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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 ...
 
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Once Emperor Akbar tricked Birbal by placing an apple in a tricky way and used that incident to tease him all the time. In order to put an end to this, Birbal used his wit and came up with a way to settle this matter with Akbar and in the process ensured that Akbar never teases him again. If you like the show, support us by becoming a patron on thi…
 
The Egyptian King was quite impressed listening to all the stories of courtier Birbal and invited him to visit him once. When Birbal reached there, Birbal was received by a courtier. When he went to the courtroom the next day, someone was sitting on the throne but Birbal went to one of the courtiers and wished him. He explained how he was able to r…
 
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 husband’s sword in his treasury. She explained to Akbar …
 
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 would look into their request. The criminals demanded tha…
 
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 asked them to return it if anyone has taken it. None …
 
Once upon a time, in Delhi, there lived a Brahman who insisted on being called "Shastriji" despite having no knowledge of the Vedas. He tried hard as a child to learn the Vedas but was never able to remember what he read. Desperate Brahman sought to Birbal for assistance. Perplexed Birbal, paused for a moment to consider his options before instruct…
 
Once there lived a poor woman who used to cook for other people to earn money. Every month, she used to save a certain portion of her money so that she could have a peaceful life in the future. Her earnings were very dear to her. One day a few of her known people decided to go on a pilgrimage. She decided to join them in the journey but was worried…
 
Like we all know, Birbal was emperor Akbar’s favorite gem and consultant. Be it a small issue or something huge and important, Akbar always looked up to Birbal for help and advice. As Birbal was preferred more in the court of the king, the other members were often jealous. One day when Akbar came to court, he noticed that the courtroom be very sile…
 
Everyone is aware of Birbal’s intelligence and wise decisions. But when the King of Iran came to know about Birbal, he decided to test him. The king sent three idols to the court of Akbar. The idols were exactly identicals to look at. There was a letter attached to them where the king mentioned, “ Emperor Akbar, among the three idols, identify and …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 convince Akbar, Birbal decided to pretend like a kid and show Akbar the chal…
 
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…
 
A king of Turkistan was overly concerned about his growing age and came to know about a life-extending tree in India. He sent a letter to Akbar where he requested him to share some leaves of the tree with his courtiers for him. Akbar on consulting with Birbal, decided to capture all the soldiers of Turkistan in an unoccupied mansion and informed th…
 
Birbal was a true believer in God and always maintained that there is always a possible reason behind every decision of God. Be it good or bad, everything God does is for our own good. Once a courtier explained his misery of how he lost a finger and questioned Birbal whether he still holds onto the core belief of God being so great. With Birbal’s s…
 
One fine day while the proceedings were going on in the court, Akbar noticed that everyone had conflicting thoughts to the same question and they were unable to come to a consensus. He started pondering upon the fact that why can’t everyone think the same. The confused king asked Birbal if he can explain to him why everyone always thinks differentl…
 
King Akbar’s son was complemented for his beauty by everyone in the court. Akbar also agreed to the fact that his son was the most beautiful child in the world but Birbal did not agree to it completely. According to Birbal, Akbar’s son was definitely beautiful but not the most beautiful child in the whole world. Furious, Akbar challenged Birbal to …
 
Once Akbar gifted a very precious necklace to his queen. The queen was very happy with the gift and kept it safe in her room. But unfortunately, she was unable to locate the necklace the next morning. She looked everywhere but could not find it and then decided to inform Akbar about the missing necklace. Akbar came to know that not only the necklac…
 
Akbar was extremely fond of Birbal’s intelligence and will often challenge him to demonstrate his wisdom. One day Akbar decided to test Birbal again and posed three questions in front of him 1. Where does God live? 2. How can you find God? 3. What does God do? Next day, Birbal’s son volunteers to answers these questions in the court in place of Bir…
 
When Akbar’s guru paid him a visit from Mecca for a few days, it starts to intrigue Akbar to find out the details of Birbal’s guru who has tutored such a wise person. So when he questioned Birbal about his master’s whereabouts, Birbal informed him that his guru always remained silent and never goes out to any place. Akbar requested Birbal to introd…
 
Akbar sometimes demanded strange things. One day he gave a bizarre order, “ Birbal! Get me six greatest fools of our kingdom. You’re given a time to one week for this.” Birbal respectfully agreed to Akbar’s order and left the place to carry out the order as directed. As he was riding his horse, looking for people, he met 4 people on his way one aft…
 
Everyone knows tons of stories of how Akbar and Birbal made a formidable pair and their witty stories are quite famous. But we bring to you the real story of how Akbar and Birbal really met the first time. On a bright summer day, Akbar decided to go hunting with his companions but they were unable to trace any wild animals in the woods. They were a…
 
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