March 29, 2011

Empire of Mughal

Empire of Mughal
India, there was one state was called Kerala. It’s Southern State had maritime Indian business links with the Roman Empire from about 77 CE. Islam, was introduced in Kerala by way of this route Moslem traders. The Moslem rule in this subcontinent began in 712 CE when the Saudi leader Muhammad bin Qasim usurp Sindh and Multan in south of Punjab in modern day Pakistan, setting the stage for some succerssive inovasions from Central Asia arround the 10th and 15th centuries BCE, leading to the formation of Muslim empires in the Indian subcontinent such as the Delhi Sultanate and the Empire of Mughal.
Map of Mughal Empire
Mughal rule came from Central of Asia to cluded most of the northern parts of the subcontinent. The Mughal rulers acquainted Central Asian art and architecture to India. In increment to the Mughal and various Rajput Kingdoms, some independent Hindu states, such as Vijayanagara Empire, the Ahom Kingdom, and the Marata Empire, grown all at once in western, southern, and nourthen India respectively. The Empire of Mughal got phase destruction in the early 18th century, which present opportunities for the Balochis, Sikhs, Afghans, and Marathas to exercises control over large areas in the northwest of the subcontinent until the British East India Company gained influence over South Asia.
In the middle of 18th century and over the next century, India was gradually annexed by the British East India Company. The dissatisfaction with the Company rule led to the Indian Rebellion of 1857, after which India was directly administered by the British Crown and overspread a time of both quick development of infrastructure and economic destruction. While the first half of the 20th century, a nationwide struggle for independence was compaign by the Indian National Congres and later joined by Moslem League. The Subcontinent acquisition independence from the United Kingdom in 1947, after being separated into the dominance of India and Pakistan.

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