Who was Muhammad Waris?

Who was Muhammad Waris?

Muhammad Waris, a pupil of Lahori was given the responsibility to complete the task and his Badshahnama (completed in 1656) covers the rest of the period of Shah Jahan’s reign. His work was published by the Asiatic Society as the third volume of the Badshahnama of Lahori.

Is Padshahnama an autobiography?

The Padshahnama fits into a tradition of imperial autobiographies or official court biographies, seen in various parts of the world.

Who has written Shahjahannama?

Inayat KhanShahjahannama / Author

Who was known as Engineer King?

Shah Jahan
Shah Jahan is known as “Engineer King”. He is known by the name because of his inclination towards architecture. He built Taj Mahal, Shahjahanabad (Delhi) city, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Pearl Mosque, and Peacock throne. Shah Jahan was the fifth Mughal emperor.

Who writes Badshah?

Abdul Hamid Lahori
A pupil of Abu’l Fazl, Abdul Hamid Lahori is known as the author of the Badshah Nama. Emperor Shah Jahan, hearing of his talents, commissioned him to write a history of his reign modelled on the Akbar Nama.

Who wrote Shah Namah?

Abd al-Hamid Lahori
The Padshahnama (‘Book of Emperors’) is a chronicle commissioned by the fifth Mughal emperor Shah-Jahan (r. 1628–58). The text is a propagandist celebration of his reign and his dynasty.

Why is Shah Jahān called the king of architecture?

Shah Jahan was known as the ‘Engineer King’ because the Mughal architecture reached its peak under him. The Taj Mahal built by him is counted among one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Apart from it, he built Shahjahanabad (Old Delhi) and built the famous Red Fort.

Who took away the famous Peacock Throne of Shah Jahān?

Nader Shah of Persia
Shah Jahan, his son Aurangzeb, and later Mughal rulers of India sat on the glorious seat until 1739, when Nader Shah of Persia sacked Delhi and stole the Peacock Throne.

Who wrote Akbar Nama and Badshah Nama?

Detailed Solution. The correct answer is Option 2, i.e Abdul Hamid Lahori. Among the important illustrated Mughal chronicles the Akbar Nama and Badshah Nama (The Chronicle of a King) are the most well known. The author of the Akbar Nama was Abu’l Fazl.

Who wrote the Abdul Nama?

‘Padshah-nama’ (Chronicle of the Emperor) written by Abdul Hamid Lahori, is the official visual history giving a detailed account of the reign of which of the following Mughal Emperor? Notes: Padshahnama or Badshah Nama is a genre of works written as the official history of the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan’s reign.

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