Three centuries after his death, the name of Aurangzeb still evokes hatred and revulsion in India. His name is equated with intolerance and... ...http://newindianexpress.com/education/student/Historys-Most-Hated-Mughal-Emperor/2013/12/05/article1928065.ece
Harem. The word evokes pictures of beautiful, silk clad women with long dark hair and troubled eyes idling their day away, waiting for the summons... ...http://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/gypsy-queen/article5421792.ece
If History is your pet subject and the Mughal era happens to be your favourite area of study, then this exhibition is meant just for you. Roli... ...http://www.deccanherald.com/content/372573/vignettes-bring-alive-mughal-era.html
The tiger has captured the imagination of human beings from the beginning of recorded history. It has been feared, worshipped, admired, hunted,... ...http://ibnlive.in.com/news/book-extract-tiger-fire-by-valmik-thapar/437328-40-102.html
In 1527, a land grant, possessing Mughal emperor Babur's "dynastic seal", assigned an annual living allowance of 5,000 copper coins to a Muslim... ...http://www.indianexpress.com/news/royal-treatment-almost/1201998/
This book, written by Mujahidul Ahsan...