Mirza Muhammad Hakim

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Mirza Muhammad Hakim
Born 29 April 1553
Kabul, Mughal Empire, now Afghanistan
Died 10 October 1585 (aged 32)
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Shahzada Mirza Muhammad Hakim (29 April 1553 – 10 October 1585[1]), sometimes known simply as Mirza Hakim, short: Mirza, was the second son of Mughal emperor Humayun. He ruled Kabul in Afghanistan, and often conflicted with his elder brother emperor Akbar. Mirza Hakim later on mended ways with Emperor Akbar. He is the son of Mah Chuchak Begum. He is known for writing Tajdar-e-Haram(King of the Sanctuary)

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