Akbar History | Interesting information about Akbar

Akbar History | Interesting information about Akbar

Friends we are sharing with you Akbar History | Interesting information about Akbar's life, which is also called Akbar the Great.



Name:                     Abul-Fatah Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar

Birth -                 October 15, 1542 Amarkot

Father of Akbar -         Humayun

Mother's name -        Hamida Bano

Wives of Akbar -         Jodhabai, Rukaiya Begum, Salima Sultan, Mariam

 Son of Akbar-        Jahangir (Salim)

Akbar death-         27 October 1605

History of Mughal emperor

On the call of Daulat Khan Lodi, Babar invaded India.

Babar (1526-1530)

Babar took control of Ibrahim Lodi in Panipat in 1526 from Delhi to Agra.

Babar defeated King Rana of Mewar and established Mughal rule in India. Babar was also interested in literature along with the military work as well, therefore Babar is said to be a soldier of both the pen and the Talbar.

His son, Himayun, was made king after Babar.

Himayun (1530-1540 and 1555-1556)
In 1538, Himayun won the Chunar from Shershah Suri. But in 1538 a war again between Sher Shah and Himayun was a big fierce battle in which lakhs were lost and this time victory came from Sher Shah Suri and he became the ruler of India. And Himayun had to return to his country in Persia. But Himayun still wanted to rule himself again on India and he got the opportunity after the death of the Sher Shah. Once again, Himayun took a dig at Delhi and took it under his control.

Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar History 

Akbar Jalaluddin History (1556-1605)

Akbar was only 13 years old when he was killed by Himayun. Himayun's faith character Bairam Khan corroborated Akbar and due to his short life, he began to rule under the supervision of Akbar Bairam Khan.

Panipat War II

Adil Sah Suri's commander, Hemu, attacked him on Delhi, and to free him, in 1556 Panipat was fought between Akbar and Hemu, Hemu's army was defeated and in the possession of Punjab Agra and Delhi Akbar.

Emperor expansion of King Akbar

Akbar was a very wise ruler, thinking he was not war, unless the war was warranted, therefore, he had more ways to increase his kingdom like establishing marital relation, accepting subjection, having a position in the government and friendship Policy adoptive

Akbar understood the importance of friendship with Rajputs, so he strengthened the situation by establishing a marriage relationship with Rajput families and for this he also married Jodha bai. And Jhangir, son of Jodhbhai and Akbar, after Akbar Akbar, Mughal Emperor Mugal Badshah | In this love story of Jodhaa Akbar history became an immortal love story.

Akbar gave a respectable position in the Darwara to Rajpura of Aamer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer. Rajput King Lord Das and his grandson Mansingh were the highest places in the cracks. He made Hindus happy by ending Jijia Kar from Hindus. As a result, Hindus began to believe in Akbar.

Akbar History

Many Rajputs accepted Akbar's submission, but there were some Rajputs who did not want to be subject to Akbar, like Maharaja Maharana Pratap of Mewar, when Maharana Pratap refused to bend in front of Akbar, then Akbar Akbar Maharana Pratap And this war happened in the battle of Haldighati in 1576, which is known in the history of India as the Battle of Haldighati War. Maharana Pratap was badly injured while battling, and he read to go to the forest with family and he took the promise till he would take Mewar back, he would eat grass bread. Sleep on the ground and sacrifice all the comforts,
Maharana Pratap has made 20 years of hard work to give Devar, Udaipur, but remained in possession of Chittor and Ajmer Akbar,
Another victory for the rise of his empire was that Bengal and Gujarat's provinces were very important in terms of business dealings with Europe, Arabia and South Asia, which Akbar took over, this increased the state's mood, Akbar's Ahmad Nagar in the south There is a war with Queen Chandbivi. Akbar took some parts of Ahmad Nagar in his possession.

History of King Akbar
In this way Akbar established a vast empire, which spread from Kashmir to Ahmednagar and Kabul to Bengal.

Akbar divided the empire into several levels to follow the administration of the empire correctly. And appointed the officer for him

In Akbar's kingdom, there were only two resources of income on land and trade. One third of the yield from the farmers was taken as a passion.

Social Work done by Jalaluddin Akbar

Akbar was the public, without the help of Hindus, he could not expand his state in India, so he gave Hindus highest positions in his army. Make a viable relationship with Rajput

The introduction of Akbar & religious harmony reveals the creation of the Eidat Khan in Fatehpur Sikri, in which he listens and talks about the goodness of his religion from the guru of all religions.

He left the form of Din i iahi, which was aimed at unity, with the good talks of Islam, Farsi, Jain, Christian and other religions. Akbar adopted the policy of reconciliation with which the work of such a large state could be done peacefully and everyone could get support. This policy was adopted by the Mughal Badshah who came after Akbar. Following this policy, Akbar introduced Geeta, Mahabharata, Atharvaveda, Biblical, Quran, Panchatantra and many books in Persia in Persian

Akbar traveled on Hindus and took off Jijia Kar. He ended the practice of non-Muslims turning to religion With these works, he established the basis of an empire that was based on the rights of all people without any discrimination.

Thus during the reign of Akbar, the state became moderate in the secular, social subjects and encouraged the consciousness and cultural unity.

Akbar History 

Literature Akbar Literature

Akbar always had discussions with the legislators. Sixty-year state language was Persian. At this time Abul Fazl, Faizi was the author of High Court. Abul Fazal composed the work of Akbar Naama Akbarnama.

Mahabharata and Ramayana translated into Persian Abdul Rahim Khankhana's Hindi written in Hindi is still famous.

Tulsidas also composed Ramcharit Manas at the same time. At this time the writing work on the paper had begun in the country. Major musician Tansen was also in the court of Akbar.

Navratna of Akbar

Akbar gave place to the Vidhanas in his meeting. There were many famous books in his doorstep.

Mulla Do Pyaza,
Hakim Hukum,
Abdul rahim khan i khana,
Abul Fazal,
Tansen,
Raja Man Singh,
Todar Mal,
Faizi,
Birbal was the Navaratna of Akbar's cracks.

Akbar History 

Interest in Akbar's Art Mughal Art

Akbar was very fond of art. Akbar made the Fatehpur sikri salt town near Agra and also made it his capital for a few years. Akbar made a fort in Agra, Red Fort Agra, to build air in the Panch Panchamjil Panch Panchal Palace in Fatehpur Sikri. The Diwan i khas was built in Agra Fort and Diwan i khas in which the villagers used to meet the people of the state in general. The junkies specially talked about their government with their ministers. Built in the Fatehpur Sikri Buland Darwaja, Gujarat Vijay Memorial. And Sheikh Salim built the Durgah of Chishti.

Akbar's son's name was Salim, who was made king after Jahangir after Akbar's death.

Akbar Family Tree OR Mughal Emperor Family Tree

Babar (1526-1530)

Himayun (1530-1540 and 1555-1556)

Akbar (1556-1605)

Jahangir (1605-1627)

Shah Jahan (1628 - 1658)

Aurangzeb (1658 - 1707)

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