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One day Akbar was walking around his imperial greenery enclosure with a few squires. It was spring time and the greenery enclosure proliferated various brilliantly shaded blooms.
The Rajkavi (illustrious writer) pointed towards a delightful blossom and stated, “Look Jahanpanah, what a wonderful bloom it is! No man can ever make something as wonderful as this.”
Birbal was additionally there. He stated, “I tend to disagree, Rajkavi! Now and again man can make considerably more lovely things than this.”
Akbar contributed and stated, “No Birbal, Rajkavi is completely right. This blossom is actually quite lovely and I don’t assume that there is anything in this world that can outperform its excellence.”
Following a couple of days, Birbal exhibited a gifted skilled worker from Agra in the Emperor’s court. The skilled worker introduced a flawlessly bunch of cut marble roses to the Emperor. The Emperor was loaded with commendation for the perplexing cutting done in the bundle, and gave him one thousand gold coins.
Simply then a young man came and introduced a wonderful bunch of genuine roses to the Emperor. Akbar was upbeat to see it as well, and gave a silver coin to the kid.
Birbal was sitting tight for this open door as it were! He said with a significant grin all over, “Along these lines, the man made thing was more wonderful than the genuine article.”
Akbar comprehended what Birbal implied by that and grinned back at his clever priest.