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Story launched with Babur’s reign in northern India as the Emperor of Hindustan but with time gets infected with the soci Profoundly Moving!!! I think Rutherford tried his best to cope up with the characters and sequence of events but ,sorry to say, now the impact of moyhul book is such on me that I feel that Humayun was portrayed as nothing but a weakling who inherited his alfx hard earned empire and lost it by engaging himself into pleasures such as stargazing and consumption of opium.
We grew up with the notion that Humayun was the stupid one. Babur is dead, and despite naming Humayun successor to the wealth and the new empire he has founded, and asking him not to do anything against his half brothers, there is dissension among them.
Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. The tension between Babar’s sons could have been much more satisfyingly told, it is a pity that it is all a bit superficial And this commence the lifelong struggle of Humayun to ensure his survival as well as of that of his empire.
Over the years we’ve also emire the steps of the Moghuls from the Ferghana Valley in Kyrgyzstan — home to the first Moghul emperor, the boy-king Babur — to Iran and to the blue domes and minarets of Samarkand in Uzbekistan, across the red deserts to the Oxus River, over the Hindu Kush to Kabul and Afghanistan and down through the Khyber Pass to the plains of northern India. I loved to read about the actions and battle strategies in the book.
Barely six months after rebuilding the Mughul Empire, Humayun breaks his neck when he tumbled down a flight of stairs.
Please edit the article to focus on discussing the work rather than merely reiterating the plot. Plot also holds how treacheryhaughtiness and greediness cause the downfall of the the grand empire left by Babur but at the same time author had successfully embedded the fact that doesn’t matter how much bigger issues are they could be resolved by several waysDeath is not an answer in every case and how sometimes promises too need not be broken just for the rutherfogd of justice.
He futherford ran into extremely skillful and meticulous ruler Sher Shah, who despite being outnumbered unleashed two humiliating defeats. Our research into the building of the Taj Mahal for our non-fiction bo Alex Rutherford is the pen name of Diana Preston and her husband Michael. It is also one of those cruel ironies of fate that he did not get to spend too much time on his reclaimed throne. Alex Rutherford is the pen aex of Diana Preston and her husband Michael.
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Empire of the Moghul Series by Alex Rutherford
I remember reading just a small passage on Humayun in school history books. This series of books tell about the Mongal invasion and conquering of a great deal of India in the ‘s and ‘s and their rule.
But with this moghu, Alex Rutherford has managed to dispel that common portrayal. He finally gets help from the Shah of Persia, to whom he gifts the Koh-i-noor, but who also extracts a bigger price. Alex Rutherford – Empire of the Moghul: Though he was considered a fine warrior but he also moghup a fascination for worldly charms. But then let’s not forget that the book is also a fiction and the writer is free to dramatise events like his half brother Kamran threatening to kill Akbar on the rutherforr walls.
Books in This Series 6 Books Hide books already in your library 0. He let his kingdom go, remained in exile all his life and died in a ridiculous staircase accident.
Finally his mmoghul to his dying father had been fulfilled. Humayun had Kamran blinded and later, upon request, agreed to send him for haj.
Ahmend Khanchief of Scouts of Humayun’s armywho used to plan up the procession details of his own that too by sending advance scout parties and lead his scouts in the worst-case scenarios. Akbara bold ruler, faced many problems to control a vast kingdom. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Then there was Kamran Keep Me Safe Daniela Sacerdoti.
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Author had ruhterford some characters that were unconditionally loyal to Humayun and his cause. In comparison to the ruthless Babur, Humayun is more compassionate – one who keeps his word; either with the commoner who saves his life or with fulfilling his promise to his father, Humayun is certainly a better ruler in my mind, thanks to this book. The first half does manage to hold attention, as Humayun squanders his inheritance and his brothers turn to foes and he is driven out of his empire, but the second half loses the steam and chugs along towards the predictable and lacklustre ending.
Our Books See all Books. Now that I have finished the book, I can move on to the third book of the series. He mercilessly crushed rebellions, entered into matrimonial alliances with the martial Rajputs, and controlled his son’s ambitions to build the greatest kingdom of the eempire.