The guidebooks tell one story of Delhi: the beautiful Mughal gardens and the city snapped from a rickshaw.
Thus peacefully departed the real founder of the Mughal empire.
Some of the kos mnrs on the old Mughal roads were over 30ft.
Kngra did not fall to the Mughal till the reign of the son of Akbar.
India disappeared, apparently for ever, from the grasp of the Mughal.
Krishna in a flowing dhoti wanders in meadows gay with feathered trees while Radha and her confidante appear in Mughal garb.
Another body of Mughal troops took them simultaneously in flank.
None the less there are two ways in which Mughal painting, as developed under Akbar, contributed to the Krishna story.
Such a portrayal is what we might perhaps expect from a Mughal edition.
The Mughal Government in its best days was a peripatetic one.
"powerful person," 1670s, from Great Mogul, Mongol emperor of India after the conquest of 1520s, from Persian and Arabic mughal, mughul, alteration of Mongol (q.v.), the Asiatic people.
"elevation on a ski slope," 1961, probably [Barnhart] from Scandinavian (cf. dialectal Norwegian mugje, fem. muga, "a heap, a mound"), or [OED] from southern German dialect mugel in the same sense.