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Aurangzeb, Shah Jahan's successor, inherited a declining empire and was not able to reverse the process. He pushed two disastrous ambitions: to control all of India and to rid Islam of Hindu influences. By 1707, Aurangzeb had conquered most of India, but the warfare had drained the treasury and weakened the bureaucracy and military. The time spent on warfare diverted the rulers' energies from other vital tasks. Internal revolt and the growing autonomy of local leaders were not dealt with.

Aurangzeb, Shah Jahan's successor, inherited a declining empire and was not able to reverse the process. He pushed two disastrous ambitions: to control all of India and to rid Islam of Hindu influences. By 1707, Aurangzeb had conquered most of India, but the warfare had drained the treasury and weakened the bureaucracy and military. The time spent on warfare diverted the rulers' energies from other vital tasks. Internal revolt and the growing autonomy of local leaders were not dealt with.

Tipu Sultan (TheTiger of Mysore) November 1750 to May 1799 was the ruler of the Sultanate of Mysore. He was the son of Hyder Ali, at that time an officer in the Mysorean army, and his second wife, Fatima or Fakhr-un-Nissa. During Tipu's childhood, his father rose to take power in Mysore, and Tipu became rule of the kingdom upon his father's death. In addition to his role as ruler, he was a scholar, soldier, and poet. He was murdered by the British in 1799 and his palace (Seringapata) was…

Tipu Sultan (TheTiger of Mysore) November 1750 to May 1799 was the ruler of the Sultanate of Mysore. He was the son of Hyder Ali, at that time an officer in the Mysorean army, and his second wife, Fatima or Fakhr-un-Nissa. During Tipu's childhood, his father rose to take power in Mysore, and Tipu became rule of the kingdom upon his father's death. In addition to his role as ruler, he was a scholar, soldier, and poet. He was murdered by the British in 1799 and his palace (Seringapata) was…

Yalaluddin Muhammad Akbar (15 de octubre de 1542 - 27 de octubre de 1605), más conocido como Akbar (grande en lengua árabe) , fue un gobernante del Imperio mogol desde 1556 hasta 1605. Se le considera el mayor de los emperadores mogoles.

Yalaluddin Muhammad Akbar (15 de octubre de 1542 - 27 de octubre de 1605), más conocido como Akbar (grande en lengua árabe) , fue un gobernante del Imperio mogol desde 1556 hasta 1605. Se le considera el mayor de los emperadores mogoles.

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