A Discourse on the Institutions and Organizations of the Mughal Empire

Authors

  • Hamza Akram North China Electric Power University
  • Zarwish Bint E Ishaq University of Sialkot, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51263/jameb.v7i2.162

Keywords:

organizational development, mughal empire, political acumen

Abstract

The institutional development of the Mughal Empire was a critical factor in its success and longevity. The empire established a highly centralized administrative system, a sophisticated revenue system, and a powerful military organization. Additionally, the Mughals had a uniform legal code, and a rich cultural heritage, which helped to create a sense of unity and identity among the diverse peoples of the empire. This abstract provides a brief overview of the institutional development of the Mughal Empire and highlights its importance in shaping Indian society and culture. The Mughal Empire, which lasted from 1526 to 1857, was one of the most powerful and influential empires in Indian history. The organizational development of the Mughals was a crucial factor in their success. The empire had a highly centralized system of government, a powerful military, a sophisticated revenue system, a uniform legal code, and a rich cultural heritage. These factors helped to create a sense of unity and identity among the diverse peoples of the empire. This abstract provides a brief overview of the organizational development of the Mughal Empire and highlights its importance in shaping Indian society and culture The Mughal Empire was one of the most powerful and influential empires in Indian history. It was founded by Babur in 1526 and lasted until 1857, encompassing much of the Indian subcontinent, as well as parts of modern-day Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The Mughals were known for their military might, political acumen, and cultural achievements, and their organizational development was a crucial factor in their success.

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Published

2024-03-12