Manners show your rank

In ancient times, king Bukhat Shah rule in Kharasa country. He was very pious, kind-hearted, and God-fearing. He had every luxury, but he lived a simple life.

Instead of Bukhat Shah, his minister was very arrogant and grumpy. He belongs to a rich and noble family. Dilawar khan’s high lineage and wealth made him mentally ill. Instead of all of these, he has one good thing that comes over all his bad manners: his intelligence and very bill to in the work of states.

One day, Bukhat Shah went to the jungle with his minister and servant. Suddenly a Strom came, and they lost each other.

When the king’s servant was finding them, so he passes a house between the jungle of a blind man. He asks the blind man very rudely while sitting on his horse: Ohh!! Blind, have you ever seen any person passing from here? The blind man replied: No, no, I can’t see, so I have not seen anybody passing from here.

The servant, after hearing it, passes over from there. After a while, the minister passing from there riding on his horse see the blind man sitting, so he asked: Oh blind man, did you see anybody passing from here? He replied: No, I did not see anybody. After hearing it, he passes from there.

After a while, the king riding on the horse passed from there when he saw the blind man he came down from his horse and went to the blind man he said to the older man: How are you, Sir? Have you felt or hear that somebody was passing from here? The older man replied: Yes, first, your servant than your minister.

The king was amazed; he asked: But how you can’t see how you know that? The blind man replied: Your manner shows your rank when your servant asks, he asked very rudely, and when your minister asks, he asks arrogantly, and when you the king come, you gently and politely ask me, so I felt all the situation. The king thanked the old blind man and left from there.

The next day, the king ordered a court and asked about his servant and minister’s manners. They were ashamed of their behavior.

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