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Muslim Rule in India
Muslim Rule in India saw the emergence of a number of different ruling dynasties who ruled over the subcontinent at successive intervals. Of the various Muslim dynasties that managed to hold sway in the country, the Mughals were by far the most prominent and had a lasting impact on the life, art, architecture, culture and even administration of the country for centuries to come.

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