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Shah Ja·han

 (shä′ jə-hän′) 1592-1666.
Mughal emperor of India (1628-1658) whose reign ushered in the golden age of Mughal art and architecture. He had the Taj Mahal built as a memorial to his favorite wife.

Shah Jahan

(Biography) 1592–1666, Mogul emperor (1628–58). During his reign the finest monuments of Mogul architecture in India were built, including the Taj Mahal and the Pearl Mosque at Agra

Shah Ja•han

(or Je•han)

(ˈʃɑ dʒəˈhɑn)
1592?–1666, Mogul emperor in India 1628?–58: built the Taj Mahal.
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On a tip-off, Band Korai SHO Shah Jehan, along with the police team, raided the house of one Fateh Sher s/o Allah Dad in Kech area of Dera Ismail Khan.
She narrated how Aurangzeb disposed of his brothers, imprisoned his father Shah Jehan and ascended the throne.
He further said that Prince Dara Shukoh, one of the sons of Emperor Shah Jehan grew up under the unmistakable influence of the teachings of the Sufi Saint, Shaik Muin-uddin Chisti.
Shah Jehan Khan, Vice Chancellor, Iqra University Peshawar, Prof.
I came from Khar in Bajaur Agency to examine my 70-year-old mother who is suffering from severe backache but we are shocked to hear about doctor's strike in DHQ Timergara,' said Shah Jehan, an attendant.
Shah Jehan confirmed receiving six dead bodies including four policemen, and 17 injured people.
Those took part in the discussions included district opposition leader Haji Sadiqullah, Shah Jehan, Rashed Khan, Gul Mohammad Khan, Taj Faroosh, Inamur Rehman, Hijabullah, Mohammadi Shah, Syed Ikhtiar Bacah, Amir Sultan, Sardar Ali, Mohammad Khaliq, Javed Iqbal, Wali Rehman and many more.
Byline: Shah Jehan, Seema Anjum Khattak, Sardar Khan, Shafi Ullah, Nasar Khan, Muhammad Tariq and Abdur Rashid
Printed on colourful glossy paper, Khattati ka Shah Jehan is a great tribute to Sharif Gulzar and his work and also presents a valuable record of the history and evolution of calligraphy in Pakistan.
Hardest hit in Pakistan was the northern province of Chitral, where 11 people were killed, Chitral police official Shah Jehan said.
Gulammohammed Sheikh, Jagannath Panda, Anjolie Ela Menon, Shilpa Gupta and Atul Bhalla graced the Shah Jehan hall of the hotel, ranging from oil on canvas paintings to watercolours, prints and sculptures.
Also on the long list of victims were ten-year-old Saifullah Durrani and his brother Noorullah, aged nine - both cousins of Wolverhampton merchandiser Shah Jehan.