History Of Asian Empires

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History of Asian Empires

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History of Asian Empires


The Asian Empires faced numerous environmental changes in the early modern to modern period. The early modern ear starts from the mid of fourteenth century and extends up to the era of eighteenth century. The Asian reason saw the defeat of the Lodhi Dynast at the hand of Babur in the very first battle fought at Panipat. Other empires saw similar coups and wars of other rulers. The Great Mughal Empire emerged among at around 1530 BC. The empire formed adopted the law and regulations of Islam. Majority of the empire was ruled by the mughal emperor. They advocated and implemented the rule of law and were known to be just and fair in there judgment. The Mughal empire exhibited with very strong set of government structure, the people had religious freedom and enjoyed economic prosperity. We will be looking to evaluate the way in which the Asian empires changed from Early Modern Era and modern era. The changes were happening in majority of areas. We will be exploring the areas of government leader ship, trade policy and the lack of funds which facilitated in the transition of the empire from early modern to modern era.


Government Leadership

Government leadership provides the population with set of guide lines to pursue their goals and carry-out their lives. The Mughal Empire's initial years were also the most glorious days of their rule in the subcontinent. The King Akber provided the empire wide spread prosperity and we successful in developing alliance. He made numerous alliances with the Hindu Rajputs but despite his cooperating nature many Hindu Rajputs were against the rule of Mughal Empire but he was successful in reducing the threat and keeping them at bay. Another golden era was under the rule of Shahjahan. The Shah ...
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