The Mughals were an integral part of India
Mirza Firuz Shah
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November 24, 2018
It’s not their place of origin but their Muslim identity that makes them ‘foreign’, writes the author of a new biography of Jahangir.
There was a recurring sketch on the old BBC comedy, Goodness Gracious Me, which featured a father who would counter his children’s enthusiasm – whether for Jesus or Santa Claus – with “Indian!”. It was a clever satire that’s grown sharper in today’s increasingly chauvinist atmosphere, but there’s one question now that would stump the father. What of the Mughals? It’s part and parcel of the politics he parodies, after all, that as much as India was the womb for all that is great and good in the world, the Mughals are always and utterly foreign.
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