Mughal

Mughal

Mughal, a word related to the Mongols, may refer to the:

See also

  • Mogul (disambiguation) - an English version of "Mughal"

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  • Mughal Garden Wah — Mughal Garden, Wah, Pakistan Mughal Garden Wah is an elaborate garden dating back to the era of the Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great (1542 1605), located in the city of Wah, Punjab, Pakistan. Contents 1 …   Wikipedia

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