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    The influence of the political authority of the Moghul dynasty The success of a political entity, is defined to some level by ones use and establishment of a system of social and political authority that appeals to established groups. Babur in the Mughal dynasty improved the social and economic conditions of the dynasty by integrating and appealing to the nobility, clergy and merchants. He emphasized and contributed to architecture, literature, and poetry in a manner that appealed to the people under

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    The Mughals made their stamp on Hindu culture and in Hindu history during the years of 1526 though 1707. The Mughals ruled over India for one hundred and eighty one years and during this time many changes took place. While each emperor made their mark on history, the two that had the biggest presence were the Emperors Akbar and Aurangzeb. These two emperors were almost complete opposites, with Akbar working towards stability and tolerance and Aurangzeb working towards intolerance and destruction

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    The Mughal dynasty reigned from the early 16th century to the mid-18th century and is one of the most famous Empires that maintained great control of the diversified northern part of India during the medieval era. Akbar, the third ruling emperor of the Mughal Empire, understood that for his dynasty to long survive him, he must legitimate his rule and establish Mughal superiority in the eyes of all of his subjects. And so, by reinventing the institution of kingship through Mughal paintings and implementing

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    Mughal Empire Analysis

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    The Mughal Empire is known as one of the most influential empires in the world because the Mughals conquered most of India until the 1700s through their religion. “The Mughal Empire grew out of descendants of the Mongol Empire who were living in Turkestan in the 15th century. They had become Muslims and assimilated the culture of the Middle East, while keeping elements of their Far Eastern roots” (BBC News). Mughals invaded India in 1526 but scholars disagree which time period the empire

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    Kathak in the Mughal Empire

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    The Mughal era, that of an empire filled with incredible wealth and prosperity. Generous patron of the arts, through its influence a huge and diverse culture sprang forth, the product of Indo-Islamic relations throughout the kingdom this culture remains the Mughals legacy. To this day the unique influence of the Mughals on North Indian culture remains present in every aspect of life, from religion, dance, music, art to science and the practices of everyday life. The Mughals took what was ‘Indian’

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    The Mughal Empire

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    The control of India would always be the crowning jewel in the vast vaults of the British Empire. India brought them riches that only they could supply, in spices and exotic food, cotton, silk, indigo dye, tea, and opium. With the help of all these riches it can almost be said that the British Empire was built on the backs of Indians. Due to this fact, Indian independence was a tough issue and England was hard pressed to let her go easily. But India was not always a British colony and has its own

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    The Mughal Empire, one of the largest, most advanced of it’s kind. It grew to great heights and established new forms of trade and technology that would change the way other empires would be. Without the leading ideas and reforms of this man, the Mughals would have found themselves to be lost. Even through times of seeming defeat, and error, leadership would change it all. The leadership of Akbar the Great. He brought the empire to top military standards and made well known, significant social reforms

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    The Timurid Empire that began being shaped on a grand scale far from a plundering martial conquest of Hindustan into a grandiose empire spanning centuries began to take shape during the reign of Jalaluddin Akbar (1556-1605). Over the reign of the king Akbar much of the elite structure of society changed and crystallized into a structured landholding (jagir) and military (mansab) system. The Timurid Empire was agrarian in its base and every subject of the empire was absorbed into these systems to

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    Emily Teach Essay #1 9:00-9:50 class In their times The Mughal and Ottoman empires were some of the greatest and most successful empires of all time. Both empires were lead by strong rulers, Suleiman in the Ottoman Empire and Akbar in the Mughal. However, the Mughal empire failed due to the weak successors that could not unite the huge empire after Akbar’s demise leading the empire to fall apart. The Ottoman Empire success was largely due to their military technology, and equipped soldiers with

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    The Mughal Empire was a Muslim empire that was established in the 16th century and took home in current day India and Afghanistan. In the Mughal Empire the nobles were created from the military aristocracy and the empire also allowed for free expression of religion. The Mughal Empire was a very well off and striving empire until the beginnings of the 18th century. The empire begin to collapse from within due to the empire losing revenues. This in turn caused huge chaos in who will now lead the empire

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