A golden ewer and a piece of blue-and-white Chinese porcelain are visible in the scene.
‘Ubaid, who was so infatuated with his new wife that he neglected his duties, is embraced by his father, the merchant of Tirmiz, who happily welcomes his repentance. ‘Ubaid has learned a lesson about the importance of familial obedience from a wise, talking parrot and a myna bird.
Repenting his conduct, ‘Ubaid falls at the feet of his parents, from a Tuti-nama (Tales of a Parrot): Forty-second Night
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