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रूपनगढ़ की राजकुमारी: वीर राजपूत नारी की लोक कथा

रूपनगढ़ की राजकुमारी - वीर राजपूत नारी की लोक कथा

रूपनगढ़ की राजकुमारी: वीर राजपूत नारी की लोक कथा – ‘अपनी कन्या को शाही बेगम बनने के लिये तुरंत दिल्ली भेज दो!’ औरंगजेब के इस संदेश के साथ दिल्ली से एक सेना भी रूपनगढ़ के राजा विक्रम सोलंकी के पास पहुँची। अनेक राजपूत नरेशों ने अपनी कन्याएँ दिल्ली को भेज दी थीं। विरोध करने में केवल सर्वनाश ही था। कोई …

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छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज के प्रेरक प्रसंग

छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज के प्रेरक प्रसंग

छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज के प्रेरक प्रसंग: एक बार छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज जंगल में शिकार करने जा रहे थे। अभी वे कुछ दूर ही आगे बढे थे कि एक पत्थर आकर उनके सर पे लगा। शिवाजी क्रोधित हो उठे और इधर-उधर देखने लगे, पर उन्हें कोई भी दिखाई नहीं दे रहा था, तभी पेड़ों के पीछे से एक बुढ़िया सामने आई …

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Wail Of The River: Rib Tickling Indian Folktale

Wail Of The River: Rib Tickling Indian Folktale

In was rainy season. Yamuna river was running in spate and overflowing. The gushing water was making a loud noise. The Emperor’s palace was situated on the river bank. He was fast asleep. It was a peaceful night and so, the frightening sound of the roaring river could be heard very clearly. Wail Of The River: Rib Tickling Take of …

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An angel and a witch: Akbar & Birbal Moral Story

An angel and a witch: Akbar & Birbal Moral Story

One day, the Emperor expressed his desire to see an angel and an ugly witch. He expressed his wish to Birbal. The next day, Birbal came to the court along with his wife and a prostitute. Then presenting his wife he said to the Emperor, “Maharaj, this is an angel. I get endless satisfaction and happiness from her.” The Emperor …

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A dog and a son-in-law: Witty tale of Akbar Birbal

A dog and a son-in-law

One day, Emperor Akbar said to Birbal, “Birbal! Bring me two such animals – one of which has a sense of gratitude and the other who forgets all this and takes to treachery.” After thinking deeply over the matter, Birbal brought a dog and his own son-in-law to the court. He presented them before the Emperor, and said, “Maharaj, I …

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Dark Below The Lamp: Moral Story From Akbar Birbal

Dark Below The Lamp: Moral Story From Akbar Birbal

Dark Below The Lamp: Once, the Emperor and Birbal were sitting in the palace balcony and watching the sunrise. The sunrays falling on the sparkling waters of the Yamuna river gave it a golden sheen. The Emperor used to watch this natural beauty everyday. Suddenly, their attention was diverted due to a loud noise. They noticed some thieves running after …

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