I will never forget meeting a tiny girl near remote khoja Bahauddin, who unbelievably spoke English.
The khoja entertained him as before, though the soup was not quite so rich.
When you do know,” said the khoja, “I shall take the trouble of addressing you.
The men looked at each other in dismay, for the khoja was a very popular preacher.
O set your mind at rest,” said the khoja; “the cauldron is dead.
After a while the light went out; but the khoja was lazy, and pretended not to observe it, for he did not want to get up.
Saying which, the khoja put the money into his sash and sat down to smoke.
After a while the khoja felt thoroughly chilled, and he went back to bed.
Then said the khoja, "I, who am an old man, could climb that mulberry-tree."
The khoja, obedient man, did his best to follow instructions, and a very dishevelled Seyyid succeeded in escaping into the street.