Jahangir Ka Hindustan is an Urdu-translated book by Dr. Mubarak Ali. Mughal Jahangir was the son of the previous Mughal emperor, Akbar the Great. Jahangir is famous for his patronage of the arts and his interest in botany and natural history, as well as for his religious tolerance. He also faced a number of rebellions during his reign, including one led by his own son, Khusrau Mirza.
Dr. Mubarak’s book Jahangir ka Hindustan covers the personal, political, and social life of Hindustan During Jahangir’s reign. the Mughal Empire was at the height of its power and prosperity. The administration was relatively stable, and the empire’s territories expanded to include present-day India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Jahangir was w for his religious tolerance and for promoting the arts and sciences. Jahangir ka Hindustan also explains that introduced a number of important administrative and legal reforms, such as the introduction of a standardized coinage system and the establishment of a system of local government.
Jahangir’s court was a center of cultural and intellectual activity, and many notable poets, artists, and scholars flourished during his reign. The emperor himself was a patron of the arts and had a particular interest in painting, which led to the development of the Mughal school of painting. He also sponsored the translation of many works of Persian literature into the local languages.
However, Jahangir’s reign was also marked by several rebellions as mentioned in Jahangir ka Hindustan book, including one led by his own son Khusrau Mirza, and the Mughal Empire faced several challenges from regional powers like the Rajputs and the Deccan sultanates. Despite these challenges, Jahangir’s reign is one of the most prosperous and stable periods in the history of the Mughal Empire.
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Jahangir Ka Hindustan Content List:
- Jehangir Birth to Death
- The city of Agra and its Traits
- Trade of the eastern regions of Agra
- East and West of Agra
- Mention of the provinces located in the Surroundings
- Burhanpur and Gujarat
- Sultanate’s regularity