Akbar's tomb is the tomb of the Mughal emperor, Akbar and an critical Mughal architectural masterpiece. It became built in 1604–1613 and is located in 119 acres of grounds in Sikandra, a sub of Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. The tomb's creation changed into completed by using his son prince Salim additionally called Jahangir. Akbar deliberate the tomb and selected a appropriate site for it. After his demise, Akbar's son Jahangir finished the construction in 1605–1613.
During the Islamic ruler Aurangzeb's time, the rebellious Jats rose in opposition to him below the management of Raja Ram Jat, they took the control of Agra fort after defeating Mughal forces. Mughal status suffered a in addition blow whilst Jats ransacked Akbar's complicated tomb, plundered and looted all the lovely gold, jewels, silver and carpets, whilst destroying different things. He even, in an effort to avenge his father Gokula's death, plundered Akbar's tomb, looted it, opened the grave, and dragged out the bones. Aurangzeb became so livid that he captured Raja ram and got him killed mercilessly.