Why was granting titles to men of merit an important aspect of Mughal polity?
Qandahar remained a bone of contention between the Mughals and the Safavids. Explain.
Who wrote ‘BaburNama’? What does it contain?
Why did Abul Fazl describe land revenue as ‘remuneration of sovereignty’?
Assess the role played by women of the imperial household in the Mughal Empire.
‘Mughal rulers efficiently assimilated heterogeneous populace within an imperial edifice’. Explain.
Abul Fazl has described the idea of Sulh-i-kul as the cornerstone of his enlightened rule. Justify.
Describe the relationship between Mughals and the Ottomans.
Nobility was an important pillar of Mughal administration. Justify the statement.
identify the distinct features of the imperial household of the Mughal Empire.
Historians have provided accounts of diplomatic relationships and conflicts with the neighbouring political powers of the Mughal empire. Explain.
Describe how ‘Humayun Nama’ gives us glimpses of the Mughal household.
Discuss the major features of Mughal provincial administration. How did the centre control the provinces?
Discuss, with examples, the distinctive features of Mughal chronicles.
Identify the elements that went into the making of the Mughal ideal of kingship.