This week, we look at the final well-known Mughal emperor of the empire - Abul Muzaffar Muhi-ud-Din Mohammad Aurangzeb, one of the most controversial emperors as depicted by his treatments and attitude towards non-Muslims and his leading style. While the British had already begun to develop and steer towards conquering all of South Asia, and later influencing the world, Aurangzeb's leadership skills; tactics, style and good will were the only aspects which held the empire together through thick and thin.
When Maxwell Peters realizes that his company is falling apart, he learns he has nowhere else to go and must think of a plan for the company to continue living, but his arrogant personality results in a major problem.
Well, it’s been over a week since my school began and boy did I find it difficult to get up early in the morning! I usually wake up at around 2 PM whenever there isn’t school, but thanks to the new, perplexed and abnormal schedule school creates, I wake up earlier than I should nowadays (weekends). But, let’s just review what supposedly happens every summer and why I dread returning to school at the end of the vacations.
At the beginning of every summer vacation, one usually does nothing else except sleep and eat all day long (well, not really). I sit around, usually bored, reading books and stuff; hanging out with friends and what everyone usually does during these few weeks. However, nowadays, the summer is divided up into three phases: the boring phase, the OMG, I need to do this, and GOD NO, I HAVE TO DO THIS BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS OR MY SUMMER WILL BE BORING phase. At the beginning of the summer, it turned out that I was eager to receive my examinations results, which thankfully, made my parents proud (however they say it). To commemorate the result day, my friends and I, like we always do, got together and celebrated another year of hardship.
Okay, let’s go on.
Throughout the summer, I had been focusing on History Republic and The Forum, which focus on history and teen literature respectively. While not being the original founder of any of the blogs (well, I’m sure about The Forum), I still scored a high position; turns out to be one of the main reasons for my vacant blog. Tedious tasks and posts were what made up most of my writing time on the Internet due to these two blogs and to cover up, I had no other choice but to reblog.
However, let’s move onto school. When you return back to school, it seems to be a major change in your life. You know, dramatic changes such as focusing much of your time on your school work and not having much time to do benefit oneself with activities he/she likes, which is of course, disappointing. But I guess it’s all part of life. Meeting new people, reuniting with old friends and teachers as well as a student’s best-friend, homework (*cough, cough*), one couldn’t imagine a life without school…. I guess.
Anyway, sorry for no posting frequently, I’ve been working on loads of other things and personal matters, so I managed to pull out as much time as possible from my schedule to write.Thanks for reading, Stephanie S.
The Golden Age of Mughal architecture; the grandson of the legendary Mughal Emperor, Akbar the Great's son, and the Golden Age of the Mughal empire all relates to one person: A'la Azad Abul Muzaffar Shahab ud-Din Mohammad Khurram i.e Shah Jahan. Shah Jahan was the fifth Mughal emperor who was the successor of Jahangir, the rebellious son of Akbar. At a young age, he was chosen as successor to the Mughal throne after the death of his father, Emperor Jahangir, in 1627.