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SHEEP EMPIRE
MUGHAL GARDEN
SIR THOMAS ROE
ASMA JAHANGIR
BRITISH
ORDER
COMPANY
HONOR
KINGDOM
MARRIAGE
JAMES
SUCCESSFUL
BATTLE
POWER
TOMB
CHINESE GOVERNMENT
DELHI
MEMOIRS
PAKISTAN
INDIAN GOVERNMENT
ISLAM
SUNNI ISLAM
ALCOHOL ABUSE
MUGHAL EMPIRE
GURU ARJAN DEV
JHELUM RIVER
SALIM
NUR JAHAN
EMPEROR JAHANGIR
EMPEROR
KING
FATHER
INDIA
KASHMIR
DEATH
THRONE
SON JAHANGIR
SON
REIGNS
REIGN
ANARKALI
LAHORE
MUGHALS
MUGHAL EMPEROR JAHANGIR
MUGHAL EMPEROR
SHAH JAHAN
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Definitions

  1. Jahangir, the laid back emperor died in 1627 from alcohol abuse and Prince Khurram–Shah Jahan’s reign as the emperor began.
  2. Jahangir is the central figure in the development of the Mughal garden.
  3. Jahangir (1569-1627) was the fourth Mughal emperor of India.
  4. Jahangir was a good writer and loved nature. (Web site)
  5. Jahangir, the son of Mughal Emperor Akbar and Rajput princess Mariam-uz-Zamani, ruled the empire from 1605–1627. (Web site)

Sheep Empire

  1. Turkomans of the White Sheep empire, Hamza overthrown by Jahangir a son of Ali Beg. (Web site)

Mughal Garden

  1. A mint constructed by Akbar, a beautiful Mughal garden and a remarkable monument with painted 'chhatris' and wall built by Jahangir, are other attractions.

Sir Thomas Roe

  1. One of the first contacts between the Mughal King Jahangir and Sir Thomas Roe took place here in 1616.

Asma Jahangir

  1. As Asma Jahangir, a prominent lawyer in Lahore, told me: "Until now, Pakistanis have hated the American government but not the American people. (Web site)

British

  1. It was protected by a number of gates named after its winners like Jahangir, Ranjit Singh and the British.
  2. In 1612 the Mughal emperor Jahangir received Sir Thomas Roe, the first ambassador of the British to Indian aristocracy. (Web site)

Order

  1. It stops there because Abu’l Fazl was assassinated at the order of Jahangir, Akbar’s son and heir on August 12, 1602.

Company

  1. In 1617, the Company was given trade rights by Jahangir the Mughal Emperor.

Honor

  1. At that time, it was also known as Jahangir Nagar in honor of Mughal Emperor Jahangir.

Kingdom

  1. Jahangir also became interested in the kingdom of Trigarth of Kangra. (Web site)

Marriage

  1. In 1586, Jodhabai arranged a marriage of her son, Prince Salim (later Jahangir), to Man Singh's sister Princess Manmati, who was the mother of Prince Khusro.

James

  1. In 1614 Sir Thomas Roe was instructed by James I to visit the court of Jahangir, the Mughal emperor of Hindustan. (Web site)
  2. In 1615, Sir Thomas Roe was instructed by James I to visit the Mughal emperor Jahangir (who ruled over most of the subcontinent, along with Afghanistan).

Successful

  1. This mission was highly successful and Jahangir sent a letter to James through Sir Thomas Roe.
  2. Hawkins was rebuffed by Jahangir, but Sir Thomas Roe, who presented himself before the Mughal Emperor in 1617, was rather more successful. (Web site)

Battle

  1. In 1600AD, his son and eventual successor, Jahangir rebelled against Akbar when he away in the Deccan engaged in battle. (Web site)
  2. Captain Mohiuddin Jahangir, who died in battle, was awarded the highest honor (Bir Shrestho) by the Bangladesh government after the war.

Power

  1. Jahangir, Timur was ultimately succeeded in power by his son Shah Rukh. (Web site)

Tomb

  1. Although rarely visited, the future great Mughal builders like Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan emulated the architecture of this tomb.
  2. Noor Jehan died in 1645 and is buried at Shahdara in Lahore, next to her husband at the Tomb of Jahangir.

Chinese Government

  1. Incidentally the Chinese Government also told the UN expert Ms. Jahangir that Gendun Choekyi Nyima is not the Panchen Lama but an ordinary Tibetan boy.

Delhi

  1. AD 1605 Shortly after the accession of Jahangir, hi son Khusro revelled and leaving Agra, withdrew to Lahore via Delhi. (Web site)

Memoirs

  1. Jahangir had kept a diary that can pass marginally as memoirs.

Pakistan

  1. Asma Jahangir is a leading human rights advocate in Pakistan.

Indian Government

  1. The city, thus peacefully acquired, remained tinder the Indian government until 1622, when Jahangir lost it.

Islam

  1. Jahangir promised to protect Islam and granted general amnesty to his opponents. (Web site)

Sunni Islam

  1. The son of a Hindu Rajput mother who converted to Islam, Jahangir made the precepts of Sunni Islam the cornerstone of his state policies. (Web site)

Alcohol Abuse

  1. Jahangir, died in 1627 from alcohol abuse and Prince Khurram(Shah Jahan)’s reign as the emperor began.
  2. Jahangir, the laid back emperor died in 1627 from alcohol abuse and Shah Jahan (1627 - 1666) succeeded him.

Mughal Empire

  1. The Mughal Empire reached its pinnacle during Jahangir and Shah Jahan’s rule.

Guru Arjan Dev

  1. The Fifth Guru - Guru Arjan Dev because of the fine on him by Jahangir as he sheltered his fleeing rival (Dara?) at Amritsar.

Jhelum River

  1. It is around 135 km long and 32 km wide, formed by the Jhelum River.[ 31] It was called as "Paradise on Earth" by Jahangir.

Salim

  1. The first male child was born to his Rajput wife and was named Salim (later Jahangir) in honor of Chisti. (Web site)

Nur Jahan

  1. Nur Jahan was the real power behind Jahangir. (Web site)

Emperor Jahangir

  1. In 1606 when prince Khusro revolted against Emperor Jahangir, he tried to reach Rohtas Fort to get the help of Hasan Beg. (Web site)

Emperor

  1. The third, Salim, later known as Emperor Jahangir, was frequently in rebellion against his father, as some rumours go, for his love.
  2. In 1612, during Emperor Jahangir 's reign, the defeat of Sylhet completed the Mughal conquest of Bengal, except for Chittagong.
  3. Saif was honored with the title of “MURTAZA KHAN”, and emperor Jahangir granted him with lot of money and areas as jagir.

King

  1. This mission was highly successful and Jahangir sent a letter to the King through Sir Thomas Roe.

Father

  1. His own father, Jahangir, had already handicapped Khusrau, when the son aspired to unseat the father.
  2. Jahangir explained that a king should consider no man his relation and sovereignty did not regard the relation between father and son.
  3. Khuram, the second son of Jahangir, who succeeded his father under the title of Shah Jahan, had a Hindu mother, and two Hindu grandmothers.

India

  1. He was also the first husband of Nur Jahan (Mehrunissa), who later married Jahangir and became Empress of India. (Web site)
  2. Not much is known of the history of the gem, but for one reference from the court of Jahangir, the Mughul Emperor of India, dated 1616. (Web site)

Kashmir

  1. Things became so bad that Jahangir had to resort to the extreme measure of kidnapping his own grandchildren away to Kashmir with him to stop his son. (Web site)

Death

  1. Even while very young, he could be pointed out to be the successor to the Mughal throne after the death of Jahangir.
  2. Turkomans of the White Sheep empire, Death of Jahangir; accession of his son Uzun Hasan. (Web site)
  3. Sant Mian Mir was very friendly with Guru Arjan Dev and tried to intercede with the Guru's subsequent torture and death at the hands of the Emperor Jahangir.

Throne

  1. Nur Jahan's abortive efforts to secure the throne for the prince of her choice led Shah Jahan to rebel against Jahangir in 1622.
  2. Because of this constant inebriated state, Nur Jahan, the favourite wife of Jahangir, became the actual power behind the throne[ citation needed]. (Web site)

Son Jahangir

  1. His son Jahangir had a love of gardens and flora and fauna and laid many gardens inside the Red Fort or Laal Kila.
  2. His son Jahangir succeeds him as fourth Mughal Emperor. (Web site)
  3. His son Jahangir completed the construction of the tomb in the year 1613.

Son

  1. Before his death in 1605, Akbar started building the magnificent edifice at Sikandra, which was later completed by his son Jahangir.
  2. In the year 1605, Akbar was succeeded by his son Jahangir, who passed the expanding empire along to his own son Shahjahan in 1627.
  3. It was built by the emperor to commemorate the birth of his son Jahangir. (Web site)

Reigns

  1. Lavish dishes were prepared during the reigns of Jahangir and Shah Jahan. (Web site)

Reign

  1. He lived during the reign of Akbar, Jahangir and Shahjahan. (Web site)
  2. Ahmad Sirhindi wrote to many Muslim notables in the reign of Akbar and Jahangir.
  3. In his reign (1605-1627), Jahangir consolidated the gains made by his father. (Web site)

Anarkali

  1. According to legend, Mughal Prince Salim, later to become Emperor Jahangir, fell in love with a girl named Anarkali as a young prince.
  2. Anarkali and Jahangir, and their story of unrequited love from Mughal times has captured both folklore and Bollywood.

Lahore

  1. From 1524 to 1752, Lahore was part of the Mughal Empire, and from 1584 to 1598, under the emperors Akbar and Jahangir, the city served as its capital. (Web site)
  2. Jahangir died in 1627 and was buried in Shahdara Bagh, a suburb of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
  3. Jahangir died on the way from Kashmir in 1627 and was buried in Shahdara Bagh, a suburb of Lahore, Punjab. (Web site)

Mughals

  1. The opulence of the Mughals had reached its pinnacle during Jahangir and Shah Jahan’s rule, thanks to Akbar’s foresight.
  2. These Gardens were built by Jahangir the Fourth emperor of Mughals. (Web site)

Mughal Emperor Jahangir

  1. A key event providing the Company with the favour of Mughal emperor Jahangir was their victory over the Portuguese in the Battle of Swally in 1612.
  2. Maharana Pratap Singh once refused lunch with Raja Man Singh because he had given away his sister in marriage to Prince Salim, later Mughal Emperor Jahangir. (Web site)
  3. Mughal Emperor Jahangir granted the estate of Sheikhupura to Syed Usman, the father of Shah Bilal, a religious preceptor of the line of Qadiriyyah.

Mughal Emperor

  1. Khan named the town "Jahangir Nagar" (City of Jahangir) in honour of the Mughal emperor Jahangir, although this name was dropped soon after Jahangir's death. (Web site)
  2. The British East India Company had been given permission by the Mughal emperor Jahangir in 1617 to trade in India. (Web site)
  3. King of Amber agreed and Jodhabai became Akbar's queen and the mother of Prince Salim, who later became the Mughal emperor Jahangir.

Shah Jahan

  1. The city was restored to its glory in 1638 when the son of Jahangir, Shah Jahan, laid the foundations of the seventh city of Delhi, Shahjahanabad. (Web site)
  2. Humayun built a personal observatory near Delhi, while Jahangir and Shah Jahan were also intending to build observatories but were unable to do so.
  3. It was known then as Akbarabad and remained the capital of the Mughal Empire under Emperor Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan.

Categories

  1. Akbar
  2. Government > Empires > Emperors > Shah Jahan
  3. Mughal Emperor
  4. Settlements > Cities > Capitals > Lahore
  5. Religion > Islam > Muslims > Mughal Empire

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