Baber immediately fell sick and died of the same disease which had stricken his son.
As to the fair, I can add little to the description of it given by Mr. Baber.
About half a mile to the right of the palace stands the mosque which contains the remains of the Emperor Baber.
"Baber continues to work the Presbyterians," wrote Barillon.
The autobiography of Baber (by Leyden and Erskine) gives interesting details about the country in the 16th century.
And Baber had an experience of this which deeply hurt his pride.
And in 1526 Ibrahim fell before the conquering arms of the mighty Baber, the founder of the Mogul dynasty.
Gill took it, I believe, but Baber, Davies and other took the main road.
But Baber was ashamed of his descent, and despised the Mongol character.
Sure his grand-dad Baber—on whom be peace—had the gift, and this babe may have inherited it.