The medieval Hindu ruler who was a contemporary of Akbar, and took the title of vikramaditya was

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The medieval Hindu ruler who was a contemporary of Akbar, and took the title of vikramaditya was
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Hemachandra (Hemu)
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Hemachandra (Hemu)
a

  Raja Man Singh (of Amber)

b

 Rana Pratap (of Mewar)

c

 Hemachandra (Hemu)

d

 Sadasiva Raya (of Vijayanagar)

Answer : C
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