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  • What is your project about Tofu?

  • We have to raise money for the class show.

  • We have to make and sell something.

  • So what have you decided to make?

  • That’s where the trouble is, I can’t think of anything.

  • I wish I had some magic

  • and I could just get as much money as I wanted.

  • In fact I would use the magic to become the richest person on Earth

  • and sit back and relax the whole day.

  • I would do nothing else!

  • well Tofu you do know that there is more in life then only being rich?

  • People like you more when you are honest

  • hard-working and humble.

  • That’s how Aladdin found his Princess and lived a happy life.

  • Aladdin? Who is that?

  • I’ll tell you.

  • Once upon a time, there was a young boy named Aladdin.

  • He lived with his mother and his pet monkey in a poor village of Arabia.

  • The only relative Aladdin and his mother

  • had was a distant uncle who hardly kept in touch with them.

  • One day

  • when Aladdin and his mother

  • were finishing their daily chores, Aladdin’s uncle showed up.

  • Brother! What a pleasant surprise.

  • How are you sister? How is your son?

  • We are both good brother.

  • It has been many years since you have visited us.

  • Aladdin

  • this is your uncle.

  • You saw him once when you were a little baby.

  • Hello uncle.

  • Oh! What a young lad he has become.

  • But I am sorry to see the state of thing you have to live in sister.

  • I have a proposition.

  • Let me take Aladdin with me and I will find him some work.

  • Once he has earned enough, he can come back to you.

  • Till then, keep this piece of gold to make your living.

  • Oh brother! That is a wonderful idea.

  • It will do Aladdin good to learn some work with you.

  • The next morning

  • Aladdin and his uncle left

  • They walked through many villages and towns.

  • Till one day they came to a quiet place outside one of the villages.

  • There were many caves and tunnels there.

  • what are we doing here uncle?

  • I have a job for you here.

  • Here, uncle? But there is nothing here except these rocks and caves.

  • Look there, under the tree.

  • There is a large stone with a ring on it.

  • I want you to lift it.

  • Okay, uncle.

  • as you say

  • Please help me uncle.

  • this rock is very heavy.

  • No, I can’t help you. It is your job

  • you have to do it.

  • It’s opening! It’s opening uncle!

  • I can see a narrow passage and some stairs leading further down.

  • Very good job my boy! Now I want you to go in there.

  • But before you go

  • here, wear my ring, this is a magical ring.

  • It will keep you safe.

  • Yes, uncle.

  • Aladdin follows his uncle’s directions and goes down the stairs.

  • Once at the bottom he sees that

  • it is a large cave filled with many jewels and gold coins.

  • Pick up the large gold plates and urns

  • fill them up with gold and jewels.

  • Pick up anything else that you thing maybe worth something.

  • Aladdin, does as his uncle had told him.

  • He stuffed the large urns with many precious items

  • and made his way back towards the staircase.

  • On his way out, he saw a small dusty lamp.

  • Although, it didn’t look precious

  • he decided to take it too

  • and tucked it into his shirt.

  • When Aladdin had reached the top of the staircase

  • he called out to his uncle for help.

  • Here uncle! Please take these urns and then pull me up too.

  • I cannot get out by myself, the opening is too far for me.

  • Yes, yes! Give me the urns.

  • Okay uncle

  • now pull me out.

  • Pull you out! So that you can go and tell everyone where the treasure is?

  • Never!

  • I brought you along because this is a cursed cave.

  • Only a small boy can go in and out of it.

  • I have what I wanted

  • I don’t have to come back for more for a long time.

  • Saying so, Aladdin’s uncle shut the cave’s opening with large stone

  • that had a ring on it

  • leaving Aladdin behind in the cave.

  • Aladdin was shocked but he stayed patient.

  • Uncle has betrayed us.

  • But I must find a way out and get back to my house.

  • Dear God, show me a way out of here please.

  • Aladdin joined his hands and bowed his head to pray.

  • As he put his hands together

  • his fingers rubber over his uncle’s magical ring.

  • And a creature came out it.

  • Yes master, you called me?

  • Who are you?

  • I am the slave of this ring and whoever wears it.

  • I must obey any one command of the master of the ring

  • and then the ring will be destroyed, freeing me.

  • How may I serve you, my master?

  • Can you please get me out of here and back home to my mother?

  • Yes master! Right away.

  • The next moment Aladdin was home with his mother.

  • His mother was surprised to see him back home so soon

  • and in such an abrupt manner.

  • My son! You have returned so soon!

  • Where is your uncle?

  • Have you already earned so much money?

  • Uncle cheated on us mother.

  • I will tell you everything, but first give me something to eat.

  • I haven’t eaten anything since yesterday.

  • Aladdin’s mother served him the remainder of the food as he told her

  • what had happened and how his uncle had tricked and abandoned him.

  • I can’t believe my own brother would do this to us, son.

  • I am glad you are home safe now.

  • But the gold coin your uncle gave me

  • has run out and we have nothing to eat now.

  • Don’t worry mother.

  • I have this lamp, I will go into the market and sell it tomorrow.

  • Let us sleep for now.

  • Relieved that they were together

  • Aladdin and his mother slept peacefully that night.

  • The next morning Aladdin asked his mother for the lamp.

  • Mother, I am very hungry.

  • Give me the lamp, I will go sell it so we may have some bread.

  • Here son, take the lamp.

  • But clean it nicely and polish it before you go to the market.

  • A shiny lamp will fetch you more money.

  • Yes mother.

  • As Aladdin started rubbing the lamp clean with his shirt

  • a magical creature appeared from it.

  • Yes master! What is your command for me?

  • Master…?

  • Are you like the creature of the ring?

  • Yes master, he is my brother. And I know that he freed you from the caves.

  • What is going on Aladdin? Who is this?

  • Don’t worry mother.

  • This is a magical creature of the lamp.

  • He will grant us anything we wish for.

  • Call me Genie, my master.

  • Very well Genie, please get us something to eat. We are very hungry.

  • As soon as Aladdin had said it, several silver plates appeared

  • with a variety of food in them.

  • The genie went back into the lamp

  • while Aladdin and his mother had a hearty meal.

  • When it was evening, they were hungry again.

  • Its time for dinner. What shall we do?

  • Should I call the genie again?

  • Nolook, he has left us with these silver plates.

  • Go and sell them in the market. We will buy bread after that.

  • Aladdin agreed with his mother

  • and took one of the silver plates to the market.

  • He saw a Turkish trader and decided to strike a deal with him.

  • But Aladdin didn’t know the value of his silver tray or how to do business.

  • How much you want for this tray?

  • Please give me whatever you think is fit. I trust you.

  • Okay, take one gold coin.

  • Okay, thank you.

  • The trader was surprised by Aladdin’s innocence

  • and was tempted to tell him that he had made a mistake

  • and that the tray was of even lower value than he had quoted.

  • But instead he let him go.

  • Such an innocent boy.

  • He didn’t even bother to find out the actual value of the plate.

  • Perhaps I should have given him the fair value.

  • anyways

  • With the gold coin he had got, Aladdin bought food

  • and other necessary supplies for his home.

  • But within a few days, they ran out of all the supplies.

  • So Aladdin went bank to the Turkish trader

  • and sold him another plate

  • This time the trader gave him two gold coins.

  • Again Aladdin bought food and supplies for his home.

  • This went on for many days

  • till Aladdin ran out of all the silver plates

  • Son, there is no food in the house.

  • And no plates to sell as well.

  • what shall we do now?

  • I will rub the lamp and call the genie again.

  • Yes, master. How can I help you today?

  • There is no food in the house.

  • Can you get us some food?

  • Yes of course master.

  • Once again the Genie brought them food on many silver plates.

  • Although Aladdin had the magic lamp

  • they never used it to satisfy any greed.

  • They continued to live frugally

  • except now his mother started saving a little money

  • from the sale of every silver plate.

  • Like this in a few yearsthey had enough money to live a decent life.

  • Aladdin even became a merchant and almost never used the lamp again.

  • One day, he was returning from work

  • he happened to see the Princess as her procession passed from the street.

  • Mother, I am in love with the Princess and I have decided to marry her.

  • I will present her with many jewels

  • and precious things that we have collected over the years.

  • Aladdin went to the King and asked for his daughter’s hand in marriage.

  • The King saw the honesty in Aladdin’s nature and agreed

  • Aladdin married the Princess

  • and showered her with all the riches he had.

  • The news of the happy couple spread across the land

  • till it reached his uncle.

  • So! Aladdin got out and betrayed me.

  • He found a magic lamp and didn’t tell me.

  • I shall kill him with my own hands and get the lamp from him.

  • One day when Aladdin was away at work

  • his uncle went to his home and stole the magic lamp.

  • He then ordered the Genie to transport the whole house

  • into the middle of the desert where no one can find it.

  • What have you done? Where is Aladdin?

  • You will never see him again.

  • Now you are liable to me.

  • You will do as I tell you.

  • Now go and get me some wine and dinner.

  • The Princess did as she was told but as she did so

  • she planned her escape too.

  • She mixed some sleeping powder in his wine and gave it to him.

  • As soon as he had drunk it, he fell into a deep sleep.

  • The Princess quickly reached for the lamp

  • and rubbed it.

  • The Genies appeared.

  • Yes, Mistress. How may I serve you?

  • Save me Genie. Please find Aladdin and get him here.

  • Yes Mistress.

  • The next moment Aladdin was there.

  • He saw his uncle sleeping and the Genie present.

  • He understood what had happened immediately.

  • He waited till his uncle got up

  • and then he killed him.

  • he Then told the Genie to take them back home.

  • The Genie did as told

  • and they continued to live their happy life.

  • HmmmSo he took the hard way. What a good man Aladdin was.

  • Yes, he was.

  • Well, I think I too want to be honest and sincere like him.

  • I am never going a look for short cuts or be lazy again Tia!

  • I promise!

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アラジンと魔法のランプ - 子供のための物語|アラビアの夜 (ALADDIN AND THE MAGIC LAMP - Story For Kids || ARABIAN NIGHTS)

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    犀利強 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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