The story of laughter – that day was for today – the story of Nasir Uddin Hodge
Nasiruddin Hodja went to the government hammamkhana (bathroom). Poor people are understood in terms of clothes and appearance. The director of the hammam did not know Hodge – so there was no service. But at the end of the bath, Hodge went with a gold coin in the man’s hand as a bounty. The story of laughter – that day was for today – the story of Nasir Uddin Hodge
The guard of the hammam stared in amazement at Hodge’s passage.
A few days later, Hodge returned to the hammam. The director recognized him as soon as he saw him.
But this time Hodge is wearing expensive clothes and a fashionable look on his face. The man ran and stood up. The shouting started.
Some brought perfume, some a lovely basin, some a clean dry towel, some rose petals. The director himself helped Hodge undress.
After taking a bath in Shahanshahi style, Hodja came out, wiped his body with his hands, took care of the hammam, and put on his shoes.
Almost as soon as he left the hammam in the guise of a prince, Mr. Khadem followed him down the street with Sangpang. Hodge then stood up and took out a copper coin in his pocket and handed it to Hammamwala.
The man was very surprised by Hodger’s behavior. No words on his face, but he looked at her with extreme surprise.
Hodge smiled and said: This is for that day and that day was for today, you know …