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Religious Policy of Akbar – 1

Religious Policy of Akbar – 1 Among all the Muslim who ruled India Akbar was the liberal exponent of religious tolerance. Rising above the prejudices of his age he followed a very tolerant policy. There were certain factors that determined his policy. 1. Liberal parents: Akbar’s parents were not orthodox. His father Humayun though a […]

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Akbar – Provincial administration – 3

Akbar – Provincial administration – 3 Provincial Administration For administrative convenience and efficiency the vast Mughal Empire was divided into Provinces. Sipah-Salar [The Governor]: The head of provincial administration was the governor, officialy called as Sipah-Salar. In the time of Akbar’s successors he began to be called Nazim. His Chief functions were 1.to maintain order […]

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Akbar – Central administration – 2

Akbar – Central administration – 2 The Central Ministers: In order to advise and assist the emperor in administrative work there was a body of ministers. There was no definite tenure of their office and no definite rule of promotion. They were all appointed by the King and could be dismissed by him at any […]

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Akbar – Central administration

Introduction: The Mughal kings were not only great conquerors but also accomplished a lot in the sphere of administration. Akbar, however, was the first of the Mughal emperors who set up an excellent system of administration. Mughal emperor ‌The head of Administration was the emperor. He considered himself as the vice regent of God on […]

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American War of Independence

The first continental congress-1774 Rights and grievances were sent to the king urging for the repeal of the intolerable act. The congress urged the colonists to organize local militia and start military training. The delegates agreed to meet in 1775. The second continental congress meeting was to serve as the first union of all colonies. […]

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