Shah Jahan

الغلاف الأمامي
Haus, 2009 - 332 من الصفحات

Shah Jahan ruled the Mughal Empire at its high water mark, his name translating literally from the Persian as “King of the World.” After ruthlessly suppressing his rivals, he went on to promote Mughal artistic and architectural achievements to the zenith of their creativity. He is responsible not only for the Taj Mahal, the tomb to his beloved wife Mumtaz, but also for the Pearl Mosque, the Red Fort, Jama Masid in Delhi, the Shalimar Gardens of Lahore, and the priceless Peacock Throne.

Fergus Nicoll has been a current affairs journalist for the BBC since 1988. His work has enabled him to travel widely throughout the Middle East and Africa.

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I like this book a lot. This is a bit racy in the manner in which it has been written, but that does not detract from the drama of the story of the Emperor. I disagree with his assessment of Shah ... قراءة التقييم بأكمله

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Fergus Nicoll has been a current affairs journalist for the BBC since 1988. His work has enabled him to travel widely throughout the Middle East and South Asia. He is the author of Sword of the Prophet: The Mahdi of Sudan and the Death of General Gordon (2004) and Gladstone, Gordon and the Sudan Wars: The Battle Over Imperial Intervention in the Victorian Age (2013).

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