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Kandhar and the Mughul Empire | Indian History

Kandhar, situated on the boundary of Persia and the Mughul empire, was always a bone of contention between the two. It had both political and economic importance for both the empires. Whosoever was master of it had the facility to attack the other. From economic point of view it was the centre of the trade between the east and the [...]

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Mughal Emperors and Central Asia | Indian History

In this article we will discuss about Mughul emperors and their attempts to conquer central Asia. Mughul emperors always desired to conquer their ancestral homeland in Central Asia which included Trans-Oxina, Badakhshan, Balkh, Bhukhara, Samarqand etc. Except Aurangzeb, all Mughul emperors tried to occupy that territory particularly the city of Samarqand, the conquest of which they regarded prestigious. Babur attempted [...]

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Deccan Policy of the Mughal Emperors | Indian History

In this article we will discuss about the Deccan policies given by various Mughul emperors. When Babur attacked India there were six Muslim states, viz., Khandesh, Berar, Ahmadnagar, Bijapur, Golkunda and Bidar and one Hindu state, i.e., Vijayanagar in the South. According to Babur, the state of Vijayanagar was the strongest among them. However, Babur and Humayun could not pay [...]

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