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In several cultures he is named by the title alone. Juha was originally a separate folk character found in Arabic literature as early as the 9th century, and was widely popular by the 11th century. In the Swahili and Indonesian culture, many of his stories are being told under the name of "Abunuwasi" or "Abunawas", though this confuses Nasreddin with an entirely different man — the poet Abu Nuwas , known for homoerotic verse.
The Uyghurs believe that he was from Xinjiang , while the Uzbeks believe he was from Bukhara. The musical Nasirdin Apandim features the legend of Nasreddin effendi "sir, lord" , largely sourced from Uighur folklore. In Central Asia, he is commonly known as "Afandi". The Central Asian peoples also claim his local origin, as do Uyghurs. Tales[ edit ] The Nasreddin stories are known throughout the Middle East and have touched cultures around the world. Superficially, most of the Nasreddin stories may be told as jokes or humorous anecdotes.
They are told and retold endlessly in the teahouses and caravanserais of Asia and can be heard in homes and on the radio. But it is inherent in a Nasreddin story that it may be understood at many levels.
There is the joke, followed by a moral and usually the little extra which brings the consciousness of the potential mystic a little further on the way to realization. When he got on the pulpit, he asked, Do you know what I am going to say? The people felt embarrassed and called him back again the next day.
This time, when he asked the same question, the people replied yes. Now the people were really perplexed. They decided to try one more time and once again invited the Mulla to speak the following week. Once again he asked the same question — Do you know what I am going to say?
Now the people were prepared and so half of them answered "yes" while the other half replied "no". The Mulla went to meet him outside. I have some goods to transport to the next town. They gathered around him and asked him to give them a taste. Nasreddin picked up a bunch of grapes and gave each child a grape. They all taste the same," Nasreddin answered, and continued on his way. He searched for it for a while, but since he could not find it, he went out into the yard and began to look there.
I came out to the courtyard to look for my ring because there is much more light out here.
600 MULLA NASREDDIN TALES PDF
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