Aladdin and the wonderful lamp. Traditional stories
Aladdin tells the story of a poor petty thief who falls in love with the most beautiful princess in the area. This classic story is taken from the work 'The Thousand and One Nights' , a compilation of traditional tales from the Middle East. This story was collected by Disney to make your own version
Aladdin tells the story of a poor petty thief who falls in love with the most beautiful princess in the area. This classic story is taken from the work 'The Thousand and One Nights', a compilation of traditional tales from the Middle East.
This story was collected by Disney to make your own version of Aladdin, which we show you in Guiainfantil so you can read it with your children and discover that with effort and hope you can achieve everything in life.
Aladdin and the wonderful lamp
Aladdin is a very humble young man who, together with his inseparable monkey Abu, is dedicated to stealing or deceiving the people of Agrabah in order to survive, dreaming of being someday someone important.
One day, Aladdin meets Jasmin, the precious daughter of the Sultan, and falls madly in love with her. The problem is that the laws force Jasmine to marry a prince before his next birthday.
Unexpectedly, Aladdin's fate changes when a sorcerer named Jafar proposes to get all the riches he can imagine in exchange for him getting him an old lamp from the depths of the Cave of Wonders, where a funny genius resides .
When Aladdin gives the lamp to Jafar he betrays him and makes him stay trapped in the cave, but Abu takes the lamp from Jafar and they get the genie out, which helps them escape from the dangerous cave. The genie tells him that he can ask 3 wishes for having rubbed the lamp and Aladdin uses his first wish to become a prince and marry Jasmine.
Aladdin arrives at the Sultan's palace with a great parade and asks for the hand of Princess Jasmín. The Sultan gladly accepts, but this makes Jafar angry, since he wanted to marry the princess in order to become a powerful Sultan.
Then Jafar manages to take the lamp from Aladdin and uses his first wish to become a Sultan, but since he can not obey him, he asks the genie for a second wish: to become the most powerful sorcerer in the world, thus enabling the Sultan to obey him and accept the marriage between Jafar and Jasmin.
Aladdin does not lose hope and fights with Jafar to recover the love of the princess. But Jafar still has one last wish and asks the genius to make him the most powerful genius to defeat Aladdin. What he did not know is that when he becomes a genius he must be locked in a lamp.
In this way, Aladdin takes the lamp with Jafar inside and throws it far away so no one will ever find it. And that's how Aladdin and Jasmine manage to get married and be very happy for the rest of their lives.