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Prince Sher Singh and his Three Friends

Listen to part I of Prince Sher Singh and his Three Friends by clicking below

In Part I of the Four Part series: Prince Sher Singh and His Three Friends- listen to the tales of adventure, bravery, and intelligence in this first part, as Sher Singh sets off on a journey with his friends Bahravsingh, Ramsingh and Sajjan.

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In Part II, Sher Singh continues on his journey, having ensured that his three companions: Bhairavsingh, Ramsingh and Sajjan have each been rewarded with a Kingdom, and married off. What new lands will Sher Singh Travel? Has he parted ways with his friends forever? Listen to this story to learn more.

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Listen to third part in the series to learn how the young Prince Sher Singh is trapped and his friends Bahravsingh, Ramsingh and Sajjan come to his aid.

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In this Fourth and concluding part of this story, we learn how Sher Singh and his three friends- Ram Singh, Bhairav Singh and Sajjan face the magician Poorak. Will they be able to defeat the evil magician and rescue Princess Swati?

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This traditional story from India was originally translated by Flora Annie Steel, titled Prince Lion Heart and His Friendsand published in the late nineteenth century. This translated work has been edited for brevity, context and language by Amar Vyas on behalf of gaatha story. Some sections of this story have been re-written to give the story a new Avatar.
Story Narrated by Sheerali Biju, Audio Edited by Krishnadas.

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