Though Babur himself does not seem to have commissioned any illustrated versions, his grandson began as soon as he was presented with the finished Persian translation in November The first of four illustrated copies made under Akbar over the following decade or so was broken up for sale in Some 70 miniatures are dispersed among various collections, with 20 in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The three other versions, partly copied from the first, are in the National Museum, New Delhi almost complete, dated , British Library out of an original miniatures, probably early s , and a copy mostly lacking the text divided between the State Museum of Eastern Cultures , Moscow and the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
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It is an autobiographical work, written in the Chagatai language, known to Babur as "Turki" meaning Turkic , the spoken language of the Andijan-Timurids. Babur's prose is highly Persianized in its sentence structure, morphology, and vocabulary, and also contains many phrases and smaller poems in Persian. Overview Bbur was an educated Timurid and his observations and comments in his memoirs reflect an interest in nature, society, politics and economics.
His vivid account of events covers not just his life, but the history and geography of the areas he lived in, and their flora and fauna, as well as the people with whom he came into contact. An image of Rhino hunt from Baburnama. In the month of Ramadan of the year and in the twelfth year of my age, I became ruler in the country of Farghana.
After some background, Bbur describes his fluctuating fortunes as a minor ruler in Central Asia in which he took and lost Samarkand twice and his move to Kabul in There is a break in the manuscript between and By the latter date Bbur is established in Kabul and from there launches an invasion into northwestern India. The final section of the Bburnma covers the years to and the establishment of the Mughal empire in India, which Bbur's descendants would rule for three centuries.
The Baburnama is also the earliest known reference to mass conversions of the jatt tribes converting to Islam and the only known Islamic text describing an Islamic conquest into Hindu India providing a great insight into the ongoings of an Islamic Empire progressing. The Domain of Fergana has seven towns, five on the south and two on the north of the Syr river.
Of those on the south, one is Andijan. It has a central position and is the capital of the Fergana Domain. He also wrote: A man took aim at Ibrahim Beg. But then Ibrahim Beg yelled,"Hai! Two plates of my armour cracked. I shot at a man running away along the ramparts, adjusting his cap against the battlements.
He abandoned his cap, nailed to the wall and went off, gathering his turban sash together in his hand. The Bburnma is widely translated and is part of text books in no less than 25 countries mostly in Central, Western, and Southern Asia.
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Flag for Inappropriate Content. Download Now. Related titles. Carousel Previous Carousel Next. The Tuzak-Jahangiri - The memoirs of Jahangir - tuzukijahangirio00jahauoft. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Contents 1 Overview 2 Contents 3 Illustrations from the Manuscript of Baburnama Memoirs of Babur 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading 7 External links Overview Bbur was an educated Timurid and his observations and comments in his memoirs reflect an interest in nature, society, politics and economics.
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Baburnama -Tuzk e Babri
It is written in the Chagatai language , known to Babur as " Turki " meaning Turkic , the spoken language of the Andijan - Timurids. His vivid account of events covers not just his own life, but the history and geography of the areas he lived in as well as the people with whom he came into contact. The book covers topics as diverse as astronomy, geography, statecraft, military matters, weapons and battles, plants and animals, biographies and family chronicles, courtiers and artists, poetry, music and paintings, wine parties, historical monument tours as well as contemplations on human nature. Though Babur himself does not seem to have commissioned any illustrated versions, his grandson began as soon as he was presented with the finished Persian translation in November The first of four illustrated copies made under Akbar over the following decade or so was broken up for sale in Some 70 miniatures are dispersed among various collections, with 20 in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.