Aurangzeb Alamgir By Almas M.A

Aurangzeb Alamgir was the son of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and his loved one Queen Mumtaz  Mahal. Aurangzeb is the second emperor who last longer in their kingdom,  as he reigned on fifty years on Indian landmass.

Alamgir was a greatest  Muslim leader, he spent his life in keeping with Islam in a very  straightforward way. invariably devoted to his life for the welfare of individuals  and he had not utilized any sources of Govt. For his personal expenses, he had  sewed the caps and written Qoran e Karim. Alamgir restricted all the activities  that were against the Muslem teachings like Music, wine. Aurangzeb followed the  Naqshbandi Mujaddi technique of suffism. In his reign, he has done many works as an institution of sharia law, enlargement of the Mughal Empire, foreign  relation and revenue administration Muslem
society.

Throughout his kingdom, he was engaged in different completely rebellions round the Hymenopteran The Pashtun rebellion.

Alamghir died in Ahmadnagar on Fri twenty February 1707 at the age of eighty eight and when his death, the Mughal Empire began to fall and plenty of had very little power on the far side the walls of
metropolis. In this book, we’ve been provided with a complete story about the life history of Aurangzeb Alamgir.

 

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