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The auhor of 'Ain-i-Akbari' was
1. Badayuni
2. Abul Fazl
3. Shaikh Mubarak
4. Faizi

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Correct Answer - Option 2 : Abul Fazl

The correct answer is Abul Fazl.

  • The author of 'Ain-i-Akbari' was Abul Fazl.
  • He also wrote the Akbar Nama.
    • The Akbarnama which means 'Book of Akbar', is an official biographical account of Akbar.
  • Akbar had nine ministers in his court, who were called his Navratnas or '9 gems'.
    • Abul Fazl is one of the Nine Jewels.

  • Panchatantra was translated into Persian by Faizi.
    • Shaikh Mubarak, popularly known by his pen-name, Faizi was a poet and scholar of late medieval India whose ancestors hailed from Yemen.
  • Badayuni is a historian and translator living in the Mughal Empire.
    • He translated the Hindu works, the Ramayana, and the Mahabharata.
  • The word 'Taunhid-i-Ilahi' was used by Abul Fazl and Badayuni for the so-called new religion of Akbar.
  • The navaratnas in Akbar’s court are- Abul Fazl, Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana, Birbal, Mulla Do-Piyaza, Faizi, Raja Man Singh, Raja Todar Mal, Fakir Aziao-Din and Tansen.

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