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Akbar provided full autonomy to the Rajput princes in their internal affairs. The Rajput princes had full control of internal administration. What were the chief obligations of the Rajput states under the Mughals?
  1. Regular payment of tribute.
  2. Maintenance of contingents for the imperial army.
  3. Monthly recruitment for Mughal army.
  4. Circulation of Mughal coins in their territories.


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The correct options are
A Regular payment of tribute.
B Maintenance of contingents for the imperial army.
D Circulation of Mughal coins in their territories.
The Rajput states under the Mughals had three chief obligations - regular payment of tribute, maintenance of contingents for the imperial army, and the circulation of Mughal coins within their territories. This policy of Akbar was a milestone in his achievements. It successfully ended the centuries-old animosity that existed between the Muslim rulers and the Rajputs, and this led to the growth of a composite culture.

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