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Documents like bainama (sale deeds), hibanama (gift deeds), nikahnama (marriage contract) give evidence of women inheriting and controlling property. These might be findable in the National Archive of India’s online portal: https://www.abhilekh-patal.in/jspui/
“The second volume covers the first forty years of Mughal Emperor Akbar's reign from 14 February 1556 to October 1595. Abd al-Qadir Bada'uni was Eye-witness of Akbar's era. This volume is an unusually frank and critical account of Akbar's administrative measures, particularly regarding religion and his conduct. This volume was kept concealed till Akbar's death and was published after Jahangir's accession (approximately in 1605).”