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  • Paperback
  • 215
  • Private Life of the Mughals of India
  • R. Nath
  • English
  • 06 November 2019
  • 9788129104656

R. Nath ´ 8 review

Private Life of the Mughals of India Summary ë 8 Marriage and harem life This well written book with colour illustrations and photographs will be a delight to the lay reader as well as the serious schol Good and light read of authentic history It is a very engaging book The information given is very uniue It will certainly not help to understand the politics during medieval India or Mughal Raj but that s not even the intent of the book Good read for those who want to read authentic history but not the complex politics and gory warfare

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Private Life of the Mughals of India Summary ë 8 Such as their food and drinks; clothes and ornaments; perfumes and incense; addictions and intoxicants; amusements and pastimes; rituals of circumcision; A fascinating peek into the lives of those who ruled what is now called India for well over 350 years They definitley didnt come across as boors uncivilised or unsophisticated and the wealth we had in this country before the Europeans came and sank everything Infact in my opinion the Europeans were the uncivilised marauders and they left this sub continent much worse than all the Mughal invasions

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Private Life of the Mughals of India Summary ë 8 The opulent sometimes scandalous private lives of the Mughals of India is brought to life in this book The text covers various aspects of their lifestyles I have read over a dozen book on Medieval Indian History but none of them mentioned the details of the kitchen their food habits their clothing and accessories perfumes etc In this sense I really appreciate the efforts put in by Mr NathThe details are overwhelming at times from the ingredients of dishes they ate to the prices of vegetables and precious stones during the age of Akbar are notedSince I prefer reading political history than these details I perhaps did not enjoy the book to the fullest But then again it is a shortcoming on my part than with the book