Akbar Akbar ascended the throne of Mughal Empire at when he was just a teenager. He was the son of Humayun and grandson of Babur. Early career: The empire that he inherited consisted loosely of Delhi, Agra and the Punjab. Soon after the death of Humayun, power conflict arose over the Delhi … [Read more...] about Short Essay on Akbar: Early career, Reign, Rajput policy and Conclusion
History of Mughal Empire
Jahangir (also Nur-ud-din Mohammad Salim, Prince Salim) was the fourth Emperor of Mughal Empire. After Akbar’s death, his eldest son Salim sat on the throne. Prince Salim was now known as Jahangir who not only kept intact the conquests of his father, but even added to them. His mother was Jodha … [Read more...] about Short Paragraph on Jahangir (Nur-ud-din Mohammad Salim)
Second Battle of Panipat The second battle of Panipat was won by the Mughal Army of Akbar. The battle took place between the armies of Mughal Emperor Akbar and King Hemu. The war took place on 5th November, 1556. Having consolidated his position in Delhi and Agra, Hemu decided to send an army to … [Read more...] about Who won the Second Battle of Panipat?
Mughal Emperor Akbar occupies the first place not only in point of time but also in respect of the measure of his greatness. He was a great genius endowed with such clear insight into public affairs that he could easily fix upon the right mode and psychological moment of doing a thing. His … [Read more...] about Importance of Akbar (Mughal Emperor)
Jama Masjid (Delhi) The Jama Masjid in Delhi was built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan. It is the largest mosque in India. Its foundation was laid on October 4, 1650 A.D. Architecture The main architect was Ustad Khalil. Five thousand workmen were daily employed on it. It was completed in six … [Read more...] about Architecture of Jama Masjid (Delhi)