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Was it a father’s love that killed Mughal emperor Babur?

In the 15th century as heir and prince Humayun had been taken gravely ill with a life threatening fever, the emperor Babur participated in a medieval rite that ultimately led to his own death.

A bond that ran thicker than blood.

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.

15 years of Humayun’s exile on a Google map.

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...

Wars of Humayun.

A list of battles of the second Mughal emperor Humayun.

Humayun Badshah.

Expanded from a thesis approved by the London university in 1927 and published in 1938 as a full fledged academic book on the early reign of the second Mughal emperor, the Humayun Badshah remains an unchallenged authority on the embattled Turcko-Mongol regent Naseer-ud-din-baig-Muhammad-Humayun.

Din Panah, the city of Humayun.

Built during the reign of the second Mughal emperor Naseer-ud-din-baig-Muhammad-Humayun, almost within the span of a year, the citadel of Din Panah stands testament of a now completely gone medieval city that once eclipsed nearly all towns and cities of Persia and Central Asia as a refuge for the learned, wise and members of all faiths of Islam world.

Humayun the Merciful.

Humayun the second Mughal emperor.

A forefather of modern age artillery.

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.

The star of David or the Hindu Shanmukha?

Used by cultures separated by time and distance, the hexagram is a curious symbol with an origin shrouded in mystery. In India both the Afghans and Mughals made use of the symbol in architecture but for what purpose?

Baburnama.

Written in Babur’s own native tongue of Chagatai (a now extinct Turkic dialect), translated into Persian and then finally into English, Baburnama, is more than the autobiography of the first Mughal emperor.