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Who was Aurangzeb Alamgir?

Aurangzeb Alamgir was the last Great Mughal Emperor. He was the son of Shah Jahan and the grandson of Jahangir. He ruled the Mughal Empire from 1658 to 1707. He ruled India fo (MORE)

How did Aurangzeb die?

The Mughals, suffering mighty losses against the tiny Sikh fightingforce, apparently killed two of Guru Gobind Singh's elder sons atthe battle and decimated much of the 40 war (MORE)

What were the reforms of aurangzeb?

outset of his accession as an empire is dated back to the June of 1659. There were many paradigm shifts in the society during his reign, which included many reforms in the rel (MORE)

Why did aurangzeb became un popular?

Aurangzeb was succesor of mughal dynasty. He was not popular he was "wanted". He became wanted because of his cruel policies and when he killed Guru Teg Bahadur Ji he was real (MORE)