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Chimes Radio
Akbar Birbal Stories- Hindi Moral Tales
Jalal-ud-din-Mohammad Akbar, also known as Akbar, was one of the most famous Mughal kings and he reigned India during the 16th century. Akbar, unlike other Mughal emperors, was keen to have talented people in his court irrespective of their religion. He had nine gems in his court and amongst them, Birbal was widely considered the most intelligent. A Brahmin by birth, Birbal’s original name was Mahesh Das and he met Akbar first time when he helped Akbar and his courtiers find the way back to their kingdom after having lost their way while on a hunting trip. Akbar and Birbal’s friendship...
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4.1 stars from 93 ratings
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I love Birbal stories thanks
bhuwan gupt via Apple Podcasts · India · 02/20/22
Cool book 📖 can you enable more stories Because I love 💝 please
Mare Anika via Apple Podcasts · India · 10/18/21
I love it
Akbar and Birbal stories are good I like them as they are funny as well as interesting I’m happy to see the chimes radio original podcast has made this channel for kids and adults as well I love it thank you thank you Chimes radio podcast
bought1234 via Apple Podcasts · India · 09/13/21
Recent Episodes
Once an old man has to go out of town, so he left his wealth with a young boy who was his neighbor. But on his return, the young boy denied taking any money from the old man. So the case went to emperor Akbar's court and hence had to be resolved by Birbal.  If you like the show, support us by...
Published 06/10/22
Once Akbar asked Birbal to handle a very delicate matter when someone stole the money of a poor little child. Birbal decided that the thief was a piece of rock and ordered to get it punished. But that didn't make sense to anyone in the kingdom. Had Birbal really lost his mind? If you like the...
Published 03/22/22
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