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Title:Mullah Nasruddin and The Guest of Honour - Mullah Nasruddin Stories | Moral Stories by Mocomi
Source:Youtube presents:Mullah Nasruddin and The Guest of Honour It was a busy day in the village. Mullah Nasruddin was out for his evening stroll, with his donkey, when he chanced upon a huge gathering of people outside the town hall. He turned to a person in the crowd and asked him. "What is happening here?" The person replied, "I don't know, but some very important people from all over the country and some neighbouring countries have also come." "Oh!", exclaimed Mullah, "Let me find out." Mullah Nasruddin walked to the entrance and tried to enter unnoticed. The guard standing at the town hall's big doorway stopped and asked him, "Sir, please let me know your name. I cannot allow common people to enter. Some very important people have come here today." Mullah looked at the guard and said, "Sir, I am here to deliver an important message for some very important people." The guard looked at Mullah Nasruddin suspiciously. "Sir, please let me in. It is an important message and I cannot tell you whom it is for." "No sir, I cannot allow you inside, without knowing whom you want to meet", replied the guard. "Sir, please let me in. I will only go inside for a few moments and come out. Here, you can hold my donkey, while I go in." answered Mullah. Reluctantly, the guard allowed him inside. Mullah Nasruddin entered a formal reception area and seated himself at the foremost elegant chair. The Chief of the Guard approached and said: “Sir, those places are reserved for guests of honour.” “Oh, I am more than a mere guest,”replied Nasruddin confidently. “Oh, so are you a diplomat?”, asked the Guard doubtfully. Answered Mullah, “Far more than that!” “Really? So you are a minister, perhaps?” the Guard asked again. “No, bigger than that too", replied Mullah. “Oho! So you must be the King himself, sir?” asked the Chief sarcastically. “Higher than that!” asnswered Mullah, cheekily. “What?! Are you higher than the King?! Nobody is higher than the King in this village!” “Now you have it. I am nobody!” said Nasruddin. Moral of the story – “One cannot be successful or happy in life without a humble but reasonable confidence in oneself.” 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. #GuestofHonour #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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