Title: Decline of Mughal Empire Author: Wayne-Susan Last modified by: courtney.greco Document presentation format: On-screen Show Other titles: Arial Tahoma Default ...
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The Rise and fall of Mughal Empire(1526-1707) The Early Modern Era in India The Origins of Mughal Empire The Mughals descended from Mongol stock in Turkestan.
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what. The Mughal Empire, founded in 1526, was the most powerful Islamic state to rule in India. It was at its most prosperous during the 17th century, when fine ...
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EXPANDS MUGHAL EMPIRE TO ITS GREATEST SIZE. BUT empire is weak because of oppression of his people (harsh laws & destroys temples) EMPIRE’S DECLINE & DECAY.
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III. The Mughal Empire (1526-1761) A. Foundations Muslim sultans reigned over largely Hindu population of India founder: Babur (1483-1530) was a descendent of the ...
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The Eighteenth century India in the Era of Transition Debates in the Historiography about 18 the century Mughal Empire (1526-1707) Early thesis of the 18th century as ...
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Decline of the Mauryan Empire. ... Smaller local kingdoms dominate until Mughal empire founded in sixteenth century ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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British helped decline of Mughal Empire . Sir Robert Clive-chief representative of British East India Company. ... Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal Empires Last modified by:
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D. Decline: British and Dutch controlled Indian Ocean trade, ... Mughal Empire (1526-1750) A. Islamic conquerors (using gunpowder) took India. B. Achievements. 1.
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What factors led to the decline of the Safavid Empire? The Safavids created an empire in Persia in the 1500s. The Ottomans and Safavids were rivals.
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The Safavid Empire was ... Aurangzeb's extremism caused Mughal territory and creativity to dry up and the Empire went into decline. The Mughal Emperors ...
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Mehmed the Conqueror Ottomans . 1300 - Byzantine Empire in decline. Islamic warriors raided Byzantine Territory. Most famous – Othman; his followers known as Ottomans.
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The Mughal Empire-Decline of the Mughals began with religious conflict between Muslims and Hindus and resulted in fighting and a divided empire
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Safavids, Mughals, and Ottomans AP WORLD HISTORY SAFAVID EMPIRE Length- 1501-1722 Geography- Iran Rise of Safavids Origins in a long established Sufi order Key ...
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Mughal Empire1500-1600. After the fall of the Gupta Empire at around 500 BC, the Muslims of the Islamic faith filtered in and spread their culture as the city of ...
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THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE * , especially Origins of the Ottoman Empire After Muhammad’s death in 632 A.D., Muslim faith & power spread throughout Middle East Islam Map By ...
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The Mughal Empire Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Muslim Rule in India A New Empire Faces of History: Akbar Height of the Mughal Empire Quick Facts: Achievements of ...
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Formation of the Islamic Empires (Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal) The Ottoman Empire. ... In the Islamic empires. Ottoman empire had commercial. ... Dynastic Decline.
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The Decline of the Mughal Empire. Akbar died in 1605. Shah Jahan began the decline – spent too much of treasury on the construction of the . Taj Mahal
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Aim: What were the strengths and weaknesses of the Mughal Empire? Persian Empire 400 BCE Safavids and modern-day Iran Sunni - Shiite distribution Sunni - Shiite ...
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Before Colonization:The Mughal Empire. In the Mughal Empire (1526-1757), Muslims were favored over the majority Hindus. Decline of the Mughals began with religious ...
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The Muslim World Expands 1300-1700 What ... ruled oppressively and lost power The Mughal Empire: Decline and Decay Aurangzeb drained the empire’s ...
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Understand the construction of the Mughal Empire in India ... Understand the internal and external factors that led to the decline of the Ottoman and Mughal Empires ...
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THE MOGUL EMPIRE ... End of Mughal Empire While at the beginning of the eighteenth century the Mughal empire looked strong, it was beginning to decline and decay ...
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Mughal Expansion Under Aurangzeb ... Agra End of Mughal Empire While at the beginning of the eighteenth century the Mughal empire looked strong, it was beginning to ...
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1750 all in decline. Based on agriculture (all) Trade important to all but Ottomans more favorably located. ... In Mughal empire: Akbar relied heavily on land-holding .
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Decline in the power of nomadic ... New art forms in the Mughal Empire in India. ... 1750 ? Land-based Powers 1450 -1750. Ottoman Empire. Safavid Empire (Persia ...
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Decline and Fall of Mughal Empire. After 1707, civil wars rocked Empire. External invasions from Central Asian states. Expanding power of British East India Company .
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The Mughal Empire Through the use of superior weaponry the Mughals were able to take a foothold in northern India from which they conquered much of the Indian sub ...
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The Ottoman Empire Was the Ottoman Empire plagued to decline? The empire did last ... the subcontinent Mughal Empire was under ... Chapter 21: The Muslim Empires ...
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How did the Safavid Empire relate to other Islamic empires? Sunni Ottoman Empire and Shia Safavid Empire fought periodically between 1534 and 1639
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Three great Muslim powers—the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires—emerge between 1300 and 1600. By 1700 all three were in decline. ...
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Very different than China and the Ottoman Empire. Did not succumb to Western domination. Was able to turn itself into a powerful, modern, united, industrialized nation.
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Mughal - Decline. Empire drained of resources by poor leadership and war. Famine. Increased power at local level; Mughal emperor became figurehead .
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... Akbar brought peace and order to the Mughal empire. ... the Lawgiver Decline of the Ottoman Empire Safavid Persia and Shah Abbas The Mughals Akbar Art, ...
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Title: Land Based Empire vs. Sea Based Empires Author: TSD Last modified by: Alayna Bloom Created Date: 2/14/2012 3:08:50 AM Document presentation format
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The Early Ottoman Empire Author: Susan M. Pojer Last modified by: Susan Created Date: 1/5/2003 8:58:50 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company:
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Title: The Islamic World 600 to 1500 A.D. Author: Monmouth County Vocational School District Last modified by: Monmouth County Vocational School District
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... discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the Muslim ... whose institutions and policies shared many similarities to the Ottoman Empire. Until their decline in ...
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india under british rule european presence a struggle for power begins – early 1700s mughal empire in decline british and french rise to power compete for political ...
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Sea-based empires as one major theme but also traditional land-based empires that continued to dominate the Middle East and Asia (and a new land-based empire; Russia)
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Mughal Part 2. Q: When did the Empire begin to decline? A: Under the rule of Aurangzeb, due to a failed military campaign against south India in 1700 A.D.
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... Mughal Empire – in state of decline, political instability = British introduce some political institutions to protect economic interests Late 1700s, ...
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Mughal Empire and East India Co. abolished, Queen Victoria appoints viceroy. ... Qing and Ottoman decline creates vacuum in Central Asia, Russia fills the void.
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Gunpowder Empires. Three of the great ... and the Mughal Empire during the reigns of Babur and Akbar ... weak leaders led to a rapid decline of the Safavid Empire .
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The Gunpowder Empires Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal Islamic Empires Nomadic Nature of Origins All three empires were founded by Turkic speaking nomads Founding leaders ...
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Gunpowder Empires 1450-1750 Land Based ... Empires Slide 4 Ottoman Empire Safavid Empire Mughal Empire Decline of Muslim Empires Russia Peter the Great r. 1682-1725 ...
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British Imperialism in India The Mughal Empire – Question 1 - A strong Muslim Empire that had ruled during the 16th-18th century -Akbar - First Muslim ruler of ...
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Mughal Empire. Located in India. Kingdom center = Delhi. Established by Muslim Turks. ... Decline of the Ottomans. By 1600, empire had reached its peak and started to ...
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