Akbar’s Story – History of Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar

Akbar's Story - History of Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar

In this article, we will talk about the story of Raja Akbar of the Mughal Empire or the introduction of Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar’s life.

Akbar’s full name was Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar. His father’s name was Nasiruddin Humayun and his mother’s name was Hamida Bano.

Akbar is also called Akbar-e-Azam. By the end of Akbar’s Shanshan, the Mughal empire also included much of northern and central India and Akbar’s empire was one of the most powerful empires of the time.

Akbar is also known as the most powerful king of his empire and the great king.

Akbar was a king who got equal love from both Hindus and Muslims. Akbar had established a religion called Day-i-Ilahi, to end the distances between Hindu and Muslim societies.

Akbar’s court was open to everyone, whether he was a Hindu or an equal one for all Muslims. In the court of Akbar, the Hindu Sardar was more in place of the Muslim Sardar.

Akbar did many such works which made both Hindus and Muslims a fan of Akbar. When Akbar was the father of his father when he died, Akbar sat on the old throne of his father’s death.



Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar who first came to be known as Akbar and later “Akbar a Great”.

Akbar was the third Indian and the first emperor of Mughal. Akbar was born on 15 October 1542 in Sindh, now in Pakistan, after Humayun’s marriage to Hamirun was born in the war with Sher Shah Suri in Chausa and Kannauj.

After a long time, Akbar along with his entire family went to Kabul where his uncle lived. Akbar’s childhood was busy learning warfare, and Akbar became a fearless and powerful king and brave warrior.

Akbar’s wives

In 1591 Akbar married Kabul’s Rukayya Sultan Begum.

Maharani Rukayya Begum Akbar’s uncle Handel was the daughter of Mirza. Rukayya Begum was the first and chief wife of Akbar. After the death of Handal Mirza, Humayun took his place and re-established Delhi.

A large and big army was formed in Delhi and shortly after Humayun died.

After the death of Humayun, Akbar initiated his state in the form of Akbar at that time. Because Akbar had a very capable and brave warrior of India, he kept his occupation of the whole of India.

Because of Akbar’s powerful force, he was occupying the whole of India. Whatever Akbar had won in order to make his Mughal empire a form, Akbar had a relationship with those provinces or married and then married.


The people of many religions lived in Akbar’s state and all lived together. Akbar has done a lot of work to keep his kingdom together so that people of different religions also stay together in the state.

Money was also very happy with Akbar’s work. Akbar loved literature very much. He also founded the library.

There were more than twenty-four thousand books in Sanskrit, Urdu, Greek, Latin, Kashmiri languages, and many scholars and writers were present in that library.

Akbar himself set up a library for women in Fatehpur Sikri and opened schools for the education of Hindu and Muslim children.

In the court of Akbar, all the craftsmen and architects were gathered from all over the world and discussed different subjects Delhi, Agra, and Fatehpur had become centers of Chief Education of Darbar Akbar of Sikri.


Akbar had established a new religion to maintain unity among Hindus and Muslims in his state. The name of this religion was Din-i-Elahi.

In this religion, no god was worshiped. There was no temple or priest in it. This religion was very tolerant and simple religion.

In this religion, the information was banned and the highest importance was given to peace in it. There was no ritual or a book in this religion. All the people of Akbar’s court used to follow this religion and they believed Akbar as the Prophet. Birbal also used to follow this religion.

Because of this religion, love and affection for each other in the Hindu and Muslim communities increased, the biggest advantage was that people were not discriminated against and everyone considered equal.



The most important thing of the court of Akbar was that in his court there was more than one artist living, and all of them were fully accomplished in their work.

There were nine people in Akbar’s court, which was called Navaratna. The names of these Navaratna are as follows: –

  1. Birbal
  2. Abul Fazal
  3. Todarmal
  4. Tansen
  5. Man Singh
  6. Abdurrahim Khankhana
  7. Mula di piyaa
  8. Hakim Humam
  9. Fuji etc.

All these people were when all these people were together, the view was very good to be seen, the collective name of these nine people was called Navaratna.

# (1). Abul Fazal was the associate of Akbar’s court, scholar in history and philosophy, Abul Fazl also had a lot of contribution in the formation of Day-i-Elahi, and if it was a debate anytime, then it was impossible to defeat Abul.

The confession was a good writer. Many information about that era was found in Abul’s works and another introduction to his writing power was found in his pages.

#(2).  Raja  Birbal was born in Brahman Kul, he was also a good friend of Akbar along with being in Akbar’s court. Birbal was very much loved by Akbar because of his spot answers and Ganesha of Haasiras.

Birbal had got a place in Navratnno due to his cleverness and his natural qualities, Birbal was clever, clever, and also very well-qualified.

# (3) Raja Todramal was a resident of Uttar Pradesh. Initially, he had worked at Sher Shah Suri’s residence, Raja Todramal was the finance minister of Akbar.

Todarmal had created the world’s first underground accounting and measuring system. Working on the post of Deewan-e-Ashraf, Todrumal’s reforms in relation to the land are undoubtedly commendable. Todramal also served as a soldier and army chief.

# (4). Tansen was the emperor of music because he was a music fan, Akbar had joined his Navratna. There was something different about Mia Tansen’s song.

Akbar used to listen to his songs and songs with a lot of heart. Mia Tansen himself created many ragos, Akbar gave Tansen the title of “Food Bharan Vani Vilas”.

# (5). Raja Mansingh was a resident of Jaipur, he was the King of the Kachwahas. Mansingh was the general of Akbar’s army.

Mansingh’s Buddha Jodhbhai Akbar’s Patarni, after having a connection with Mansingh, Akbar abolished Jazia tax after introducing his generosity with Hindus.

# (6). Abdul Rahim was a Khan-e-Khana poet and was the protector of Akbar’s court and was the son of Bareem Khan, he was a highly regarded scholar and poet. After Akbar gave the title of Khan-e-Khana to Abdurrahim Khankhana after which he gave Gujarat.

# (7). Mullah bin Pooja was a resident of Arabia, he came to India during Humayun, his name was Abdul Tahaan. Abdul Hassan used to spend most of his time reading books.

Mullah Do Piaja was also one of the Navratnas of Akbar, Mullah bin Piyaja had kept the Kitabo very securely in Akbar’s library.

The book was kept wrapped in jars and he used to eat more onions than usual, so Akbar gave his name Mullah two onion.

# (8)  Hakim was an adviser to Human Akbar and one of Akbar’s Navaratna was Hakim Humam, a poet who was the head of the kitchen of Hawkman Akbar.

# (9). Nava Navaratna was fazi, it was the brother of Abul Fazl used to do poetry in the Persian language. Fiji taught mathematics to King Akbar’s son. This day was a staunch supporter of Elahi religion.



Akbar had taken India under the control of Mughlo with his might, at which time Akbar and Rajput were enemies of each other. Akbar created a strategy to subdue India in its entirety, which included war and compromise.

Akbar had a large army and he used to easily take possession of the kingdom but there was a lot of bleeding in all this and Akbar followed the policy of compromise under which he used to marry princesses of states and in this manner Akbar With respect to all the princely states, it was a relationship.

When Akbar fought with King Bharmal, Akbar had made the three sons of King Bharmal captive and then King Bharmal had decided to settle with Akbar and thus King Jodha, daughter of King Bharmal, married Akbar. Happened.

After marriage, Jodhaa Bai was to adopt Muslim religion according to the tradition, but Jalaluddin Mohammed Akbar did not give any emphasis on adopting Muslim religion.

Because of this nature of Akbar, Jodha Bhai’s love for Akbar in his heart and Jodhaa Bai introduced Akbar to the tradition of Hindu religion and Hinduism.

Akbar had a respect for the Hindu religion because Akbar had a childhood in a Hindu family. Because of his father’s early death, Akbar’s childhood was spent in the Hindu family.

Jodhaa Bai used to tell Akbar the right and wrong way, so even after Akbar had many wives, Akbar was the most loved by Jodha Bai.

Akbar and Jodha Bai had two children, Hassan and Hussein, but both of them passed away later Akbar and Jodha had another child, whose name was Jahangir, who ruled the Mughal empire to become the king of India.

Now everyone knows about Akbar’s love story. His love story is an amusement story. As well as being a good king, Akbar was also a good husband and a good father.


Prices of a newspaper of 1605 (October 27) went to death due to dysentery and Akbar was buried in Sikandra in Agra.

Jalaluddin Mohammed Akbar was no less than an angel for his goodness, because he used to do every task in the interest of his subjects, and his people loved him very much.

Akbar’s most remarkable thing was that he used to be able to overcome the whole of his people by becoming aware and aware of the grief and sorrow.

Akbar was a very good ruler, even after his father died in his childhood, he was so talented and skillful. Even after having a Muslim religion, he also respected other religions, these qualities were Akbar’s most important virtue that he gave equal status to any other religion.

Akbar has been given great importance in the history of India. Akbar was known in his kingdom by the name of a great king.

During the Shashan period of Akbar, the Mughal Empire had tripled, but Akbar never stressed on anyone to adopt a Muslim religion even if his wife Jodha should not be. Akbar gave equal status to every religion and religion.

Akbar created a very effective army which was a very capable and powerful army. In the history of entire India, Akbar was a scholar who tried to keep Hindu and Muslim united.

Akbar was counted as a liberal ruler because Akbar was a liberal and peaceful man of nature.

Akbar was the leading ruler of the famous ruler of India. Akbar was the only emperor of the Mughal empire who did not give birth to any nude in Hindu and Muslim people. He introduced both types of people to the generosity of their goods.

Today, I have a lot to tell you about the life of Akbar, but if you are asked to write the biography of Akbar in your school or college, so much information is enough for you.

Here we also mention Jodha Bai which was the most important of his life. You should also be aware of these.

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