Presentation Summary : The Foundation of Mughal Empire The founder of the Mughal dynasty was Babur, who ruled from 1483 to 1530. Babur was not fully a Mongol: ...
Source : http://faculty.maxwell.syr.edu/subasu/The%20Rise%20and%20fall%20of%20Mughal%20Empire.ppt
Presentation Summary : From 1590 Bagh-e-Babur, Kabul, 1504-25 Bagh-e-Babur, Kabul, 1504-25 Elevated view of garden ca. 1916-17 Bagh-e-Babur, Kabul, 1504-25 Leaf from Baburnama, ...
Source : http://www.learn.columbia.edu/indianart/ppts/Babur_JainPaint_Transitions14-16thC.ppt
Presentation Summary : Babur Founds an Empire… Akbar’s Golden Age… - Rules from 1556-1605 The Arts and Architecture Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 AKBAR’S SUCCESSORS (people ...
Source : http://schools.nycenet.edu/region4/gchs/site/globa_2/H2-Complete/Unit%2001/09%20-%20The%20Mughals/09%20-%20The%20Mughals.ppt
Presentation Summary : An early textual references about Mughal gardens are found in the memoirs and biographies of the Mughal emperors, including those of Babur, Humayun and Akbar.
Source : http://www.archidude.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/MUGHAL-GARDENS.pptx
Presentation Summary : Social: Family. The first Emperor was an 11-year old Babur, a brilliant general who, with a troop of 12,000 men, won against a group of 100,000 men.
Source : http://jamcampbell.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/the-mughal-empire-shelby-and-mary-ellen.pptx
Presentation Summary : From mountainous region north of the Indus river valley The Mughal Dynasty Babur - descendent 1. Asian conqueror Tamerlane 2. Genghis Khan ...
Source : http://www.whrhs.org/cms/lib07/NJ01001319/Centricity/Domain/107/The_Mughal_Dynasty.ppt
Presentation Summary : Babur. Babur the first Mughal Emperor, was a descendent of Genghis Khan and Tamerlane. Babur succeeded his father as ruler of the state of Farghana in Turkestan when ...
Source : http://www.whiteplainspublicschools.org/cms/lib5/NY01000029/Centricity/Domain/353/The_Safavid_and_The_Mughal.pptx
Presentation Summary : The Moguls under Babur and Akbar were characterized by religious tolerance, toleration of political administration, and military superiority (use of artillery).
Source : http://msgleasonsurrattsville.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/ottoman-safavid-and-mughal-empires.ppt
Presentation Summary : (p.515) Post map of geographical extent of Mughal Empire under Babur The Mughal Empire includes which modern day countries?
Source : http://files.campus.edublogs.org/cobblearning.net/dist/3/169/files/2010/10/Unit-4-Mughal-Safavid-and-Ottoman-.ppt
Presentation Summary : Temporary unity B. Babur: Founding the Mughal Empire 1. Babur C. Akbar’s Reign of Cultural Accommodation 1. Tolerance 2. Government 3. Persian influence D.
Source : http://faculty.mccneb.edu/jvanarsdall/New%20World%20Civ%20Slides/chapter17.ppt
Presentation Summary : Babur 11. Akbar Akbar’s greatest achievement was cultural blending & religious tolerance 12. Divine Faith 13. Taj Mahal Text 14. Qing China 15. Manchus 16.
Source : http://www.pearlandisd.org/webpages/gjohnson/files/unit%208%20review%20ppt.ppt