Birbal The Witty ( Amar Chitra Katha Comics ) by Anant Pai

By Anant Pai

Birbal, a true individual with the identify 'Maheshdas', used to be one of many 'nine gemstones' of court docket advisers of Akbar the nice. He additionally composed poetry through the pen identify 'Brahma'. He led an day trip into far flung Afghanistan and controlled to subdue the turbulence there. listening to the inside track of his dying there, Akbar burst forth: "Birbal, you usually gave the helpless no matter what you had. i'm helpless now and but you've got left nothng for me!" Birbal's identify notwithstanding doesn't leisure on those achievements. he's become a legend through the innumerable tales of his wit and knowledge, feel of justice and fairplay, and chiefly, his uncanny ability in turning the tables on his detractors together with the king himself.

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However, the ambition to write a comprehensive review on this subject has eluded me for several years now, and I welcome this chance to address myself to the more restrict­ ed area defined by the fascinating muscles of the extraocular group. I will confine my review to mammals and to the extrafusal fibers of the six muscles within the orbit, excluding the retractor bulbi. I will start by discussing the histological arrangement of fibers in the muscles. Second, I will consider histochemical and ultrastructural aspects of the various fiber types, which will lead to a classification system including five different types of fibers.

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