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Give reason      1) akbar followed liberal policy  towards  the raj puts     
2)akbar is referred  to as akbar the great
3)land was classified  and measured before  revenue was fixed 

Asked by iffirider1980 7th November 2017, 9:34 PM
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Akbar followed liberal policy  towards  the Rajputs because he realised that the Rajputs are a powerful force in India and it is difficult to rule the empire without their help and cooperation. He thus valued their friendship. In order to further strengthen their friendship, he entered into matrimonial alliances with the Rajputs. The Rajputs were given important position in the imperial court and many Rajput princes were made the mansabdars. By taking these steps, he was able to reduce and end centuries old animosities which existed between the Muslims and the Rajputs. Since the Rajputs were made equal partners in the Mughal government, it greatly helped in the growth of composite culture in India.
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Answered by Expert 8th November 2017, 8:29 AM
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