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The Reign of Jahangir, 1605-1627 (988 words)
Jahangir lived under the spell of personalities that were more colorful than his own; the most influential of these personalities was the beautiful Nur Jahan whom he married in 1611.
Jahangir's love of flowers and animals is reflected in the numerous miniatures painted by artists who shared their master's keen eye for the beauties of wild nature.
Jahangir was not particularly interested in architecture, but one of the buildings that dates from his reign ranks among the finest achievements of the Mughal spirit.
UNHCR - Pakistan: Remarks by Asma Jahangir, 6 September 2002 (1266 words)
Jahangir stated that many mistakes have occurred as a result of the automated system, for example, three people in her office returned their NICs because either their date of birth or their last names were wrong on their cards.
Jahangir explained that when a Muslim leader issues a fatwa against an individual, his followers may give statements to the press to publicize the fatwa and, in some instances, posters will be distributed declaring the fatwa.
Jahangir stated that "it has become ridiculously common" for leaders of local and smaller mosques to issue fatwas against people in their own communities, and the "seriousness of this must not be undervalued." Many of those issuing the fatwas do so due to vested interests and are militants.
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