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This study radically re-evaluates the scholarly and intellectual isolation with which the Mughals have been traditionally treated, and argues that the Mughals must be recognized as the primary inheritors of the Central Asian Turco- Persian legacy of their ancestor Timur (known in the West as Tamerlane).  Driven from their homeland in Central Asia, the Timurid refugee community of South Asia meticulously maintained and asserted the universally admired charisma of their imperial lineage and inherited cultural personality.
THE LORDS OF THE AUSPICIOUS CONJUNCTION:  TURCO-MONGOL IMPERIAL IDENTITY ON THE SUBCONTINENT

THE LORDS OF THE AUSPICIOUS CONJUNCTION: TURCO-MONGOL IMPERIAL IDENTITY ON THE SUBCONTINENT

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Subject:

History

Subclass:

Timured/Mughal

Reign:

Alamgir III 2012-Present

Subject Year (Time):

2007

Author:

Lisa Ann Balabanlilar, M.A.

Languages:

English

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-02062021-1037

Date of Creation:

THE LORDS OF THE AUSPICIOUS CONJUNCTION:  TURCO-MONGOL IMPERIAL IDENTITY ON THE SUBCONTINENT
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This study radically re-evaluates the scholarly and intellectual isolation with which the Mughals have been traditionally treated, and argues that the Mughals must be recognized as the primary inheritors of the Central Asian Turco- Persian legacy of their ancestor Timur (known in the West as Tamerlane). Driven from their homeland in Central Asia, the Timurid refugee community of South Asia meticulously maintained and asserted the universally admired charisma of their imperial lineage and inherited cultural personality.

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