Mughal (also Moghul or Mogul), a word related to the Mongols, may refer to:

  • The Mughal Empire of South Asia
    • Mughal emperors
    • Mughal tribe, the Asian peoples from which the rulers of the empire came
    • Mughal architecture, a style of architecture
    • Mughal painting, a style of painting
    • Mughlai cuisine, a "Mughal" style of cooking
    • Mughal gardens, a style of gardens
    • Mughal Army, the Army of Mughal Empire
    • Mirza Mughal, fifth son of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor
    • Mughal-e-Azam, an Indian film, a romantic epic about the early life of Emperor Jahangir

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