Which of the following historians were the contemporaries of Akbar?
I. Abul Fazl
II. Badauni
III. Mulla Daud
IV. Nizamuddin Ahmad
V. Muhammad Khan
VI. Abdul Hamid Lahori

A) I, II, III and IV

B) Iv, V and VI

C) II, II and VI

D) Allof the above

Correct Answer:
A) I, II, III and IV

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