Iris Macfarlane describes how the East India Company in 1714-17 sought to flatter the Mughal Emperor.
Iris Macfarlane assesses how Christian missions from Goa operated at the Mughal Emperor’s court.
Six Mughal Emperors between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries bequeathed an alien glory to the Indian scene.
Iris Macfarlane describes how, during the early sixteenth century, two dominant cultures, Mughal and European, first began to spread on Indian soil.
The two 16th-century battles of Panipat, which took place 30 years apart, are little known in the West. But they were pivotal events in the making of the Mughal Empire as the dominant power of northern India, as Jeremy Black explains.
Francis Robinson looks for the distinctively tolerant and worldly features of Mughal rule in India and that of the related Islamic dynasties of Iran and Central Asia.
The Mughal emperor died on 25 October 1605.
Akbar Ahmed looks at the passion and theology behind the great monument to love.