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Akbar was the son of Humayun and Hamida Begum. His father was a Sunni, while his mother was a Shia. These were rival Muslim sects but Akbar seemed to lean towards the Shia doctrine. This made things difficult as his court had a large number of Sunnis. Akbar's problem was one that exists even today - that of uniting all creeds and races. He wanted to bring into the mainstream not only the Muslim sects but also the Rajputs and other Hindus. His reforms, which were meant to help all sections, included the abolition of sati, child marriage and jizya (a tax imposed on Hindus but not on Muslims). Anyone with talent in any field (including music and painting) was welcome in Akbar's court. Tansen, Baz Bahadur and Birbal were associated with the Mughal court. Rajput princes, who felt attracted to his personality and ideals, worked loyally for him as generals and ministers. Among these were Man Singh, Bhagwandas and Todar Mall. Akbar traced his lineage to the great Timur and Chingiz Khan of Turkish and Mongol descent. By his marriage to the Rajput princess of Amber (who was later to become the mother of the future emperor, Jehangir) he sealed his links with Hindustan. After Akbar's victory at the second Battle of Panipat, there was never against the need to return to Kabul and the mountain regions of his ancestors.

He was a child, who only wanted to ride elephants and hunt tigers. Crowned emperor of Hindustan at the age of 13, he was mature enough to choose his friends carefully. Enemies and dangerous courtiers, on the other hand, were dispatched mercilessly. For his courage and generosity, his love of the arts and universal justice, history gave Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar an enduring label - 'Akbar the Great'.

AuthorToni Patel
Weight20 g
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages32
Part Number9788184821079
Product GroupBook
Publication Date1979
PublisherAmar Chitra Katha Private Limited
StudioAmar Chitra Katha Private Limited
Sales Rank28511

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  • The author associated with Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is Toni Patel.
  • The EAN for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 9788184821079.
  • The edition for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 1.
  • The ISBN for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 8184821077.
  • The weight for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 20 g.
  • The language for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is English.
  • The MPN (Manufacturer's part number) for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 9788184821079.
  • The binding of Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is Paperback.
  • The number of pages for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) are 32.
  • The part number for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 9788184821079.
  • Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is grouped in Book group of products.
  • The publication date for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 1979.
  • The publisher for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is Amar Chitra Katha Private Limited.
  • The producer for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is Amar Chitra Katha Private Limited.
  • The sales rank for Akbar (Amar Chitra Katha) is 28511.