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Mughal-Mongol genealogy

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The rulers of the Mughal Empire shared certain genealogical relations with the Mongol royals. As they emerged in a time when this distinction had become less common, the Mughals identification as such has stuck and they have become known as one of the last Mongol successor states. As descendants of Timur, they are also members of the Timurid Dynasty, and therefore were connected to other royal families in the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Far East. So, the Mughal Empire has descended from the two most powerful dynasties.

Babur was also directly descended from Genghis Khan through his son Chagatai Khan.

Khabul Khan
BörteGenghis KhanHasarHachiunTemügeBelguteiBehter
SartaqYesü MöngkeYesünto'aAlghuKaidu
BaraqMöngkeKublai KhanHulaguAriq Böke
Yasa'urDuwaZhenjinAbaqa Khan
Qazan KhanDuwa TemürEsen Buqa ITarmashirinTemürArghunGaykhatu
Saray Mulk KhanumTimurTughlugh TimurGhazanÖljaitü
Shah RukhMiran ShahMiz Ga LaIlyas KhojaAbu Sa'id Bahadur Khan
Sultan IbrahimMuhammad MirzaUwais Khan
‘AbdullahAbu Sa'id MirzaYunus KhanEsen Buqa II
Sultan AhmadUmar Sheikh MirzaQutlugh KhanumMahmud KhanDost Muhammad
BaburMirza DughlatKebek Sultan
Gulbadan BegumGulchehra BegumHumayunKamran MirzaAskari MirzaHindal
AkbarMuhammad Hakim
Sultan Nisar BegumKhusrau MirzaParwezBahar Banu BegumShah JahanShahrayar
Dara ShikohShah ShujaJahanara BegumRoshanara BegumAurangzebMurad Baksh
Muhammad Azam ShahBahadur Shah IMuhammad AkbarMuhammad Kam Baksh
Azim-ush-ShanRafi'u-sh-shanJahandar ShahKhujista AkhtarNekosiyarMuhayyiu-s-sana
FarrukhsiyarShah Jahan IIRafi'u-d-DarjatMuhammad IbrahimAlamgir IIMuhammad ShahShah Jahan III
Shah Alam IIAhmad Shah Bahadur
Akbar Shah IIBedar Bakht
Qutb-ud-dinMirza Jahan ShahBahadur Shah ZafarMirza Salim
Mirza FakhruMirza MughalMirza Dara BakhtMirza Shah Abbas

See also


  • Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2001–2005. "Tamerlane, c.1336–1405, Turkic conqueror, b. Kesh, near Samarkand. He is also called Timur Leng (Faisal R.). The son of a tribal leader, in 1370 Timur became an in-law of a direct descendant of Genghis Khan, when he destroyed the army of Husayn of Balkh. After the battle, he took Husayn of Balkh's widow, Saray Mulk-khanum (daughter of Qazan, the last Chaghatai Khan of Mawarannah, into his harem as his fourth wife. For the rest of his life he called himself Temür Gurgan - son-in-law- of the Great Khan Khan.[1] Timur spent his early military career subduing his rivals in what is now Turkistan; by 1369 he controlled the entire area from his capital at Samarkand."
  • Mirza Muhammad Haidar. "Silk Road". Seattle: University of Washington. Retrieved 7 November 2006. On the occasion of the birth of Babar Padishah (the son of Omar Shaikh)
  • Tarikh-i-Rashidi: A History of the Moghuls of Central Asia. Elias and Denison Ross (ed. and trans.). 1898, reprinted 1972. ISBN 0-7007-0021-8


  1. ^ Tamerlane, by Justin Marozzi

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