Private Lives of the Mughals of India
Mirza Firuz Shah
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Akbar III 1948-2012
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Rupa Publications India Pvt. Ltd.
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Summary of the Book
This book brings to light the private lives of the Mughals in India. They were a clan that knew how to live it up and their lives could sometimes be considered scandalous. Private Lives of the Mughals in India is a book that does not leave out any details. It talks about their food, clothes, ornaments, intoxicants, amusements, and marriages. The book does justice to the kind of personalities that lived during that time. It is written in a clear and concise manner. Apart from the writing, you will also find some beautiful illustrations and photographs that will give you a better view of the lives that the Mughals lived. This book will be a great read for connoisseurs of the Mughal history.
The birth of the New India in which we live was preceded by the death of a political and social order under which the millions of this country had been mu'tured for two ‘centuries and a half and-which had done great things for them.The Mughal Empire, established in 1556, had united much of the Indian continent under one sceptre, given it a uniform civilisation whose conquering light had penetrated beyond the bounds of that empire, and on the whole promoted th'e general happiness of the people in a degree unapproached except in the mythical past.
About R. Nath
Professor R. Nath has worked at more than fifty ancient and medieval sites. He has extensive knowledge in Sanskrit and Persian. He has authored several books, has done a lot of research work and written many articles. R. Nath lives and works in Agra.
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