We, as Indians, just have not realized the wisdom of our traditional stories – they were used by teachers to transform boys into men. Today, we typically refer to these tales, rather patronizingly, as children's tales, and never look beyond its entertainment value. This is what exactly happens with the tales of Vikramaditya-Betal. For us the tales of Vikramaditya-Betal simply are twenty-five stories in which the King Vikramaditya tries to capture and hold on to a vampire (Betal) that tells a puzzling tale and ends it with a question for the king. But on second thought, we realise that the structure of the tales clearly follows the case study method of teaching management. Management students who try to solve the company's problem are doing exactly what the Betal is asking Vikramaditya to do – solve the puzzle, answer the riddle, prove that he is worthy of being a king. Make Wise Decisions – King Vikramaditya Way is an effort in the direction which will reveal the immense wisdom one can garner through these stories and transform into leaders as good as King Vikramaditya, if not better.