The Mughal World:Life in India's Last Golden Age is a historical non-fiction book written by Abraham Eraly, which sheds light on the life and times of the rulers of the glorious Mughal empire. This empire played a pivotal role in shaping the future of Indian civilization, as we know it today and continues to be of constant interest by many. Along with mouth-watering delicacies, the Mughals also affected the art, music and culture in India and left behind memorable monuments such as the Qutub Minar and Taj Mahal.
The book also talks about the important events that took place in the Mughal dynasty. Speaking about its several important rulers such as Babur, Akbar, Aurangzeb and Shah Jahan, the author tries to explain the way the life of the common folk intertwined with that of the kings. At the crux of it all, the Mughal Empire comprised of men, who ruled their territories with an iron fist but also were wise and saw to it that the overall development was for the betterment of their empire.
Abraham Eraly has written three books, the premise of which is based on Indian history, namely, The Last Spring, Gem in the Lotus, and The First Spring. This book is a continuation of the saga on the history of Indian civilization. A man of immense knowledge, Eraly performs a thorough research for all his books to ensure the reader can understand the historical importance of events that transpired in history based solely on facts. The author has also written a fiction novel called Night of the Dark Trees.
This paperback edition of The Mughal World:Life in India's Last Golden Age has been published by Penguin India in English and comprises 420 pages. The ISBN 10 number of this book is 0143102621, and its ISBN 13 number is 9780143102625. You can easily order it online and enjoy learning about the lavish lifestyle of the Mughals among many other things.