An Iranian sheikh from the Middle Eastern country arrives as a guest of merchant Maharaj Krishnadeva Raya. The Maharaja greets his guest in a grand manner and arranges his good food and lodging, and also provides many other facilities.
One day, the chef of the chef cooks rasgulla for the merchant. The businessman says that he does not have to eat rasgulla. But if possible, tell them what is the root of Rasgulla. The cook gets into thinking. And when the opportunity comes, Maharaja tells Krishnadeva Raya the merchant's demand. Maharaj calls his clever minister Tenaliram to take root of Rasgulla.
Tenaliram quickly accepts the challenge of finding the root of Rasgulla. He asks for an empty bowl and dhar dar chori and asks Maharaj for a day's time.
The next day, after bringing a bowl full of rasgulla root pieces in a cloth covered with muslin, the Iranian sheikh sitting in the royal court gives it to the merchant and asks him to remove the cloth and see the root of the rasgulla. The Iranian businessman is shocked to see the pieces of sugarcane in the bowl. And all the courtiers and Maharaj Krishnadeva Raya ask Tenaliram, what is this.
Chatur Tenaliram explains that every sweet is made from sugar and the source of sugar is sugarcane. Hence the root of Rasgulla is sugarcane. With this mathematics of Tenaliram, all the courtiers, Iranian businessmen and Maharaj Krishnadeva Raya are elated. And also agree with Tenaliram argument.
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