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Write a short note on Nurjahan. Who was Nurjahan

-Nur Jahan whose real/real name was Mehrunnisa, his father's name was Mirza Gyasbeg. Gyasbeg's father was the ruler's minister. After the death of his father, Nirja Gyasbeg came to the family of Hindustan due to economic conditions and adverse conditions. Nur Jahan was born in Kandhar. Mehrunnisa grew up as a beautiful beauty. Mehrunnissa at the age of 17 in 1594
Married to a brave young man named Ali Quli. He was recruited as a soldier in the army of Abdurrahim Khankhana. After killing a lion, he was later given the title of 'Lion Afghan'. In 1606, Qutubuddin was made the Subedar of Bengal in place of King Mansingh due to continuous news of Vindroh and conspiracy in Bengal. As soon as Subedar, Qutubuddin attacked Sher Afghan and in the meantime, Sher Afghan was put in the service of Salima Begum, a widow of death (1607). Jahangir married her in 1611. Jahangir conferred upon him the title of 'Nurmahal' and later 'Nur Jahan'. When Nur Jahan was married to Jahangir, he was 34 years of age, even at this age, there was no shortage of beauty as Nur Jahan. This woman with a strong will, uncontrolled ambition, lacked practical intelligence. No Mughal empress and as much as Nur Jahan
Muhammad Sharif turned to Khorasan. On the orders of Jahangir to Mehrunnisa, Akbar did not so much influence the politics of the Mughal court in the palace. Jahangir's unflinching love for Nur Jahan and growing affection for the state work increased as Jahangir's indifference to his works increased, as the power and influence of Nur Jahan grew. family
And she became a celebrity in the court and created a group of her own Nur Jahan, in opposition to this, an anti-faction was formed by making Khusro at the center. after some time
Shah Jahan and Nur Jahan also took the form of rebellion. After Jahangir's death (1127), Nur Jahan spent 18 years and a half of life in 1655 in this fast-paced brave woman of Mughal history.
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