The coins of Humayun and Babur are almost similar - specially the ones from Agra.
The only way to distinguish between the two is the date - before AH 937 is Babur and after AH 937 are Humayun.
Ilahi Ninth month "آذَر" (Azar) written at the top right side.
"Ahmadabad" mint name written at bottom while Ilhai year (49) on its right side.
Mulher (Mayurnagari) is a village in the Nashik district of Maharashtra, India. Another story goes that Akbar, finding the Indus river impassable, named the fortress Atak, 'the obstacle,' and that when he effected a crossing he founded Khairabad, 'the abode of safety,' on the western bank of the river.
It is located on the right (south) bank of the Mausam River, 3.5 km by road east (downstream) of the village of Vide Digar and the Haranbari Dam. Attock is located on the bank of the Indus, 80 km (50 mi) from Rawalpindi, 100 km (62 mi) from Peshawar, and 10 km (6 mi) from the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra.
Ilahi Third month "خوُرداد" (Khurdad) written at the top right side.