Exhibition inviting visitors into the sumptuous world of the Mughals, which at its peak stretched from Kabul in the east and over most of the South Asian subcontinent. It will reveal the extravagant lives of the emperors, their strategic methods of managing their vast and culturally diverse empire and their active role as patrons of art, literature and sciences, as well as builders of legendary monuments such as the Taj Mahal. Behind the stunning visual imagery are dramatic stories of the empire, rife with poisonings, love affairs and a constant hunger for knowledge and power.
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