Nur Jahan was a Mughal emperor who reigned from 1577 until 1645. She was the Mughal emperor Jahangir's principal wife, and historians believe she was the true power behind the throne for much of her husband's reign. During the height of the Mughal Empire's power and splendor, Nur Jahan, Jahangir's chief consort, was the most prominent and influential woman in court. As a result, Nur Jahan was given particular honors and privileges that no other Mughal empress had ever had before or after. Test your knowledge of Nur Jahan by taking this quiz.