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Under Akbar, the Mir Bakshi was required to look after

Mir Bakshi in Mughal Empire

Under Akbar, the Mir Bakshi was required to look after

  1. military affairs
  2. the state treasury
  3. the royal household
  4. the land revenue system
Answer: Military Affairs

Mir Bakshi in Mughal Empire was to Head the military department, nobility, information and intelligence agencies.

The head of the military also known as  Mir Bakshi, appointed from among the leading nobles of the court. The Mir Bakshi was in charge of intelligence gathering, and also made recommendations to the emperor for military appointments and promotions.

The mir bakhshi performed those duties which had been the responsibility of the ariz-i-mamalik during the earlier period. Owing to the organization of the civil services on military lines, his power extended far beyond the war office, and some foreign travelers called him the lieutenant-general or the captain-general of the realm.
Mir Bakshi→ Ariz-i-Mamalik → Militaty Affairs

Similar Question

In the Mughal System of administration, Mir Bakshi was

  1. Commandar-in-chief of the Mughal army
  2. Incharge of the imperial mint
  3. Minister-in-charge of Treasury
  4. Paymaster General
Answer: Paymaster General

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