Friday, September 10, 2010

Mughal Technology

Fathullah Shiraz (c. 1582), a learned Persian, Indian and mechanical engineer who worked for Akbar the Great, the Mughal Empire, had a gun volley.
Considered one of the most significant results in the field of metallurgy, seamless world was invented in Kashmir by Ali ibn Luqman Kashmir in 998 AH (AD 1589-1590), and twenty other balloons as they were later produced in Kashmir, Lahore and during the Mughal empire. Before that came to light in 1980, it was believed by modern metallurgy to be technically impossible to produce forms of metal, seamless, even with modern technology. Another famous series of seamless celestial globe was created using a method of casting, the Mughal Empire in 1070 AH (1659-1960 AD) by Muhammad Salih Tahtawi (from Thatta, Sind), with inscriptions in Arabic and Persian. And 'considered a great achievement in the field of metallurgy. These Mughal metallurgists pioneered the method of wax, the pr

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