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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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Following the death of one of Akbar’s brave soldiers, the soldier’s old wife faced plenty of difficulties and poverty in her life. When Birbal learned about her situation, he summoned her to the court with the soldier’s sword. The next day, the old lady visited Akbar and asked him to keep her...
Published 06/15/21
Many years ago, there was a businessman in Delhi. Two thieves disguised as business people once came to meet him. They pretended to be from China and requested the innocent man to sell a few jewels for them. As an honest man, he requested the thieves in disguise to hand it to him and that he...
Published 05/17/21
Once upon a time, there lived a businessman who was fascinated by jewelry and liked wearing them. He used to wear a diamond necklace. One day he kept his necklace on the table and went for a shower. When he came back, his diamond necklace was nowhere to be found. He gathered all his servants and...
Published 04/13/21
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