from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of Mogul.
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- proper n. Alternative spelling of Moghul.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as Mogul.
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The Durrani minting techniques described here can be usefully compared to similar practices in Mughal India and Safavid Iran.
Alam also notes the involvement of Khattris in Mughal administration, and the participation of Mughal nobility in interregional commerce.
Holi procession in Jodhpur recalls Mughal emperor Akbar
2 In a word, the Mughal were the first Muslims to introduce the painted image as an instrument of political propaganda — just like the Renaissance French or British kings something previously unheard of in any Islamic court.3
Born to scholar and secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture Mohammed Asghar Ansari and a "Mughal" homemaker mother, Salma was her parents 'second child.
Outside the religious sphere, courtly traditions, such as Mughal (1526-1756) decorative arts produced in India, are also a strength of the Museum's collection.
Kashmir), Nov 27 (ANI): Omar Abdullah drove on the historic 'Mughal' road today, the road used by Mughal Emperor Akbar 400 years ago to
He manages to touch on the book's humor, its pathos, why it isn't "guilty of 'cultural imbalance,'" and the debate still going on about the significance of the Indian Rebellion of 1857 (for more on the rebellion — or mutiny, or "first war of independence" — see William Dalrympole's history The Last Mughal.)
The city government has re-designed its Web site to provide better maps of monuments such as the tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun.
Outraged at deviations from an inflexible and remarkably uninformed understanding of the religion, these custodians have succeeded in shutting down an exhibition of MF Husain's paintings and forced the Royal Mail to discontinue a stamp showing a Mughal painting of the Virgin Mary wearing Hindu insignia.