House-museum of Babur
Zahir ad-din Muhammad Babur, "Babur" means "lion, commander, leopard" and comes from the Persian word. (February 14, 1483 - December 26, 1530) - Central Asian commander, poet and statesman. Padishah of India and Afghanistan. Founder of the Baburid dynasty and Empire. Full throne titulature: as-Sultan al-Azam wa-l-Hakan al-Mukarram Zahir ad-din Muhammad Jalal ad-din Babur, Padshah-i-Gazi. Also known as the founder of the Mughal Empire. This name in relation to the Baburids was used by European travelers since the 17th century.