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MUGHAL. 1520-1800 Nomads, C. Asia. AKBAR. T oleration Jizya Pro-Hindu. Women?. Child marriages Sati. Agra: 200K Food?. Taj Mahal. DIVISION. Marathas W. India Nationalism Sikhs Blend religions Anti-Islam.
MUGHAL INDIA. BABUR & AKBAR. Babur: Founder of Mughal Empire Akbar (B. grandson) – tried to create a tolerant Islamic empire Marriage to other ethnicities New religion: Divine Faith (incorporated Muslim, Hindu, Zoroastrian, Sikh and Christian beliefs) Tolerant tax laws
Mughal India. Agenda. Bell Ringer: What is an achievement of the Ottoman Empire? Lecture: Mughal India Taj Mahal and Mughal Art, an interpretation of an Empire. The Good, The Bad, and the Leaders of the Mughal Empire. Akbar Primary Source. Aurangzeb Primary source.
Mughal Empire. Overview. Ruled most of India & Pakistan in the 16-17 th centuries Consolidated Islam in South Asia Spread Muslim arts & culture Ruled large area with Hindu majority. Origins. Muslims were in India long before Mughals Arrived in 8 th century Conflicted with Hindus
Mughal Empire. Invasion of India India had been through a time of turmoil Hindus and Muslims fighting over territory Turkish invaders: Hindus treated like conquered peoples. Leadership. Babur: 11 year old Tiny kingdom Effective military leadership Poet, artist
Mughal Empire. The third, and final gunpowder empire. Origins and Babur. Descendents of the Mongols Mixed with culture of the Middle East Sultans in India were weak – India is prime for take over 1526 – Babur attacks sultanate and wins!. Babur to Humayun. Babur
Mughal India. Agenda. Bell Ringer: What is an achievement of the Ottoman Empire? Lecture: Safavid Empire and Mughal India Taj Mahal and Mughal Art, an interpretation of an Empire. The Good, The Bad, and the Leaders of the Mughal Empire. Ottoman vs. Safavid vs. Mughal
MUGHAL EMPIRE. 1526–1857 Mogul (also Moghul ) Empire imperial power in the Indian subcontinent The Mughal emperors were Muslims and direct descendants of Genghis Khan through Chagatai Khan height of their power, late 17th and early 18th centuries controlled most of the subcontinent
Mughal Empire. Early History of the Mughals. 8 th century begins with bloody clash between the Hindus and Muslims In the year of 1000, Turkish armies swept into India and leave the region weak. Over 17 campaigns
Mughal Empire. Intro. 1000 – Turkish armies came into India Delhi became capital of Turkish warlords – Delhi Sultanate 1398 – Timur the Lame destroyed Delhi Delhi eventually rebuilt. Babur. Inherited small kingdom in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan (11 yrs old) Driven south