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Title:The People's Judgement - Mullah Nasruddin Stories for Kids | Moral Videos by Mocomi
Source:Youtube presents:The People's Judgement One day, Mullah Nasruddin and his son were travelling to the next town. Nasruddin preferred to walk while his son rode the donkey. On the way, they passed a group of bystanders, and a man remarked, "Look, that selfish boy is riding on a donkey while his poor old father is forced to walk alongside. That is so disrespectful. What a horrible and spoiled child!" Nasruddin's son felt embarrassed, so he got off the donkey and asked Nasruddin to get on it instead. His son started walking beside him and the donkey. Soon they passed another group of people. "Oh, that's detestable!" one of them exclaimed. "That poor young boy has to walk while his abusive father rides the donkey! That horrible man should be ashamed of himself for the way he's treating his son. What a heartless parent!" Nasruddin was upset to hear this. He wanted to avoid anybody else's scorn, so he decided to have both himself and his son ride the donkey at the same time. As they both rode, they passed another group of people. "That man and his son are so cruel," one bystander said. "Just look at how they are forcing that poor donkey to bear the weight if two people. They should be put in jail for their despicable act. What scoundrels!" Nasruddin heard this and told his son, "I guess the only way we can avoid being ridiculed by anyone, is for both of us to walk." "I suppose you are right," the son replied. So they got off the donkey and continued on foot. But as they passed another group of people, they heard them laughing. "Ha, ha, ha," the group laughed rudely. "Look at those two fools. They are so stupid that both of them are walking under this scorching hot sun and neither of them is riding the donkey! What morons!" Moral of the story - Well, If you keep doing what other people want, neither would you be happy nor will they stop judging you. The videos you are watching from our Mullah Nasruddin series are inspired by the Mughal Miniature style of art. This style was first introduced in India in 1451 during the rule of the Lodhi Dynasty. The style of painting was developed during the Mughal Rule in India, under the patronage of different kings. Miniature paintings were initially produced as paintings in themselves or as illustrations for texts. These paintings are characterized by a flat aerial perspective, muted colours and an attention to detail. Court scenes, portraits and animals are most commonly depicted in miniature paintings. #PeoplesJudgement #English #MullahNasruddin To read the complete story, visit the best e-learning website here: For much such fun learning Mullah Nasruddin stories, visit: For more stores from our huge collection of short and interesting spiritual stories from ancient Persian folk character Mullah Nasruddin: For more fun learning stories for kids, visit: We also have a huge collection of other stories and tales on our website that include Jataka Tales, Tenali Raman stories, Panchatantra Stories for Kids, Akbar Birbal stories, Hitopdesha stories and a lot more. Just visit to read from our huge collection of stories. Subscribe here for new and interesting content every week ► ► Press Bell Icon 🔔 For Latest Updates. Thanks for watching! Don't forget to give us a Thumbs Up 👍! Follow Mocomi Kids - Top educational website for kids, on Facebook on Twitter on Pinterest on Instagram - on LinkedIn


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