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Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 summary ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Alex Rutherford ✓ 8 review Ully commanding tens of thousands of men elephants and innovative technology And despite the unimaginable bloodshed that resulted from it his rule was based on universal religious toleranceHowever Akbar's home life was complicated He defied family nobles and mullahs to marry a beautiful Rajput princess whose people he had conuered; but she hated Akbar and turned Salim his eldest s. The third in Alex Rutherford s Empire of the Moghul and the one that focuses on the greatest Mughal of them all Jalal ud Din Muhammad Akbar The first Mughal to be born in Hindustan technically Pakistan now and crowned emperor at the age of 13 on the death of his father Humayun His early years were lived in the shadow of his trusted advisor Bairam Khan who as time went on Akbar began to resent This was probably the first of Akbar s failed close relationships a theme that comes out in the book uite clearly Except for his mother and his aunt Akbar s relationships be it with his milk mother and brother sons wives were cordial at best His early experiences made it difficult for him to trust people but that did not deter him from creating an empire that stood the test of time and gaining the respect and admiration of his subjects The only exception to this mistrust was Abul Fazl who though has been shown in a slightly negative light himself should be thanked for elaborately chronicling the details of everything that happened in Akbar s life This assumes greater importance because it was an important period in India s history in terms of trade relations with neighbours Christian missionaries arriving in India and so on Indeed it was probably due to Abul Fazl that Akbar s relationship with his eldest son Salim became as strained as it did The book explores this relationship between father and son uite well Feuds between brothers had been common in Mughal succession but in this case Salim felt his father was blocking him from inheriting what was rightfully his It was only thanks to his grandmother Hamida Akbar s mother that things were always settled amicably Though displaying several vices Salim is shown to rise above them many a time thanks to Suleiman Beg his close friend but forever feels let down by his father a mutual feeling This would probably prove to be a hereditary curse as the end of the book shows a strained relationship between Jahangir the name Salim adopts and his son Khusrau The book focuses as much on Salim as Akbar himself In fact the military political administrative and other contributions that Akbar made have been underplayed a bit Towards the end Salim s frustrations and Akbar s mismanagement of his son cause many fissures the Anarkali episode rebellion etcIt also captures Akbar as a person his failings as a father a hint of megalomania especially when he goes on to start his own faith his illiteracy in addition to his sense of justice and fairness his readiness to work alongside labourers his love for his grandsons and so on I liked this book than its predecessors because though it probably doesn t do justice to the greatness of Akbar as much as I d have liked it to the author does note that he has omitted events and timescalesthe narrative is gripping and never falters

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Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 summary ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Alex Rutherford ✓ 8 review On against him What's as any Moghul prince could inherit his father's crown and become emperor his sons were brought up to be intensely competitive and suspicious of each other to see each other as rivals for the greatest prize of all And as Salim grew to manhood the relationship between father and son became tainted by rebellion and competition to be the greatest Moghul of them a. I have been wondering these past 24 hours on how to frame my review for the Ruler of the World My feelings are ambivalent There is so much I didn t like and yet this is one of those books that I am glad to have read one that has made something of an impact in a mind eager to absorb as much historical information as it can even if fictionally servedArguably the most awaited read from the series on the back of the most accomplished of the Mughal rulers who star in this collection of tales And yet it is perhaps this very reason that makes any attempt at explaining or depicting Jalaluddin Mohammed Akbar s life vulnerable to criticism If the stories of the Mughal era are all pervasive in the Indian culture Akbar and his tales take centre stage in that narrative The romance of a film evidently fantasy than fact the jest of the animated ruler and his clever companion that makes for most of the wonder years of an Indian raised child or the wonderous recollection of the nine gems in a most glorious court pop culture is full of references and deeply embedded stories and little tales Embellishing this intangible fabric of a nations culture is architecture of eually if not stunning proportions How could any tale that doesn t even acknowledge his given not taken name even come close to doing justice to my expectationsAnd now that I have expressed the most annoying niggle here is one a close second Why did the author couple decide to change the perspective mid journey to show us of Salim Was the lens of a ruler who lived a full life suddenly not interesting enough because of how uneventfully successful he truly was Is suffering resentment rebellion and treachery so much amenable to the writer s ministrations Perhaps I answer my own uestionsAnd then there is the liberty of Anarkali s Venetian origin the omission of the brilliance of Akbar s court and its many colourful residents the unbelievable yet unshakeable western obsession with the sexual escapades of Mughal rulers and the unmatched lure of the imperial haram which might I recommend reading Daughters of the Sun by Ira Mukhoty if one does want to truly understand and exploreThere is much to rue at the end of this read And yet I find myself primed to pick up the next instalment To follow Salim as he dons the garb of Jahangir to find out how his life inextricably weaves with Mehrunissa s to accompany her as she transforms to Nur Jahan a woman of unmatched character in a dynasty that hides her gender behind veils and wallsPerhaps the stars are not really so much about the author at all Perhaps a reader with imagination will find a way to dream even as she kicks and screams in protest An Aviators Field Book of each Cabin Fever with Alice (Brazen Babysitters, #3) other to see each Biblical E other as rivals for the greatest prize Your Turn Alice Brazen Babysitters #2 of all And as Salim grew to manhood the relationship between father and son became tainted by rebellion and competition to be the greatest Moghul Ancient Ruins (Ancient Dreams Book 1) of them a. 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Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 summary ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Alex Rutherford ✓ 8 review Alex Rutherford's internationally bestselling series continues with the story of the third great Moghul emperor Akbar leader of a triumphant dynasty that contained the seeds of its own destructionAkbar ruler of a sixth of the world's people colossally rich and utterly ruthless was a contemporary of Elizabeth I but infinitely powerful He extended his empire over much of Asia skillf. The book captures the conuests and troubles of Akbar as an emperor well However midway it flips the attention to a different character In my opinion the book provides half and sometimes wrong information about the Mughal empire Its again a nice dramatized version of the life of Akbar and Salim I wouldn t consider it historically accurate But its a simple read if going through history books about Akbar seems boring


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    Alex Rutherford ✓ 8 review PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford I love history and I appreciate the fact that Mr Rutherford has written this page in history like a very exciting book I will applaud his writing style his pace and the ability to keep the reader hookedMaybe as an Indian I

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    PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford This is the third of the Empire of the Moghul series written by a husband and wife team writing as Alex Rutherford and so focuses on the reign of the third Emperor the Great Mughal Akbar Akbar was the first of the Mughals to be born in India and like his grandfather Babur the founder of the Empire was placed on the throne at only thirteen and has to learn to take charge very early in life though he has with hi

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    PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford The book captures the conuests and troubles of Akbar as an emperor well However midway it flips the attention to a different character In my opinion the book provides half and sometimes wrong information about the Mughal emp

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    Alex Rutherford ✓ 8 review characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Alex Rutherford read Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 The third in Alex Rutherford's 'Empire of the Moghul' and the one that focuses on the greatest Mughal of them all Jalal ud Din Muhammad Akbar The first Mughal to be born in Hindustan technically Pakistan now and

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    read Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Alex Rutherford The opulence and magnanimity of Akbar's reign is the leitmotif of this book The pace is slow relative to the previous works of the author and hugely revolves around akbar and salim relationship It could have been interesting if akbar had got

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    PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford The book is about the story of Akbar and his son Salim The first chapters are really interesting and engaging as and when akbar regains the control of the empire at a small age How he is manipulated and how he deals with his commanders Once he establishes his reign then it is just about him ruling and salim trying to do e

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    characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Alex Rutherford PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford Alex Rutherford ✓ 8 review not as great as the first two but still fantastic sometimes the dramatic fight seuences are too filmy author could have kept it real anyway great book overall

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    PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Alex Rutherford read Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 I have been wondering these past 24 hours on how to frame my review for the Ruler of the World My feelings are ambivalent There is so much I didn’t like and yet this is one of those books that I am glad to have read one that has made something of an impact in a mind eager to absorb as much historical information as it

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    PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford Between the rise and fall of an empire there are monster waves of turbulent times and idyllic periods of prosperity and general well being During the turbulent times the men or women who lead the nation are either venerated as heroes or despised as tyrants On the other hand the ruler of a nation at a period of prosperity is always seen as wise just and upon reflection is suffused with a superhuman aura For the Mughal dynasty such a place

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    PDF NEW Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3 Ù Alex Rutherford After reading ‘Raiders from the North’ the story of Babur and ‘The Tainted Throne’ Jahangir’s tale I finally got down to ‘Ruler of the World’ the story of Akbar the greatest of the Moghuls expecting pomp show grandeur and a man blessed by the Gods with everything the heart desires and What I got how

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  • Hardcover
  • 416
  • Ruler of the World Empire of the Moghul #3
  • Alex Rutherford
  • English
  • 17 October 2018
  • 9780312597023