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Muhammad Akbar
(1657–1704)

Biographical

The Emperor Aurangzeb's fourth son, he rebelled against his father and joined the Rajputs in 1681. He then fled to the Mahratta Court of Sambhaji and then to Persia. He died on the 1st of March 1704, although the Tarikh-i-Muhammadi states that he died in 1706.

Place of death: Mashhad


 



 

Sources

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. W. Irvine; S. Jadunath. Later Mughals, Vol. 1, 1707-1720. Calcutta: M. C. Sarkar and Sons; London: Luzac & Co., 1922. 

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