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Akbar went to the court to go to a capacity and Birbal was absent.
Akbar asked, “where is Birbal?”
“He has not come yet, Huzoor.” said a retainer.
“Not yet?” said Akbar.
Following couple of minutes Birbal landed at the court and apologized for being late.
“I am greatly sad, Huzoor” “My tyke was crying” “I needed to mollify him” he clarified.
Akbar felt exceptionally disillusioned. He said “Birbal! You don’t know how to deal with a youngster!” “Let me demonstrate to you industry standards to do it”.
He additionally said “Today I would go about as your dad and you turn into my youngster.” “You approach me for whatever your tyke have asked to you”.
Birbal answered “I need a Cow”
“Dairy animals? Approve” “Bring a bovine for him” requested Akbar. A cow was conveyed to the court.
Birbal imitated the voice of his youngster and said “I need its drain”.
The dairy animals was drained by the hirelings. Birbal drank little of it and gave the bowl with rest of the drain to Akbar.
At that point he said “now set the drain back to the dairy animals”.
“What are you saying Birbal?” asked Akbar.
Birbal said over and over “set the drain back to the dairy animals please!… … Please!”
Akbar couldn’t found any answer and left the place discreetly.
Moral: One must experience the genuine circumstance before faulting others.