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Long ago the Kingdom of Chandrapuri was ruled by a king named Raja AnandaChandra. He was very generous and was liked by his subjects.
One day the king was worried because he was losing his hair.
He noticed that every day the bald patch on his head was growing larger and larger.
Finally he summoned his physician and told him that unless he did something to restore his hair he would cut off his (the physician's) head.
The poor man did his best, but he knew that there was no cure for baldness, and one day the last of the King's hair fell off and he became completely bald.
The physician was arrested and taken to the place of execution.
As he put his head on the execution block, his turban fell off.
This seemed to have a strange effect on the king.
The king immediately stopped the execution and pardoned the man.
The physician was also bald and king felt that there were others also who are bald like him and he did not feel bad about being bald any longer.
The king realised that the physician was also bald.
When the turban of Physician fell of his head, King saw that the Physician himself was totally bald. This led the king to rethink his decision of executing the Physician, he thought that if the Physician can not cure his own baldness, how he will he cure the baldness of the king, thus he pardoned the Physician.
The King changed his mind when he saw that the physician was bald too. The King thought that maybe he had saved the necessary antidote for himself- so that he could regrow his hair.
Also the physician was bald and the king too decided to wear a turban.
achyuth c sekhar
The king was stunt beyond words to see the physician with his bald head. What?!! And the man said not a word. How unjustified were the kings actions. The king immediatly stopped the execution and pardoned the man.
The king changed his mind because he found that the physician was also bald. If he had not worries about his hair loss then why should the king be worried. Thus the king pardoned the physician.
When the turban of the physician fell off ,the king relised that the physician too was bald !!He immediately burst into laughter and also realised that baldness is a natural phenomenon with out any cure !! Hence he stopped the execution and pardoned the man.
When the turban fell off, the king saw that the physician had hair as long as it touched the floor. The Physicians hair had so much lice on them that it started falling off from the hair. Seeing this the king saw the brighter side of being bald and pardoned the man.
The kind changed his mind because he found that the physician was also bald. He thought if the physician would have had the treatment for baldness, first of all he would have applied the treatment for himself (physician).
The King changed his mind when he saw the bald head of his physician.
The physician was also bald-headed. The king realised that when a physician could not cure his own bald problem, he was not to be blamed for not curing the king's baldness. The king understood that it was the law of nature and nobody could do anything about it.
When the turban of the physician fell down, the king noticed that like him, the physician was also bald. The king now realised that baldness was a natural process. Everybody and anybody could suffer, it could not be stopped.
Because he knew that the man was the most clever man in his country.
The king saw that the physician was also bald and had been wearing a turban to cover his baldness all these days. The king felt sorry for him and pardoned him.
The king saw that the physician was also bald and had hid his bald head with the turban. The king instantly thought that if the physician could hide his bald head then why he could he not do so ? So, AnandaChandra got an idea that with the help of the Taj (crown) he could also hide his baldhead and lead a normal life. And hence, the king immediately stopped the execution and pardoned the man.
When the turban fell off, the king saw that he too did not have a single hair on his head. A person who could not cure himself will not be able to cure the king. As both of them were sailing in the same boat, the king pardoned him.
The King immediately stopped the execution and pardoned the man because the man was also bald. The King thought if a man himself is bald ,what could he do to save others. Thus the King pardoned him because of his baldness.
The king changed his mind because the physician himself was bald.
He was also bald.
When the turban fell off the physician's head, the King saw that the physician was also completely bald. The King thought, "I never knew the physician was bald because he always wore his turban. And I always thought he was such a handsome man in his turban. Hmmm... that gives me an idea. Instead of showing off my shining pate, let me wear a turban based crown encrusted with precious stones which would make me look very handsome and take everybody's attention away from my bald head." The King pardoned the physician who gave him this brilliant idea. The very next day the King ordered his courtiers to make 100 fabulous Kingly turbans. Very soon he became a fashion trendsetter for the neighbouring Kings and princes and soon became popularly known as the "Handsome Turbaned King".
The king changed his mind because he saw that he (the physician)too was bald and couldn't paste the physicians hair on his head.
Because he was also bald.
The king changed his mind because the physician's hair was fully white.
The king saw that his head was bald as well.
Raja AnandaChandra thought that he would also wear a turban to hide his baldness. Since he got this idea from the physician's turban, he decided to pardon the man and let him go.
Because the king believed in superstitions, he changed his mind.
The King was at mistake that the physician had given the wrong medicines and had no clue about the impact of them. But after the turnban fell off on the execution block, he could see that the Physician was also bald. The King felt that birds of the same feathers flock together and changed his mind.
The Physician was bald too. So, the king pardoned him.
The physician himself was bald.
May be the physician's head is also bald like the king's.
The king noticed that the physician was bald himself. He realised that growing old was a part of life and thus pardoned the physician.
When the turban of the physician fell off the king came to know that the physician was also completly bald.
When the physician's turban fell off , the king noticed that the physician too was bald. Therefore he immediately pardoned the physician and understood that there was no cure for baldness.
The king changed his mind and stopped for execution because as soon as the physician kept his head on the execution block, his turban fell on the ground and his bald head was visible to all. The physician was also completly bald and use to hide it under his turban which King was not aware. When the King saw physician's bald head he realized his mistake and pardoned the physician.
King saw that the physicain was also a bald man. So,he forgave him.
Anusha V Subhalakshmi
Because, as the turban fell off the physician's head he observed that the physician too was bald. "How can a bald man cure others' baldness?" the king wondered and let him off.
The king noticed the physician’s bald head. And the king realized, that poor physician hid his baldness and tried his best to cure the king’s bald head, though he knew that there is no cure for that. So, the king immediately stopped the execution and pardoned the man. The king appreciated the physician ‘s efforts and his kind heart. Hamsika Sai GIIS, Singapore.
He suddenly remembered of the famous saying that baldness & proudness have no cure.
As the turban fell, he was very surprised to notice that the physician himself was completely bald. so he thought that if there would have been any remedy to stop hair loss, the physician would not have been bald. So he is a genuiune person and thus freed him from execution.
King pardoned him because even the physician was bald and realised that a bald person could not cure the king's bald head .
A lot of hair products and no hair was found under his turban. The king cancelled the execution and helped the man up off the execution block. " I didn't know that you were bald, too!" the king exclaimed. " Yes I too have been trying to cure my baldness for years, but nothing worked, I tried to tell you, but you wouldn't listen", the man said. " I am so sorry, please forgive me. In your honor I will throw a party, the best one ever!", the king exclaimed. Moral: LISTEN TO WHAT OTHER PEOPLE HAVE TO SAY.
When the physician's turban fell off, the king thought," Because I am bald the physician must have shaved his head bald. What a loyal physician I have." Therefore the king pardoned the physician.
When the physician's turban fell off, the king saw that the physician had white, unequal & dirty hair which themselves needed treatment. He thought that he had called the wrong man. He left him free & hired a hair specialist for his & the physician's treatment.
The King realised that he could also hide his bald head with the turban and saw that the physician was also bald which made him realise that he is not all alone who has a bald head but there other people also with a bald head. With this he stopped the execution and freed the physician.
King pardoned the physician because he realized when the physician could not grow hair for himself then what he could grow for him.
The king saw that the poor man himself had no hair, but no one had realised it! When the king asked him how this was possible. He replied that it was a simple matter of covering the head with a turban or crown, and no one would know. He said,"Sir, everyone grows old gradually and there is no permanent cure for it.The king realising his folly at once, apologised to the minister and rewarded him handsomley. The minister returned home as a happier and a richer man.
The King walked up to the man and said, "That was good". "What?" asked the physician perplexed." I will also wear a Turban. So what if you are not bald and I am Bald? Give me your turban" . The physician gave the turban to the king and went home happily.
Yap Kim Cong
King pardoned the physician because he realized that the physician could not grow hair for himself .
Neoh Chia Choon
The King Pardoned the physician because the physician was also bald.
Pun Chun Hoe
The king changed his mind because the physician is also same like the king.
Chua Khang Hui
Because he was bald.
He saw that the physician was also bald, so he pardoned him. He no longer thought about his baldness now and ordered wigs for both of them.
Because he knew that the man was the most clever man in his country and he was bald.
pan XX joon
It was because the physician was also bald. So the king pardoned the physician. At last they knew each other were bald.
He was also bald .
Kok Pui San
The king saw the physician who is also bald.
Swathy T Nair
When the Raja AnandaChandra saw that the physician was bald he was shocked for what a sin he would have done, if he had cut he head of physician.How could the physician who was bald himself cure a bald person.Raja AnandaChandra was sorry for the physician and so he gave the physician 50 gold coins.
When the turbon fell down, king saw the bald head of physician. It was very beautiful. And the physician was more handsome. King thought even he looks same as physician.
When the turban fell, a small book was revealed. This was the book which was lost by the physician. It contained all the cures & the physician could now cure the king's baldness.
That moment the king noticed that he himself was bald and could not cure himself, then how could he cure the king.
Raghu & Devaki
when the king came to know that, even the physician was bald then he realised that there is no remedy for baldness.
The physican was bald!
THE PHYSICIAN WAS BALD TOO. BUT LOOKED HANDSOME BECAUSE OF HIS TURBAN. SO KING DECIDED TO WEAR A TURBAN TOO.
THE KING NOTICED THAT THE PHYSICIAN, TOO WAS BALD. HE WAS NOT ABLE TO GROW HIS OWN HAIR,THEN HOW COULD BRING BACK THE KING'S HAIR.SO THE KING PARDONED HIM.
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