1. Emperor Akbar. Emperor Akbar was from the Mughal empire and was one of the greatest monarchs in the history of India. He was born in 1542 to Mughal emperor Humayun and Hamida Banu Begum.
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Mauryan empire, in ancient India, a state centred at Pataliputra (later Patna) near the junction of the Son and Ganges (Ganga) rivers. It lasted from about 321 to 185 bce and was the first empire to encompass most of the Indian subcontinent.
Chandragupta Maurya established the Mauryan dynasty which is the largest empire in Indian history. King Ashoka is considered to be one of the greates ruler of India. He expanded the reign of Maurya dynasty in most of Indian continent.
Charlemagne (pronounced Chaarlmayne) or Charles the Great is a long forgotten hero in the annals of history.
India's last king Wajid Ali Shah was written out of the history books when Awadh was annexed by the Company in February 1856. After long years of painstaking research, noted historian Rosie Llewellyn-Jones revives his memory and returns him his rightful place as one of India's last great rulers.
King Bhimdev founded his kingdom in the region in the late 13th century and established his capital in Mahikawati (present day Mahim). He belonged to either the Yadava dynasty of Devagiri in Maharashtra or the Anahilavada dynasty of Gujarat.
1- Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great is arguably the greatest warrior of all time. He was the King of Macedon between 336 BC and 323 BC. His empire spread from Greece to India, conquering Persia, Syria, the Balkans, Egypt and many other regions. He spent much of his early years under the tutelage of Aristotle.
During his 20 years of military course, Peshwa Bajirao I was never beaten in a battle and had always rejoiced victory. He is one of the three Generals in the history of the world who never lost a battle.
India: 2500 BC. Vietnam: 4000 Years Old.
Answers. Vasco-Da-Gama discovered India when on a voyage.
Unlike other religions, Hinduism has no one founder but is instead a fusion of various beliefs. Around 1500 B.C., the Indo-Aryan people migrated to the Indus Valley, and their language and culture blended with that of the indigenous people living in the region.
Undefeated rana Kumbha ( maharana Kumbhakaran)
He fought all of them at the same time with a small army and never lost a battle. From Delhi Sultanate to Gujrat and Malwa Sultanate all fell to his feet crashing in front of him when they collided with this great Rajput King in battle.
Alexander the Great conquered an empire that stretched from the Balkans to the region today called Pakistan. He also fought on the front lines of every battle. He conquered Persia, India, and Egypt, among others while managing to remain undefeated.
Khalid Ibn Al- Walid (RA): The Undefeated Islamic Warrior. WIDELY regarded as one of the most consequential Muslim military leaders of all time, Khalid ibn al-Walid was an Arab Muslim commander in the service of the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the caliphs Abu Bakr (RA) (r.
Originally Answered: Where are the descendants of mughals today ? All are dead. Bahadur Shah's children were killed by the Britishers after the First War of Independence in 1857.
The Mughal Empire began to decline in the 18th century, during the reign of Muḥammad Shah (1719–48). Much of its territory fell under the control of the Marathas and then the British. The last Mughal emperor, Bahādur Shah II (1837–57), was exiled by the British after his involvement with the Indian Mutiny of 1857–58.