Akbar, the Great Mughal

@article{Kumar1942AkbarTG,
  title={Akbar, the Great Mughal},
  author={Raj Kumar},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1942},
  volume={150},
  pages={600-601}
}
ON November 23, 1542, Akbar, the future Mughal Emperor, was born at Amarkot. His father, Humayun, had already lost the kingdom won by Babar, and Akbar's childhood was spent in exile. Humayun reconquered India in 1555, only to die, and the boy-king had to endure five years of regency before he came into his own. He stands out among Asiatic rulers as a determined leader and enlightened organizer. But the man was greater than the king. His interest in religion and philosophy, art and science is… 
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