Describe the uniform system of administration established by the Mughals.
The uniform system of administration established by the Mughals was a combination of both Indian and Persian systems. They believed in the supreme authority of the king.
A strong army and efficient ministers assisted the emperor. The whole empire was divided into Subas (provinces) which were governed by Subedars (governors). The diwan was the collector of land revenue. The kotwal looked after the law and order in the city.