Man Singh I

Raja Shri Man Singh Ji Saheb (Man Singh I) (December 21, 1550 – July 6, 1614) was the Kacchwaha King of Amber, a state later known as Jaipur. He was a trusted general of the Mughal emperor Akbar, who included him among the Navaratnas, or the 9(nava) gems(ratna) of the royal court.

Read more about Man Singh I:  Early Life of Man Singh I, Conflict With Rana Pratap, Expedition To Kabul, Conquest of Orissa, Governor of Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa, Jahangir and Twilight of Man Singh I, Cultural Achievements

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Man Singh I - Cultural Achievements
... Raja Man Singh was a devotee of Shri Krishna ... Din-i-Ilahi, Raja Bhagwant Das was the only man to oppose this religion ... Later, Man Singh also refused to convert to Din-i-Ilahi ...

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