But before the animals left, they gave the Brahman a warning...
Beware of the man down there. Do not save him. He is a man of sin.
But the Brahman thought that the man is also a man like him. And out of pity and compassion, he still helped and pulled him out.
I am a goldsmith from Baroch. If you have any gold to be put into shape, bring it to me.
Then the Brahman intended to go home as he found nothing useful. But he remembered the invitation of the animals. He received fruits from the monkey and a gold necklace from the tiger.
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 and conspired against the Brahman. The Brahman was captured upon the King’s order.