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The present article deals with the prevalence of tobacco within the kingdom of Indian Timurid. The aim is to show how some of the powerful kings of this dynasty dealt with the problem of the prevalence of tobacco through the available information from historical resources and a descriptive-analysis approach. The main question concerns the time and the factors involved with the prevalence of tobacco in this era. The prevalence of tobacco in the north of Indian subcontinent started within the final years of Akbar Shah and accelerated through the next kingdoms. Also, the effects of foreign relations of India and the policies of Timurid Kings and their influential individuals have received attention.