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Mogul,

Muslim empire of India: see MughalMughal
or Mogul
, Muslim empire in India, 1526–1857. The dynasty was founded by Babur, a Turkic chieftain who had his base in Afghanistan. Babur's invasion of India culminated in the battle of Panipat (1526) and the occupation of Delhi and Agra.
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mogul

1
a type of steam locomotive with a wheel arrangement of two leading wheels, six driving wheels, and no trailing wheels

mogul

2
a mound of hard snow on a ski slope

Mogul

1. a member of the Muslim dynasty of Indian emperors established by Baber in 1526
2. a Muslim Indian, Mongol, or Mongolian
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The Golden Calm: An English Lady's Life in Moghul Delhi (Exeter, 1980).
DIWAN-E-AM (House of Commons) and Diwan-E-Kash (House of Lords) are the edifices built by Ackbar Moghul Empire of India as Shah-Jahan made the Taj Mahal in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz.
The unrelenting heat of the Indian plains took the Moghuls frequently to Kashmir, which is where the first Indian adoption of Rogan Josh occurred.
To be sure, the Ottomans and the Moghuls, both of originally north Asian stock, did rule big numbers of quite different peoples.
Built in 1631 by the Moghuls and their emperor Shah Jahan to memorialize his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, this architectural wonder took thousands of people to create it and to maintain its beauty.
It was taken to India by the Moghuls and its popularity quickly spread across Asia.
Having combed 3,500 years of Afghan history, Omrani summarizes, "Afghanistan is where many of the world's great empires -- the Persians, the Moghuls, the British and the Soviet Union -- were first violently challenged, in fact put onto the path of total defeat.
30pm, will see keeper of natural history, Steve Falk, present a slide show and talk called Moghuls and Mynahs.
However, opera experts have warned the music moghuls pop and opera don't mix.
If Rennell were attempting to lay out the scope of imperial ambition for Britain or the East India Company, why should he invoke the name of Britain's predecessor in the region in terms which seem to grant the Moghuls the position of imperial hegemon?