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Tenali Raman and his wife were on their way to Hampi, the capital of Vijayanagara. On the way, they passed through a village at the foot of a hill.
Tenali Raman came to Hampi, the capital of the Vijayanagara empire. At that time, Vijayanagara was ruled by Krishna Deva Raya.
Tenali Raman was suffering from a bad cold. He kept blowing and wiping his nose. The nose turned red and his eyes swelled with tears. His wife brought him a vessel filled with hot water.
Krishnadeva Raya, the king of Vijayanagara, had ordered Tenali Raman to not show his face. Raman was waiting for an opportunity to win over the king.
The kotwal (chief of police) of Vijayanagara was a worried man. A gang of thieves had entered the city, and a string of robberies had already taken place.
Tenali Raman went to Krishna Deva Raya, the king of Vijayanagar, hoping to receive some gifts. The gift he got was a hundred lashes for
Raman, who was to be executed by the guards, had outwitted them and managed to survive. The guards took him back to the king for further instructions.
The intelligence of animals was being discussed in the court of king Krishnadevaraya. “Cats are most intelligent,” said one minister. Others in the court agreed with the minister.
A great pundit came to Vijayanagara. He had mastered all the scriptures and had won the admiration of learned men all over India.