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    Babur’s narrative is in more detail and is significantly longer than Banarsidas’ stanzas. Banarsidas writes in meter for simple poetry and a vernacular language for easy reading for his literate, yet limitedly educated audience. The Jain did educate their children but only taught basic reading and arithmetic. The Baburnama was written in Babur’s own vernacular to record Babur’s experiences for posterity. The separate intentions sets the two autobiographies apart in content. As a military leader, Babur wrote about his conquests as main events of his life. Babur wrote to preserve his history for his sons’ sons and Banarsidas only had friends and family dedicate his life’s work to. Banarsidas, however scantly, included his wives, sisters, and mother in his chronicle; comparatively, Babur mostly discussed his campaigns, nobles, and sons. The two accounts differ greatly because of their dissimilar lives, Banarsidas was a layman that once warded off robbers by pretending to be a Brahmin. Babur never had to suffer such fate as the founder of an empire.…

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    Babur Analysis

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    Babur is a 21 year old man who has a mental age of 17 and emotional age of 16. He lives in Agra, India and works as an Imperial Guard for the Great Walled City of Agra with his best friend Humayun. He has a mom and dad who both love him for he is a single child. Most of the time Babur is happy and energetic. Just like most of the people in his city he is very religious but does not place religion above all else. Every since Babur was little he's been an extremely talkative extrovert. Babur is…

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    Mughal Garden Essay

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    The love of gardening displayed by the Muslim Kings in Indian, particularly the Mughal Emperors, had an enduring impression on the taste of the people of India. When the great Mughals came and conquered India and consolidated their power there, they carried the art of gardening like other fine arts to the highest pitch ever attained by it before. The greatest epoch of the Mughals was spread over the reign of six Emperors from Babar to Aurangzeb. During this time the successive Emperors, their…

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    Babur considers women wearing jeans in the mosque unethical while the imam (Amaar) is quite flexible and perplexed due to Babur’s demand. Babur’s character portrays the pure conservative Muslim, fighting over a petty issue in a foreign land. Babur’s foolishness, stereotypical adherence to Muslim believes and his eagerness represents the White man’s or oxidant’s view of orient. Babur’s character addresses orientalism in a typical manner as orients are supposed to be…

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    Babur was a descendent of Genghis Khan and Tamerlaine. In 1504 Babur moved to Afghanistan and then India. In 1526 he took over the Turkic Ghur’iat Sultanate of Delhi, gaining control of Northern India. Under his rule, he allowed various Hindu temples to be built, further implementing their idea of tolerance. Even slavery began to lose importance in the Empire, which helped create peace between the kingdoms . The greatest Emperor was known as Abu Akbar; he is considered one of the greatest rules…

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    an end during the reign of Aurangzeb, the empire saw religious reform in an attempt to rid the sub-continent of hindu influences (Stearns, Adas, Schwartz & Gilbert, 2007 p.589). He did this through reinstating the Jizya and denying hindu’s new temples (Stearns, et. al., 2007, p.589). According to Chandra (1969, p.322) the Jizya was an underlying cause for the collapse of the Mughal Dynasty as is ostracized the majority of the population. Policy of Succession Princely Appanage, by sending…

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    Gunpowder Empires Essay

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    between his sons who craved to take his power. When Aurangzeb became the victorious child, he continued the violence by murdering his brothers. Under his rule, constant warfare continued on, making his subject resentful. This, along with his other policies, led his subjects to revolt and weaken the empire with domestic unreal. India was increasingly divided and weakened, and in 1739, Delhi was ransacked by the Persians. Great Britain took advantage of this long period of vulnerability and…

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    empire that placed Rizia Sultan a woman on the throne. Qutb al-Din Aibak was responsible for establishing the Delhi Sultanate. Shams al-Din Iltutmish father of Rizia then later established a Turkish kingdom. Timur a Turkish-Mongol conqueror launched a massive campaign to invade India, he attacked Sultan Nasir al-Din Mahmud of the Tughlaq dynasty in Delhi leaving the city in ruins”. (Early Mughals, 2013) Zahir al-Din Muhammad Babur fig1 the founder of Mughal empire -he’s also Timur’s relative-…

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    Suleyman spent many hours studying architecture, poetry, history, astronomy, mathematics and other subjects. Furthermore, he employed Sinan, who was one of the best architects of his time. In summation, Suleyman’s citizens followed his lead, as the Ottoman Empire flourished, culturally speaking, under his rule. C) Both Babar and Osman founded their own empires and brought them to prominence. Furthermore, both used their military leadership to expand their empires. As rulers they were distinctly…

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    army 4. Treachery of a commander, Ibrahim Khan Gardi, of the Maratha army Which of these were causes of the defeat of Marathas? 1, 2 and 32, 3 and 41 and 41, 2, 3 and 4 View Answer Q28: Consider the following incidents with reference to the Civil transgression Movement during Indian freedom struggle 1. Chittagong armoury raid 2. refusal of a platoon of Garhwal troops to open fire on a batch of Khudai Khidmatgars 3. Strike of textile workers in Sholapur involving attacks on government house and…

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