List of Mughal emperors after Aurangzeb Alamgir
After the death of last great Mughal emperor, there is a list of Mughal emperors after Aurangzeb Alamgir. These are better known as successors of Aurangzeb Alamgir.
Here is the list along with the period they rules over India when Mughal Empire had started to decline.
- Bahadur Shah (19 June 1707- 27 February 1712)
- Jahandar Shah (27 February 1712 – 11 February 1713)
- Farrukhsiyar (1 January 1713 – 28 February 1719)
- Rafi ud-Darajat (28 February – 6 June 1719)
- Shah Jahan II (6 June 1719 – 19 September 1719)
- Muhammad Shah (27 September 1719 – 26 April 1748)
- Ahmad Shah Bahadur (26 April 1748 – 2 June 1754)
- Alamgir II (2 June 1754 – 29 November 1759)
- Shah Jahan III (10 December 1759 – 10 October)
- Shah Alam II (10 October 1760 – 19 November)
- Muhammad Shah Bahadur Jahan IV (31 July 1788 – by 2 October 1788)
- Akbar Shah II (19 November 1806 – 28 September 1837)
- Bahadur Shah II (28 September 1837 – 23 September 1857)
After the war of independence in 1857, also called Indian Mutiny by the British, Bahadur Shah Zafar was sent into exile, and the last emperor of the Mughal Empire bore the brunt of the British Crown. It was the end of the Mughal Empire. From Aurangzeb to the Last emperor, there are many important events like the foreign attacks of Nadir Shah and Ahmed Shah Abdali. The weakening empire made the mistake to give important posts to Syed Brothers who chose the indolent Mughals to become emperors, and ordered soldiers to kill the wise ones. It was just because to attain their own interests. The decline of the Mughal Empire was a threat to both Muslims and Hindus of the subcontinent as both were important and equal for Mughals especially Shahjahan.
Shahjahan used to call Hindus and Muslims as his sons and are equal to him.
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