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 Jalal-ud-din Mohammed Akbar (Nov. 23, 1542 - Oct. 17, 1605) was the third Mogul emperor of India. The administrative system that he built was copied by the British, and it is discernible in contemporary India.

Free from prejudices and tolerant to men of other beliefs he was able to weld the conflicting elements of his kingdom into a strong and prosperous whole.

This story is based on Jain sources. 

Script: Rajmal Jain
Illustration: Govind Brahamania

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Scanned & edited by Venkitachalam Subramanian. All thanks & credits go to him. 


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