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18 days agoAuthor: Pt. Vijayshankar Mehta

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  • Vikramaditya’s horse spoiled the crop of a farmer, then the king flogged himself in front of the farmer for this crime

story – King Vikramaditya is very famous for his justice. Vikram Samvat is going on in his name. There is an incident related to Vikramaditya, in which he has described how the judicial system should be.

One day Vikramaditya was going towards the jungle for hunting. The king’s soldiers were left behind and they lost their way. His horse entered a field while finding a way to his kingdom. The crop was spoiled because of the horse. The farmer who owns the farm was watching all this. He shouted loudly that my crop had deteriorated.

The king felt that the farmer had seen, he had lost. They got off the horse and reached the farmer.

The farmer said, ‘Horseman you are very careless, you have committed a crime. You have spoiled my crop. You should be punished for this. I will complain to my king Vikramaditya. They love justice, they will surely punish you. ‘

Vikramaditya understood that this farmer does not know me, but trusts my justice system. I must defend its faith.

At the same time, the king got a whip on his horse and said to the farmer, “Now you kill me five whips.”

The farmer said, ‘This work is not mine.’

After this, Vikramaditya himself hit five whips on his back with his hands and left.

The next day he reached the court of farmer Vikramaditya. He had to complain about the cavalry. He was ashamed as soon as he saw the king, because the horseman was King Vikramaditya. He was also pained by the whip that the king had killed in front of the farmer.

Vikramaditya told the farmer, ‘We are proud of you that there are people like you in our state, who are teaching me that the law-abiding person should first follow the law himself.’

Learning Today there is no system of Raja and Praja, but the big officers and ministers of governance should present themselves by following all the rules, only then the people will also be motivated to follow all the rules.