​​why did the tiger king decided to marry?how do you conclude his attitude towards marriage

Dear student,

The King of Pratibandapuram decided to marry because his province had ran out of tigers and he needed to kill thirty tigers more, in order to prove the astrologers wrong and defeat death. The king did not seem to have paid much attention to his wife, his marriage had been an alliance formed to fulfil his objective of killing a hundred tigers and that is what he devoted his attention to. He married, not out of love, but to have more tigers to kill by forming an alliance with a neighbouring kingdom which had a considerable tiger population. For the tiger king, marriage did not have further connotations beyond being a means to an end. He wanted to marry into a state which had the highest statistical figures for the tiger population. His intention was to find a girl from a royal family of a state with a large tiger population. Therefore, marriage for him was a sort of social contract and economic transaction.

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In 10 yrs he killed 70 tigers. Now the tigers in his kingdom were extinct. Since he had 30 more tigers to kill, his only option was to marry a princess from the kingdom with a large number of tigers so that he could kill them and fulfill his oath.
All he wanted was to kill tigers. He didn't bother to which princess he got married.
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When he was not able to complete his target of killing 100 tigers he marry a princess from the kingdom with a large number of tigers so that he could kill them and complete his target.
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