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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 ...
 
Akbar’s Chamber offers a non-political, non-sectarian and non-partisan space for exploring the past and present of Islam. It has no political or theological bias other than a commitment to the Socratic method (which is to say that questions lead us to understanding) and the empirical record (which is to say the evidence of the world around us). By these methods, Akbar’s Chamber is devoted to enriching public awareness of Islam and Muslims both past and present. The podcast aims to improve un ...
 
बादशाह अकबर एक महान मुगल सम्राट है जो एक बार शिकार खेलते हुए जंगल में भटक गए थे। तब महेशदास नामक व्यक्ति ने उन्हें रास्ता दिखाया। बादशाह उससे बहुत प्रभावित हुए और उसे अपने महल में बुलाकर अपने नवरत्नों में शामिल कर लिया। अकबर ने महेश दास को राजा बीरबल नाम दिया। अकबर बीरबल के किस्से बहुत मशहूर हुए क्योंकि बड़ी बड़ी परेशानियाँ अपनी बुद्धि के बल पर बीरबल छोटी छोटी तरकीबों से मजेदार ढंग से सुलझा देते थे। ये किस्से कहानियाँ अकबर बीरबल, राज परिवार और दरबारियों के इर्द-गिर्द घूमती रहती है। बीरबल हमेशा ...
 
Kulbeli Podcast in Hindi on Indian History and Kids stories like Panchtantra, Akbar Birbal etc, Hindi kahaniya, fairy tale, Kids moral stories, short stories in Hindi
 
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One day two businessmen named Sevamal and Mandbudh came to Akbar's court seeking for a resolution to their dispute. Sevamal complained that last month, he had lent Mandbudh some money but now Mandbudh is refusing to pay him back. He complained that, in fact, Mandbudh is disagreeing with the fact of ever taking money from him. Akbar asked Mandbudh h…
 
The Uyghurs of the Xinjiang region of China have been the focus of much media attention in the past few years. In this episode, we journey beyond the headlines to explore the religious and cultural history of the Turkic Muslim people who in the modern era came to be called Uyghurs. We’ll pay special attention to their relationship with their homela…
 
Birbal is one of the closest mates of Akbar but there was a time when Akbar was so angry with Birbal that he ordered Birbal to leave his kingdom forever. Birbal without any complaint left and stayed in a far-off village for months. Akbar was very sad without Birbal being around him so he decided to look for him. He sent his men all over the kingdom…
 
One evening, when Akbar and Birbal were sitting together in the garden, Akbar requested Birbal to get him ox milk as it is required to prepare some medicine. Birbal understood that Akbar is trying to fool him but Birbal being Birbal assured Akbar that he would get it for him. On returning home, Birbal was trying to figure out the solution but could…
 
While the Quran was revealed in Arabic, for more than a thousand years Muslims have explored its meanings and implications in many other languages. In the medieval period, this process of ‘vernacularization’ accelerated as wandering holy men — known as dervishes and abdals — preached profound mystical doctrines in languages understood by ordinary p…
 
Akbar once was having a conversation with his barber Karim. Karim asked Akbar a question as if he has heard any news of his ancestors from heaver ever. Akbar was confused as to how something like that could be possible and Karim told him that Brahmins like Birbal have special powers to go to heaven and return back. Akbar then went to enquire from B…
 
In 1898, an obscure Syrian scholar called Rashid Rida founded a magazine in Cairo called al-Manar (‘The Lighthouse’). Over the next forty years, it reached readers as far apart as India and Argentina, Africa and Indonesia, spreading worldwide the new form of Islam called Salafism. Despite never holding any formal religious office, by seizing the op…
 
One day a minister in Akbar's court brought up quite a weird topic. He came across a person in the market who used to work as a servant in a rich person's house but was asked to leave by his master because he considered his servant to be a fool. The servant polity left, but before leaving, he mentioned to his master that the master doesn’t know how…
 
One day Birbal suggested to Emperor Akbar that if he ever makes a mistake, then Akbar should let Birbal choose the jury to decide the quantum of his punishment. One fateful day when Birbal did something wrong and was to be punished, Akbar let him choose his jury as promised. Birbal called for 5 cobblers to decide his punishment. They were very plea…
 
King Akbar was a very popular and well-known king. It was because of him that all the other kings lived in peace together. One day a king of a different place, King Faizal, decided to meet the witty Birbal and see his intelligence in person. The king took a disguise of a farmer and left for Delhi to meet Birbal. On his way, he saw a old lame man as…
 
Once, Akbar declared that whoever will be able to read the other person's mind and voice his thoughts properly will be awarded five thousand gold coins. Astrologers and noblemen from all across the country came to undertake the test but the ministers of Akbar's court would deny the reward for everyone. They will change their mind at the last minute…
 
One day a priest came in the court of Akbar with his wrist full of golden bangles and threw a challenge to Akbar. He suggested he will question the nobleman of Akbar’s court and if he loses, all the bangles that he has collected from great men all across the world will be Akbar’s but if he wins, Akbar will have to offer him another golden bangle. B…
 
It is known by all how much Akbar was fond of Birbal and considered him to be one of his dear friends. But one day Akbar got frustrated with him and Birbal, unable to understand Akbar’s mood, kept on cracking jokes on him. Suddenly Akbar burst out in anger asked Birbal to leave his palace and never return back. Birbal left in peace thinking that on…
 
Once on a cold winter day, Akbar and Birbal were walking by the lake. Out of curiosity, Akbar stopped and put his finger into the freezing water and immediately took it out saying, “I don’t think anyone can sustain a night in this cold water”. Birbal took that as a challenge and said that he would find someone who can do it. Akbar promised a sum of…
 
Akbar’s Chamber offers a non-political, non-sectarian and non-partisan space for exploring the past and present of Islam. It has no political or theological bias other than a commitment to the Socratic method (which is to say that questions lead us to understanding) and the empirical record (which is to say the evidence of the world around us). By …
 
Almost everyone nowadays has heard of the Quran. But what about the Hadith? Far larger than the Quran itself, the Hadith comprise several hundred thousand reports about what the Prophet Muhammad said and did. For almost fourteen centuries, learned Muslim have drawn on these reports for myriad purposes, whether moral or mystical, political or legal.…
 
From its humble origins as a small-town madrasa founded in colonial India in 1866, the Deoband movement has become one of the most influential molders of contemporary Islam. By tracing its trajectory of expansion, and unpacking its doctrines, this podcast follows Deobandism from provincial India to the world, before turning to its complex relations…
 
Among the many varieties of Islam, and the numerous Muslim minorities, few are less known but more fascinating than the Bohras. A minority within a minority, this million-strong community of Ismaili Shi‘is emerged in Egypt before their leaders fled to Yemen then finally found refuge in India. In this podcast, we’ll follow the Bohras from medieval C…
 
Founded in Egypt in 1928, the Muslim Brotherhood became the key promoter of the political visions of Islam that spread more widely as the century progressed. By following the biography of its founder, Hasan al-Banna, this episode examines the circumstances, debates and idiosyncrasies that gave shape to the world’s most influential Islamist movement…
 
How did Muslims encounter and interpret other cultures before the modern era of globalization? To answer this question, we turn to the testimony of one of the great genres of Muslim literature: the travelogue. In this podcast, we’ll rove around the Bay of Bengal, where the Persian lingua franca promoted by the Mughal then British empires became the…
 
In the decades either side of 1900, a series of influential Muslim thinkers tried to reconcile Islam with the modern world. As their ideas gained prominence in late colonial India, the doctrines of Islamic modernism formed an informal religious charter for the founding of Pakistan in 1947. But over the subsequent seventy years, Pakistan’s ruling el…
 
For almost a thousand years, cultured Muslims from many regions of the world turned for inspiration and solace to the Persian mystical poetry of the Sufis. Originating in medieval Iran and Afghanistan, these poems spread as far as the Balkans, Bengal and beyond, shaping the religious and cultural life of South and Central Asia no less than the Midd…
 
Over its long history, Islam has taken on many distinctive regional forms. With its many languages and countless cultural influences, South Asia – comprising India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka – has produced a particularly rich variety of these localized versions of Islam. Taking the example of the Tamil-speaking Muslims of southern India an…
 
Situated in northern Afghanistan, the ancient city of Balkh was one of the great cultural crossroads of world history. Following its transformation from a sacred Buddhist center into one of the holy cities of Islam, this podcast delves into the little-known interactions of Muslim, Buddhist and Jewish peoples along the pilgrimage and trade routes of…
 
In terms of geographical breadth no less than population numbers, the British Empire was the largest ‘empire of Muslims’ in history, reaching from West to East Africa via Egypt and Palestine through India (and what is now Pakistan) to the Maldives and Malaysia. Right in the middle – in easy reach of the colonial transport hubs of Aden and Suez – la…
 
When Middle Eastern students were sent to study medicine in Europe, one of the unexpected outcomes was the introduction to Iran of the fashionable occult movements that flourished in the West amid the decline of traditional Christianity. Using the scientific language of laboratory-like seances, Iran’s occult impresarios presented their methods as a…
 
The late nineteenth century saw the onset of a great religious transformation that might well be called the Muslim reformation. Among Sunnis at least, arguably the most influential figure was the Egyptian thinker Muhammad Abduh. In this podcast, we’ll follow Abduh from his rural upbringing through his youthful years of political activism and debate…
 
Over the past millennium, pilgrimages to the shrines of Sufi saints have played an important part in religious and cultural life for most regions of the Muslim world. But in modern times, these shrines have become the focus of intense criticism by Muslim reformists, who see them as sites of superstitious deviation from true religion. In this podcas…
 
Once lived a religious man who had the learned the art of training parrots. He would catch parrots with his charm, teach them manners, and then sell them to noblemen at a high price. So one day the man came to the court of Akbar and offered him a parrot. Akbar ordered a servant to look after the parrot very carefully and never give him news of any …
 
Once an attendant in Akbar’s court broke one of Akbar’s favorite flower vase and when he was questioned, the servant lied thinking that Akbar will punish him since it was his favorite vase. But the truth was found out and the servant was expelled from Akbar’s court because of the lie. Birbal, on the other hand, tried to explain the general human te…
 
Once Birbal was late to the court of Emperor Akbar. When he was asked for the reason, Birbal explained how he was stuck with his crying kids which caused him the delay in getting to the court. Akbar thought Birbal was lying and thus he was not impressed with the answer. To convice Akbar, Birbal decided to pretend like a kid and show Akbar the chall…
 
8. गोनू झा की कहानी- गोनू झा की कुश्ती |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | मजेदार कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahaniโดย Kulbeli
 
7. गोनू झा की कहानी- गोनू झा और चोरों की मजदूरी |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | मजेदार कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahaniโดย Kulbeli
 
6. गोनू झा की कहानी- अरे कौन गोनू झा |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | मजेदार कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahaniगोनू झा के किस्से Gonu Jha Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality.The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Moral Stories for kids, Animal Stories for Kids, Jungle Stories for kids, Panchatantra …
 
Akbar was quite disturbed and tensed about his son’s bad habit of sucking his own thumb. He tried a lot to cure this habit, but nothing worked. So he summoned a saint in his courtroom for help. After listening to the problem, the saint told that he would come after a few days with a solution and left. This behavior of the saint made Akbar angry but…
 
5. गोनू झा की कहानी- गोनू झा के घर आया चोर |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | मजेदार कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahaniगोनू झा के किस्से Gonu Jha Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality.The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Moral Stories for kids, Animal Stories for Kids, Jungle Stories for kids, Panchat…
 
4. Hindi short motivational story | प्रेरक प्रसंग | संघर्ष | Struggle | Prerak Prasang| Inspirational Hindi story |Management tips | INSPIRATIONAL STORY IN HINDI | HINDI MORAL STORIES HINDI MORAL STORIES HINDI MOTIVATIONAL STORIES HINDI STORIES INSPIRATIONAL STORY IN HINDIโดย Kulbeli
 
4. गोनू झा की कहानी- गोनू झा की बिल्ली |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | मजेदार कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahaniगोनू झा के किस्से Gonu Jha Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality.The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Moral Stories for kids, Animal Stories for Kids, Jungle Stories for kids, Panchatantr…
 
3. गोनू झा की कहानी- गोनू झा का बदला |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | मजेदार कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahaniโดย Kulbeli
 
3. Hindi short motivational story | प्रेरक प्रसंग | अहंकार | Ego can lead to failure| Prerak Prasang| inspirational Hindi story |Management tips | Lord Shiv and Ravan StoryLord Shiv and Ravan Story Ego can lead to failure even when there is merit | योग्यता होने पर भी असफलता का कारण बन सकता है अहंकारShiv, Ravan, Story, Ego ,Lord Shiv and Ravan Story…
 
2. गोनू झा की कहानी- गोनू झा के तीन प्रश्न |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | Kahaniyaगोनू झा के किस्से Gonu Jha Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality.The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Moral Stories for kids, Animal Stories for Kid…
 
2. Hindi short motivational story | प्रेरक प्रसंग | संघर्ष के दिनों में निराशा से बचें और धैर्य बनाए रखें | Story about success and happiness| Prerak Prasang| inspirational story Hindi बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories| Kahaniya |inspirational storyโดย Kulbeli
 
1. गोनू झा की कहानी- किस्सा खरबूजे का |Gonu Jha ki Kahaniya | बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | Kahaniyaगोनू झा के किस्से Gonu Jha Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality. The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Moral Stories for kids, Animal Stories for Kids, J…
 
1. Hindi short motivational story | प्रेरक प्रसंग | लहरों की चुनौती | | बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | Kahaniyaโดย Kulbeli
 
50. पंचतंत्र की कहानी- भिखारी और राजा (Panchtantra Story- Bhikhari aur Raja) Moral Story in Hindi | Panchatantra ki Kahaniya | बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | KahaniyaPanchatantra Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality. The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids,…
 
48. पंचतंत्र की कहानी- जादुई मटका (Panchtantra Story- Magical Matka) Moral Story in Hindi | Panchatantra ki Kahaniya | बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | KahaniyaPanchatantra Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality. The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Moral S…
 
48. पंचतंत्र की कहानी- जादुई पतीला (Panchtantra Story- Magical Utensil) Moral Story in Hindi | Panchatantra ki Kahaniya | बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | KahaniyaPanchatantra Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality. The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Mora…
 
47. पंचतंत्र की कहानी- जादुई गाय (Panchtantra Story- Magical Cow) Moral Story in Hindi | Panchatantra ki Kahaniya | बच्चों की कहानी | Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | KahaniyaPanchatantra Stories in Hindi for kids. The most popular stories for kids in HD Quality. The most famous stories for children.Grandma Stories for kids, Moral Stor…
 
22. अकबर-बीरबल की कहानी - सड़क किस तरफ जाती है | Sadak Kis Taraf Jaati Hai|बच्चों की कहानी | Akbar Birbal Stories| Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | kahaniyaAkbar and Birbal Stories Collection in Hindi | Birbal Stories. Collection of interesting Akbar and Birbal stories for kids. Just click on any of the Akbar Birbal stories. Akbar Birba…
 
21. अकबर-बीरबल की कहानी - गलत आदत का अहसास | Galat Aadat Kaa Ahsas|बच्चों की कहानी | Akbar Birbal Stories| Hindi Stories | Kahani | kids moral stories | kahaniyaAkbar and Birbal Stories Collection in Hindi | Birbal Stories. Collection of interesting Akbar and Birbal stories for kids. Just click on any of the Akbar Birbal stories. Akbar Birbal stori…
 
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