Akbar

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Jalal Udin Muhammad Akbar was one of the famous emperrors of india and was also known as "the most powerful emperor on the earth. He succeeded as the emperor at the age of 13 and he ruled for 50 years (half century) . He was the son of emperor hamayun and begum hamida banu he was born on 14th october 1542 in umerkot sindh and unfortunately died on 27th october 1605 (aged 63) . After his death his son 'Noorudin Muhammad Jahangir (saleem was made the next emperror.

Akbar the Great
Mughal Emperor
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Reign1556 to 1609
Full nameAbu'l-Fath Jalal ud-din Muhammad Akbar I
TitlesHis Majesty Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Imam-i-'Adil, Sultan ul-Islam Kaffatt ul-Anam, Amir ul-Mu'minin, Khalifat ul-Muta'ali Sahib-i-Zaman, Padshah Ghazi Zillu'llah 'Arsh-Ashyani, Emperor of India)
Born15 October 1542(1542-10-15)
BirthplaceUmarkot Fort, Sind
Died27 October 1605 (aged 63)
Place of deathFatehpur Sikri, Agra
BuriedBihishtabad Sikandra, Agra
PredecessorHumayun
SuccessorNuruddin Salim Jahangir
OffspringJahangir, 5 other sons and 6 daughters
Royal HouseHouse of Timur
DynastyMughal
FatherHumayun
MotherNawab salim Banu Begum Sahiba
Religious beliefsDin-i-Ilahi

Akbar the Great Ne Kaha :

    Sindhi ko dosti ker k haraya ja sakta hay magar lar ker nahi...

Timeline

  • 14 October 1542 - Janam Rajput Fortress, Umarkot , Sindh me bhais rahaa jahan pe uske abba Sher Shah se luka rahaa.
  • 14 February 1556 - Akbar ke Mughal ke Shahanshah banawa gais.
  • 5 November 1556 - Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya ke harae ke Delhi ke aapn niche kar liis.

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