Mogul empire

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Noun1.Mogul empire - an empire established by the Mogul conquerors of India that reigned from 1526 to 1857Mogul empire - an empire established by the Mogul conquerors of India that reigned from 1526 to 1857
empire - a monarchy with an emperor as head of state
Bharat, India, Republic of India - a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia; second most populous country in the world; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1947
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From the Mogul empire' rule seen during mid 1520's to the British colonial rule that lasted for countless years, the nation has faced it all and even come out stronger with every struggle.
Analysts are of the opinion these days that much water has rolled down the Naaf Strait that divides the two nations-which were once bound by the Mogul empire in the yesteryear-and pressures are mounting for an end.
The A'in-i-Akbari is a comprehensive gazetteer of the Mogul Empire at the time of Akbar [r.
The founder of the Mogul Empire Babur was born in Fergana valley, which is shared by Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
After visiting the sparkling marble mausoleum, he noted in his memoir, Travels in the Mogul Empire, 'I decidedly think that this monument deserves much more to be numbered among the wonders of the world than (the) pyramids of Egypt, those unshapen masses which when I had seen them twice yielded me no satisfaction.' Although the comparison of the two monuments, showcasing different facets of human craftmanship, may be unfair, his enthusiasm for the Taj is, nevertheless, unmistakable.
The account Marco Polo wrote of his travels through the Mogul Empire has never been out of print for the last 700 years.
"All the gold and silver that circulated in the world eventually found its resting place in the Mogul empire," he wrote.
With the decline of the Mogul Empire, Christian themes also diminished in Indian art for about 250 years.
PNS Alamgir is named after Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir, who was the sixth Muslim ruler of the great Mogul Empire in the Indian subcontinent.
27 Francois Bernier, Travels in the Mogul Empire, A.D.1656-1668, ed.
In 1576, Bengal became part of the Mogul Empire, and the majority of East Bengalis converted to Islam.
The donations were to enable them to raise an army to defend themselves against the Mogul empire. The Mogul empire was an Islamic imperial power that ruled the Indian subcontinent from 1526.