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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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INDIA Sean Coleman, Noah Gaby, Cameron Logan, Harrison Smith, Sydney Stocks, Will Vernau Decline of Mughal Empire Ruler Aurangzeb reimposed tax on Hindus (all Mughal rulers were Muslim) Marathas, warriors from west India, revolted Aurangzeb’s policies led to political and religious discontent ...
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Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires Ottoman: Rise to Power Seljuk Turks began to decline, the Osman began to expand. Gunpowder empire –success largely based on the mastery of the technology of firearms.
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MUGHAL EMPIRE. Strong & sensitive leader; ... EMPIRE’S DECLINE & DECAY. Long line of weak rulers Mughal Emperor now only wealthy figurehead. Empire no longer united because of corruption; now bunch of independent states. EUROPEANS MOVE IN TO TRADE.
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The Golden Age of the Ottomans Ottoman: Decline The problems of the Ottoman Empire began with Selim II around 1699. ... Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires Author: GCBE Last modified by: User Created Date: 1/15/2009 4:27:38 PM Document presentation format:
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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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Origins of The Safavid Empire. The Safavid Empire was founded by the Safavids, a Sufi order that goes back to Safi al-Din (1252-1334) Safi al-Din converted to Shi'ism and was a Persian nationalist
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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 Safavid People Isma’il Shah Abbas I Society/ Religion/ Government Integration of Turk- speaking followers with Native Iranians ...
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Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires Ottomans The Osman Turks started on the Anatolian Peninsula in Turkey. They started on land granted them by the Seljuk Turks.
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Safavid empire collapsed in 1722. Ottoman Weakness. began w/ SelimII about 1699. training of officials declined. ... British helped decline of Mughal Empire . Sir Robert Clive-chief representative of British East India Company. 1696, ...
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The Mughal Empire (1526-1761) Illustration from a Mughal Manuscript The Origins of Mughal Empire The Mughals descended from Mongol stock in Turkestan. ... Safavid, and Mughal Empires decline? changes in the world economy and military technologies undermined the land-grant system, ...
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The Mughal (or Mogul) Empire ruled most of India and Pakistan in the 16th and 17th centuries. It consolidated Islam in South Asia, and spread Muslim (and particularly Persian) arts and culture as well as the faith.
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Mughal Empire . Babur. Akbar. Aurangzeb. Claimed descent. From Chinggis Khan & Tamerlane. ... Religious Affairs in the Islamic Empires . Status of Religious Minorities. Promotion of Islam. ... Economic and Military Decline. Economic Difficulties. Military Decline.
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What was the primary feature that distinguished the Mughal Empire from the Ottomans and Safavids? ... Safavid, and Mughal Empires decline? Changes in the world economy and military technologies undermined the land-grant system, which was the basis of the large land-based empires.
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Southwest Asia and the Indian Ocean 1500-1750 CHAPTER 19 AP WORLD HISTORY ... Aurangzeb was the 6th Mughal ruler of Indian who conquered the rest of southern India, but after his death the Mughal Empire began to decline. I.
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The Muslim World Expands 1300-1700 What ... Mumtaz Mahal Taxes supported beautiful buildings but people suffered Aurangzeb ruled oppressively and lost power The Mughal Empire: Decline and Decay Aurangzeb drained the empire’s resources People had little loyalty to him Over 2 million died ...
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THE MUGHAL EMPIRE’S DECLINE Aurangzeb drained the empire of resources. The state was weak. After Aurangzeb dies(1707), 3 different emperors rule the area. However, none ruled a united empire anymore. 1661-Western traders come in (Dutch, English, ...
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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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Chapter Introduction It’s mainly about 3 major Muslim empires… The Ottoman Empire The Safavid Empire The Mughal Empire The Ottomans: ... and Religion Safavid Decline The Mughals of India The Leadership of Akbar the Great Other Rulers/European Contacts Mughal Decline This Week…
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A summary of these empires Though these were powerful empires why did they decline? ... Ottoman Power Safavid Empire Shah Abbas Slide 12 The Mughal Empire Early Mughal Rulers – Babur (1483-1530) Early Mughal Rulers – Humayun – Babur’s Son Legacy of Humayun (1508-1556) ...
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End of Mughal Empire While at the beginning of the eighteenth century the Mughal empire looked strong, it was beginning to decline and decay Weak rulers, regional and factional rivalries, ...
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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 an era of Darkness Increasing Tax burden Hindu Resistance / Wars of Peasant Resistance/ Regional Elites rising their heads ...
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The Mughal empire less attentive to foreign or maritime trading. Mughals permitted stations for English, French, and Dutch trading companies . How did all three decline? Dynastic decline caused by negligent rulers, factions, and government corruption.
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THE MUSLIM GUNPOWDER EMPIRES Organizational Questions 1. Which state governs the largest empire? Most multicultural? most populous? 2. How would the answers above make government difficult?
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The Decline of the Mughal Empire The Mughal Empire declined during the reign of Aurangzeb (Shah Jahan’s son), who revoked all freedoms given to non-Muslims under Akbar in an attempt to purge India of non-Islamic influences. The Decline of the Mughal ...
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Muslim Empires Mr. White’s World History Objectives After we have studied this section, we should be able to: Describe how Muslim rulers in the Ottoman, Persian, and Mughal empires governed much of the Middle East, North Africa, and India.
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The Muslim Empires Artistic Achievement-Mughals Jahangir/ Shah Jahan continued with government and fought enemies while expanding the empire-much due to what Akbar had established.
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The Ottoman Empire Was the Ottoman Empire plagued to decline? The empire did last into the 20th century, and lasted for over 600 years! ... and nomadic raiders for years The Mughals Babur founds the Mughal Dynasty through military conquest by 1526.
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The Mughal Empire Hindu-Muslim Differences Hinduism Ancient religion evolved over thousand of years Many sacred texts, ... Mughal Empire PowerPoint Presentation The Decline of the Mughal Empire Hindu-Muslim Differences The Least You Need To Know ...
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Gunpowder Empires. Three of the great ... and the Mughal Empire during the reigns of Babur and Akbar. 41b - explain the ways in which these Muslim empires influenced religion, ... In the late ninth century, it ended formal missions to the Tang Empire, which had fallen into decline.
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ISLAMIC GUNPOWDER EMPIRES EARLY MODERN ISLAM 1450 TO 1750 DYNASTIC STATE The Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal rulers and Islam All three Islamic empires were military creations Called Gunpowder empires as guns were critical to rise of empire Military prowess of rulers, elite units critical Authority of ...
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The Islamic Gunpowder Empires 1500-1800 Global Interdependence and Exchange Trio of Empires Ottoman Empire (1289-1918) Safavid Empire (1501-1722) Mughal Empire (1523-1739) Islam Central to nation-state expansion Religion, culture & civilization Quran – Holy book.
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Gunpowder Empires 1450-1750 Land Based Power Europe’s empires built on sea power Asian empires land-based power around might of gunpowder Ottomans, Safavids, Mughals, Ming and Qing, and Russia Finally able to conquer nomad groups Muslim Empires Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal Emerged from central ...
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The Muslim World Expands, 1300–1700 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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Mughal Empire Mughal means Mongol in Arabic The Mughal Empire, ... In 1707, the empire started a slow and steady decline in actual power, although it maintained all the trappings of power in the Indian subcontinent for another 150 years.
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Gunpowder Empires 1450-1750 Land Based ... New Roman Wingdings Maple Gunpowder Empires Land Based Power Muslim Empires Slide 4 Ottoman Empire Safavid Empire Mughal Empire Decline of Muslim Empires Russia Peter the Great r. 1682-1725 Expansion of Peter the Great Ming and Qing China Qing Dynasty ...
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... Britain took advantage of this weakness, conquered India, and removed the last Mughal emperor from power in 1858 The Decline of the Mughal Empire CONCLUSIONS The Ottomans, Safavids, ...
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... & Asia The Ottoman Empire The Safavid Empire The Mughal Empire These empires were unique ... Mahal which was built in 1631 by Shah Jahan Mughal architecture was known for blending of Hindu & Islamic designs The Decline of the Mughal Empire The Mughal Empire grew weak by 1700 as ...
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Section 3-The Mughal Empire in India Early History of the Mughals Mughals-Means Mongols Group of nomadic invaders in Central ... and other vices Taxed non-Muslims and was cruel to Hindus The Empire’s Decline and Decay Reasons for the Empire’s Decline- Aurangzeb had drained it’s ...
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Ch. 14 The Beginnings of Our Global Age: Europe, Africa, ... Portugal Builds an Eastern Empire More Outposts Rise of the Dutch Dutch East India Company Close Ties with Locals Mughal Empire (India) Begins Decline Indian Armies Matteo Ricci 1583-1610 European Contact with Ming China Slide ...
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Millets, or communities, took care of their own laws Decline and Reform In the 1700’s the Ottoman Empire’s power began to decline. The Turks twice laid seige to Vienna (in 1529 and 1683) and ... (Mughal) Empire Islamic Empire of India Rulers Muslim Monguls establish control over Northern ...
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East of Ottoman Empire Modern-day Iran Lasted from 1501 to 1722 Ismail = Turkic founder of Safavid Dynasty Defining characteristic ... General Characteristics Decline Mughal Empire General Characteristics Accomplishments under Babur Accomplishments under Akbar the Great Mughal ...
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History of INDIA: Early Modern Decline of Mughal Empire Aurangzeb’s religious bigotry uprisings (peasants, the Sikhs) wars of succession invasions from the Maharthas, Afghans, Iranians the Mughal dynasty reduced to puppet rulers in the 18th century several smaller states rose to fill the power ...
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British in India Took advantage of the teetering Mughal Empire. ... during 1st half of 17th century, now in decline Colonial Wars: Britain v. France War of Spanish Succession (Queen Anne’s War) (1701-1713) Treaty of Utrecht (1713): Britain received asiento ...
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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 and economic power
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The Dark Legend of the 18th C: Origins and Sources Origins: Mughal sources from the perspective of the imperial court in New Delhi English Histories authored by Employees of the East India Company such as Alexander Dow, William Bolts, Franklin during late 18th C Modern Historians like Sir ...
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Remember I said that the Mughal empire was in decline. The British actually had all the power. This revolt spread around India, and lasted for a year. * A year-long rebellion against the British ensued. Although the Indian Mutiny was unsuccessful, ...
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