Hint: The Mughal Empire spread over most of the Indian subcontinent. The Mughal Empire spread from Afghanistan to the Bay of Bengal and southward to what is now Gujarat state and the northern Deccan region of India after the death of Akbar, the third Mughal emperor.
Complete answer: In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Mughal (or Mogul) Dynasty ruled much of India and Pakistan.The Mughals were Muslims who, with a large Hindu majority, ruled a land. However, they permitted Hindus to attain senior government or military positions for most of their empire. Many reforms were introduced to India by the Mughals: -Centralized government, which brought several smaller kingdoms together -Delegated government in accordance with human rights -Art and history of Persia -To establish Urdu, the Persian language was merged with Arabic and Hindi. -Periods of great tolerance of faith -A type of design (e.g. the Taj Mahal) -An education system that has taken into account the needs and culture of pupils In Delhi, I work. It was the Mughal Empire's headquarters. The Empire transformed the city's face. In the city, we see the Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid, Humayun's grave, the Mughal garden, etc. These were the sacrifices of the emperors of the Mughals who made the town so rich and vibrant.
Note: Basically, the Mughals were Sunni-Muslims. They followed the religion of Islam and they followed Din-I-Illahi during the Akbar period, and after his death, Jahangir re-adopted Islam as the official religion of the Mughals.