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Who were the Navratnas (Nine Jewels) of Akbar's court?

Asked by sk anarkat, 06 Aug '08 09:55 am
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These were: Abul-Fazel - Akbar's chief advisor and author of Akbarnama; Faizi - poet laureate of Akbar's Court; Miyan Tansen - legendary musician, well known for his voice and music; Birbal - known for great wit; Raja Todar Mal - Akbars finance minister; Raja Man Singh- the Kacchwaha Rajput Raja of Amber (Jaipur) who was Akbar's trusted general and Commander-in-chief; Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana - a poet and son of Akbars trusted protector and caretaker, Bairam Khan; Fakir Aziao-Din - a mystic and advisor to the Emperor; Mullah Do Piaza - Akbar's advisor.
Answered by Manisha Mehra, 06 Aug '08 09:59 am

 
  
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