Long ago, there was a village in Afghanistan. The village was small and poor, but they survived.
The Rain God, Sahab, was very greedy and kept all the water to himself.
The villagers had to sacrifice what little water they did get to him. The deliverer of the water was named Sharika.
Sharika did not want the villagers to be thirsty, so she asked Zaeim, the village elder, for guidance. Together, they formed a plan.
Sharika and her joyful dog Raqiq set off to deliver the water to Sahab.
Sharika delivered the water like normal, but set it down just out of his reach, so he tipped it over and spilled out of the God realm and raining down on the village. The villagers would finally have the water they needed.