the three hundred ovens into the well.
‘Hey, the groom is here! Play, play! '
Then the foolish tiger was burnt to ashes, and the Brahmin's misfortune was cut off.
The crow was sitting on the roof of the house watching the joke, the boys in the neighborhood threw a teal and crushed his head.