The Tale of Babban Hajjam

Author: Ira Saxena

Illustrator: Mayukh Ghosh

Publisher: Karadi Tales

About: Babban Hajjam is curious to know why barbers who go to the palace to give the king of Rajatpur a haircut never return. When it is his turn to be summoned, Babban gets his answer. Will Babban stay out of trouble by keeping his incredible discovery under wraps, or does the secret unravel and seal his fate? Ira Saxena infuses mystery and laughter into this classic Indian folktale, and Mayukh Ghosh’s larger-than-life illustrations make this book a visual treat.

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The Tale of Babban Hajjam
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by Dhruv on The Tale of Babban Hajjam

Its a short but funny book. Can be read in 5 minutes but very creative

by Pranati Pramod on The Tale of Babban Hajjam

I loved reading the book for the humour and lovely pictures in the book

It was very easy for me to read the book

by Vinitha M on The Tale of Babban Hajjam

This is a picture book that depicts the barber Babban's courage and how he uses his intelligence to get out of a troublesome situation. The story sees the protagonist display his presence of mind in a light-hearted way. The book also goes to show that sometimes a person cannot keep a secret for a long time. He will need to let it out, one way or the other! What happens then?