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At last, the leader of the thieves goes and looks himself. This time, he memorizes every detail he can of the exterior of Ali Baba's house.
The leader of the thieves pretends to be an oil merchant in need of Ali Baba's hospitality, bringing with him mules loaded with 38 oil jars, one filled with oil, the other 37 hiding the other remaining thieves. Once Ali Baba is asleep, the thieves plan to kill him.
Again, Morgiana discovers and foils the plan, killing the 37 thieves in their oil jars by pouring boiling oil on them.
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When their leader comes to rouse his men, he discovers they are all dead and escapes. The next morning, Morgiana tells Ali Baba about the thieves in the jars.
They bury them, and Ali Baba shows his gratitude by giving Morgiana her freedom. To exact revenge, the leader of the thieves establishes himself as a merchant, befriends Ali Baba's son who is now in charge of the late Cassim's business , and is invited to dinner at Ali Baba's house.
However, the thief is recognized by Morgiana, who performs a sword dance with a dagger for the diners and plunges it into the thief's heart, when he is off his guard. Ali Baba is at first angry with Morgiana, but when he finds out the thief wanted to kill him, he is extremely grateful and rewards Morgiana by marrying her to his son.
Ali Baba is then left as the only one knowing the secret of the treasure in the cave and how to access it.
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The story has been classified in the Aarne—Thompson classification system as AT Dilby in his time machine. I loved magic, and the thought of unexpected adventures excited me!
Not just me, any kid who loves adventure, magical lands filled with riches, crazy birds and scary sea serpents will like Sindbad and his stories. MomJunction brings you interesting details about the story, and a quick summary of all seven Sindbad the Sailor stories. The story, however, was not a part of the original 14th century manuscripts of the Arabian Nights.
It is believed that European translators added it during the 17th and 18th centuries. The tale is about a merchant called Sindbad also spelled Sinbad , who lived during the third Islamic caliphate. Sindbad In Popular Media. Among the 1, tales of the Arabian Nights collection, Sindbad the Sailor is one of the most popular ones. In fact, it is so popular that the story has been retold through media channels including television and movies.
Several animated TV series, movies in different languages around the world including Hindi, Japanese, German, Turkish, and Italian besides English, have been made based on this folk tale. A French musical and Sinbad the sailor chords were also made based on his story.
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Then you must read the summary of Sindbad the Sailor stories we have for you. Ready to climb on board?
The Beginning Tired and hungry, Sindbad the porter, takes a break to rest on the bench outside a mansion. Sitting on the bench, he complains to Allah that it is not fair that some are so poor and others enjoy luxuries. The owner of the house, also named Sindbad, hears this and reaches out to him. The sailor tells the porter that he was also poor once and that he became wealthy only by fate and destiny.
Sindbad, the sailor man, then begins the narrative of his adventures that made him rich. The First Voyage — The Whale Island After spending the little fortune that his father left him, Sindbad decides to recreate his wealth as a merchant. He sets sail on a ship with other traders. They reach an island, which happens to be a resting whale on which trees have grown.
The sleeping whale awakens when the sailors start a small fire to keep themselves warm. When the whale dives deep into the ocean to destroy the fire, Sindbad is pulled into the water but manages to come back up and holds on to a wooden log that he luckily finds.
Unluckily for him, the ship departs without him. The grateful king offers Sindbad a place in his court. After a few months, the ship that abandoned him comes to the port and Sindbad expresses his desire to go back home.
The King approves, gives him a few gold coins and sends him back home. But he is bored and wants to get back on a ship to see the world. So he sets off on another voyage, and during one of the breaks, he is accidentally abandoned by his crew on an island. On the island, he finds a giant Roc a giant bird egg and attaches himself to it. The giant bird picks up the egg, and along with it Sindbad, and flies to the nest.
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He passes a valley of giant snakes, big enough to swallow an elephant. The snakes protect the diamonds and gems in the valley, killing anyone who enters it.
The snakes are also Roc food.
It so happens that smart merchants throw large chunks of meat on the diamonds in the valley to lure the Roc. The diamonds get stuck to the meat that the birds carry. When the birds come out of the valley with the meat and diamonds, the merchants trick them into leaving the meat to collect the diamonds. Sindbad smartly straps himself to one of the meat pieces when his Roc picks one up. He also collects a bag full of diamonds and gems when the Roc swoops into the valley.
As fate would have it, Sindbad and all his shipmates end up on an island, on which there is a castle.PDF Pages: He reaches another part of the island inhabited by ordinary people. The giant captures the sailors and decides to eat them one a day, starting with the captain, a fat man.
Like Arab numerals that were borrowed from Hindus, the Arabic version of Panchatantra became the parent of all European versions, known generally as the fables of Bidpai. Structured as dialogues between Dr. Sinbad's master is so pleased with the huge quantities of ivory in the graveyard that he sets Sinbad free, and Sinbad returns to Baghdad, rich with ivory and gold.
Navratna Book center With a strong will to live, Sindbad explores the island further and comes across a river.