Zahir-Uddin Mohammad Babar is the First Great Mughal of India. He not only was a great Sipah Salar, but also a writer, poet, Faqih and a nature lover. He has two diwans and an autobiography to his credit. His autobiography is unique in the way that it is critical and observant. No king in the world can be compared to him in being open and factual. He wrote in Turki language. This is Urdu translation of his autobiography by Yunus Jafrey with additional notes and Appendices by Hasan Beg. In an edition Hasan Beg travelled in footsteps of Babar from today’s Uzbakistan, Tajkistan, Kyrghizistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India and has described his journey in the book.
Hard Bound, Pages: 398