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Historical fallacies: Shah Jahan's Reign: period of golden Age

@article{Iftikhar2013HistoricalFS,
  title={Historical fallacies: Shah Jahan's Reign: period of golden Age},
  author={Rukhsana Iftikhar},
  journal={South Asian Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={361}
}
  • Rukhsana Iftikhar
  • Published 2013
  • History
  • South Asian Studies
  • AbstractShah Jahan's period (1627-1666 A.D) is known as the golden age of the medieval Indian history. All historian of modern age dedicated their energies to prove this fact that Shah Jahan was the master of the wealthiest Empire of the world. As far as the matter of wealth and territorial boundaries are concerned this is a fact that he ruled on the largest Empire of the world in Middle Ages. This Empire was the legacy of his father in which he did not contribute even a single inch. The wealth… CONTINUE READING

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