Akbar was the son of Aurangzeb and Begum Dilras Banu. Aurangzeb had taken the life of his father, Shahjahan and his younger brothers, from the allure of power. Akbar felt that Aurangzeb could do the same with us. At the same time, the Rajputs had revolted against Aurangzeb. These Rajputs succeeded in getting Akbar to join them. With the help of these Rajputs, Akbar started a battle against his father. But this plan of Akbar did not succeed due to Aurangzeb’s conspiracy theories. Akbar then rebelled against his father and left Delhi.
Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj was the only lion in the whole of India who could clash with Alamgir Aurangzeb. Akbar was aware of this fact. Due to this, Akbar had come to Maharashtra to visit Shambhuraje. Akbar was very desperate to visit Sambhaji Maharaj. Akbar was accompanied by Rajput Durgadas Rathod.
After sending many letters, Chhatrapati Shambhuraje finally met Akbar. Akbar expressed his concern to Maharaj. Akbar wanted to go to Delhi once again and Akbar wanted Sambhaji Maharaj to give his army and money for these things. Chhatrapati may have been prepared for this, but at the same time, Chhatrapati Sambhaji was struggling with 5 different enemies. So Maharaj advised Akbar to wait a few months. Accordingly, Akbar stayed in Maharashtra.
But after a few months, he left for Persia, with the help of Shambhuraje.