Who was the author of Sirr-i-Akbar?

(A) Abul Fazl
(B) Dara Shikoh
(C) Mullah Shah Badakhshi
(D) Shah Waliullah

Correct Answer : Dara Shikoh
Question Asked : UP Lower Sub. (Pre.) 2002
Explanation : The Upanishads were translated into the Persian language during the reign of Shah Jahan by his son Dara Shikoh as “Sir-i-Akbar”. 52 Upanishads were translated in this book. Lenpool named him “Little Akbar” due to his tolerance and generosity. Majma-ul-Bahrain is original creation of Dara Shikoh. Shah Jahan gave him the title of” Shah Buland Iqbal”.
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