The Taj Mahal is in Agra India
Hindus believe that the cow is sacred in their religion. However, ancient Hindus did eat cow but sence Hinduism was not formed by one person, it slowly developed that the cow is sacred.
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finance trading ventures
Firstly, there wasnt just one east India company, the british, french, dutch, spanish, Portuguese, swedish and danish all had east India companies. Secondly, the east India companies all focussed around one particular thing, profit through trading. This was achieved by trading with the forign nations mainly in India and the East Indies such as the Maratha Confederacy and the Mughal Empire. When they traded with them, they did two things, on the voyage there, the ships were full of cheap cargo from Europe and the Americas such as Tobacco, Iron, Steel and Weapons which were sold expensively in India, then they filled the ships with cargo from India such as Spices, Tea and Silk. These ships then sailed back to their home countries and sold these goods in the east India docks to the public expensively as they were very rare commodities in Europe. So basically, the purpose of the East India Companies was to primarily import and export goods which benefited their nations but they also made profit using supply and demand just like most companies do.
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Akbar was a successful ruler as most of the subcontinents population was Hindu, he changed Islamic religion policies and was more influenced by Hinduism and even married many Hindu women.
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French & Indian War
Matthew Perry was sent to Japan for the purpose of negotiating a trade agreement
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before Islam there was all Buddhism
The Treaty of Kanagawa opened Japanese ports to foreign trade.
they thought europeans were backward
Hindus and Muslims!!
the British Crown
Mumtaz Mahal was not alive when the Taj Mahal was built. When she died, she was buried in the Taj Mahal.