Ramadan is a special time of year in the Islamic calendar. What happens to the prince in this story? Watch and find out!

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This is a traditional story about Ramadan lanterns. Do you know any traditional stories from your country? Tell us about it!

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 it  is  a  good story

i like it.

its really so nice and lovely story. i love it very much.

My name is Ari i love the story i am so totally a muslim

I am Kingshuk.I like this story.

it was just a ok story... but not that exicting that we would like to read it again it was for kids. i mean little kids. not for 11 years.

the queen and king is not nice.....

I don like the story:(

I LIKE THIS STORY

Hello!For me the story was nice but not very exiting.I doesn´t like the part that the prince escape.

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