By Leelawati Bhagwat
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A poor young man, Hari, was passing by and chanced to overhear these words. He thought, "This man is a great philosopher. " So he went and picked up the dead rat. Hari was wondering what he could do with the rat when an idea flashed across his mimi. "There is noth ing that a cat loves more than feasting on a rat," he reasoned to himself. " My neighbour's cat has been famished becau e there are no rats in the house. " Hari went traight to his neighbour and held out the dead rat. The neighbour delighted.
She screamed. " A man is expected to provide food and shelter for his wife. Last night we finished the last of the dry chapattis and dal. There is not a morsel to eat in the house. " Then she burst into tears and slammed the door. Chhotulal hung his head in shame. He shuffled his feet and, looking'at the floor, said diffidently, " Nandini, please smile. I will go and beg if it pleases you. " Nandini dried her tears and gave a glimmer of a smile . "Go to the King. " . So Chhotulai set off for the palace.
He got money or goods in exchange and steadily accumulated more and more wealth. One day, he heard that a man was corning acro ss the river with a flotilla of boats loaded with merchandise. He hurriedly collected all the money he had accumulated and bought a chariot. He decorated it with flowers and rode to the harbour singing gaily. As soon as the first boat landed, Hari went up to the captain and gave him a gold ring. "This is more valuable than six months' wages. If you promise to help me obtain all the merchandise in the boats, I shall pay you still more," said Hari.
A Trip to Heaven and Other Stories by Leelawati Bhagwat