Mughal India and Central Asia
This book explores the Central Asian element in the formation of the civilization of Mughal India, focusing on the 16th and 17th centuries. The culture of the Mughal Empire is seen to be a composite of indigenous and foreign elements, many of which originated, like the Mughal rulers themselves, in Central Asia.
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The Timurid Legacy and TurkoMongol Identity
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