You can pen lengthy articles that fool Dhimmis but you’ve got no balls to debate on historical facts.
Babarnama painting which shows a few tents and horses dying in a Mughal camp. This is how “rich” the Mughals were before they came to India.
In 1659, Aurangzeb sent presents to Mecca worth 660,000 rupees in an era when one rupee fetched 280 kilograms of rice. To gain legitimacy, then, he sent to foreign Muslim holy places and kings 70 Lakhs in 6 years. Mughals became rich by levying very huge tax on subjects. No European Government was so oppressive and nowhere was tax collection so huge.