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  • In the last millennium, the most significant import of cooking techniques into India occurred during the Mughal Empire.India-Wikipedia
  • The Mughal Empire, in 1526, ushered in two centuries of relative peace,India-Wikipedia
  • The resulting Mughal Empire did not stamp out the local societies it came to rule.India-Wikipedia
  • They have been also shaped by Islamic rule, particularly that of the Mughals, by the arrival of the Portuguese on India's southwestern shores, and by British rule.India-Wikipedia
  • Later, under the Delhi Sultanate and Mughal Empire, Persian became the primary administrative language in the Hindi heartland.Hindi-Wikipedia
  • Hindustan is a Middle Persian name for India, introduced during the Mughal Empire and used widely since.India-Wikipedia

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