International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Survey Paper | History | India | Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020 | Rating: 6.6 / 10


Women and Politics from 1494 A.D. to 1606 A.D.

Sweta Rani


Abstract: The Turk and Mongol ladies had a considerable measure of political rights yet how much can't be. Derived effectively due to the absence of legitimate data. Indeed, even the widow had a lot of significance after the demise of her better half. After his passing, she turned into the custodian of her kids, and truth be told, top of the family. On of the off chance that her significant other was a chief of a clan, for instance, it was nevertheless common for her to turn into the head of the clan. She benefited from this position until her youngsters came to adulthood. Ladies generally did function as regents. In the clan of Timurids, ladies went to the war-fields with their spouses. The incomparable Emperor Chingiz Khan's spouses likewise. They were there, for the most part, to think about their ruler's Many occasions, they battled/next to each other likewise in the wars. In the military of Timur, there were numerous ladies who openly blended with men and boldly battled with lance, blade, and arrows. This research paper deals with detail and is concerned about the achievement and political activities of Mughal women. This research paper deals with Mughal ladies from Babar's time to the times of Akbar, with extraordinary accentuation. The notice must be made likewise of the most remarkable among them like Aisan Daulat Begam and Qutluq Nigar Khanum, the maternal grandma, and mother of Babar. At that point we have Babar's sister Khanzada Begam, his daughter gulbadanbegam; Humayun's wife Hamida Banu Begam; Akbar's attendant Maham Anaga; Akbar's spouses Ruquaiya Begam, Salima Sultan Begam, and others. Ahsan Daulat Begum was the grandmother of Babur. She was wise and far-sighted. Qutlugnigar Khanum was his mother. She went with him to wars. Babur's wife Mahimbegam helped him tremendously. She helped Humayun in a dynamic way. Babur's other wife, Mubarika supported him to control Afghanistan. During the rule of Humayun, khanzadabegam, Mahimbegam, Gulbadanbegam were notable women who have been active in the political course of events. In Akbar's period MahamAnga, HamidaBanu, Ruquiayabegam, Salima Sultan were extremely influential women who were incredibly spontaneous in politics. This research paper deals with all of them.


Keywords: Qutlug nigar khanam, Aihsan Daulat begam, Timur, Chingiz khan, politics, attendant, Afghanistan, Maham Anga, Mongol, war


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020,


Pages: 1403 - 1407


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