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The Agra Subah was a subah of the Mughal Empire, established in the reign of Akbar and one of the empire's core territories until it was eclipsed by the rapidly expanding Maratha Empire. To the north it bordered Delhi and Awadh, to the east Ilahabad, and to the south and west Malwa and Ajmer. Its capital was at Agra, an important administrative center of the empire which was expanded under Mughal rule.

Agra Subah
آگرا
Subah of the Mughal Empire

Life span?
Capital Agra
History
 •  Established 1580
 •  Conquered by Maratha Empire Enter end date
Today part of India

Administrative divisionsEdit

The province was divided into 13 sarkars during the reign of Akbar.[1]

Sarkar
Agra (capital)
Kalpi
Kannauj
Koil
Gwalior
Irij
Bayanwan
Narwar
Mandlaer
Alwar
Tijarah
Narnol
Sahar[disambiguation needed]

ReferenceEdit

  1. ^ Abul Fazl-i-Allami (1949, reprint 1993). Ain-i-Akbari, Vol.II (English tr. by H.S. Jarrett, rev. by J.N. Sarkar), Calcutta: The Asiatic Society, p. 190