The Arabian Nights stories are some of the World’s great treasures in story telling. The Arabian Nights, also known as The 1001 Nights, are told with a great sense of adventure, truth, fantasy, imagination, justice, and faith, embodied by the great civilizations that contributed to making these stories what they are today. The Arbian Nights include fairy tales, fables, romances, farces, legends, and parables. The tales use a sweeping variety of settings, including Bahdad, Basra, Cairo, Damascus, as well as China, Greece, India, North Africa and Turkey.
1. SULTAN SCHARIAR
This story narrates the origin of the Arabian Nights.
Princess Scheherazade with their amazing intelligence proves to the world that anything is possible with persistence, intelligence and will power.
2. THE STORY OF THE MERCHANT AND THE GENIE
This Magical story narrates the tale of a faithful merchant, a powerful genie and the merchant’s friends, as they come to help him with their thrilling stories.
3. THE STORY OF THE SECOND YOUNG MAN AND THE TWO BLACK DOGS
A treasure trove of tales. This one tells of how the friends of the merchant save him by convincing the Genie with their tact.
4. THE STORY OF THE FISHERMAN
This story tells of a poor angler who escapes from a monster with his sheer intelligence.
5. THE STORY OF THE GREEK KING AND THE PHYSICAN DOUBAN
This story has a wonderful moral; it says one who doubts a person who is loyal to him, will certainly not flourish in life.
6. THE STORY OF THE HUSBAND AND THE PARROT
This story narrates that blind beliefs will only lead us to destruction.
7. THE STORY OF THE YOUNG KING OF THE BLACK ISLES
Filled with thrill and fantasy; this story embodies the moral truth alone triumphs.