Early Muslim Rule and Despotism in Medieval India
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Akbar was by nature a man of liberal ideas and his outlook on social and religious matters was considerably changed by his marriage with Rajput princess and his constant association with Hindu officers, thinkers and religious victorious armies should in any part of his dominions molest the wives preachers. He introduced a number of regulations to mitigate the evil influence of the un-wholesome social usages that had existed in India since the beginning of Muslim rule. He abolished the enslavement of the conquered enemies and issued an order that no soldier of the and children of the vanquished. A noble person in character, an able administrator, and submissive and tolerant to all religions, he was acclaimed by all segments of his subjects.This book provides authentic information on various salient features of Akbar’s regime. Major topics elaborately treated in this book are: The Age of Akbar,Akbar’s Imperialism; The Last Phase; Administration under Akbar, Religious Policy, A Remarkable King etc.