buddhabrot:

 Nur Jahan (whose name means “Light of the World”) attracted large numbers of Persian artists, poets, and scholars to the Mughal court. But she also appointed many of her own family members to official positions, and they acquired a reputation for corruption.

buddhabrot:

 Nur Jahan (whose name means “Light of the World”) attracted large numbers of Persian artists, poets, and scholars to the Mughal court. But she also appointed many of her own family members to official positions, and they acquired a reputation for corruption.

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