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The Moghul Dynasty changed India into one of the greatest empires It was stretched out over almost two centuries During this rule the emperors turned an un-unified nation into a prosperous country I will discuss the rulers of the Moghul Dynasty and how they changed Indian society More specifically I will talk about Akbar and what he did for the government and religious institutions and the role of women during this period The Moghul Dynasty ruled India from 1527 to 1857 The founder of the Moghuls was Babur who was born in 1483 of a ruler in a small Asian state Ferghana At the young age of eleven Babur inherited the throne from his father After a long period of hardship and grave danger Babur detained the Afghanistan throne in 1504 Twenty years later Babur and 12000 soldiers embarked to India He and his men battled against Afghan King of Delhi and triumphed even though they were outnumbered Babur was only the emperor of India for four years before his untimely death in 1530 The next emperor was Baburs son Humayun who reigned from 1530 to 1556 Humayun showed no relation to Babur in any way He was an alcoholic and was addicted to opium The only use Humayun was to India was that he was the father of Akbar the greatest ruler of India Akbar reigned from 1557 to 1605 like his grandfather he took the throne at a very young age Even though he never learned to read he was very interested in learning He would have others read to him from his books that he collected Akbar was most famously known for his acceptance of all religions He died in 1605 but not before building a secure government that he worked diligently to create After the next two emperors Jahangir and Shan Jahan two good rulers Aurengzeb followed them Aurengzeb overthrew his father Shan Jahan in 1627 He killed
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