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A very informational video about Mughal History, their way of life and the weapons they used during that time period. Very much worth watching!
A very informational video about Mughal History their way of life, and the weapons they used during that time period. Very much worth watching!
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[ Warrior Empire: The Mughals ]
I just watched this today and I loved it. In 90 minutes, this provides you with a great introduction to the Mughals, their origins as nomadic peoples and how this shaped their style of conquest. Particular attention is paid to the innovative weapons they either brought from Central Asia or adopted from the locals. I am not a military history fan but I found the weapon demonstrations most interesting and enlightening. Those of you familiar with the Mughals may agree that covering 3 + centuries of history in 90 minutes can only amount to massive omissions. For example, they did not go over the cultural legacy left by the Mughals apart from their exquisit architectural legacy. They also overlooked how the Mughals expanded the reaches of Islam throughout the subcontinent. Their contributions to poetry, literature, painting and language are also overlooked. It didn't bother me as much because everything they included was of interest, though more politically and militarily speaking than anything else. I wish they came up with several volumes of this dinasty rather than the 90 minute documentary but for now it is the best I've found. Highly recommended.
Mughal's the warrior empire - truely good
It had a account of the most dominating rulers from out of India, who ruled and contributed a lot to the india the way it is. Liked the accounts from historians from India and the weapon interspectiion from weapon experts. Did not like the missing accounts of the other rulers which were lesser known or didn't rule for long , it was a must and is missing.
The Mughals as seen by the History Channel!
The History of the glorious Mughals who ruled India for over 300 years whose highlights and attributes are still vividly present in Indian culture and history. It is basically seen from the viewpoints of the West. It is not quite precise. This History Channel documentary is average in all its production aspects and values and did not do justice to the grandeur and magnificence of the Mughals.