Jodha Bai, also known as Maharani Jodha or Jodha Akbar, was a Rajput princess who became the third wife of the Mughal emperor Akbar. She was the daughter of Raja Bharmal of Amer, and she was married to Akbar in 1562.
Jodha Bai was a wise and compassionate woman, and she played an important role in Akbar’s reign. She was a skilled diplomat and helped to promote peace and understanding between Hindus and Muslims. She was also a patron of the arts and sciences, and she helped to introduce Hindu culture to the Mughal court.
Jodha Bai and Akbar had three children together, including Jahangir, who succeeded Akbar as emperor. She died in 1619, and she was buried in the Agra Fort.