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Mughal Empire
گورکانیان (Persian)
مغلیہ سلطنت (Urdu)

Timeline: Principia Moderni III (Map Game)
Baburempflag Mughal Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Delhi Delhi
Largest city Delhi
Other cities Kabul, Karachi, Bombay, Kolkata, Gwadar, Chahbahar, Lahore
Language
  official
 
Persian, Arabic, Urdu
  others Chagatay Turkic

Persian Arabic Urdu Sindhi Baluchi Punjabi Bengali Marathi

Religion
  main
 
Islam
  others Vedaism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Christianity
Ethnic Groups
  main
 
Persians, Mongols, Turks, Baluchis, Punjabis, Sindhis, Hindis, Pathanis, Kashmiris, Bengalis, Dakhanis, Mysuris, Marathis
  others Arabs, Rajputs, Sikhs
Demonym Mughali
Legislature Absolute Monarchy
Shahenshah-e-Hindustan-e-Mughaliyyah-e-Saltanat Mirza Mujahid Baig
  Baig: Mughal Dynasty
Area
  main
 
4.000,000 km2
  water (%) Islam
Population 145,000,000 people
GDP
  Total:
 
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  per capita {{{gdp_capita}}}
Currency Dinar, Dirham
GMT+5 GMT+5
  summer Islam
Internet TLD .ms
Calling Code +2
The Mughal Empire, also known as the Gurkani Empire or Babur's Timurid Empire is a large Islamic Empire primarily based around the eastern parts of the former Timurid Empire controlling the territories of the Indian Subcontinent, established and ruled by Muslim dynasty of Chagatai Turko-Mongol origin from Central Asia. The dynasty, though Turko-Mongol, is ethnically Persianate in terms of culture. 

Royal Dynasties

The Mughal dynasty is the direct descendant dynasty of the Timurid dynasty. Cousin dynasties to Mughal empire are dynasties surrounding the Central Asia that are all ruled by the descendants of Timurid dynasty. Hence, as the tradition marks, the descendants of Timurid dynasties adopt 'Baig/Beg' or 'Bey' as their surname along with a dynastical suffix or prefix such as 'Mirza' in the case of Mughals and 'Beg-zada' in the case of Tatars.

Timurid Dynasty

Timurid Dynasty

Rathore Dynasty

Constitution and Laws of the Mughal Empire

Footnotes

 

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