Delhis Turns

Delhi’s Many Turns

- April 10, 2020


Have you read the story of how Birbal counted the number of turns made by the streets  of Delhi?

All the other ministers suggested sending out an army of surveyors to count each turn, but clever Birbal already knew the answer, without even stepping out of the palace!

Illustration: Prasad Iyer
Illustration: Prasad Iyer
Illustration: Prasad Iyer
Illustration: Prasad Iyer
Illustration: Prasad Iyer
Illustration: Prasad Iyer

Read more of Birbal’s adventures in Amar Chitra Katha “Leave it to Birbal”, available on the Amar Chitra Katha app as well as Amazon, Flipkart and other major e-tailers.

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