Shah Jahan – the great Mughal – was a bastard child of his grandfather. And he slept with his own daughter because she was more beautiful than his wife. While the world believes he was building Taj Mahal in memory of his deceased wife, he was ‘tasting fruit’ he produced from that wife during that time!
Shah Jahan was no different from his ancestors and children each of whom was an innovator of a new form of sexual perversion. Babur, Akbar, Humayun, Jahangir, Aurangzeb to Bahadur Shah Zafar. You name it!
Babur excelled in sex with slave-boys. Read about his sexual exploits here. The Babri Masjid is testimony of his perversion.
Humayun started his sex-adventures as a young boy like Mohd. Afroz of Nirbhaya Rape case. He fathered Akbar from a minor child he had bought as his wife.
Akbar broke all records of sexual perversion. He started a new religion to become prophet and have rights to rape anyone left, right and center. He had a royal harem of 5000-plus women, but had special fetish for babies. So he did not spare his daughter-in-law – Jodha Bai – who was married to Jahangir, his son.
Shah Jahan – the bastard
In a massive harem (brothel) of 5000 plus women, it was difficult to keep track of who fathered whom and who mothered whom. Pity that ERP systems from SAP and Oracle were not available then.
That is why you will find conflicting historical records on who was mother of which prince. Finally, historians had to comply with whatever information was made official.
The Mughal Sultans took care to appoint eunuchs and women of royal family to manage their harems, so as to maintain chastity of their sex-slaves and pseudo-wives. But who could stop a Sultan from enjoying a slave of his son!
God-fearing Muslims consider it anti-Islamic to lust own daughter-in-law. But Akbar – prophet of Deen-e-Ilahi – had divine powers to create his own rules as per his own interpretation of religion.
He would send Jahangir to war expeditions and enjoy the sex-slaves supposed to be his daughter-in-laws. When Jahangir came to know about it, he rebelled. He killed one of his sons when he realized that the son was actually his brother.
For more the the tragic story of Jodha – Akbar, please read this: Jodha Akbar, Rape of daughter in name of religion. Dirtiest picture
He was not sure of any of his other sons either including Prince Khurram – later known as Shah Jahan. Even DNA test could not help in this case. Jahangir fought with his sons his entire life.
Akbar – real father of Shah Jahan
While Jahangir hated Shah Jahan, Akbar doted on him. Akbar, at one point, wanted to make Shah Jahan the next Sultan.
There is confusion on who the actual mother of Shah Jahan was. Some say it was Jodha Bai. Some name Jagat Gosaini. Some name other names. That is true for almost every Mughal Badhshah and Shahzada from Babur to Bahadur Shah Zafar.
Whosoever she was, she was not far from lust of Akbar.
It is a historical fact that Jahangir hated both his father and his sons. And Akbar loves his ‘official’ grandsons. It is also a historical fact that at least one wife of Jahangir committed suicide. Or probably she was killed by Jahangir.
Or was it Jahangir?
Jahangir could not solve this confusion till death. Was Shah Jahan his brother or son? This resulted in a love-hate relationship with Shah Jahan. Shah Jahan rebelled against Jahangir during his final days and then assumed throne. He put Noor Jahan – his step-mother in prison. And inherited incest from his grandfather/ father – Akbar the great!
Shah Jahan – lust for daughter
We shall review the hunger, brutality, rape, and perversions of Shah Jahan’s ‘golden era’ in some other post. We shall also review the fake claim of he having constructed Taj Mahal in memory of Mumtaz Mahal separately in Taj Mahal series. We shall focus on how he trapped his daughter into a web of incest.
No special love for Mumtaz Mahal
There is no evidence of Shah Jahan being deeply attached to Mumtaz Mahal except few Bollywood films and dubious claims of constructing Taj Mahal in her memory. Shah Jahan got engaged to Mumtaz Mahal (Arjumand Banu Begam) in 1607. Then married royal princess of Iran in 1610. After they had a daughter, he decided to marry Mumtaz Mahal in 1612 after a long wait of 5 years.
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He loved a boy named Babri!
Akbar raped children!
Akbar raped his own daughter-in-law!
Akbar had Harem of 5000 women!
Jahangir blinded his son with his own hands!
Shah Jahan did not spare even his own daughter!
Aurangzeb beheaded his own brother and sent his head to his imprisoned father!
Almost every Mughal king killed some of his sons and brothers!
and much more.
DID YOU KNOW THAT
Babur was a drunkard!
This book is an eye opener on Mughal history in India. Mughals have been glorified as great rulers in Indian history books despite being maniacs, incest-lovers, rapists and merciless invaders.
The book is a compilation of all hidden facts. Straight from their authentic biographies. To make Indians realise, enough is enough.
Do not glorify these filthy creatures in the name of preserving the secular fabric of India.
Note: This is the latest edition of the book “Great Ruler of India” with different title and few additional chapters.