Baburnamah بابر نامه

Recognized as one of the world’s great autobiographical memoirs, the Bāburnāmah is the story of Ẓahīr al-Dīn Muḥammad Bābur 1483 - 1530 CE, who conquered northern India and established the Timurid-Mughal Empire. Born in Fergana, Babur was a patrilineal Timurid and matrilineal Chingizid. Babur penned his memoir in Chaghatay Turkish, which he referred to as Turkic, and it was later translated into Persian. The present copy in Persian written in nastaʿlīq script in 16th CE. Walter 596
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Birds at Baran, possibly from the Babur-nama late 16th century, Mughal

Birds at Baran, possibly from the Babur-nama late 16th century, Mughal

Babur Entertained by Badi uz-Zaman-Mirza in the Jahan Ara Garden in Herat (lower) Miniatures from the Babur-nama manuscript. India. Mogul style. Late 16th century The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow

Babur Entertained by Badi uz-Zaman-Mirza in the Jahan Ara Garden in Herat (lower) Miniatures from the Babur-nama manuscript. India. Mogul style. Late 16th century The Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow

Babur's Garden. Ideals of Mugal Garden with Char Bagh (four-part garden), Colorful Vegetation, Water Runnels, water tank.

Babur's Garden. Ideals of Mugal Garden with Char Bagh (four-part garden), Colorful Vegetation, Water Runnels, water tank.

A Miniature from Baburnama, Memoirs of Babur (1483-1530)

A Miniature from Baburnama, Memoirs of Babur (1483-1530)

"Timur (1336–1405), the Central Asian ruler from whom the Mughals were descended, sits in the centre of this allegorical painting handing the imperial crown to the founder of the Mughal dynasty, Babur (r.1526–1530), who is seated to his right. On his left is Babur’s son Humayun, the second Mughal emperor (r.1530–1540 and 1544–1545), who briefly lost the throne and was forced into exile in Iran.

"Timur (1336–1405), the Central Asian ruler from whom the Mughals were descended, sits in the centre of this allegorical painting handing the imperial crown to the founder of the Mughal dynasty, Babur (r.1526–1530), who is seated to his right. On his left is Babur’s son Humayun, the second Mughal emperor (r.1530–1540 and 1544–1545), who briefly lost the throne and was forced into exile in Iran.

Babur Entertains in Sultan Ibrahim Lodi's Palace from a Baburnama ca. 1585  Farrukh Beg active early 1580s–1619)  Mughal dynasty   Opaque watercolor, ink and gold on paper H: 40.9 W: 27.0 cm  Lahore, Pakistan

Babur Entertains in Sultan Ibrahim Lodi's Palace from a Baburnama ca. 1585 Farrukh Beg active early 1580s–1619) Mughal dynasty Opaque watercolor, ink and gold on paper H: 40.9 W: 27.0 cm Lahore, Pakistan

The battle of Panipat at which Sultan Ibrāhīm, the last of the Lōdī Sultans of Delhi, dies.W596

The battle of Panipat at which Sultan Ibrāhīm, the last of the Lōdī Sultans of Delhi, dies.W596

1497: Babur, a descendant of both Genghis Khan and Timur, becomes the ruler of Ferghana (Uzbekistan)

1497: Babur, a descendant of both Genghis Khan and Timur, becomes the ruler of Ferghana (Uzbekistan)

This painting depicts the Mughal emperor Babur with his companions confronting their enemies in the mountains of Kharābūk and Pashāmūn.W596

This painting depicts the Mughal emperor Babur with his companions confronting their enemies in the mountains of Kharābūk and Pashāmūn.W596

On their way to Hindustan, Babur and his men stop for the night before crossing the Indus river.W596

On their way to Hindustan, Babur and his men stop for the night before crossing the Indus river.W596

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