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1707-1857 Decline of the Muslim Rule pph

Muhammad Farukh Siyar

Muhammad Farrukh Siyar was the Mughal emperor who remained at the helm from 1713 to 1719. He was the grandson of Bahadur Shah 1 and son of Azim-ush-Shan. He was born on September 11, 1683 at Aurangabad, Deccan. His father was summoned to the court of the emperor Aurangzeb in ... Read More »

Muhammad Shah Rangeela

Muhammad Shah Rangeela was the Mughal Emperor who ascended to the Peacock Throne in 1719 which he occupied till his death in 1748. His name was Roshan Akhtar and was the grandson of Bahadur Shah 1. He was born in 1702 at Fatehpur Sikri and was just 17 years old ... Read More »

Nadir Shah

Nadir shah also named as Nadir Quli was born in 1688 in Khusrasan (Afghanistan). He ruled Persia as shah of Iran; he was brought up in Turkoman tribe. He laid foundation of Afsharid Dynasty after becoming king of Persia. From his childhood he was brave, ambitious, and competitive kind of ... Read More »

Shah Waliullah

Shah Walliullah was a great Muslim reformist of 18th century in India. He was a brilliant thinker and scholar with critical insight of political scenario of that time.  He worked for the betterment and true education of Muslims on right Islamic norms.  At that time in the Muslims after ruing ... Read More »

Shah Abdul Aziz

Shah Abdul Aziz was one of the great religious scholars of India. He was born in 1745 and was the eldest son of Shah Waliullah. Shah Abdul Aziz is regarded as the greatest Sunni Islamic scholar of Hadith. He got his education from his father. He was very young when ... Read More »

Siraj-ud-Daula

Siraj-ud-Daula was the last independent Nawab of Bengal who succeeded Alivadi Khan to the throne. He was born in 1733 and died on July 23, 1757. The end of his reign marks the end of the independent rule in India and beginning of the company’s rule that continued unabated over ... Read More »

Hyder Ali

Haider Ali was born in 1727 in Ajmer Rajasthan. His father was an ordinary soldier of Mysore army named Fateh Muhammad. Haider Ali was the father of famous Tipu Sultan known as “Tiger of Mysore”. He had two wives first wife died after that Tipu was brought up by his ... Read More »

Tipu Sultan

Tipu Sultan was born on 10th December 1750 in Devanhalli. Being the eldest son of Haider Ali, Tipu sultan succeeded after his father who was the ruler of independent state of Mysore in India. He was brave and well trained in military skills since his child hood; he assisted his ... Read More »

Syed Ahmad Barelvi

Syed Ahmad Barelvi was born on 29th of November 1786 in Rai Barelley in India. He was also known as Syed Ahmad Shaheed. When Syed Ahmad was born it was the time when the Muslims of India were facing downfall by the hands of the British, Sikhs, and Hindus after ... Read More »

Bahadur Shah Zafar

Bahadur Shah II, better known as Bahadur Shah Zafar in history was the last Mughal Emperor who remained at helm from 1837 to 1857. He was born on October 24, 1775 and was the son of Akbar shah II. He was over sixty when he ascended to the throne of ... Read More »

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