पुस्तक का विवरण (Description Of Book) :-
|पुस्तक का नाम (Name of Book)||अकबर बीरबल की कहानियां | Akbar Birbal Ki Kahaniyan|
|पुस्तक का लेखक (Name of Author)||अनाम / Anonymous|
|पुस्तक की भाषा (Language of Book)||हिंदी | Hindi|
|पुस्तक का आकार (Size of Book)||3.5 MB|
|पुस्तक में कुल पृष्ठ (Total pages in Ebook)||18|
|पुस्तक की श्रेणी (Category of Book)||कहानी संग्रह / Story Collection|
पुस्तक के कुछ अंश (Excerpts From The Book) :-
Badashaah akabar ko shikaar ka bahut shauk tha . jab vah chhote the tab bhee padhaee chhod kar shikaar ke lie jaaya karate the . jald hee vah apane saathee darabaariyon se behatar ghudasavaar aur shikaaree ho gae . ek baar akabar apane saathiyon ke saath shikaar par gae . akabar aur unake do saathiyon ne itanee tez ghode daudae ki baakee sabhee saathee peechhe rah gae . din dhalane laga aur andhera badhane laga . akabar aur usake saathiyon ko bhookh aur pyaas sataane lagee . unhen ehasaas hua ki ve raasta bhatak gae hain aur nahin jaanate ki ghar vaapas kaise pahunchenge . . _ andhere mein ghudasavaaree karate hue ve ek aisee jagah pahunche jahaan teen raaste milate the. akabar raaste dekh kar bahut khush hue kyonki inamen se kisee ek raaste par chal kar ve apanee raajadhaanee pahunch sakenge . par ek samasya thee . unamen se koee nahin jaanata tha ki kaun – sa raasta raajadhaanee aagara ko jaata hai
Description In English
Emperor Akbar was very fond of hunting. Even when he was young, he used to leave his studies and go for hunting. Soon he became a better horseman and hunter than his fellow courtiers.
Once Akbar went hunting with his companions. Akbar and his two companions rode horses so fast that all the other companions were left behind. The day began to fall and it was getting dark. Akbar and his companions began to suffer hunger and thirst. They realized that they had lost their way and did not know how to reach back home. , _ Riding horse in the dark, he reached a place where three routes met. Akbar was very happy to see the way because he would be able to reach his capital by following one of these paths. But there was a problem. None of them knew which way led to the capital Agra.