Adham Khan

Adham Khan Koka
Adham Khan (1531 – 16 May 1562) was a general of Akbar.wikipedia
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Maham Anga

Maham Anaga
He was the younger son of Maham Anga, he thus became the foster brother of Akbar.
Her own son, Adham Khan, as Akbar's foster brother, was regarded as almost one of the imperial family.

Akbar

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Adham Khan (1531 – 16 May 1562) was a general of Akbar.
A Mughal army under the command of his foster brother, Adham Khan, and a Mughal commander, Pir Muhammad Khan, invaded Malwa.

Baz Bahadur

Miyan Bayezid Baz Bahadur
They defeated the army of Baz Bahadur, the Sultan of Malwa in the battle of Sarangpur on March 29, 1561.
In 1561, Akbar's army led by Adham Khan and Pir Muhammad Khan attacked Malwa and defeated Baz Bahadur in the battle of Sarangpur on 29 March 1561.

Ataga Khan

Shamsuddin Atka Khan
In November, 1561 Akbar’s favourite general Ataga Khan, was appointed wakil (the prime minister), replacing Munim Khan.
Shamsuddin Muhammad Atgah Khan (Ataga Khan) (died 15 May 1562), also known as Khan-e-Kalan Shamsu'd-Din Muhammad Khan Atgah Khan, held important positions in the court, including that of wakil (advisor or minister) to which he was appointed in November 1561, much to displeasure of Maham Anga, whose son Adham Khan, eventually murdered him in 1562.

Tomb of Adham Khan

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Akbar built the mausoleum of Adham Khan in Mehrauli, where both Adham Khan and his mother Maham Anga were buried. This mausoleum, popularly known as Bhul-bhulaiyan, due to a labyrinthine maze inside, stands on the ramparts of the Lal Kot, located at the north of the Qutub Minar.
Adham Khan's Tomb (Hindi: आधम खान का मकबरा, Urdu: ادھم خان کا مزار, Bangla: আধম খানের সমাধি) the 16th-century tomb of Adham Khan, a general of the Mughal Emperor Akbar.

Roopmati

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Adham Khan tried to take possession of Baz Bahadur's Hindu mistress Rani Roopmati also, but she killed herself by consuming poison.
Adham Khan was prompted to conquer Mandu partly due to Roopmati's beauty.

Mehrauli

Akbar built the mausoleum of Adham Khan in Mehrauli, where both Adham Khan and his mother Maham Anga were buried.
The Adham Khan's Tomb was constructed by Emperor Akbar in memory of his foster brother and general Adham Khan in 1566.

Bairam Khan

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After the dismissal of Bairam Khan, Adham Khan was appointed as a general and was sent to Malwa to capture it.

Malwa

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They defeated the army of Baz Bahadur, the Sultan of Malwa in the battle of Sarangpur on March 29, 1561. After the dismissal of Bairam Khan, Adham Khan was appointed as a general and was sent to Malwa to capture it.

Sarangpur, Madhya Pradesh

Sarangpur
They defeated the army of Baz Bahadur, the Sultan of Malwa in the battle of Sarangpur on March 29, 1561.

`Abd al-Qadir Bada'uni

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According to the historian Badauni, both the commanders, Adham Khan and Pir Muhammad Khan, perpetrated acts of barbaric cruelty, massacring the prisoners and killing even their wives and children.

Munim Khan

In November, 1561 Akbar’s favourite general Ataga Khan, was appointed wakil (the prime minister), replacing Munim Khan.

Labyrinth

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This mausoleum, popularly known as Bhul-bhulaiyan, due to a labyrinthine maze inside, stands on the ramparts of the Lal Kot, located at the north of the Qutub Minar.

Maze

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This mausoleum, popularly known as Bhul-bhulaiyan, due to a labyrinthine maze inside, stands on the ramparts of the Lal Kot, located at the north of the Qutub Minar.

History of Delhi

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This mausoleum, popularly known as Bhul-bhulaiyan, due to a labyrinthine maze inside, stands on the ramparts of the Lal Kot, located at the north of the Qutub Minar.

Qutb Minar

Qutub Minar
This mausoleum, popularly known as Bhul-bhulaiyan, due to a labyrinthine maze inside, stands on the ramparts of the Lal Kot, located at the north of the Qutub Minar.

Aram Banu Begum

He had 2 sons and 2 daughters, Baqi Begum married to Akbar on 1567 by Rani Rupmati; Abdullah Khan married Akbar's daughter, Aram Banu Begum; Sher Khan, to Moti Bai in 1566 was later killed by Emperor Jahangir.

Jahangir

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He had 2 sons and 2 daughters, Baqi Begum married to Akbar on 1567 by Rani Rupmati; Abdullah Khan married Akbar's daughter, Aram Banu Begum; Sher Khan, to Moti Bai in 1566 was later killed by Emperor Jahangir.

Man Singh I

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The other daughter married Raja Man Singh I, a general and king of Jaipur.