||He was the chronicler of Akbar's rule. He authored Akbar's biography - Akbarnama. Abul Fazl documented the history meticulously over a period of seven years.
||Faizi translated the Panchatantra, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata into Persian.
||Todar Mal was the revenue minister of Sher Shah Suri who continued in the position in the court of Akbar. He introduced standard weights and measurements, revenue districts and officers.
|Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khanan
||Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khanan was the son of Akbar’s general Bairam Khan, the person who looked after him after the death of Humayun. Rahim is known for his couplets or Dohe.
||Tansen (original name Ramtanu Pandey) was a great musician who is credited with innovation of Raagas such as Mian ki Malhar, Mian ki Todi and Darbari Kanada.
|Raja Man Singh
||Raja Man Singh, a trusted lieutenant of Akbar was the grandson of Akbar’s father-in-law. Raja Man Singh assisted Akbar in many fronts including holding off advancing Hakim (Akbar’s half-brother) in Lahore. He also led campaigns in Orissa.
|Faqir Aziao Din
||He was mystic and advisor whose advice Akbar regarded respectfully.
|Mullah Do Piaza
||He was also an advisor in the court of Akbar known for his intelligence.
||His original name was Maheshdas. He was a well known court jester.
The nine gems in the court of Vikramaditya were - Dhanvantari, Kshapanka, Amarasimha, Sanku, Vetalabhatta, Ghatakharpara, Varahamihira, Vararuchi and Kalidasa