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Tantric rituals for the sacrifice of a healthy Brahmin son with a tantric thirty-two symptom. So that his demonic powers increase further. That is why he falls behind him to kill a Brahmin son. But the Brahmin son runs away in the forest and there he finds a phantom, who gives Brahmins to give strength to avoid that Tantric and there is a ghost saying hanging upside down on the tree. And he also says that till he remains on that tree, the Tantric will not be able to kill him. The same Brahmin son is "Better".

The hypocrite tantrik creates a mockery of a monk Yogi. And the king sets a trap to get his work after listening to Vikram's valor and bravery. And the king sends a delicious fruitful gift every day during Vikrama visit. In which there is a precious gem Ruby. King Vikram explores this distinction and searches for that monk. Eventually, King Vikram finds him.

Since that creepy monk does not have the power to bring the baral in itself, so he makes a mockery and asks King Vikram to bring the festoon hanging on that tree. Raja Vikrama goes out of his work unaware of the actual intent of that tantrik.

King Vikram used to take the baral out of the tree every time and take it to the monk. Because of the length of the road, every time the narrative starts to tell the story and it is a condition that after listening to the story, if the king did not give a meaningful answer to his question, then he would kill King Vikram. And if Raja Vikram opens his mouth to answer, then he will go back to his tree and then hang upside down.

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