What were the similarities in the Safavid Mughal and Ottoman Empire?

The three Islamic empires of the early modern period – the Mughal, the Safavid, and the Ottoman – shared a common Turko-Mongolian heritage. In all three the ruling dynasty was Islamic, the economic system was agrarian, and the military forces were paid in grants of land revenue.

How did the Safavid economy compare to that of the Ottomans?

How did the Savafid economy compare to that of the Ottomans? The Ottoman empire benefitted in the short run from non-Muslim traders (Christians and Jews) who had extensive contacts with overseas empires that the Safavid empire lacked. The Ottoman empire was primarily Sunnite while the Safavid empire was Shi’ite.

What was the economy of the Safavid Empire?

The Safavid Empire had an ideal geographic location for trade, with a long coastline between Arabia and India. A major export of the Safavid Empire was its raw silk and silk textiles. Persian carpets were also especially popular in Europe during the modern period.

What were the similarities and differences between the Ottoman and Mughal empires?

The difference between the two empire was that the Ottomans were not tolerant towards other religions but the Mughals were accepting. DIFFERENCE (MUGHALS): 1) Were tolerant towards other religions in their empire. 2) Mainly run by Muslims but allowed Hindus to have government and military positions.

What were the main characteristics of the Ottoman and Safavid empires?

What characteristics did the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires have in common? The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires all practiced Islam, used gunpowder, had strong militaries, were tolerant of other religions, and valued trade, art, literature, and architecture.

Which empire was more successful Ottoman or Safavid?

Shah Ismail established Safavid rule in Iran. The rule of Shah Abbas the Great and was the peak of the Safavid Empire. In 1722, Afghan invaders toppled the last Safavid shah. Of the Ottomans, the Safavids, and the Mughals, the Ottoman Empire was the most spread out.

Why was there military conflict between the Ottoman and Safavid empires?

The protracted conflict between the Ottomans and the Safavids was based on territorial and religious differences. As Sunni Muslims, the Ottoman Empire also disagreed with the Shi’i Safavids over basic religious tenets and practices, similar to the disputes between various Catholic and Protestant powers in Europe.

What was the major export of the Safavid Empire?

One of the main export products was silk. Armenian, English and Dutch merchants competed in exporting raw Iranian silk. Other than silk and textiles, leather, camel and sheep wool, Chinese model dishes, gold and silver artifacts, rugs and precious stones were also exported.