Punjab Under the Great Mughals brings out the peculiarities of the concepts and strategies followed by the Mughal emperors and their impact on governance. Mughal sovereignty as well as governance assumed colours different from the ones identifiable during sultanate. The Mughal sovereignty was not of Sunni Variety. It Was Changezian, Timuraian, Persianate, and Sultanian-all rolled into one. The anchor of the Governance was not Shariat; it was sovereign-Specific. The Mughal emperor was considered himself as exalted as divine and thus worthy of magnificence, deserving to be displayed through progression in architecture, calligraphy, painting and court glamour. This was true by and large, until Aurangzeb possessed baton and altered the nature of the governance to make it Sunni Muslums Specific and anti-non-Muslims with significant consequences.