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He ascended the throne of Mughal Empire in He defeated Sher Shah at the battle of Chausa in After that he invaded India in and defeated his Afghans brothers and became ruler of India again. Humayun succeeded in conquering the provinces of Gujarat and Malwa and remain successful to eliminate the threat of Bahadur Shah. However he failed to consolidate his power in western India. He was ascended the throne in at the age of
His regent name was Bairam Khan.
Akbar ended the regency and proceeded to conquer various important town like Gwalior, Ajmer and Jaunpur. Birbal was the first Hindu who followed this religion.
He was buried at Sikandra near Agra after his death. He used Persian as an official language in India. Jahangir: — Jahangir was the eldest son of Akbar.
His original name was Salim. Captain Hawkins from East-India Company came to his court in He had to face revolts in Bundelkhand and Deccan in the very first year. He built Taj Mahal to perpetuate the memory of his wife Mumtaj. He ruled for almost 50 years. During his reign, the Mughal Empire reached its territorial climax. His reign can be divided into two 25 years periods.
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