Akbar and Birbal Stories

Akbar and Birbal Stories :

This page is a collection of stories of the Mughal King Akbar and one of his famous courtiers Birbal who was very witty and had great presence of mind. He was so quick and prompt in his reply to any question of the king that the king was always left speechless. With the time, Birbal became his most trusted courtier and advisor. Other courtiers became jealous of him. Thus stories in this page are very interesting. Besides, these stories also talk about the lives of those people lived during the period of Akbar and Birbal. These stories have been written in simple and easy language which every one can understand. The stories of Akbar Birbal have become a part of our folklore.

What is most interesting about these stories is that the stories are not only liked by children but also by people of other age group. Moreover, with the time, these stories have become more popular. We have added many stories of this genre which have a special place among the moral stories. People from all walks of life are getting attracted towards these stories. It would really be enjoyable to know what made these stories so popular and enduring.

The main attraction of these stories is the wit and sheer presence of mind of Birbal who became cynosure of all eyes for his qualities. He won the trust of Emperor Akbar and became his most trusted advisor and friend. All these earned him the jealousy of other courtiers who were engaged in back biting against him. The stories also reflect the sparkling honesty and wisdom in Birbal’s reply. The stories of Akbar and Birbal have been translated into many other languages.

These stories also have some historical values as they reflect upon the lives of Akbar’s kingdom. In the years to come, they are likely to become more popular. We keep on collecting more stories of Akbar and Birbal and we will add those stories over the period to come. Even if the readers have any such story, you are requested to let us have the story.

We will add that story here and you will be duly acknowledged. There are many other stories from other genres in other pages of this website. But, every story conveys either wisdom and witty remarks which keep us interested in stories. We expect that readers would like and appreciate our efforts.

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  2. Akbar in disguise
  3. Akbari Mahabharata
  4. Birbal and The Hairless Palms
  5. Birbal in Burma
  6. Birbal The Detective
  7. Blinds Who Can See
  8. Child Play
  9. Company Matters
  10. Curry of Birbal
  11. Daughter of Birbal
  12. Eight Feet Away
  13. Emperor Forever
  14. Fields of Pearls
  15. Fine Weather
  16. Fool and Learned
  17. Fortune of A Widow
  18. Justice of God - 1
  19. Justice of God - 2
  20. Most Loved Possession
  21. Obedient Birbal
  22. Pagri of Mulla
  23. Right Eye of Abdul Karim
  24. Secret of Birbal
  25. Stay within Your Limits
  26. Swept Away
  27. The Angry Brahmin
  28. The Art of Fortune-Telling
  29. The Best Weapon
  30. The Corrupt Officer
  31. The Ever Moving Thing
  32. The Exact Image
  33. The Five Queries
  34. The Half-Brother of Akbar
  35. The King of Iran
  36. The Lime-eating Servant
  37. The Monument of Yakin Shah
  38. The Most Beautiful
  39. The Most Learned Person
  40. The NO Day
  41. The Obedient Husband
  42. The Royal Hunt
  43. The Royal Insignia
  44. The Royal Touch
  45. The Stolen Bottle
  46. The Sweet Truth
  47. The Tale of The Dead Parrot
  48. The Tough Question
  49. The Trick of the Stick
  50. The Washerman and The Potter
  51. The Woman Cheat
  52. Two Grateful Beings
  53. Victory of The Queen
  54. What I Desire
  55. Whitest and Brightest
  56. Who is the greatest?
  57. Why God helps us Himself?

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