Famous Personalities of India : Abul Fazl
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Abul Fazl (1515-1602) was an Indian scholar. He was a close companion and biographer of the Mughal emperor, Akbar. Abul Fazl was born in Agra, in what is now the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Abul Fazl's biography, Akbarnama (Life of Akbar), was published in 1601. It provides a detailed, sympathetic portrait of the life and times of Akbar. Abul Fazl was a skilled literary stylist in Persian. He is said to have encouraged Akbar's interest in religious matters. Akbar's son, Prince Salim, was in revolt against his father. Prince Salim eventually had Abul Fazl ambushed and killed.

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