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" ... a brick building. A running and clear stream yet waters the fragrant flowers of the cemetery, which is the great holiday resort of the people of Kabul. In the front of the grave is a small but chaste mosque of white marble ; and overlooking the tomb... "
From the Black Sea Through Persia and India - Seite 345
von Edwin Lord Weeks - 1896 - 437 Seiten
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The History of India, Band 2

1841
...In the midst of these intrigues, with which he Death of was, probably, unacquainted, Baber expired, the most admirable, though not the most powerful, prince that ever reigned in Asia. He died, at AD 1530, Agra, in the fiftieth year of his age, and the A.^! 937.' thirty-eighth of his...
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The new guide to Delhi

Alfred Frederick Pollock HARCOURT - 1873 - 143 Seiten
...in the 50th year of his age. He was buried at Cabul by his own desire. Elphinstone says, " he " was the most admirable, though not the most powerful, " Prince that ever reigned in Asia." For a long time he kept a diary of his life, and his writings " contain a minute " account of the life...
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... Catalogue of the Objects of Indian Art Exhibited in the South Kensington ...

Henry Hardy Cole, William Tayler - 1874 - 352 Seiten
...50th -year of hi.s age, in 1530. He was buried by his own desire at Kabul. Elphinstone says, " he was the most admirable, though not the most powerful, prince, that ever reigned in Asia." 63. For a long time he kept a diary of his life, and his writings, says the historian, " contain a...
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Illustrated India: Its Princes and People: Upper, Central, and Farther India ...

Julia A. Stone - 1877 - 628 Seiten
...and tolerant rulers that swayed sceptre in that age of the world. Elphinstone says: — "Baber was the most admirable, though not the most powerful prince that ever reigned in Asia. He 19 was an accomplished scholar and no mean poet ; his diary abounds in descriptions of the countries...
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The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Band 1

Edward Balfour - 1885
...mosque of white marble ; and overlooking the tomb is a hill from which is a noble prospect. He was the most admirable, though not the most powerful, prince that ever reigned in Asia. He kept a diary in the purest Turki tongue, the Tuzak-iBabari, or Wakiat-i-Babari, which has been translated...
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Harper's Magazine, Band 91

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1895
...greatest calamity that had fallen on mankind since the Deluge, as they had no religion to teach, 110 seeds of improvements to sow, nor did they offer an...and a poet. With Shah Jehan the Mogul power may be said^to have reached its climax. After Aurungzebe the decadence began, and the invasion of the Persian...
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