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Muslim Empire Lesson 6 Part 1 Muslims in India. Agenda Essential Question – How does expansion create cultural blending? Goals - Students will be able.

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1 Muslim Empire Lesson 6 Part 1 Muslims in India

2 Agenda Essential Question – How does expansion create cultural blending? Goals - Students will be able to trace the course of Muslim expansion in India to 13 th century Tasks – Do Now: Take out homework & Match the Moghul ruler with his/her accomplishments – Power Point – Moghul Match Homework – Muslim Achievement Presentations lesson 7 CP1-2 & 4 Slide due Tuesday & Presentation Wednesday CP1-6 Slide due Wednesday & Presentation Thursday – Section 11.4 Two-column notes & Guided Reading and Quiz on Muslims in India lesson 8 CP1-2 Monday; CP1-4 & 6 Friday

3 Please Do Now: Match Mughal & description 2. Babur 4. Akbar 7. Jahngir 6. Shah Jahan 5. Aurangzeb 1. Nur Jahan 3. Mumtaz Mahal  I built Taj Mahal as a tomb for my wife.  I created a fair graduated tax & eliminated non- Muslim and Hindu taxes.  I allowed my wife, the Persian princess, Nur Jahan to rule.  I am the founder of Mughal Dynasty.  I killed my own brother and imprisoned my father to take over the empire.  I am one of the most powerful women in Indian history.  My husband built the Taj Mahal for me after I died giving birth to my 14 th child.

4 Muslim Expansion

5 Delhi Sultanate Muslim Empire in India Early Muslims defeated Hindus No unity amongst Hindu princes Turkish mounted archers were faster than Hindus on elephants Low caste Hindus converted to Islam o Muslims rejected caste system

6 Muslims in India Eventually, Muslims became more tolerant of Hindus

7 Muslims in India Cultural blending New languages – Urdu – “from the soldier’s camp” – Arabic, Persian & Hindi

8 Mughal Dynasty Babur Akbar Jahngir Nur Jahan Shah Jahan Mumtaz Mahal Aurangzeb

9 Babur Founder of Mughal Dynasty in India 1526 invaded India with guns & cannons “Islam can better be preached by the arms of love and affection, rather than the sword of tyranny and persecution.”

10 Akbar Religious tolerance Opened paid government jobs to all castes based on merit Modernized army Encouraged international trade Akbar “Great One”

11 Jahangir & Nur Jahan Jahangir Akbar’s son allowed his wife, the Persian princess, Nur Jahan to rule Nur Jahan Most powerful woman in Indian history

12 Shah Jahan Built grand structures but ruled poorly Taj Mahal was built as a tomb for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal – 20,000 workers over 22 years Heavy taxes Mutaz Mahal

13 Aurangzeb Expanded the empire to its largest Lost support of the people by persecuting Hindus Empire declined as a result of economic hardships and increased revolts

14 Mughal Match Get into groups of 3 students Each group starts at a different Mughal station Match the Mughal with the correct description – you have 1 minute Move to the next station and repeat When you have finished all stations hand in your teams answers so we can tally the winning group 2. Babur 4. Akbar 7. Jahngir 6. Shah Jahan 5. Aurangzeb 1. Nur Jahan 3. Mumtaz Mahal

15 Please Do Again: Match Mughal & description 2. Babur 4. Akbar 7. Jahngir 6. Shah Jahan 5. Aurangzeb 1. Nur Jahan 3. Mumtaz Mahal  I built Taj Mahal as a tomb for my wife.  I created a fair graduated tax & eliminated non- Muslim and Hindu taxes.  I allowed my wife, the Persian princess, Nur Jahan to rule.  I am the founder of Mughal Dynasty.  I killed my own brother and imprisoned my father to take over the empire.  I am one of the most powerful women in Indian history.  My husband built the Taj Mahal for me after I died giving birth to my 14 th child.


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