Participate in the 3rd Season of STORYMIRROR SCHOOLS WRITING COMPETITION - the BIGGEST Writing Competition in India for School Students & Teachers and win a 2N/3D holiday trip from Club Mahindra
Participate in the 3rd Season of STORYMIRROR SCHOOLS WRITING COMPETITION - the BIGGEST Writing Competition in India for School Students & Teachers and win a 2N/3D holiday trip from Club Mahindra

Reet Khimavat

Children Stories


2.0  

Reet Khimavat

Children Stories


The Dosa King

The Dosa King

2 mins 501 2 mins 501

Once there was a king, named Dosarajan he ruled the kingdom named Dosapur. He had named most of the things in the kingdom starting with dosa as he loved dosas and that was his favorite food.


In his kingdom, he had a rule that everyone living in the kingdom should eat Dosas for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If anyone didn’t eat dosa he was brought to the king's court and given punishment to eat 100 dosas.


One day the soldiers brought a man to the king's court and the soldiers said: “My lord he has eaten a banana in his breakfast.” The king became furious and gave him a punishment to eat 100 dosas.


The Queen didn’t like dosas every day as she was from the land of idli’s and so she had an idli stand but she had to hide it because of the king.


One day the king had a stomachache because of eating dosas. Everyone told him it was because of dosas but he gave punishments to everyone who told that.


Once The little princess saw the idli stand in the kitchen and she took it out and checked it curiously and she thought ‘what in the world is this little rusty thing, what can I do with it? What if I put some dosa batter in this’ and she poured some dosa batter in it and she heard her father coming in the kitchen and so she hid the idli stand with the dosa batter in the cooking pot ant the pot was lit with fire and so the idlis were cooked. When the king came in and found the idli stand he said, “Hey what is this soft little thing and he tasted it” and he was amazed by its taste and the Queen came in too and answered the king “It’s called idli my lord and it is very famous in my kingdom.”


From then the king had made idli and dosa the national food of his kingdom, and everyone was free to eat anything they wanted.


Rate this content
Log in