Every Monday to Friday if you switch to Zee TV at 8pm, youa€™ll get to watch historical drama a€?Jodha-Akbara€™ produced by Balaji Telefilms.A  The TV series portrays the love story of Jodha and Akbar in similar context to Ashuthosh Gowarikara€™s Jodhaa Akbar.
While we may eulogize for their love-saga through this fictional dramas, the actual truth lies in historical facts which has a€?noa€? mention of Jodha bai at all. As per historians, Hira Kunwari arranged her son, Jehangira€™s marriage with her neice princess Manmati (Manbhawati Bai).
We have been taught that Akbar was a great Mughal Emperor but in reality as per written in the historical books it is totally opposite. Due to the two movies, the legendary Mughal-E-Azam and Jodhaa Akbar (2008) many among us has a false belief that Emperor Akbar had only one wife (The Rajput princess Jodha) and was very loyal to her. In addition, the very existence of Jodha Bai is in question and the one Jodha existed in history ever was Jehangira€™s wife and not Akbara€™s. Do you have any contrary opinion to this post - Do you wish to get heard - You can now directly publish your opinion - or link to another article with a different view at our blogs.
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The chapters of history are filled with the tales of bravery and success of Mohammad Jalaluddin Akbar but at the same time he remained the most controversial Muslim emperor of the age who married to a Hindu Princess Jodha, accepted all her terms and letting her to peruse Hindu lifestyle. The story of Jodha Akbar is not new for the one who have watched Ashutosh Gowarikar’s Jodha Akbar starting Hirithik Roshan as Akbar and Ashwariya Rai Bachpan as Rajput princesss Jodha but this time you will see actor Rajat Tokas in the main lead protagonist playing the character of Mohammad Jalaluddin Akbar and Paridhi Sharma as Jodha.
So it’s time to take a break from the traditional saas bahu quarrels and stories of emotional tragedies and gear up for a love based historical drama, Jodha Akbar that will surely take you back in the Mughal times when elephants and horses were used as common transport and bow & arrow were the most dangerous weapons of war.
Zee TV’s Jodha Akbar not only portrayed the hard and arrogant Emperor and the pure and powerful Queen,but also went on to bring to the audience a love story that was so far only graced by the viewers on big screen. The original story of the Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth-century love story about a political marriage of convenience between a Mughal emperor, Akbar and a Rajput princess, Jodha. Through a clever blend of politics, frightening and strong force, Akbar has won the allegiance of the Rajputs.

The story begins with Jalaluddin Mohammad successfully waging war to expand the Mughal empire. Zee TV's Jodha Akbar will bring an adventurous twist for both Jodha and Jalal in the next days. The plot is how the emperor marries the fiery Rajput Princess and embarks upon the true journey of love.
Yes, there is no trace of Akbara€™s favorite wife or loved one – Neither in ancient literature nor in legendary writings. However, her name is not Jodha but Hira Kunwari, the eldest daughter of Amera€™s Raja Bhar Mal. Then why we as audiences are shown a fake love story which is evidently forged and has no stance? He like other Mughal rulers was in reality very brutal and had no love for Indians or Hindus, forget creating a legendary love story with a Rajput princess.
The historical love based drama is not only featuring the majestic and magnificent rule of Muslim Emperor Akbar but also shading light over his personal life and relation with wife Jodha.
The emperor Akbar is married to a Hindu princess Jodha, who is the daughter of king Bharmal of Amer. If at all there is any claim of his favorite wife then it is Empress Ruqaiya Sultan Begum, a cousin whom he married at the age of 15.
She was Bhagwandasa€™s sister and also the aunt of Man Singh I of Amber who later went on to become one of the Navratnaa€™s in Akbara€™s court. One of Akbar’s intentions throughout his wars of belligerence against several rulers was to gain their sisters, daughters and women. Besides, Akbar most likely in his harem as concubines and wives had near about 300 women, from different races and religions. The truth lies in the fact that the mighty Emperor had 34 wives and 300 women in his harem. But little did Akbar know that when he married Jodha, a fiery Rajput princess, in order to further strengthen his relations with the Rajputs, he would in turn be embarking upon a new journey, the journey of true love. Apart from this Jodha is against his hunting and said him to stop, but he refused her words.

She was his first wife who was not only Akbara€™s chief wife amongst his more than 30 wives but also politically very powerful. In the book, she has been addressed by the title of a€?Mariam-uz-Zamania€? (the lady who gave birth) and not by her name.
So, going by the history, evidence and proofs, Jodha Bai was not Akbara€™s Wife but daughter in law, who gave birth to Jehangira€™s son and Mughal Emperor, a€?Shah Jahan.a€? This fact also appears on page 165 in the XI class NCERT history text book written by Satish Chandra. In Chittor, the Rajput women preferred immolation (Jauhar) than to be detained and insolently treated as prostitutes and servants in Akbar’s harem. Moreover, in his youth, if his eyes ever fell upon one of his Amira€™s wife, he would call her over and the Amir would oblige the emperor and loyally divorce his wife ahead of sending her to his emperor.
Besides, the man who settled for mutah nikah now and then how can ever be loyal, true or real lover? Now, Akbar's biggest challenge lies in winning the love of Jodha, a love hidden deep below resentment and extreme prejudice.
Going by this piece of information, how could he ever love a woman who was traded only for alliance? All images used on this site (barring the ones purchased by us) have been credited with a 'Image Source' and duly belong to their respective owners - they are used for illustrative and commenting purposes and we claim no ownership on them. His empire extends from Afghanistan to the Bay of Bengal and from the Himalayas to the Narmada River. The duo think that they can never be in love and hate each other immensely but with the time they come to know that they have a very deep love for each other.
Jalal will take out the gun and will come to know that Jodha has removed the gun powder and gets angry on her.

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