Imperyong Mughal

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Imperyong Mughal
گورکانیان (Persa)
Gūrkāniyān
مغلیہ سلطنت (Urdu)
Mug̱liyah Salṭanat
Imperyo

 

 

1526–1540
1555–1857

 

 

 

Mughal
The Mughal Empire at its greatest extent, in 1707
Kabisera Agra
(1526–1540; 1555-1571)
Fatehpur Sikri
(1571–1585)
Lahore
(Mayo 1586–1598)
Agra
(1598–1648)
Shahjahanabad, Delhi
(1648–1857)
Wika Chagatai Turkic (sa simula lamang)
Persa (opisyal at wika ng korte)[1]
Urdu (sinasalita)
Relihiyon Islam (1526–1857)
Din-e Ilahi (1582–1605)
Pamahalaan Ganap na monarkiya, unitary state
na may istrakturang pederal
Emperador[2]
 - 1526–1530 Babur (una)
 - 1837–1857 Bahadur Shah II (huli)
Makasaysayang panahon Makabagong kapanahunan
 - Unang Labanan ng Panipat 21 Abril, 1526
 - Naantala ang Imperyo ng Imperyong Sur 1540-1555
 - Kamatayan ni Aurangzeb 3 Marso 1707
 - Paglusob ng Delhi 21 Setyembre, 1857
Lawak
 - 1690[3] 4,000,000 km2 (1,544,409 mi2)
Populasyon
 - 1650[4] est. 145,000,000 
Salapi Rupee[5]
Bahagi ngayon ng  Afghanistan
 Bangladesh
 India
 Pakistan

Ang Imperyong Mughal, (Persa (Persian): دولتِ مغل) ay isang imperyong mongol na namuno sa kanyang malaking nasasakupang teritoryo sa karamihan ng Subkontinenteng Indiyan, na dating kilala bilang Hindustan, at ilang bahagi ng Afghanistan at Persiya, sa pagitan ng 1526 at 1707.



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  1. Conan, Michel (2007). Middle East Garden Traditions: Unity and Diversity : Questions, Methods and Resources in a Multicultural Perspective, Volume 31. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. p. 235. ISBN 978-0-88402-329-6. 
  2. The title (Mirza) descends to all the sons of the family, without exception. In the Royal family it is placed after the name instead of before it, thus, Abbas Mirza and Hosfiein Mirza. Mirza is a civil title, and Khan is a military one. The title of Khan is creative, but not hereditary. pg 601 Monthly magazine and British register, Volume 34 Publisher Printed for Sir Richard Phillips, 1812 Original from Harvard University
  3. Rein Taagepera (September 1997). "Expansion and Contraction Patterns of Large Polities: Context for Russia". International Studies Quarterly 41 (3): 500. doi:10.1111/0020-8833.00053. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2600793. Hinango noong 14 September 2016. 
  4. Colin McEvedy; Richard Jones (1978). Atlas of World Population History. New York: Facts on File. p. 148. 
  5. Richards, James (26 January 1996). The Mughal Empire. Cambridge University Press. pp. 73–74. https://books.google.com/books?id=HHyVh29gy4QC&pg=PA74&lpg=PA74&dq=currency+of+the+mughal+empire&source=bl&ots=5sfM5B_The&sig=EG8tBOw1afnYoYeoDwwVez17MVM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi11Z7P47LKAhUH8GMKHYdBBikQ6AEIRTAH#v=onepage&q=currency%20of%20the%20mughal%20empire&f=false.