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IJSRP, Volume 7, Issue 8, August 2017 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]



      Naseer Ahmad Mir

Abstract: The Mughals grandeur has been affirmatively accepted by contemporary historians of all the time. This was expressed in both private as well as in their public life. In order to run the administration efficiently, it was necessary to keep a vigil eyeing on the public affairs, for this the Mughal emperors used to travel long distances. The estimated journey they travelled with their large camps was about 16 km per day. And at the end of theday, they rested in the place like tents, though temporary. Mughal emperors spent nearly forty percent of their time in the camps while on tours and the duration of such tours often lasting a year or longer. One occasion Emperor Jahangir was away from his capital Agra for 5 years and 7 months

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