Khanzada Mirza Khan Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana (17 December 1556 – 1627), was also known as Rahim. He was one of the nine ministers (the Navaratnas) in the court of Mughal emperor Akbar. He is popular for his Hindi couplets (Dohas) and his books on Astrology. The village of Khankhana, named after him, is located in the Nawanshahr district of the state of Punjab (India). Mirza Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khana was the son of Akbar’s trusted caretaker, Bairam Khan. Rahim translated Babar's memoirs, Baburnama from Chagatai language to Persian language. He wrote two books on astrology, Kheta Kautukama and Dwawishd Yogavali. His Hindi works include Dohas, Nagar Shobha, Barvai Nayika-Bhed, Barvai Bhaktiparak, Shringar-Sortha and Madnashtak. He also wrote Shlokas in Sanskrit.
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