The beginning of the story of Ala Al-Din starts when Ala Al-Din's "Uncle" arrives and takes Ala Al-Din to start a shop for the wealthy. He takes him to the gardens of the city to have a look at his future customers.
Ala Al-Din is then taken into the desert into a small underground place where he is asked to get a lamp and bring it to his "uncle". But his uncle turns on him and tries to kill him. So he decides to lock himself in the cavern with the magical "jinni lamp". After a while, he manages to escape using the lamp.
Get the lamp and come out!
After a while, Ala Al-Din decides he wants to marry the king's daughter. He decides to use the money he has made from using the lamp and sends gifts to the princess. When the princess decides to marry the wiziers son, Ala Al-Din uses the magic lamp to cause a divorce and then marries the princess.
One day after Ala Al-Din comes back from hunting he finds his palace missing. He is arrested by the king's police force and taken to the king's palace for questioning. He then uses the magic ring that was given to him by his "uncle" and he uses it to get him to his palace.
Where has my palace gone?
When Ala Al-Din returns to his palace he finds his wife in her room. Then he comes up with a plan to get the lamp back and to return the palace to its original location.
My dear wife - you're alive!
When Ala Al-Din and his wife return with the palace, the king holds a huge party to celebrate the survival of his daughter and son-in-law. The palace of 900 windows is returned to its normal place and they all return to their normal lives.
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