Jahangir History | History of Jahangir

Jahangir History
Jahangir History
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Jahangir History

The throne was handed over to Prince Salim eight days after his father's death and he was given the name of "Nuruddin Muhammad Jahangir Badshah Ghazi". And at the age of 36, he started his 22 year reign.

History of Jahangir - Jahangir History

Nuruddin Muhammad Salim, who was also known by his empire Jahangir as "World Worth". Jahangir was the fourth Mughal emperor who ruled from 1605 until his death from 1627. He is said to be one of the great emperors of India and the fourth great emperor of the Mughal in Indian history. The whole love affair is different even before his name.

There is a story about him that he had a connection with Anarkali. His relationship has been described in a great way in history, in literature and in Indian cinema.

Jahangir Mughal was the eldest son of Emperor Akbar (Son of Akbar) and at the very young age, he proved to be true to his father's challenges. Curious towards his power, he started the rebellion in 1599 when Akbar was in Deccan. Where Jahangir was defeated but he succeeded in becoming a emperor in 1605, women like whom Akbar Haram women like Rukaiya Sultan Begum, Salima Sultan Begum and his grandmother Maryam Makani helped them a lot.

All these women had great significance in Akbar's life, hence Jahangir succeeded in becoming a emperor. In the first year, Jahangir's rule, his eldest son Khusru Mirza rebelled. Where soon Mirza had to bow down. After taking control of about 2000 members of the rebels, Jahangir blinded his treacherous son.

Jahangir had built a huge empire on the will of his father. Who had immense military force. Had a strong economic situation, was a powerful warrior. Slowly Jahangir's empire grew further to Deccan of Bengal, Mewar, Ahmednagar. There was only one major change when in 1622, Shah Abbas (who was the Iranian emperor of Safavid) took Khandar into custody.

At that time Jahangir was fighting with Khurram in India. Under the leadership of Jahangir, Khurram's army was immersed in front of his immense power. Many Indian scholars from very say that Jahangir used to deal with many Hindu kings, Rajputs, and used to try to strengthen their relationship with them.

Given the heart and will of Jahangir, many Hindu Rajputs also accepted Jahangir Mughal dominance. And incorporated his empire into the Mughal empire and made an undivided class.

Jahangir had a keen interest in art, science and crafts. From the days of his youth, he used to learn painting. He had kept developing a lot of art in his empire.

During the reign of Jahangir, the painting of the Mughal ruler was developed very well. At that time it became a matter of great discussion all over the world. He was interested in painting as well as in natural science. At that time, the painter Ustad Mansur had famous pictures of animals and trees, during Jahangir's reign. In his life, Ustad Mansur has given birth to a gold coin worth several times.

Jahangir had a strong attachment to the creatures, so he also had many animal museums in his empire. Jahangir liked the art of European and Persian art, apart from painting. Jahangir had developed the Parsi tradition in his empire. Especially when a Parsi queen, Noor Jahan had taken his mind.

As a special heritage of Jahangir's empire, they have a Shalimar garden located in Kashmir. During the rule of Jahangir, the divine body of the world was created by Mughal scientists, which had no other form of any kind.

Jahangir had told his army that "they should not force anyone to become a Muslim". Jijanir was also refused Jijiya. Where the English priest Edward Terry of that time said, "Every person should go without any pressure on the will of his mind according to his wishes, only then a good empire will be built".

Everyone in the court of Jahangir was able to visit, even if he did not have any why of any religion. In his court both Sunni and Shias were given equal status to both Muslim and Muslim species.

Jahangir is incomplete without his bad habits (addiction). He had preceded the example of a huge empire in front of his sons, but he was widely criticized for being addicted to alcohol, opium and women.

He had given his many powers to his wife, Noor Jehan. The reason for which his wife had to deal with the court due to these bad habits, and this is the reason for the fall of the Mughal empire in the last year. At that time the situation had changed so much that Khurram, the son of Jahangir, feared that he should not be removed from the right of the throne, so he rebelled again in 1622.

Jahangir's army began to destroy Khurram, where Khurram's army moved towards Fatehpur Sikri towards Deccan. Then came back from Bengal and all this continued till Khurram surrendered himself in 1926. This revolt had a great effect on Jahangir's health. And for this reason he died in 1627, and in the end, Khurram got the throne and later the Shah of Hindustan became Shahjahan.

Jahangir was a huge, powerful, brave Mughal emperor. In history we see the Jahangir Empire spreading far and wide. Jahangir had many good habits as well as some bad habits. He successfully led the empire brought by Akbar and set the example of establishing a great empire in front of the Mughal emperors. While being a Muslim, Jahangir never discriminated in his court, he gave equal rights to all.

Whenever he never had a stranger to adopt a Muslim religion in his empire. People of other empires used to advise their leave to build jahangir-like empire forever. Jahangir's empire of because  was huge, powerful, financially strong.

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