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Due to the lack of evidence and sources, the story of Anarkali is considered by some to be false for the evidence of her grave and body. Nevertheless, her story has been adapted into literature, art and cinema. There are conflicts among the scholars on the authenticity of Anarkali’s incident. There are many supporting and opposing views such as mentioned below.
William Finch and Edward Terry. His account, written in early 17th-century English, gives the following information. Upon the notice of the affair, King Akbar caused the lady to be enclosed within a wall of his palace, where she died. The King Jahangir, in token of his love, ordered a magnificent tomb of stone to be built in the midst of a walled four-square garden provided with a gate. The body of the tomb, the emperor willed to be wrought in work of gold. Edward Terry who visited a few years after William Finch writes that Akbar had threatened to disinherit Jahangir, for his liaison with Anarkali, the emperor’s most beloved wife. But on his death-bed, Akbar repealed it.