Monthly Archives: March 2014

Kissa Sixteenth Century ke Burhanpuri Tota Maina Ka

This story is not a myth but a forgotten history says Quamaruddin Falak, a historian. It dates back to the times when Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khana, one of Akhbars navratnas, ruled Burhanpur in the 16th century. At that time, the region … Continue reading

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Khusrau Mirza-Grandson of Akbar

Khusrau Mirza-the favourite grandson of Emperor Akbar, but blinded by his father Jahangir and subsequently killed by the command of his own brother Shah Jahan! He was yet again a victim of Mughal court politics, struggle for power and throne, … Continue reading

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A Note on the Brave General of a Declining Empire-Mirza Nazaf Khan Baloch

He served during the Battle of Buxar against the East India Company as the highest commander of the Mughal army from 1772 till his death in April 1782. Mirza Najaf Khan Baloch, the commander-in-chief of the Mughal Army The Mughal … Continue reading

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