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King Shahzaman who loved nothing more than stay at home was on the road, for a day, traveling with a large retinue and baggage. He adored his elder brother while young and now his heart was in a whirl and was not sure how long absence would cause when they met. He was struck and realized he had left behind a gift a family heirloom that would bowl over his elder brother.
He stopped and cried ‘Halt!’
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He ordered his party to camp there while he rode back to fetch the item. Being a good rider he was sure to get back soon without disrupting their travel plan. He rode off.

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As soon as the escort party of King Shahryar was refreshed and ready to return King Shahzaman ordered his own party to pack necessary baggage for his convenience, presents for his brother, and the order of the long journey. Thereafter he went to his queen to take leave. The Queen shed tears and so did he. With a heavy heart he set out accompanied by the escort party sent from King Shahryar.

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The royal messenger with an escort party set out that night; furiously they rode hard and they passed hostile and peaceable terrain and the royal insignia let them pass through unmolested. At last they reached the city gates of Samarkhand by dawn.

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King Shahryar dictated the letter to his Vazir who set a messenger to leave for Samarkhand the same night. The old Vazir knew the king’s order brooked no delay.

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