The Foolish Men of Agra

By Singh, Rina & Zaman, Farida

Publishers Summary:
Drawn from the traditional tales of Mogul India, The Foolish Men of Agra is a collection of ten delightfully funny and poignant stories. (1998)

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978-1-55013-771-2
Publisher
Key Porter Books


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Reviewed on June 1, 1998

Gr 2-5 Ten legends from the Mogul Empire of India, which flourished in the 16th and 17th centuries, are retold here in simple language. These selections all involve Akbar, the third ruler, who was responsible for consolidating the empire. Akbar's state minister, Birbal, a clever Hindu courtier, uses his wits and sense of humor to help the emperor make good decisions even when he receives bad advice from others. In several of the stories, people jealous of Birbal...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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