Akbar

greatest of the Mughal emperors of India (reigning 1556–1605), who extended Mughal power over most of the Indian subcontinent. In order to preserve ... [32 related articles]
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Akbar

[Tamil militant] Veerapathirar Pernibarasa (வீரபத்திரன் பேரின்பராசா Vīrapattiraṉ Pēriṉparācā; 30 March 1973 – 7 October 2006; commonly known by the nom de guerre Akbar) was a leading member of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), a separatist Tamil militant organisation in Sri La...
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Akbar

Aram Banu Begum Shakr-un-Nissa Begum Shahzadi Khanum others |full name = Abu`l-Fath Jalal ud-din Muhammad Akbar |house = House of Timur |father = Humayun |mother = Hamida Banu Begum |birth_name = Jalal ud-Din Muhammad |birth_date = {birth date|1542|10|14|df=y} |birth_place = Umerkot, Sindh |death_date = {death date and age|1605|10|27|1542|10|14|d....
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Akbar

Akbar (ăk'bär) , 1542–1605, Mughal emperor of India (1556–1605); son of Humayun, grandson of Babur. He succeeded to the throne under a regent, Bairam Khan, who rendered loyal service in expanding and consolidating the Mughal domains before he was summarily dismissed (1560)...
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Akbar

Akbar was a Mogul emperor of India. He was born in 1542 at Amerkote and died in 1605. He was perhaps the greatest Asiatic prince of modern times. He succeeded his father, Humayun, at the age of thirteen, and governed first under the guardianship of his minister, Beyram, but took the chief power into his own hands in 1560. He fought with distinguish...
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Akbar

[name] Akbar is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include: Fictional characters: ...
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