If the ant says, ‘Yes ant, of course I will. And if I die before you, but you will take me to the Ganges. What an ant, will you throw it? '
When the ant said, "Say it again, I will throw it away."
The two talked like this, then one day the ant died. Then the ants cried a lot, then thought, 'Now the ants have to be taken and thrown into the Ganges.'
Thinking this, he carried the ant on his shoulder and walked on the Ganges; The Ganges is far away from there, it takes many days to go. The ants went all day with the ants. Then, when evening came, he saw that he had come to the king's elephant sanctuary — the place where all his elephants were. The ants worked hard, so he sat down with the ants and rested. There was a huge elephant tied there, it was the king's jute elephant. The elephant was moving its trunk, and it was breathing heavily, and it was blowing the ants away. So when the ant said angrily, ‘Beware!’ The elephant did not hear it. When he breathed again, the ants flew into it again. So the ants became more angry and shouted, ‘Hey! Beware! But it will not be good! You bastard! '
The elephant thought, ‘Well, well, who’s squealing at me from there? I can’t see anyone. ’He rubbed the place with his feet!
Ants are in great danger now. He thought, ‘Ma’am, I’ve crushed this!’ But then he saw that he hadn’t crushed, he had slipped into one of the tiny holes in the bottom of the elephant’s foot, and he hadn’t let go of the ant!
Then who sees his joy? He sat down inside the hole and began to eat the meat of the elephant's feet. He did not stop digging until he took the ant and entered the elephant's head.
The elephant, however, became seriously ill. He shakes his head empty, screams and runs around like crazy. Everyone said, ‘Oh, what happened to the elephant?’ No one knew that ants had entered the elephant’s head. If he had known and put a lot of sugar on the soles of elephant's feet, the ants would have come out immediately with the smell of that sugar. But they do not know! They called for help, took medicine, and the elephant died.
That night Rajamshai dreamed that his elephant would come and say to him, 'Your Majesty, I have worked hard for you and will take me to the Ganges.'
When he woke up in the morning, Rajamshai ordered, "I have to take my elephant and throw it in the Ganges."
Immediately three hundred men tied a thick rope around the elephant's legs, shouting at him, 'Hey! Heiyo! ’And dragged him to the Ganges. Terrible big elephant, hard to pull him. The men took him a short distance away, and let go of the rope and sat down to breathe.
I can take it alone.
Has there been such a time এক a Bamunthakur is going through there, a servant with him. Seeing the people sitting and panting, the servant said, ‘An elephant like a rat, three hundred people are panting to pull him! I can take it alone. '
Hearing this, the three hundred people jumped up. They said, ‘What a big deal! You three hundred people can do what you can alone? Well, if it's not judged, we're not pulling the trigger anymore. Come on, son, go to the king, and we'll see what kind of young man you are! '
The servant said, 'Well, don't go! Am I young like you? '
Then they left the elephants in the field and they all came to the king and said, ‘Please Rajamshai, this is the trial! We are three hundred people your elephants