Describe the Maharaja's encounter with the hundredth tiger?

Dear student,

The Maharaja wanted to be extremely careful while dealing with the hundredth tiger which was supposed to be the reason for his death. On encountering the hundredth one, he took a careful aim at the tiger and shot it. When it fell in a crumpled heap, he was overcome with joy and left the place hastily.
Although the king believed that the hundredth tiger was killed by him, the truth was far from it. The king as well as the story had an ironical end when the king gets killed not by a real tiger, but by infection induced from the slivers in a wooden tiger toy.


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