Galal El Dine Akbar was one of the most prominent rulers of the Moghul Empire. He lived over India from 1556 till 1605 and was largely mentioned in history for his architectural and political achievements. A large number of tourists who travel to India.
Akbar had good relations with various religious groups and sects. He had his sons and daughters marry from various ethnic groups to maintain good relationships with them, the fact that all historians found to be very smart.
Sultan Akbar was also a great fan of culture, arts, and architecture. One of the most remarkable constructions in India is the Red Fort of Agra, the capital of the Moghuls which he established. The Red Fort is one of the most remarkable monuments that welcomes numerous tourists from all over the world to enjoy a holiday in India.
When Akbar became the Sultan of the Moghuls in 1556, the empire was still not really well established. During less than half a century, the Moghuls were able to conquer and take control of serval parts including Sind, Kabul, Bengal, and Kashmir. Today, the establishments of the Moghuls amaze tourists who travel to India.
The first significant architectural projects Akbar led was the construction of the mausoleum of his father, Humayun, in Delhi. The construction works began in 1562 and the project was completed in 1571. Akbar also constructed the great palace of Agra, which became the capital of his empire. Agra is actually added to several travel packages to India due to the fact that it hosts many historical buildings of the Moghuls.
Sultan Akbar also established many buildings around other cities in India. This includes the construction of many forts in Ajmer, Rajasthan, Lahore, and Allahabad. Tourists who visit India fall in love with the magic, culture, and architecture of the country.
Among the most interesting buildings constructed by Sultan Akbar in India is the Jahangir Mahal, an elegant palace for the residence of ladies. The façade and the interior courtyard were both constructed out of sandstone. The different styles of the palace reflect the cultural diversity of the period of Akbar. Many places around India grab the attention of numerous tourists who travel to India.
Another wonderful example of the architecture of Akbar is Fatehpur Sikri, the city he established to the on the rocky edge located to the South of Agra. This city reflected the syncretic ambitions and plans of Akbar. The ruins of the city receive some visits by tourists who enjoy their vacations in India.
In 1569, Akbar had another remarkable construction established. In thanksgiving, Sultan Akbar, in this occasion, named his son, and future Sultan of the Moghuls, Jahangir, Salem. He also built a shrine for Sheikh Salem, whom he named his son after, a close friend of Akbar and one of the most renowned Sunni saints. A few number of vacationers who visit India would explore such monuments.