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Tales of Gopal: The Jester: Rich in wit, wisdom and humor – Kindle edition by Swapna Dutta. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Gopal the Jester [Anant Pai] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kings of old times used to have ‘Jesters’ in their service. The jester was a. Sulekha Creative Blog – A story of Gopal, the jester foreword Maharaja Krishna Chandra was the king of Bengal during t.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. That is why I am telling you. This page was last edited on 22 Decemberat He reached Murshidabad in a few days time and went to see the Nawab. Many stories are told of how the Maharaja tries to outwit the Nawab and how Gopal assists in these endeavours.

Manage it for a day, then. In early nineteenth century, Gopal Bhar’s name was first mentioned in Bengali literature. Prerna marked it as to-read Jan 06, I will have to part with thousands of cattle if I cannot give the answer! Gopal chuckled to himself and came back to his home with a big bag of gold coins, only to receive one more bag from Raja Krishnachandra as he had saved him from insult.

Before the maharaja could sit down on his throne there was a minor sensation. Your king will miss you at court!!! Maharaja Krishna Chandra was the king of Bengal during the middle ages. Isn’t that what you wanted? The wealth of a kingdom was measured by the number of cattle andwhenever the enemies attacked a country they first seized the cattle of a country. Learn how your comment data is processed.

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He introduced himself and told the Nawab that he had come to give the answers for the questions put by him to Raja Krishnachandra.

Everyone got up with him. So he needed someone to make his tension lighter with his jokes.

Gopal Bhar

He hated people to go back on their promise. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. No hilsa-talk, please – it’s boring!

Kavitha marked it as to-read Oct 15, Home Talk Property Beat. How can people help discussing it? A fat, hefty woman with long hairy arms and big feet ambled into the court in a bright red sari, her head covered with her pallu.

This is one such story. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Her glass bangles jingled looking somewhat odd on her fat wrists.

jestee And she stamped tge feet and shook her hands. It is often said that Gopal Bhar is a legendary personality. But this woman awayed and swung like a dancer, her ankle-bells making queer tinkling sounds which were totally out of rhythm.

He was in the court of Raja Krishnachandrathe-then king of Nadia in the 18th century. It also shows how agriculture was given importance and the prosperity of the country depended on agriculture which in turn depended on cattle.

The only sounds she made sounded like suppressed giggles. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. So they keep talking about it.


I’ll look into it then. He also took the sheep with him.

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There are many contradictory views regarding Gopal Bhar, whether he existed or not. Do you like this story? But what was most important, he had a kind heart as th. Something like a dire emergency. The woman pulled her pallu more closely round herself. Want to Read saving…. There are lots of stories in India about wise men who won the hearts gopap kings with their wit and humour. Share this on WhatsApp.


A prolific children’s author from India, Swapna Dutta has been publishing stories in newspapers and magazine for four decades, and has written many books for young readers, in a variety of genres. I will help you in whatever way I can. Creative General A story from Gopal, the jester of Bengal. And help him with unexpected advice where no one else could help. So every iester had his own court poets, artists, singers, town planners, architects and what have you.

They left the court one by one. The maharaja looked at the veiled woman curiously. I’m really tired of all this fishy talk’ cried Maharaja Krishna Chandra turning up his nose in disgust, ‘No matter where I go or who I meet, everyone is perpetually talking of fish!