Imperyong Mughal

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An Imperyong Mughal iyo an sarong amay na modernong imperyo sa Habagatan na Asya.[1] sa saiyang rurok, an imperyo nakaunat poon sa panluwas na fringes kan Salog Indus Basin sa solnopan, amihanan na Afghanistan sa amihanan-sulnopan, asin Kashmir sa amihanan, pasiring sa highlands kan presenteng aldáw na Assam asin Bangladesh sa subangan, asin an uplands kan Deccan Plateau sa Habagatan na Indya.[2]

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  1. Richards, John F. (1995), The Mughal Empire, Cambridge University Press, p. 2, ISBN 978-0-521-56603-2, archived from the original on 22 September 2023, retrieved 9 August 2017  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help) Quote: "Although the first two Timurid emperors and many of their noblemen were recent migrants to the subcontinent, the dynasty and the empire itself became indisputably Indian. The interests and futures of all concerned were in India, not in ancestral homelands in the Middle East or Central Asia. Furthermore, the Mughal Empire emerged from the Indian historical experience. It was the end product of a millennium of Muslim conquest, colonization, and state-building in the Indian subcontinent."
  2. Stein, Burton (2010), A History of India, John Wiley & Sons, pp. 159–, ISBN 978-1-4443-2351-1, archived from the original on 22 September 2023, retrieved 15 July 2019  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help) Quote: "The realm so defined and governed was a vast territory of some 750,000 square miles [1,900,000 km2], ranging from the frontier with Central Asia in northern Afghanistan to the northern uplands of the Deccan plateau, and from the Indus basin on the west to the Assamese highlands in the east."