Book: Jalaluddin Akbar by Aslam Rahi
Jalaluddin Akbar by Aslam Rahi pdf free download is a biography. He was a ruler in Sub-continent and successor of Mughal Empire. He reigned from 1556-1605. At the age of 12, he became a king. His era Mughal Empire got strength. He found poetry and literature. Also, he had massive respect for scholars, artists and teachers. He found poetry and literature. In the childhood his mostly ministers and advisors were Hindu.
So, he has a lack of religious traditions, and e introduced a new religion named Deen-e-Ilahi. During his rule, Agrah was a capital. He expanded the empire all over the sub-continent. In fact, Akbar was the son of Emperor Hamayun. After the religious efforts of Hazrat Mujadid Alaf Sani, he returned to Islam, and again he eradicated the Deen-e-Ilahi. Although he was true King and a True ruler, in his reign the crime rate was 0% which is now impossible. After him, Emperor Jahangir became his successor.
Aslam Rahi MA is a Pakistani novelist, fiction writer, journalist, historian and biography writer. He is such a big name in Urdu literature. Rahi has put up his all efforts to make research better. In his writing career has mainly focused on history. Moreover, he has written on many Islamic heroes, the heroes to whom we have forgotten. He made his career through his first historical novel and also biography. His writing style is much different from other writers. Mostly when we study history books get bore. But, Aslam has written history in such a way that you will never get bored.
He bends the actual history inform if novel. Rahi waves real history and fiction; it looks like a banging story. His story attracts the writer towards himself. After the history, he has written biographies. These are also awesome. His style of writing biography is also like a novel, a mixture of fiction and his achievements. His famous books are “Hazrat Zubair Bin Awam ” Sultan Salah-ul-Din Ayubi” and many more. He awarded with too many awards. Aslam Rahi buried in Pakistan, his efforts for literature we will never forget.