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He took the gold to the goldsmith thinking that he will help him get it sold. But when the goldsmith saw the gold, he knew that it belongs to the prince who was killed.
The goldsmith conspired against the Brahman for his own selfish pursuits. Then the Brahman was captured upon the King’s order, accused of the murder of the prince.
Then as promised, the snake came to help Brahman...
I will bite the Queen, and your touch will be the only neutralizer of my poison.
Then the snake bit the Queen and no one was able to neutralize the poison until the Brahman touched her.
He was able to cure the Queen and prove his innocence. The King released him and punished the goldsmith.
The King was grateful to the Brahman. He was rewarded for his merit and was also appointed as a counselor. He reunited with his family and was able enough to provide their needs.
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