Remnants of an ornament granite pillar at the National Museum Delhi revealing an empire's love for equine companions.
TRAVELOGUE OF THE SECOND GURKANI EMPEROR, HUMAYUN. Humayun the Merciful. Beginning with his exodus from Lahore after his defeat in the battle of Kannuj to his...
Posthumously awarded India's highest wartime award for gallantry, Ranchi's beloved son, twenty nine year old Albert Ekka was a soldier of uncommon valour.
Invented by the Iranian Fathullah of Shiraz, the Mughal multi-barrel cannon is one of the earliest forms of the volley gun known to man.
A warrior, poet and a celebrated personality in Persian and Gurkani history, Bairam Beg Bahrulu was a loyal military commander of the Gurkani army instrumental in consolidating Akbar's empire in Hindustan.
Humayun the second Mughal emperor.
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