The History of the Mughal Empire | 1526CE – 1857CE
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The History of the Mughal Empire | 1526CE – 1857CE

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As a part of The Discovery of India Collaboration, we discuss the history of the great Mughals. Get MagellanTV here: https://try.magellantv.com/almuqaddimah … .

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32 thoughts on “The History of the Mughal Empire | 1526CE – 1857CE

  1. The muslims of india lives happily,with Hindu people,
    Some disloyal and quisling people are destroying the peace of a Great Country.

    Partition of PAKISTAN and BANGLADESH is a big loss of humanity.

    If possible, One India can lead the world to live with peace.
    🙂🙂🙂🙂

  2. And who said Hindus were not the biggest problem the empire was facing. There were constant and successful rebellions by the Hindu kings that Bahadur Shah I wanted to end all these rebellions. So he changed some policies. Why do you think Aurangazeb could not stop warring? Because he wanted to conquer all of India and the Maratha territories.

  3. Please get your facts right! Elite Muslims of Pakistan and North India, who have ancestry not from Hindus and Indians but from invading Turks, Central Asians, Persians and Arab Caliphs, have to thank the Mughal Empire for their Muslim faith. Why do you think Pakistan was created in 1947 from Indian territory? The Muslims who didn't want to identify with Hinduism and Indian culture thought that they shouldn't integrate with India. Why do you think that Muhammad Bin Qasim, an Arab marauder and invader of Sindh, is considered to be the first Pakistani, even though he didn't have any Pakistani blood within himself? Because Pakistan was created for Khans, Kazmis, Siddiquis and Farooquis – all of which were elite Muslims and not of Indian descent. Even after creating Pakistan in 1947, a significant number of these Muslims did not leave India and dominated the Indian Muslim population.

  4. Many things you said are incorrect
    Humayun succeed babur and he ran away to uzbekisthan
    Later akbar again came in battle of panipat
    Maratha empire destroyed entire mughal empire and reached till attock

  5. sadly the hindu and sufi influence still leaves an big impact on muslims in south asia, especially pakistan where they adopted many of the horrible hindu traditions which still destroys entire families and changes the religion.

  6. Wrong information @6:50
    rupyā is derived from the sanskrit word rūpya, which means "wrought silver, a coin of silver

    And GT road was already there in India during Maurya rule.
    Its more than 2000 years old

  7. Mughal's were not great.They looted India _Hindusthan and splendour its money wealth of Hindus on their leisure. They were just mere looters, thief,rapers and killers. Why we never see any so called mughal's architecture any where else other than India? There is nothing such as Mughal Architecture as they used Indians and their intelligent , highly skilled manpower.

  8. Coinage was present in India even before Islam was born. And the word rupee itself is derived Sanskrit language. Sherkhan named his new coinage rupee and we are still using it.
    Why don’t this channel speak about demolition of thousands of Hindu temples, Buddhist monasteries, Jain sculptures done by Mughals! One of the ancient universities in the world like Nalanda university was destroyed by mughals. Mughal emperors used to boast in their biographies about how many lakhs of Hindus they converted over the sword and how many mosques their built over Hindu temples.
    Oh sorry your motherland Pakistan’s population used to have 22% Hindus after it’s independence and their population was declined to 1% now. What happened to your remaining 21% Hindus?
    Even though your videos are biased, I still love them.

  9. not a bad video, but a lot of times i have no idea what your saying when you are say some things like people's names. most likely, people are watching this because they have little clue about the mughals or india, so it's difficult for someone like me to catch what you're saying when you names like that at a normal speed. again, i want to reiterate that the video was done well, but i feel that you should read certain things that may be harder for your viewers to understand slower so that we can follow along better with the video. sorry for the long comment, but i feel that this might help.

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