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Abul Fazl (1551-1602) Persian scholar and Akbar's biographer. His work Ain-i-Akbari remains a great source of historical reference on the Mogul king Akbar
Agra City in the state of Uttara Pradesh where the Taj Mahal is located; located also here are Sikandera, the tomb of Mogul emperor Akbar
Akbar, Jalaluddin (1542-1605), also known as Akbar the Great, built the mighty Mogul empire [more]
Aurangabad City in the state of Maharashtra well known for the tomb of Mogul emperor Aurangjeb
Babar Zahirudin (1483-1530) Founder of the Mogul dynasty, which ruled India for three centuries [more]
Bahadur Shah Eldest son of Mogul emperor Aurangjeb who inherited India [more]
Bahadur Shah II The last of the Mogul kings; captured by British following the 1857 Sepoy Mutiny
Humayun Mogul Emperor (1530-1556) ; son of Babar and father of Akbar the great [more]
Jahangir Mogul king; son of Akbar.
Keladi Chennamma (1691-1996) A brave queen in Indian history who fought the Mogul emperor Aurangjeb; sheltered Rajaram, a son of Maratha king Shivaji
Poshak Dress or attire for men that was popular in India during the Mogul rule.
Shah Jahan The Mogul emperor who built Taj Mahal; son of Akbar; father of Aurangjeb
Shivaji (1627-1680) Great Maratha leader who fought Mogul emperor Aurangjeb and established a Hindu State [more]


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