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Similarities & Differences of the Ottoman & MUghal empires.

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Justice Kelton

on 5 October 2015

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Transcript of Similarities & Differences of the Ottoman & MUghal empires.

Similarities for political organization
Modernized army

Conquered many lands

Strengthened government

Worked with religious leaders
Similarities of commercial trade
Trade newtworks linked India to the Middle EastSouth East Asia and China
Religion Differences
Akbar of the Mughal Dynasty consulted leaders of many faiths, including Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians. He hoped to promote religious harmony through tolerance.
The Ottomans ruled diverse peoples of many religions. Muslims, Greek Christians,Armenian Christians and Jews
Mughal Empire decline
When Europeans seeked trading rights Mugals saw no threat

The Dutch,English and French built forts & houses

Conflicts between Hindus & Muslims came about

As the Empire fell French and English traders fought for power

Dutch, British & French established companies

Each company had its owm army

Then British and French fought for global power

The British used their army to drive out the Fench ad dominated most of India.
Ethnic tolerance differences
Similarities & Differences of the Ottoman & MUghal empires.
By Abby & Justice

In the Mughal Dynasty Akbar who created a strong central government accepted Muslims,Hindus,Buddhist and Christians.
In the Ottoman Empire boys were converted to Islam and put into military training.
The brightest students got special education to become government officials
Non Muslim girls from Eastern Europe served as slaves in wealthy Muslim houses. Some might have been accepted in to the household.
At the top were the "The Men of The Sword" which were soldiers, Next were "Men of the Pen" Which were scientists,lawyers, Judges,and Poets.
Ottoman Empire
Suleima killed his 2 sons as he suspected them of treason

After his death the empire slows down

Russia and other European powers took over Ottoman lands
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