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Children love to listen to stories; especially the ones that tickle their funny bone! Most of us grew up listening to the famous stories of the great King Akbar and one of his courtesans, Birbal, who was known for his intelligence and wittiness. These stories not only amused us, but they also taught us about the important virtues of life because they imparted us with a valuable moral at the end.
If you wish to teach some good values to your child through story-telling, you can narrate some of the following Akbar-Birbal stories to your little angel.
Here are some famous witty and short funny stories of Akbar and Birbal stories that will amuse your kiddo to the core: 1. Birbal took that as a challenge and said that he would find someone who can do it. Akbar promised a sum of gold coins to whoever could spend a night standing in the cold water of the lake.
Soon, Birbal found a poor man who agreed to undertake the challenge for the gold coins. Guarded by two royal guards, the poor man spent the entire night standing in the freezing water. In the morning, the poor man was taken to court for the reward.
The poor man felt doomed and heart-broken. He reached out to Birbal for help. Akbar visited Birbal to find the reason. To his amusement, the King found Birbal sitting beside the fire with a pot hanging almost 6 feet above it. Akbar started laughing and said that was impossible. If a poor man can stay warm by simply looking at the lamp burning at a distance, I can cook this khichadi the same way.
The grief-stricken merchant went to the court and asked for help. Akbar asked Birbal to help the merchant find the robber. The merchant told Birbal that he was suspicious of one of his servants.
On getting the hint from the merchant, Birbal summoned all the servants and told them to stand in a straight line. When asked about the robbery, everyone denied doing it, as expected. Birbal then handed over one stick of the same length, to each one of them. Wise Birbal Once upon a time, King Akbar lost a ring that was very precious to him. This ring was a gift from his father and losing it made the king very sad. Akbar summoned Birbal and requested him to find the ring.
The court was full of courtiers. Birbal called the guards and asked them to search the suspect. On searching the suspect, the ring was retrieved. Akbar was amazed at how Birbal managed to find the ring. The next day, when the farmer went to the well to fetch some water, the man said that he only sold the well and not its water.
Birbal was told to take care of the case. The following day, the man who sold the well along with the farmer was called to the court. The clever man made the same statement — he had sold his well, not the water in it. Moral If you cheat, you will pay for your deeds. The Pot of Wit Once upon a time, king Akbar got so mad at Birbal that he told Birbal to leave the kingdom and go away. Birbal spent his days working at the farm. As time passed, King Akbar started missing his favourite courtier.
One day, Akbar decided to send across his royal guards to find Birbal. The guards looked for Birbal in all directions, but all their efforts went to waste. Akbar thought of a trick to find Birbal — he made an announcement that whoever got him a pot full of wit would be given a pot filled with diamonds. The news reached all the nearby villages, and to Birbal as well.
Birbal took a pot and put a small watermelon in it without cutting it from its vines. After a month, the watermelon grew up to the size of the pot. This pot was sent to the King, and he was told that the wit should only be removed without breaking the pot. Akbar knew that this could be no one else but Birbal, and he went to bring Birbal back to his court. The scholar told the king that he is the smartest and even Birbal would not be able to answer his questions.
Akbar called Birbal to the court and told him what the scholar claimed. Birbal accepted the challenge that the scholar had posed for him. The scholar felt ashamed of his claim and left with a heavy heart. Moral Presence of mind helps solve even the trickiest of problems. He confided in all other ministers and shared his plan with them. As per the plan, all the ministers had to carry an egg each the following day, hidden inside their robes.
The next day, Akbar told his courtiers that he had a dream — according to it, if the ministers fetch an egg each from the royal pond, it will prove their loyalty towards him. After narrating his dream, Akbar asked all his ministers to do the same and show him their loyalty. As planned, all the ministers pretended to look for the eggs, and within no time all of them returned an egg each that was already hidden inside their robes. When Birbal reached empty-handed, everyone sneered at him, and they were smiling at each other.
Birbal could gauge the entire scenario and went up to the king and made the loud rooster-sounds. Listening to this, everyone burst into a hearty laugh. Moral Self-confidence helps in dealing with difficult situations. Who Is the King Once Birbal was sent as an ambassador to another kingdom. The King made all his ministers dress up like him, and they all sat in a line to test Birbal. When Birbal entered the courtroom, he was amazed to see everyone dressed in the same clothes and sitting on a similar kind of throne.
Perplexed, Birbal took a moment to observe everyone and then went up to one of them and bowed in front of him. It was the King himself, who then was surprised beyond words. He stood up and hugged Birbal and also asked him how he could guess so. The King felt amused and praised Birbal for his unmatched intellect and presence of mind. Moral Intelligent people can comprehend a great deal through observation. Why would you choose something of lesser value like a gold coin over something as valuable as justice?
Listening to this reply, Akbar was speechless, but he had a big smile on his face. He felt overjoyed with the reply and rewarded Birbal with gold coins. Once, two brothers, Ram and Sham, were fighting over the ownership of a Mango Tree. Ram said the Mango tree was his; while Sham said he owned it. Unable to find a way out, they decided to ask Birbal for help. Birbal analysed the situation and told the brothers to remove all the mangoes, share them between the two brothers, then cut the tree in two equal halves.
Upon hearing Birbal, Ram noded, while Sham pled not to cut the tree for he had nurtured it for three whole years. Birbal found who the real owner of the tree was. We are sure that you liked all the above stories as they are not only filled with humour, but also have a lesson to teach. Make a bedtime story-telling routine with your children and narrate these wonderful stories to them every night. Also Read:.
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