NCERT Class 4 Hindi Chapter 2 Jaisa Sawal Waisa Jawab Revision Notes
The NCERT Class 4 syllabus for Hindi incorporates some of the most interesting and fun chapters of both prose and poetry. One such amazing chapter is Jaise Sawal Waisa Jawab which is the second chapter of the textbook. The chapter revolves around the stories of Akbar and Birbal. Students can get clear concepts of the chapter with the help of revision notes crafted by the subject experts at Vedantu.
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3. Why was Khwaja Sara jealous of Birbal?
Emperor Akbar was very fond of his minister Birbal. Khwaja Sara was an older minister in the court who was vain about his wisdom. However, the Emperor preferred taking advice mostly from Birbal. This was the reason for his jealousy.