Tenali Raman is worried about his plants. Well, who wouldn’t, when the summer gets unbearably hot? But while Raman is making plans for the garden, a group of thieves are making their plans on Raman’s house!
Tenali Raman’s brother-in-law has come to visit, and he can’t get enough of the luscious fruits served to him with every meal. When the fruits get over and Raman is unable to bring more, the greedy brother-in-law takes things into his own hands. How does Tenali Raman extricate himself from this mess?
The king is upset with Tenani Raman, and has barred the guards from allowing him into the palace. But no mountain’s too high for Raman, and he shows us how.
The city is infested with rats, and the threat of terrible diseases looms about. The king has an idea for every household, and when the rats have disappeared, his majesty decides to see how his idea has fared. Unfortunately, the king’s idea has not fared very well at Tenali Raman’s household? How come?
Raman has a visitor. The man says that he is a relative from Tenali and Raman assumes this is a cousin, last met when young. But the visitor is a spy, who has made plans to kill the king, and Raman is absolutely unaware.