A Demonic Mleccha, Akbar was Barbaric, Cruel Muslim Ruler and NOT GREAT
The world famous historian, Will Durant has written in his Story of Civilisation that “the Mohammedan conquest of India was probably the bloodiest story in history”. Sam Harris has given lectures and written several books that muslims are not peaceful and follow terrorism to spread their death cult. Several west scholars in recent times openly argue that the concept of god in islam is figment of imagination. The history also support their claims.
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India before the advent of Islamic imperialism did had internal wars among princely states – but it was not fought like scavenger dogs attacking innocent animals in night, as mlecchas muslims started doing after they invaded India. There were plenty of wars fought by Hindu princes. But in all their wars, the Hindus had observed some time-honoured conventions sanctioned by the Shastras. The Brahmins and the Bhikshus were never molested. Peasants and farmers were never tortured. The cows were never killed. The temples were never touched. The chastity of women was never violated. The non-combatants were never killed or captured. A human habitation was never attacked unless it was a fort. The civil population was never plundered. War booty was an unknown item in the calculations of conquerors. The martial classes who clashed, mostly in open spaces, had a code of honor. Sacrifice of honor for victory or material gain was deemed as worse than death.
But barbaric muslim ruler ardent follower of islam changed that. They demolished our religious structures, historical places or captured temples to revamp it as their own – this is/was true nature of islam which continues to be so.
- 1 Akbar was Barbaric, Cruel Muslim Ruler and NOT GREAT
- 2 Battle of Panipat and Akbar Becoming Ghazi
- 3 Tower of Heads drawn by Peter Mundy in 1632
- 4 Genocide of 30,000 Hindus by Akbar After Fall of Chitod
- 5 Akbar and New Religion to Fool Hindus
- 6 Factual Conclusion on Evil Akbar, Barbaric Muslim Ruler
Akbar was Barbaric, Cruel Muslim Ruler and NOT GREAT
Shameless Indian historians and film makers, who promote this wicked and mass-murderer as great Indian ruler should be thrashed in the same manner – Akbar used to thrash pseudo-chamchas like them, though being Hindus they were opponents of Hinduism, toe lickers of this cruel muslim ruler.
Akbar was Barbaric and Ghazi
Akbar is considered as the great Mughal emperor who put the Mughal empire on a firm and stable footing, with a reliable revenue system and with expansion of its borders deeper into Indian heartland. There is a belief prevalent in the present day India that Akbar’s rule was secular and tolerant of the native Hindu faith. This belief is fostered by the Indian history texts, Hindi movies like Mughal-e-Azam, Jodha Akbar (Jodha never married to Akbar, even in fabricated history), a TV serial on Doordarshan and the fictional tales of Akbar and his Hindu court jester Birbal. Although Akbar did abolish two obnoxious taxes on Hindus namely the pilgrimage tax in 1563 CE and Jizya (A tax stipulated in the Koran to be paid by Zimmis or unbelievers) in 1564 CE, only to be reinstated and then later abolish, he did this several times, his rule was better compared ONLY to the other Mughal and Turko-Afgani barbaric rules. This article illustrates this with two specific historical events. First, Akbar like all Mughal rulers had the holy Muslim title of GHAZI (SLAYER OF KAFFIR, non-Muslims – infidel). In mughal era, slayer of Hindus were considered as Ghazis. Since India was dominated by Hindu population – with different princely states – fragmented states across India. Like Timur Lane and Nader Shah, AKBAR HAD A VICTORY TOWER ERECTED WITH THE HEADS OF THE CAPTURED/ SURRENDERED ARMY OF HEMU after the second battle of Panipat. Later, AKBAR AGAIN SLAUGHTERED MORE THAN 30,000 UNARMED CAPTIVE HINDU PEASANTS AFTER THE FALL OF CHITOD ON FEBRUARY 24, 1568.
This article also relates another historical event which shows the true dubious nature of Akbar’s religious beliefs which he used merely to suit his convenience.
The Mughal Ancestry
Mughals came to India as invaders, their sole purpose was to rule India and rob off her wealth in most possible ways and promote their barbaric islam religion, thereby converting Hindu locals. Akbar’s grandfather Babar founded the Mughal dynasty. Babar (babur) was a direct descendent of Timur Lane from his father’s Barlas Turk side and of Chengiz Khan the Mongol from his mother’s side. The name Mongol had become synonymous with barbarian by the 16 th century CE, hence Babar was proud of his ancestry from Timur, whose descendents were regarded as ‘cultured Turks’. In a twist of poetic justice, the dynasty founded by Babar became known through out the world as Mughal – an adaptation of Mughul, the Persian word for ‘Mongol'(1). In Marathi also Mughals are referred to as ‘Mongal’ which is close to Mongol.
Babar’s son Humayun was defeated by Sher Shah Sur, an Afgan at the battle of Chausa on 26 June 1539. But Humayun later defeated Sikandar Shah Sur in 1555 to regain Delhi.
Battle of Panipat and Akbar Becoming Ghazi
As per islamic laws laid for rulers, A Ghazi can only rule non-muslims, and to prove that he is Ghazi, that demonic ruler should show inhumane, barbaric traits and kill kafirs to take blessings of *anti-God Allah. (*How can a God order killing of innocent people – in the name of religion. The world is getting aware of this truth. That’s why their so called God is correctly referred as anti-God by most of the recent authors), due to their barbaric past and recent inhumane acts across globe – while composing this, Googling “anti-God Allah” – threw up more than 19 million results. You can imagine the extent to which people (even ex-muslims) think that Islam is definitely not driven by Godly principles.
On 24 th January 1556 CE Mughal ruler Humayun slipped while climbing down the steps of his library and fell to his death. The heir to the Mughal throne, 13 year old Akbar was then campaigning in Punjab with his chief minister Bairam Khan. On February 14, 1556, in a garden at Kalanaur, Akbar was enthroned as emperor. The other rivals for the throne of Delhi were the three Afgan princes of Sher Shah. However the main threat to Akbar’s future came not from the Afgan princes but from a Hindu. Hemu, the Hindu chief minister of Afgan prince Adil Shah led a surprise attack on Delhi in October 1556 . The Mughal forces under its governor Tardi Beg Khan panicked and went into a sudden ignominious flight. This was Hemu’s twenty second consecutive victories in successive battles. After the capture of Delhi, Hemu set up himself as an independent ruler under the Hindu title of ‘Raja Vikramaditya’. At this juncture against the advice of most nobles, Akbar and Bairam Khan took a courageous decision, to press forward against Hemu’s undoubtedly superior forces. On November 5, 1556 the Mughul forces met the army of Hemu at Panipat.
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In this second battle of Panipat, the Mughals were saved by a lucky accident after a hard fight which looked more than likely to go against them. An arrow hit Hemu in the eye and although it did not kill him it had pierced the cerebral cavity enough to make him unconscious. In any battle of this period, the death of the leader meant an end of the fight, and the sight of Hemu slumped in the howdah of his famous elephant, Hawai was enough to make his army turn tail. Shah Quli Khan captured the Hawai elephant with its prize occupant, and took it directly to Akbar. Hemu was brought unconscious before Akbar and Bairam. Bairam pleaded Akbar to perform the holy duty of slaying the infidel and earn the Islamic holy title of ‘Ghazi’. Among much self-congratulation AKBAR THEN SEVERED THE HEAD OF UNCONSCIOUS HEMU WITH HIS SABER (2,3,4). Some biased historians claim that Akbar did not kill Hemu himself, but just touched the infidel’s head with his sword and his associates finished the gory ‘holy’ work. However the latter version seems inconsistent with the events that followed. After the battle Hemu’s head was sent to kabul as a sign of victory to the ladies of Humayun’s harem, and Hemu’s torso was sent to Delhi for exposure on a gibbet. Iskandar Khan chased the Hemu’s fleeing army and captured 1500 elephants and a large contingent. THERE WAS A GREAT SLAUGHTER OF THOSE WHO WERE CAPTURED and IN KEEPING WITH THE CUSTOM OF HIS ANCESTORS TIMUR LANE, CHENGIZ KHAN and Babar, AKBAR HAD A VICTORY PILLAR BUILT WITH THEIR HEADS. Peter Mundy, an Englishman travelling Mughal empire some 75 years later (during Jahangir and Shah Jahan’s rein), found such towers were still being built. (Reference 2 gives pictures of a sketch by Peter Mundy, and Mughal painting of the tower of heads during Akbar’s reign, also shown below). Hemu’s wife escaped from Delhi with the treasure and Pir Mohammad Khan’s troops chased her caravan without success. HEMU’S AGED FATHER WAS CAPTURED AND ON REFUSING TO ACCEPT ISLAM, WAS EXECUTED (3). This is the ‘glorious’ history of barbaric Akbar’s victory at the battle of Panipat.
Tower of Heads drawn by Peter Mundy in 1632
Genocide of 30,000 Hindus by Akbar After Fall of Chitod
Rajputs were very brave and like Marathas they protected their Kingdom from the barbaric mughal rulers for longer time. Despite nearly five centuries of Muslim occupation of India, Rajasthan in 1567 CE was still almost entirely Hindu. Akbar infiltrated the area by marrying into Rajasthan’s ruling houses and by steadily capturing various forts on the eastern fringe of Rajputana. But the senior house of Rajasthan, Rana of Mewar proudly refused any alliance with Mughals. Akbar’s army started a campaign for Chitod in 1567. Rana of Mewar, Uday Singh left his capital, the great fort of Chitod to be defended by 8,000 Rajputs under an excellent commander, Jai Mal, and took himself and his family to the safety of the hills. Akbar arrived on October 24, 1567 and laid a siege of Chitod. Akbar’s huge army’s camp stretched for almost ten miles . Akbar planned two methods of assault -mining and building a ‘sabat’, a structure which provides the invading army a cover of a high wall as it progresses ‘infinitely slowly’ towards the fort wall and tightens the noose around the fort. The mining proved disastrous since an explosion of a mistimed second mine claimed Akbar’s nearly 200 men including some leading nobles. As the noose of ‘sabat’ tightened, Akbar forces lost nearly 200 men a day to musket fire from the fort. Almost four months after the siege, on February 23, 1567, a musket shot fired from the Mughal army killed Jai Mal. Some chroniclers claim that this shot was fired by Akbar himself. With the death of their leader Jai Mal, the Rajputs for a while lost heart. That night flames leapt to the sky as THOUSANDS OF RAJPUT WOMEN PERFORMED JAUHAR (act of self-immolation, the term is a corruption of Jay Har – meaning Hail Shiva). This act of Jauhar gave rise to Sati where Hindu women preferred to die then become s*x object of muslim ministers or rulers. These brave women of Rajasthan preferred jumping into a roaring fire, to being captured by Mughal Akbar and become s*x slaves of his harem like rest of thousands of women in harem. Later events do lend credit to their astute judgement. This was the THIRD JAUHAR IN THE HISTORY OF CHITOD – after invasion of mughals.
Next day the Rajputs under a new young leader Patta Singh donned on the saffron robes – Kesariya, in preparation for a fight to death, flung open the gates of the fort and charged on to the Mughal army. Patta Singh, his mother and his wife, fought war bravely and duly died in the ensuing battle as did many Rajput warriors. Later, the victorious Mughal army entered the fort of Chitod. At the time there were 40,000 Hindu peasants and artisans residing on the fort besides the Rajput army. AKBAR THEN ORDERED A MASSACRE OF ALL THE CAPTURED UNARMED 40,000 HINDUS, some artisans indeed were spared and taken away but THE SLAIN AMOUNTED TO AT LEAST 30,000 (5,6,7,8,9) Akbar was particularly keen to avenge himself on the thousand musketeers, who had done much damage to his troops, but they (remaining 10,000) escaped by the boldest of the tricks. Binding their own women and children, and shoving them roughly along like new captives, the Rajput musketeers successfully passed themselves off as a detachment of the victorious Mughals and so made their way out of the fort (5,6,7,8,9).
The MASSACRE OF 30,000 CAPTIVE HINDUS AT CHITOD BY AKBAR has left an indelible blot on his name. No such horrors were perpetrated by even the brutal Ala-ud-din Khilji who had captured the fort in 1303 CE. Abul Fazl, Akbar’s court chronicler is at pains in trying to justify this slaughter. In the later period of his rule, Akbar later had statues of Patta and Jai Mal, riding on elephants, installed at the gate of his imperial palace at Agra – to continue his effort of converting Hindus to barbaric islam. Although probably intended as a compliment for their heroism, it was open to misconstruction since in the earlier history Jai Chand had placed a similar statue of Prithvi Raj Chauhan at the gate of his palace (as a Dwarpal) at the Swayamvar of his daughter Sanyogita.
Sir Thomas Roe, an Englishman who visited Chitod some fifty years later, found the fort deserted. In fact, it remained a firm tenet of Mughal policy throughout the next century that fortifications of Chitod, which till then was the capital of the then strongest Hindu Rana, should remain unrepaired, perhaps as a lesson to Hindus who dared to take on the Mughals (5).
Rana Pratap Singh of Mewar, son of Rana Uday Singh, kept the Rajput resistance to Akbar alive and tried to reclaim the glory of Chitod.
Akbar and New Religion to Fool Hindus
When Akbar failed to convert Hindus – who preferred to oppose or rather die than become muslim. Akbar thought of becoming another mohammed. In the later part of his rule, Akbar founded a new religion Din-e-Ilahi in which he vaguely tried to combine practices of Islam and Hinduism. He observed Muslim, Hindu and Parsee festivals. He had Jesuit priests in his courts. However, this founder of Din-e-Ilahi was practically illiterate. Till the end of his rule only seventeen nobles yielded to Akbar’s wishes (and pressure) and converted to his new religion, among whom Raja Birbal was one. And the concept of new religion to fool Hindus lead to gradual death of its own. None of Akbar’s children adopted his religion. To top it all, Jahangir, Akbar’s son from his Hindu wife Hira Kunwari, later killed a Kaffir (Hindu infidel) and gained the holy Islamic title of Ghazi. It is indeed false that Akbar drifted from orthodox Islamic practices and became more tolerant of other religions. However, more often Akbar used and twisted religious principles to his own advantage. Let us look at one such example.
Akbar used marriage alliances with various royal houses as a way of expanding his empire. The political advantages of this steady stream of presentation of princesses were incalculable. In the end, Akbar had more than 300 wives. The actual number of women in the harem was nearer to 5,000. Many of these were older women, but there were also young servant girls, or Amazons of Russia or Abyssinia as armed guards, all with the status only of slaves. It was these who, if so required, were the emperor’s concubines. The three hundred were technically wives, even though the Koran limits the number to four. Akbar wanted religious sanction of all these 300 wives. Now as per the Persian Shia interpretation of Muslim scriptures (and also by the present day ‘Mohammedan Act of India’! ) a Muslim can have a ‘Mutta’ marriage with a free women of OTHER religion. A ‘Mutta’ marraige involves no ceremony , but is a private pact between a man and a woman for, officially, ‘a limited period time (as short as one night)’ agreed between them. As per Shia interpretation, ‘Mutta’ constituted a legal Muslim marriage. Akbar used ‘Mutta’ principle to justify his 300 wives. But the Sunni Ulemma (Islamic scholars) from his court disagreed. The arguments between Akbar and Ulemma raged back and forth, until -completing the parallel with Henry VIII- Akbar dismissed the Kazi, the highest religious officer from his court, a Sunni, and replaced him with a Shia who did agree with him! (11)
Later, hypocrite Akbar had effrontery to decree that ‘it was best for ordinary men to to have only one wife’!(11)
Akbar Honored Musicians Provided They Converted to Islam
Navratnas (Nine gems) during the reign of King Vikramaditya (Chandragupta II) of the Gupta Empire.
Kalidas, the most famous among them
Akbar followed the concept of King Vikramaditya and formed his own Navratnas. The only difference between King Vikramaditya and Akbar’s nine jewels was that Vikramaditya never had flattery as the eligibility to promote a deserving candidate as one of the Navratnas while Akbar only liked those individuals as Navratnas who were his stooge and fawners.
Legendary Musician, well known for his voice and music, Tansen was born as Ramnatu Pandey, a Hindu and learned who took gyan of music under the tutilage of Great Sage Haridas. Mehrunissa, daughter of Akbar, wanted to marry Ramnatu Pandey impressed by his singing and music. Ramnatu Pande was forcibly converted to Islam and made Miya Tansen, a muslim, under strict guidance of Akbar. Akbar also included Tansen in his Navratnas – nine jewels of court. Akbar is known to have converted a noted veena player, Raja Misar Singh to islam and giving him the name, Naubat Khan. Naubat Khan was gifted money and felicitated as official Veena Vadak for his conversion to islam.
Birbal – Fawner and Advisor
Faizi – Fawner and Poet
Todar Mal – Finance Minister and Proponent of Jiziya tax removal but reinstalled time and again
Raja Man Singh – Fawner and General Commander-in-chief
Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana – Fawner and Poet
Fakir Aziao-Din – Advisor
Tansen – Fawner and Musician
Mulla Do-Piyaza – Fictional character created to boost self-ego of Akbar
Abu’l-Fazl ibn Mubarak – Fawner and Author of Akbarnama
Weekly ceremonies of forcibly converting Hindus into Islam were carried out by Akbar’s administrators and ministers. Just like during other Muslim rulers, Akbar’s rule also destructed many temples, killed Hindu inhabitants and cows and looted their wealth. Temples were converted into mosques and madrasas or simply destroyed to rubbles. Akbar remain muted to these gruesome pursuits and never stopped his commanders to discontinue the barbarous acts.
Factual Conclusion on Evil Akbar, Barbaric Muslim Ruler
Akbar killed an unconscious Hemu (a Hindu) to become a ‘Ghazi’ at the second battle of Panipat, he later ordered slaughter of all the captives from Hemu’s army and had a victory tower built with their heads. Similarly, Akbar later on ordered a massacre of 30,000 plus unarmed captive Hindu peasants after the fall of Chitod on February 24, 1568. Are these the characteristics of a truly ‘secular’ and ‘tolerant’ emperor ? These events reveal Akbar’s true nature during early part of his reign. Should Akbar be called ‘Great’ and ‘Secular’ only because he was falsely posed to be a lesser despot than the rest of the Mughal emperors ? In the entire Indian history of thousands of years NOT A SINGLE HINDU KING EVER SLAUGHTERED THOUSANDS OF PRISONERS OF WAR. In fact the Hindu virtue of generosity to the surrendered (SharaNaagat Vatsal Bhav), came to haunt them later. Prithvi Raj Chauhan defeated Mohammed Ghori over 16 times and generously let the loser mleccha free each time. This generosity of Pritviraj was paid back barbarically by Mohammed Ghori who after having finally defeated Prithvi Raj once in 1193 CE, blinded him and carried him to Afganistan in chains where Prithvi Raj died an ignominious death. The Mughals were the descendents of brutal Mongol Chengiz Khan and the Turk Timur Lane. The above incidences clearly show that MUGHAL EMPERORS WERE FOREIGN AND NOT INDIAN, AND AKBAR BY HIS ACTIONS WAS NO EXCEPTION. Thus to call Akbar as ‘The Great’ is nothing but an insult to all civilized societies and especially Hindus – who are native Indians. This article also has shown Akbar’s dubious use of religious principles to suit his urge for s*xual pleasures.
If we are to take example from the 20 th century, then even the Nazis did not kill 30,000 prisoners of war in cold blood during the second World War. However scores of Nazis were sentenced to death during the Nuremburg trials for their War Crimes against POW.
Readers are encouraged to read more about the true brutality of Mughal empire. And spread the truth to maximum people possible.
The readers should ponder upon following questions:
- If Akbar ‘the epitome of secularism’ was so cruel and brutal, then what must have been the extent of brutality of Timur Lane, Babar, Aurangzeb and Nader Shah?
- Why Indians are fed fabricated stories of mughal rulers veiling their heinous, barbaric crimes?
- Why not factual history taught in schools? Why Ramayan and Mahabharat were revoked from schools to place these foreigners as role models, was there a ploy to islamize India by their descedants, as dreamt originally by these mughal looters and murderers?
- Why don’t the Indian School texts give these details of Akbar and What else are they hiding?
- Is it because tainted past of pre-independence leader of a party (most ruled in India) had muslim parents or one of his daughter married to a muslim later. So their islamic past haunts them to behave like a wicked, cunning, fanatic muslim who can go any length to promote his religion with fake theories to support them.
- Mlecchas (muslims) who killed our men, r@ped our women, demolished our temples to build tombs and mosques should be given reservations ?
- But then resevrations was supposed to be given to oppressed people and not oppresors (muslims)?
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- The Great Moghuls, By B.Gascoigne, Harper Row Publishers, New York, 1972, p.15
- Same as ref. 1, pp. 68-75
- The Cambridge History of India, Vol. IV, Mughal India, ed. Lt. Col. Sir W.Haig, Sir R.Burn, S,Chand & Co., Delhi, 1963, pp. 71-73
- The Builders of The Mogul Empire, By M.Prawdin, Barnes & Noble Inc, New York, 1965, pp. 127-28
- Same as ref. 1, pp. 88-93
- Same as ref. 3. pp. 97-99
- Same as ref. 4, pp. 137-38
- An Advanced History of India, by R.C.Majumdar, H.C.Raychoudhury, K.Datta, MacMillen & Co., London, 2nd Ed, 1965, pp. 448-450
- Encyclopedia Britannica, 15 th Ed, Vol.21, 1967, p.65
- Same as ref. 1, p. 85
- **REFERENCES, The Cambridge History of India, Encyclopedia Britannica and other works based on Akbar-nama by Abul Fazl.