" destiny has its own ways ". Does this proverb suitably apply in the case of yhe tiger king ? Explain.

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The king had successfully killed 99 tigers and believed that he had also shot the 100th one. However, that was not the case, the last tiger had fainted due to the bullet's sound and later it was killed by the Dewan because he feared being fired. On the birthday of the crown prince, the king bought a tiny little wooden tiger for his son. It had been carved by an unskilled carpenter. Its surface was rough, tiny slivers of wood stood up like quills all over it. One of those slivers pierced the Maharaja's right hand. He pulled it out with his left hand and continued to play with the prince. Next day, the infection flared in the Maharaja's right hand and in four days he developed a suppurating sore which spread all over the arm. Three famous surgeons were brought in from Madras. They decide to operate after a consultation. The three surgeons who performed the operation came out of the theatre and announced that the operation had been successful but the Maharaja was dead. It was the manner in which the hundredth tiger took its final revenge upon the Tiger King. Thus, it can be said that destiny has its own ways.


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