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Story : The Greatness of Giashuddin Azam Shah

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Giashuddin Azam Shah was the ruler of Bengal. He was a kind and just ruler. He was very much fond of archery. One day when he was practising archery, all on a sudden his arrow missed its target and pierced into the breast of a young boy who died instantly. The boy was the son of a widow. She went to the....................


The Greatness of Giashuddin Azam Shah

Giashuddin Azam Shah was the ruler of Bengal. He was a kind and just ruler. He was very much fond of archery. One day when he was practising archery, all on a sudden his arrow missed its target and pierced into the breast of a young boy who died instantly. The boy was the son of a widow. She went to the Quazi and complained against the Sultan for justice.

The Quazi called for the Sultan and said, “According to the law of the country, you shall be punished. But if you can please the widow by giving her compensation for the loss, you may get rid of the due punishment.” The Sultan gladly did it and the widow was satisfied. Then the Quazi got down from his seat and showed the Sultan due respect.

The kind sultan then drew out his sword and said, “Listen to me, Mr Quazi, if you had failed to do justice to the widow, I would have cut off your head with his sword.” The Quazi also drew out his cane and said, “If you had disobeyed my justice, I would have beaten you with this cane.” The Sultan thanked the Quazi for his brave and true judgement and embraced him.

Same story collected from another book

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Long ago, there was a Sultan in Bengal. His name was Giasuddin Azam. His capital was Sonargaon near Dhaka. He was a very just and kind ruler. The Sultan’s hobby was hunting. Very often he went on hunting. One day, he was hunting deer in a jangle.....................


The Justice of Quazi

Long ago, there was a Sultan in Bengal. His name was Giasuddin Azam. His capital was Sonargaon near Dhaka. He was a very just and kind ruler. The Sultan’s hobby was hunting. Very often he went on hunting. One day, he was hunting deer in a jangle. Aiming at a fawn he shot but missed. Instead of the fawn, the arrow pierced a boy who was the only son of a widow. At this the widow was greatly shocked. She brought charge against the Sultan to the Quazi. The Quazi asked the Sultan to make the widow happy. The Sultan compensated for this guilt and the widow became pleased. Then the Quazi embraced the Sultan. He said if the Sultan disobeyed him, he would have punished him. The Sultan also said if the Quazi failed to make justice, he would have beaten the Quazi. Then the two greatmen became close friends.

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