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Jahangir was the eldest son of Emperor Akbar the Great. He was married to Queen Nur Jahan ('Light of the World') and was much under her influence. He is especially well-known because of his memoirs, the Tuzk-i-Jahangiri (also called the Jahangir-nameh by some).
He died on his way back from kashmir. After his death Nur Jahan isolated herself and never talked to anyone.