Friday, September 10, 2010

Early History Of Mughal

Mohammad Zahir Uddin Babar conquered India and its ancestor, Timur Dikhi - Tansoxiana Kat in a house in 1503 by Lang learned money. Then, after losing their first Fergana wandered as a passenger. Wrote in his cell) after receiving in Kabul in 1514 (which indigenous lands, once held by the Turks to regain desired. From September 1519 research Raid began when he visited India and Afghanistan have a common border for abolished by increasing Yusufzai tribe. I'd like to attack and create the base camp in 1524 held in Peshawar.

In 1526, Babur defeated the last of the Delhi Sultans, Ibrahim Shah Lodi, at the first battle of Panipat. To protect your newly founded kingdom, Babur then had to face the formidable Rajput Rana Sanga of Chittor, at the Battle of Khanwa. Rana Sanga offered strong resistance but was defeated.

son of Babur, Humayun happened in 1530, but suffered setbacks at the hands of the Pashtun Sher Shah Suri and lost most of the new empire before it could grow beyond a minor regional state. In 1540 Humayun became leader in exile, reaching the court of the Safavid state in 1554, while its strength still controlled some fortresses and small regions. But when the Pashtuns fell into disarray with the death of Sher Shah Suri, Humayun returned with a mixed army, raised more troops and managed to reconquer Delhi in 1555.

Humayun crossed the rough terrain of Makran with his wife. The resurgent Humayun, then conquered the central plateau around Delhi, but months later died in an accident, leaving the kingdom unstable and war.

Akbar succeeded his father 14 February 1556, while in the middle of a war against Sikandar Shah Suri for the throne of Delhi. He has just won his eighteenth victory at age 21 or 22. It became known as Akbar, as he was a wise ruler, set fair rates, but high. Born into a Hindu Rajput.

It 'was a more inclusive in their approach to non-Muslim subjects of the empire. He studied the production of a given area and tax residents a fifth of its agricultural production. He also created an efficient bureaucracy and was tolerant of religious differences which softened the resistance by residents.

He made alliances with Rajput Hindu-General and appointed administrators. Later, he created his own brand of religion based on tolerance, and inspired by the vision of Hinduism and Islam. After his death, this religion has not become popular, but is still remembered for his noble intentions of bringing people and minds together.

Jahangir, son of Emperor Akbar ruled the empire from 1605 to 1627. In October 1627, Shah Jahan, son of Emperor Jahangir succeeded to the throne, he inherited a vast and powerful empire. Earlier this century, was perhaps the greatest empire the world. Shah Jahan commissioned the famous Taj Mahal (1630-1653), in Agra, built by architect Ustad Ahmad Persian Lahauri as a tomb for the wife of Shah Jahan Mumtaz Mahal died giving birth to her son 14.

In 1700 the empire reached its zenith under the leadership of Aurangzeb Alamgir with important parts of this India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, most under his rule. Aurangzeb was the last of what are now called the Great Moghul king, able to live peacefully texts.

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