Mah Chuchak Begum Summary Mah Chuchak Begum was the Wife of the second Mughal emperor Humayun born in Afghanistan. She was the sister of Bairam Oghlan and Faridun Khan Kabuli. Fast Facts about Mah Chuchak Begum Born Afghanistan Death 28, march 1564 Tomb Kabul, Mughal Empire Children Mirza Farrukh Fal > Mirza Muhammad Hakim > […]
Hamida Banu Begum Early Wife Hamida Banu Begum also known as (Maryam Makani) was born in 1527. Her father, Shaikh Ali Akbar Jami, a Shia Mughal Prince, First Mughal Prince Hindhal Mirza, and the youngest son Babur, Ali-Akbar-Jami. Hamida Banu Begum Her mother is Mah Afroz Begum. First marriage Hamida Banu Begum to Ali-Akbar-Jami in
10 Little Facts about Hamida Banu Begum Also Known as Maryam Makani Born c. 1527 Mughal Empire Died 29 August 1604 Agra, Mughal Empire (present-day India) Tomb Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi Father Shaikh Ali Akbar Jami Mother Mah Afroz Begum Spouse Nasir ud-din Muhammad Humayun Son Akbar the Great Daughter Bakshi Banu Begum > Sakina Banu
Salima Sultan Begum Early Life Salima Sultan Begum was born on 23 February 1539, in Kannauj India. Salima Sultan also known as Bibi Salima Sultana. Salima’s maternal grandfather was emperor Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire and his first Mughal Emperor. Salima Sultan is a very intelligent, brave, and not jealous begum. Salima was
Ruqaiya Sultan Begum Early Life Ruqaiya Sultan Begum was born in 1542 in an orthodox Muslim Family. Timurid dynasty as a Mughal princess. Ruqaiya’s oldest paternal uncle was the second Mughal emperor Humayun (who later became her father-in-law as well). Ruqaiya was the first cousin of her husband and was a Mughal princess by birth.
Who was Jodha Bai Jodha Bai or Marium-Uz-Zamani was the daughter of Raja Bharmal of Amer (Jaipur). Properly known as Jodha Bai, Mariam Uz Zamani was born on October 1, 1542. She was a Hindu Princess but married a Muslim king Akbar. Their marriage was considered to be an example of religious tolerance. Mariam-uz-Zamani was referred