Translation of Mogul in Spanish:

Mogul

mogol, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈməʊɡ(ə)l//ˈmoʊɡəl/

noun

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    (in India)
    mogol masculine
    the Great Mogul el Gran Mogol
    • The Mughals had vanquished the Hindu rulers who had flourished since the time of the Yadavas.
    • So, in India you first had the Rajas, then the Mughals came and finally the British.
    • Gowing asked: ‘Are you a believer in the Great Mogul? ‘and then stood up.’
    • The Taj Mahal is the most beautiful monument built by the Mughals, the Muslim rulers of India.
    • In 1739, when Nadir Shah of Persia invaded India and captured Delhi, he got it from the Moghuls, and took with him to Persia.
    • The Mughals are descendants of the greatest Muslim rulers of India, the Mughals and occupy third place.
    • There were many contenders for the place vacated by the Mughals, but it was the British who ultimately emerged successful.
    • Since the decline of the Gupta dynasty to the age of the Mughals, there was no central political authority through most of India.
    • Perhaps the greatest of the Mughals was Akbar, who reigned from 1556 to 1605 and was able, through tolerance and generosity, to win over his Hindu subjects.
    • The Moors took the Persian garden to Spain (the Alhambra), the Mughals took it to India (the Taj Mahal).
    • Secondly the sultans put into place a system of administration - revenue collection, taxes and minting - that would serve as the base for their successors the Mughals.
    • The Mughals of India were mighty rulers, for three centuries, especially in their golden days for six generations, from
    • A letter of his from the court of the Great Mogul is printed by Purchas, and this and another letter from the East are included in the compilation.
    • The Mughals, who also ruled in Kabul, needed the pass and under Akbar ‘the Great’ a road was built.
    • The representations of Jahangir, the Great Mogul, by English travellers, merchants, and diplomats who visited and resided in India in the early seventeenth century largely perpetuate this binary.
    • The Mughals were Muslims who ruled a country with a large Hindu majority.
    • Most supported the British and Mughals merely to keep themselves enthroned.
    • The Muslim Mughals were always fearful of their Hindu subjects and could not rely on them to fight against European rivals, notably the British.
    • We have been ruled by the Mughals, the Sikhs and the Dogras.
    • Delicacies such as kebabs and curries that were introduced to royal courts by the Moghuls have now been woven into the local cuisine.
    • The Mughal emperor Akbar in 1587 won Kashmir and then it remained with Mughals till 1752, when Afghans won it.
    • Yes, I am a successor of the great Mughals, but that does not make any difference to me.
    • Then followed the long rule of the Sultanate, the Mughals and then their decline.
  • 2mogul

    (powerful person)
    (masculine and feminine) magnate