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BIRYANI
MUGHAL OFFICIALS
MUGHAL FUSION THOUSANDS
MUGHAL LEADER BABUR
GOVERNORSHIP
SINSINI
MUGHAL POWER WEAKENED
MUGHAL OFFICERS
MUGHAL AUTHORITIES
FIRST MUGHAL RULER
MUGHAL EMPEROR HUMAYUN
FIRST MUGHAL KING
LODHIS
FIRST MUGHAL EMPEROR BABUR
GREAT MUGHAL EMPIRE
MUGHAL GARDENS
AHMAD SHAH
PASHTUNS
UZBEKS
MUGHAL TROOPS
MUGHAL CAMP
MUGHAL TERRITORY
MUGHAL OPPRESSION
MUGHAL EMPEROR JEHANGIR
MUGHAL DEFENDERS
SUBSEQUENT MUGHAL RULERS
MUGHAL STYLES
MUGHAL STYLE
MUGHAL GENERAL
MUGHAL INFLUENCES
MUGHAL EMPEROR AURANGZEB ALAMGIR
MUGHAL SARDAR
MUGHAL KINGS
MUGHAL ADMINISTRATION
MUGHAL EMPEROR SHAHJAHAN
MUGHAL GOVERNOR
MUGHAL GOVERNMENT
MUGHAL TIMES
PANIPAT
MUGHAL THRONE
LAST MUGHAL EMPEROR
MUGHAL POWER
MUGHAL ERA
GREAT MUGHAL ARMY
MUGHAL CONTROL
MUGHAL INDIA
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Mughal is a Corrupted word for Mongols.
  2. Mughal is the Persian word for Mongol, and was generally used to refer to Central Asian nomads who claimed descent from the Mongol warriors of Genghis Khan. (Web site)
  3. Mughal is a Muslim empire in India the political elite were ruled by Akbar(1542- 1605).

Biryani

  1. Mughal tastes led to the invention of biryani. (Web site)
  2. The Lucknow (Awadhi) biryani is the footprint that the Muslims of the Mughal Empire left on the eastern part of India. (Web site)

Mughal Officials

  1. His two younger sons, both less than 10 years old, were captured (along with Guru Gobind Singh’s mother) by Mughal officials in Sirhind, Punjab. (Web site)

Mughal Fusion Thousands

  1. Jamdani patterns are mostly of geometric, plant, and floral designs and are said to originate in Persian and Mughal fusion thousands of years ago. (Web site)

Mughal Leader Babur

  1. B bur ba Between 1520 and 1526 the Mughal leader Babur made three incursions into India culminating in the establishment of his rule in Delhi in 1526. (Web site)

Governorship

  1. The Mughal Emperor Babur captured the city from Medini Rai, and in 1540 it was captured by Sher Shah Suri, and added to the governorship of Shujaat Khan. (Web site)
  2. During Mughal rule, the governorship of Multan and Derajaat has always been given to these Afghans called Multani Afghans. (Web site)

Sinsini

  1. In the late 17th century, the Jats of Sinsini and Thoon villages rose against the Mughal power.

Mughal Power Weakened

  1. As Mughal power weakened, Afghan rulers took control of the empire's northwestern provinces, including the Punjab and Sind. (Web site)

Mughal Officers

  1. Rajput chiefs served as Mughal officers and administrators across the Mughal Empire and enjoyed much influence in the government.

Mughal Authorities

  1. Arjan was the first Sikh Guru to fall afoul of the Mughal authorities, thus setting the tone for the remaining history of the Mughal Empire. (Web site)

First Mughal Ruler

  1. Babur was driven from Samarkand and initially established his rule in Kabul in 1504; he later became the first Mughal ruler (1526-30). (Web site)
  2. In 1526 Babur, the first Mughal ruler, established Delhi as the center of an empire that would unite vast areas of south Asia for the next two centuries. (Web site)

Mughal Emperor Humayun

  1. Qizilbash warriors accompanied the Mughal emperor Humayun from the Safavid Empire in Iran to South Asia to reconquer his empire from the Suri Dynasty.
  2. In 1541 AD they even fought Mughal Emperor Humayun, though their relations with the Mughals were not always hostile.

First Mughal King

  1. Later on from 1526 when Babar the first Mughal king defeated the Muslim Lodhi Pathan kings at Panipat about 40 miles north of Delhi, a new trend emerged i.e.

Lodhis

  1. The Sayyids and the Lodhis followed next and their rule remained till 1526 when Babur founded the Mughal Empire.
  2. Babur defeated the Lodhis to capture not only Agra but also to lay the foundation of the Mughal empire. (Web site)

First Mughal Emperor Babur

  1. Babur Gardens, locally called Bagh-e Babur, is a historic park in Kabul, Afghanistan, and also the last resting-place of the first Mughal emperor Babur.

Great Mughal Empire

  1. The rise of the great Mughal Empire again lifted Afghanistan to heights of power.
  2. Mughal rule in Delhi continued under a number of weak rulers after death of Bahadur Shah I in 1712 A.D. and the great Mughal Empire disintegrated. (Web site)

Mughal Gardens

  1. Art, literature, and architecture prospered under Jehangir's rule, and the Mughal gardens in Srinagar remain an enduring testimony to his artistic taste. (Web site)
  2. The capital of Jammu and Kashmir and the largest city in the state, Srinagar (1,730m) is famous for its canals, houseboats and Mughal gardens. (Web site)

Ahmad Shah

  1. Ahmad shah however was defeated in his first invasion., Mir Mannu was responsible for Mughal victory and was thus awarded governorship of Punjab.
  2. Ahmad Shah also appointed Najib-ud-Daula as ostensible regent to the Mughal Emperor. (Web site)
  3. Founded in 1412 by Ahmad Shah, the city fell to Akbar in 1573 and enjoyed great prosperity under the Mughal empire. (Web site)

Pashtuns

  1. During the period of Mughal rule over Gujarat, there was further settlement of Pashtuns.

Uzbeks

  1. North were the Uzbeks, west was Safavid 's rule and east was the Mughal 's and local Pashtun rule.
  2. North were the Uzbeks, west was Persia and East was the Mughal empire.

Mughal Troops

  1. Akbar annexed Malwa, Gondwana, and Bengal to the empire, and the Mughal troops made their first appearance in the Deccan. (Web site)
  2. Early in Aurangzeb 's reign, various insurgent groups of Sikhs engaged Mughal troops in increasingly bloody battles.

Mughal Camp

  1. Yousaf Shah rode out to the Mughal camp and capitulated without struggle, demanding only the right to retain the throne and strike coins in his image. (Web site)

Mughal Territory

  1. Aurangzeb, expanded Mughal territory to its greatest extent, but at the same time the empire suffered the blows of major Hindu revolts. (Web site)

Mughal Oppression

  1. As the Mughal oppression found tough resistance from the Sikhs they were the favourite target for the Mughals. (Web site)

Mughal Emperor Jehangir

  1. Shah Jahan was the son of Mughal Emperor Jehangir and was originally known as Prince Khurram. (Web site)
  2. Faiz Ahmed Faiz 1 Mughal emperor Jehangir once called the Himalayan state of Kashmir “paradise on earth”. (Web site)

Mughal Defenders

  1. Now we either fight or die." Marathas now out of any other options, charged the Mughal defenders fiercely and succeeded in capturing the fort.

Subsequent Mughal Rulers

  1. It was taken by the Arabs in the 7th century, and made into a capital by Babur (1504-26) and subsequent Mughal rulers. (Web site)

Mughal Styles

  1. The Alamgir Mosque, blend of the Hindu and Mughal styles of the architecture, is another important attraction of Varanasi. (Web site)

Mughal Style

  1. His exposure in Iran to Safavid art inspired him to recruit painters for the Mughal Empire and thus give birth to the Mughal style of painting.
  2. The fort had many low arches and bulbous domes that characterized the Mughal style during Akbar’s reign.
  3. Safdarjung's Tomb Representing the last phase of the Mughal style of architecture, Safdarjang's Tomb stands in the centre of an extensive garden.

Mughal General

  1. On the assurance of the mughal general that only fort is required., Guru Gobind Singh evacuated the fort but Mughal forces chased him.
  2. One fort on the outskirts of Pune, Kondana, was still under the control of a Mughal general. (Web site)

Mughal Influences

  1. Primarily a temple ritual, the dance form later changed to fit royal court entertainment, mainly due to the Persian and Mughal influences. (Web site)

Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir

  1. The Sikhs established their Empire in the Punjab after the death of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir in 1707. (Web site)

Mughal Sardar

  1. The fort was already under siege by another Mughal sardar named Surve.

Mughal Kings

  1. Mughal kings were the great patrons of art and literature and it was under their rule that Urdu language reached its zenith.
  2. The later Mughal kings added the spectacular buildings, gardens and pavilions that make the Fort an outstanding monument.
  3. Mughal kings ruled Kashmir from Delhi through their Subedars. (Web site)

Mughal Administration

  1. By the 16th century, the Mughal Empire controlled Bengal, and Dhaka became an important provincial centre of Mughal administration. (Web site)
  2. His repeated invasions destroyed the Mughal administration of the Punjab and the rest of Northern India. (Web site)
  3. The Marathas had meanwhile broken the back of Mughal power all over India and the Mughal administration in the Punjab had distintegrated speedily. (Web site)

Mughal Emperor Shahjahan

  1. In 1639, Mughal emperor Shahjahan built a new walled city in Delhi which served as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1649 to 1857. (Web site)
  2. It was established in 1650, when Mughal Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi, as an accompaniment to the fort.

Mughal Governor

  1. The Mughal Governor of Bihar, Munim Khan became nonchalant and Mukundadeva confronted the invasion of Bengal single-handed. (Web site)
  2. In 1737, he received permission from Mughal governor of Punjab, Zakarya Khan for celebrating Diwali at Golden Temple for a massive tax of Rs.
  3. When Mughal Governor of Kashmir resorted to forcible conversion of Hindus, Guru Tegh Bahadur decided to fight it out.

Mughal Government

  1. Under Aurangzeb, who fanatically tried to suppress non-Muslim practices, the Sikhs were persecuted viciously by the Mughal government. (Web site)
  2. Mughal Emperor, Shahjahan began constructing Red Fort in Old Delhi in 1638 so that it could function as a center for Mughal government. (Web site)

Mughal Times

  1. Persian was the official language during Mughal times before British colonial rule. (Web site)
  2. The museum contains weapons dating back to Mughal times and some portraits of the ruling houses of the Punjab and a replica of the diamond Kohinoor. (Web site)

Panipat

  1. In 1556, Akbar defeated the Afghans at Panipat and thus secured Mughal rule.
  2. On the way to Panipat he had scared away the Mughal governor in Agra and occupied it.
  3. Third battle of Panipat The Mughal power in northern India had been declining since the reign of Aurangzeb, who died in 1707.

Mughal Throne

  1. The heir to the Mughal throne, 13 year old Akbar was then campaigning in Punjab with his chief minister Bairam Khan. (Web site)
  2. However, Aurangzeb, had to raise the siege and rush to the north for the war of succession to the Mughal throne. (Web site)
  3. Sujan Singh (1700-35) formally broke the connection with the Mughal throne and from 1719 based himself within his kingdom. (Web site)

Last Mughal Emperor

  1. The last Mughal emperor to occupy the fort was Bahadur Shah II "Zafar". (Web site)
  2. Badshahi Masjid - The Punjabi mosque of the moghal empire built by the last mughal emperor, Aurangzeb.
  3. Even in the case of north India, the official language continued as Persian down to the days of the last Mughal emperor. (Web site)

Mughal Power

  1. The victory of Akbar at the Battle of Panipat in 1556 was the real restoration of the Mughal Power in India.
  2. Despite being the seat of Mughal power and its defensive capabilities, the Red Fort was not defended during the 1857 uprising against the British.
  3. Akbar, the son of Humayun and the greatest of the Mughal emperors, reestablished Mughal power in India. (Web site)

Mughal Era

  1. The Fort was extensively refurbished, extended and upgraded during the Mughal era. (Web site)
  2. The Mughal era is an historic period of the Mughal Empire in India.
  3. By the light of renowned Tapas Sen, the rise and fall of Delhi from Indraprastha to Mughal era becomes live in Sound & Light show, duration of which is 1 hr. (Web site)

Great Mughal Army

  1. He defeated the great Mughal army of Mohammad Shah at the Battle of Karnal, February 24 1739. (Web site)

Mughal Control

  1. Maratha raids into Berar, Kandesh, Gujarat and Malwa resumed after the death of Aurangzeb, and loosened Mughal control in the Deccan.
  2. One fort on the outskirts of Pune, Kondana, was still under Mughal control. (Web site)
  3. The collapse of Mughal control in India, however, also facilitated the rise of rulers other than Ahmad Shah. (Web site)

Mughal India

  1. Rallying Pashtun tribes and allies, he pushed east towards the Punjab in Mughal India and west towards the disintegrating Afsharid Empire.
  2. Francois Bernier, traveled and chronicled Mughal India during the war of succession, notes both Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb's distaste for Christians.
  3. Iran was traditionally allied with Mughal India against the Uzbeks, who coveted the province of Khorasan. (Web site)

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