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Sahasramalla steals from everyone. But when he tricks the King himself, Sahasramalla realizes that there is no longer anyone left to rob and wonders what to do next. Nearby, a monk named Vasudda is speaking. Vasudda's words make Sahasramalla realize how many people he has cheated and betrayed. Taken from the Vardhamana-desana, a Jain classic, the story of Sahasramalla is told with compassion. Even a thief is given the option to repent and make up for his crimes.
|Media||Books Paperback Book (Book with soft cover and glued back)|
|Released||October 29, 2008|
|Publishers||Amar Chitra Katha Pvt|
|Dimensions||169 × 244 × 2 mm · 90 g|