I had been meaning to put this up for a while. An excellent talk by Prof. Ramya Sreenivasan given at Harvard University on March 23, 2012, on the topic "Faith and Allegiance in Early Modern Rajasthan: Perspectives from the Mughal Era." Sreenivasan looks at how court elites viewed Rajput conversions to Islam under the Mughal empire, a topic that has become contentious due to retroactive labeling of nationalist identities.
Akbar presiding over discussions in the Ibadat-khana (from a ms. of the Akbar Nama)
by Nar Singh, ca. 1597 (Dublin: Chester Beatty Library)
Prof. Ramya Sreenivasan's well known publications include:
The Many Lives of a Rajput Queen: Heroic Pasts in Indian History c. 1500-1900. New Delhi: Permanent Black, 2007.
The video can be viewed here courtesy of the South Asia Initiative at Harvard University.