During the fall of the Mughal empire most of the Mughals that survived were forced to flee, leaving their land and wealth behind. They escaped into the mountains of Kashmir and gradually settled in Azaad Kashmir - Pakistan. With their love for Architecture, they took to work as builders Mistry.
Early life[ edit ] Khusrau was born in Lahore on August 16, She committed suicide on May 16, by consuming opium. When Khusrau's marriage was arranged with her, an order was given that S'aid Khan Abdullah Khan and Mir Sadr Jahan should conveyrupees  as sachaq to the Mirza's house by the way of Sihr baha.
The marriage was arranged by Khusrau's grandfather, Emperor Akbar. She was the mother of Prince Gurshasp Mirza born on 8 April Akbar had been deeply disappointed with Khusrau's father Jahangir.
Perhaps due to this background, Khusrau rebelled against his father in to secure the throne for himself. Khusrau is captured and presented to Jahangir. Khusrau compelled to watch his supporters impaled Khusrau left Agra on April 6,  with horsemen on the pretext of visiting the tomb of Akbar at nearby Sikandra.
In Mathurahe was joined by Hussain Beg with about horsemen. In Panipathe was joined by Abdur Rahim, the provincial dewan administrator of Lahore. Jahangir soon reached Lahore with a large army and Khusrau was defeated in the battle of Bhairowal.
He and his followers tried to flee towards Kabul but they were captured by Jahangir's army while crossing the Chenab. He was seated in grand style on an elephant and paraded down Chandni Chowkwhile on both sides of the narrow street, the noblemen and barons who had supported him were held at knife-point on raised platforms.
As the elephant approached each such platform, the luckless supporter was impaled on a stake through his bowelswhile Khusrau was compelled to watch the grisly sight and listen to the screams and pleas of those who had supported him. This was repeated numerous times through the entire length of Chandni Chowk.
However, his eyesight was never completely lost. Inhe was handed over to Asaf Khanthe brother of his step-mother Nur Jehan. Inhe was handed over to his younger brother Prince Khurram later known as emperor Shah Jahanwho incidentally was Asaf Khan's son-in-law.
InKhusrau was killed on the orders of Prince Khurram. On Jumada-l awwal 26, AH January 23, Dawar, his brother Garshasp, uncle Shahryaras well as Tahmuras and Hoshang, sons of the deceased Prince Daniyalwere all put to death by Asaf Khan,  who was ordered by Shah Jahan to send them "out of the world", which he faithfully carried out.The Mughal Empire (Persian: گورکانیان , translit.
Gūrkāniyān; Urdu: مغلیہ سلطنت , translit. Mughliyah Saltanat) or Mogul Empire was an empire in the Indian subcontinent, founded in It was established and ruled by a Muslim dynasty with Turco-Mongol Chagatai roots from Central Asia, but with significant Indian Rajput and Persian ancestry .
The Mughal empire was founded by Babur, a Turk who claimed ancestry from Timur (also known as Tamerlane) and Genghis Khan. Babur's first foothold was in Afghanistan, where he settled in Kabul after being driven from Samarkand, the capital of his Timurid forefathers, by Uzbek tribes.
Use census records and voter lists to see where families with the Mughal surname lived. Within census records, you can often find information like name of household members, ages, birthplaces, residences, and occupations.
Mughal (also Moghul or Mogul), a word related to the Mongols, may refer to: The Mughal Empire of South Asia Mughal emperors Mughal tribe, the Asian peoples from which the rulers of the empire came Mughal architecture, a style of architecture Mughal painting, a style of painting Mughlai cuisine, a "Mughal" style of cooking Mughal gardens, a style .
History of Genealogy > 1: Introduction The primary goal of the Mirza Family Genealogy site is to bring better clarity and understanding of who the ancestors of the family are and assist the family members in their understanding of their heritage. Firstly it contains a continuation of the genealogical line, extending right down to the end of the Mughal dynasty in India.
Genealogical links are indicated by vertical red lines, linked with red circles or rectangles for the names of sons and daughters respectively.