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Aurangzeb Mughal Dynasty

By Krishna Sharma on 08 Jun 21 | Filed under: History Mughal Dynasty
1. In the north-east, the Ahoms [a kingdom in Assam near Brahmaputra valley] were defeated in 1663, but they rebelled again in the 1680s. Because Ahoms successfully resisted Mughal expansion for a long time and they dont want to give up their sovereignty which they were enjoying for 600 years .

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Jahangir and Shahjahan Mughal Dynasty

By Krishna Sharma on 08 Jun 21 | Filed under: History Mughal Dynasty
Jahangir [1605-1627]:-
1. Military campaigns started by Akbar continued.

2. The Sisodiya ruler of Mewar, Amar Singh, accepted Mughal service. Less successful campaigns against the Sikhs, the Ahoms and Ahmadnagar followed.

Shah Jahan [1627-1658]: 

1. Mughal campaigns continued in the Deccan  ......

Humayun and Akbar in Mughal Dynasty

By Shyam Dubey on 07 Jun 21 | Filed under: History Mughal Dynasty
Humayun [1530-1540, 1555-1556]
1. Humayun divided his inheritance according to the will of his father. His brothers were each given a province.

2. Sher Khan defeated Humayun which made him forced to flee to Iran.

3. In Iran, Humayun received help from the Safavid Shah. He recaptured Delhi in   ......

Babur The Founder of Mughal Empire

By Shyam Dubey on 07 Jun 21 | Filed under: History Mughal Dynasty
1. The first Mughal emperor (1526- 1530)

2. Political situation in north-west India was suitable for Babur to enter India .

3. Sikhandar Lodi died in 1517 and Ibrahim Lodi succeded him. I. Lodhi tried to create a strong centralised empire which alarmed Afghan chiefs as well as Rajaputs.

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The Mughal Dynasty

By Shyam Dubey on 07 Jun 21 | Filed under: History Mughal Dynasty
1. From the latter half of the 16th century, they expanded their kingdom from Agra and Delhi until in the 17th century they controlled nearly all of the subcontinent.

2. They imposed structures of administration and ideas of governance that outlasted their rule, leaving a political legacy that su