The Mughals, Warrior Empire.
The Mughal Empire in South Asia mainly Afghanistan, North Eastern Pakistan, Northern India and Bangladesh. It ran from the early 15th century to a point in the early 18th century when the Mughal Emperors' power had dwindled. It ended in several generations of conflicts between rival warlords.
The imperial family directly descended from two of the worlds greatest conquerors: Genghis Khan and Tamerlane. The direct ancestors of the Mughal emperors, at one point or another, directly ruled from Eastern Europe to the Sea of Japan, and from the Middle East to the Russian Steppe. They also ruled some of the most powerful states of the medieval world such as Turkey, Persia, India and China.