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Akbar and his parrot

Birbal went to King Akbar and made him feel as if he was very nervous. Akbar said on seeing Birbal, "Hey Birbal, what happened? Why are you

Akbar and his parrot

Emperor Akbar was gifted a parrot by a king from the neighboring country. This parrot used to answer the things of the people and used to talk sweet and sweet things. The king liked this parrot very much.

The king entrusted the responsibility of the parrot to an old servant of the palace and said, "Look, I like this parrot very much, you have to take care of it very carefully." Under no circumstances should a parrot die. If you ever tell me that a parrot is dead, you too will be put to death. "
The servant used to take care of the parrot more than his life. He used to give him a grain and drink at the right time, bathed and washed and also took care of the cleanliness around him. But death is an absolute truth. The parrot also died one day. Seeing the parrot dead, the servant's breath got stuck. He started trembling with fear. He knew that soon after hearing the news of the death of the parrot, the king would angrily give him the death penalty. For a long time, he wondered what to do, but he could not understand anything. Then he came to notice that there is a person in the court who can get him out of this trouble - Birbal.

He ran like a horse to Birbal and told the whole thing. Birbal said, "This is a serious problem. Parrot Maharaj was very cute. But don't you worry, I will find some solution to this problem. Don't say anything to the king about the parrot. "

Birbal went to King Akbar and made him feel as if he was very nervous. Akbar said on seeing Birbal, "Hey Birbal, what happened? Why are you so nervous?"

Birbal said, "What can I tell you, Maharaja, I am going to die from panic." Your beloved parrot has gone absolutely silent. Neither he is eating, nor drinking, he is not even moving his wings. Without blinking an eyelid, he is just looking upwards. "

The king ran to the parrot cage. They saw that the parrot had died. The king said to Birbal, "Birbal, why did you not directly tell that the parrot is dead. Told such a wide story and did not tell the real thing. ”
Birbal said, "Your Majesty, you had said that if someone told about the death of the parrot, you would give him the death penalty." If I told you that the parrot was dead, you would have killed me. ”

The pain of the death of the parrot was enough for Maharaj but the words of Birbal made him laugh. Smiling said to Birbal, "What is needed of a parrot is enough for you to make things."

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