Sharif Akbar


Re: Best time of day to visit Dargah? To avoid crowd please visit on Monday-Tues and Wednesday in afternoon.

Who was Akbar Favourite?

The most famous of Mughal courtiers Birbal, the Wise One

One of only three men said to never having incurred the Padshah’s wrath, (the others being Tansen and the poet Faizi), Birbal was also the only Hindu to join Akbar’s Din e Ilahi.

Who did Akbar love the most?

In a marriage of political alliance, Mariam uz-Zamani was married to Akbar on February 9, 1562 at Sambhar, Rajasthan, India. She was 22 days older than her husband.

How many times did Akbar visit the Dargah?

In a similar way, the later Mughal Emperor Akbar (d. 1605) visited the shrine no less than fourteen times during his reign.

Was Akbar a cruel person?

Akbar was strong-willed, fearless and often cruel, but he was also just and compassionate and had an inquiring mind.

What was Akbar Favourite food?

Just wanted to let you know Akbar’s favorite dish was Kichdi (rice pudding) with yogurt. He was not a big meat eater, but more into fruits and vegetables.

Who was Akbar’s first love?

The article features a brief timeline of the first and last love of Emperor Akbar, Jodha Bai. By India Today Web Desk: Popularly known as Jodha Bai, Mariam-uz-Zamani was born on October 1, 1542. Jodha Bai was the daughter of Raja Bharmel of Amer (Jaipur).

Who is Akbar’s best friend?

Birbal was appointed by Akbar as a Minister (Mantri) and used to be a Poet and Singer in around 15561562. He had a close association with Emperor Akbar and was one of his most important courtiers, part of a group called the navaratnas (nine jewels).

Did Akbar marry his mother?

She was bestowed the title of Mariam Makani ( lit. ‘Dwelling with Mary’), by her son, Akbar. She also bore the title of Padshah Begum during the reign of Akbar.
Hamida Banu Begum
Burial 30 August 1604 Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi
Spouse Humayun ‹ ‹ ( m. 1540; d. 1556)‹
Issue Akbar Two daughters
Father Shaikh Ali Akbar Jami
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Was King Akbar handsome?

Movie makers showed the world that Akbar was a handsome man. But in reality, he was not. See image 2, where historian Vincent A Smith describes Akbar’s physical features based on historical records: Akbar was 5’7 in height, slightly crippled.


Many Muslims believe their wishes are fulfilled after they offer prayer or service at a dargah of the saint they follow. Devotees tie threads of mannat (Persian: منّت, grace, favour, praise) at dargahs and contribute for langar and pray at dargahs.


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