Whenever you talk about Mughal rulers, or read about them, they are known for fighting, ruling and cruelty, but perhaps you do not know that there was a king of the Mughal Empire who was a great king as well as a ruler who gave equal respect to every religion. Along with Hindu temples, this king had also issued coins “Ram Taka” with the picture of Ram and Sita Mata.
Received the throne at the age of 13
Let us tell you that after the death of Emperor Humayun, his son Akbar took over the throne at the age of 13. Akbar (Mughal Emperor) became a ruler who loved every religion.
He (Akbar Mughal Emperor) wanted to take every religion along with a Hindu temple for Hindus. During his reign, Akbar issued gold and silver coins with images of Lord Ram and Sita. The coins, round and square in shape, had the image of Ram-Sita on one side and “Amdad Elahi-50” in Urdu on the other.
Where is the Ram Taka seal now?
After the reign of Akbar, where is the Ram Taka coin now, let us also tell you about it, let us tell you that now only a few numbers of Ram Taka coins are left Some of the coins are preserved near the Bharat Kala Bhavan museum at BHU in Banaras, while one silver and two gold coins are with the Classical Numismatic Group of England.