By Leelawati Bhagwat
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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. "Where did you find a dead rat 1" he asked with So Mohan paid no heed to the thugs. Soon his caravan entered the sandy desert .
Ho w can we repay you? We have no money. " "I do not want any money," Hari replied. " Hari continued, " I have good' news for you. A 45 horse-trader is to visit our city soon. He will buy all your grass. " As soon as they left for the bazar, the horse-trader arrived with five hundred horses. The district through which he had travelled was dry and barren, and he had been unable to obtain any grass for his horses. He immediately bought the five hundred sheaves from Hari for 500 silver coins. Hari continued giving water to the thirsty people who passed by.
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. The captain agreed.
A Trip to Heaven and Other Stories by Leelawati Bhagwat