Indian History

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Ministers-Departments

The king was assisted by four ministers in administration. They were:

1. Diwan-i-Wazi: He was the head of revenue and financial departments and supervises other ministers.

2. Diwan-i-Ariz: He was the minister of army. He looked after the matters of recruiting, training, decipline and organization of troops.

3. Diwani-Risalat: He was the minister of foreign affairs and was responsible for maintaining good relations with foreign countries. 4. Diwan-i-Insha: It was the ministry of royal proclamation.

In addition to the above four departments there also exist two other important departments. They were Diwan-i-Qaza and Diwan-i-Barid.

Diwan-i-Qaza was under chief Qazi. Chief Qazi was responsible for the supervision of judicial administration.

Diwan-i-Barid was the department of intelligence.

Barids report the important incidents to the king.