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The administration of the Deccan during Aurangzeb"s reign

Sayyid DДЃКјЕ«d Ashraf

The administration of the Deccan during Aurangzeb"s reign

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Published by Moazzam Husain Foundation in Hyderabad .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSyed Dawood Ashraf
    ContributionsMoazzam Husain Foundation (Hyderabad, India)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS485.D25 A83 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination287 p. :
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25122740M
    LC Control Number2011321794


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Aurangzeb’s reign falls into two almost equal parts. In the first, which lasted until abouthe was a capable Muslim monarch of a mixed Hindu-Muslim empire and as such was generally disliked for his ruthlessness but feared and respected for his vigour and skill.

The Deccan Policy of Aurangzeb: Right from the time of Akbar, the Mughal emperors were following the Deccan policy traditionally.

Aurangzeb followed this policy as a matter of legacy. During the time of Aurangzeb the Deccan situation was completely different due to the rise of Marathas under the brave leadership of Shivaji. Aurangzeb’s Deccan Policy Aurangzeb’s Deccan policy was influenced partly by imperial interests and partly by the religious The administration of the Deccan during Aurangzebs reign book.

In Deccan Aurangzeb failed to assess the situation realistically hence unable to take i had carved out an independent Maratha state in the territories north and south of Konkan. Aurangzeb History. Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb was born on 24th oOctober AD at Dohad in Madhya Pradesh as the sixth son of Shah Jahan.

His conduct was straightforward and Shah Jahan applauded him many times in the court. He learned the skills of. In his book "Mughal Administration,” Sir Jadunath Sarkar foremost historian on the Mughal dynasty, mentions that during Aurangzeb’s reign, nearly 65 types of taxes were abolished, which resulted in a yearly revenue loss of 50 million rupees to the state treasury.

The initial years of Aurangzeb’s reign did not see any rebellion of political importance. But when he started nursing his religious zeal, there were signs The administration of the Deccan during Aurangzebs reign book the coming storm as early as Destruction of Temples.

Aurangzeb had claimed the throne as the Champion of the Orthodox Islam against the heretical practices of his brother Dara. The Deccan sultanates were five late-medieval Indian kingdoms—on the Deccan Plateau between the Krishna River and the Vindhya Range—that were ruled by Muslim dynasties: namely Ahmadnagar, Berar, Bidar, Bijapur, and Golconda.

The sultanates had become independent during the break-up of the Bahmani l: Ahmednagar, Bidar, Bijapur.

Deccan papers throw light on Aurangzeb rule M. Rajeev military administration and revenue machinery of the Mughals in the Deccan. Aurangzeb spent 13 years as the subedar of Deccan during.

Start studying Aurangzeb's Three Decisions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Aurangzeb's prolonged Deccan campaign not only depleted the treasury but also rendered administration of the empire impossible. Further, it also encouraged the local chiefs to rise banner of revolt and assert their independence.

In his book  Mughal Administration, Sir Jadunath Sarkar, foremost historian on the Mughal dynasty, mentions that during Aurangzeb’s reign in power, nearly sixty-five types of taxes were abolished, which resulted in a yearly revenue loss of fifty million rupees from the state treasury.

His death after a long and ruinous reign lasting half a century, ended an eventful epoch in the history of India. He left behind a crumbling empire, a corrupt and inefficient administration, a demoralized army, a discredited government facing bankruptcy and alienated subjects.

Prof. V.S. Bhatnagar (Retd.) Department of History, University of. The reign of Aurangzeb:his treatment of the Hindus:the Rajput revolt ;Sivaji and the rise of the Marathas Auranhzeb at the time of his accession.

In Junewhen Aurangzeb assumed the full honours of the imperial dignity under the title of Alamgir, conferred by. Emperor Aurangzeb of India's Mughal Dynasty (November 3, –March 3, ) was a ruthless leader who, despite his willingness to take the throne over the bodies of his brothers, went on to create a "golden age" of Indian civilization.

An orthodox Sunni Muslim, he reinstated taxes and laws penalizing Hindus and imposing Sharia law. At the same time, however, he greatly expanded the Mughal Author: Kallie Szczepanski. Thus, the Deccan policy of the Mughuls during the reign of Shah Jahan remained quite successful.

The state of Ahmadnagar was completely annexed to the Mughul empire and Bijapur and Golkunda were forced to accept the suzerainty of the Emperor, surrender part of their territories and some important forts and pay annual tribute and war-indemnity.

In his book Mughal administration, Sir Jadunath Sarkar, foremost historian on the Mughal dynasty, mention’s that during Aurangzeb’s reign in power, nearly 65 types of taxes were abolished, which resulted in a yearly revenue loss of 50 million rupees from the state treasury.

Aurangzeb Aurangzeb (), was an emperor who ruled what is now India and Pakistan from until his death. During his reign as monarch of the Mughal Empire, he conquered several states in southern India. Aurangzeb, a devout Muslim, tried to make all his people follow the doctrines of Islam, the Muslim religion.

Aurangzeb was the sixth ruler of the Mughal Empire. He ruled over most of the Indian subcontinent from to His reign saw some rebellions from the Jats, the Satnamis, the Sikhs due to many reasons. One of them was land revenue which was very heavy.

The attitude faujdars also led to great resentment against the Mughal rule. Duringwhen there was a state of hostility with the Rathors of Marwar and the Rana of Udaipur, many temples of old standing were destroyed at Jodhpur and its parganas, and at Udaipur.

Afterit seems that Aurangzeb's zeal to destroy temples decreased, as after this, there was no evidence of any large-scale destruction of temples.

I think yes because Aurangzeb was an incapable ruler but a good warrior. He conquered many regions but due to his incapability he lost control of regions he conquered with nobles revolting and instability in the empire due to him only focussing on war and ignoring administration5/5(5).

Due to his centralized administration, the rule became unstable, since most of the time he was at war. His extremism not only dried up the creativity of the empire it also led to the rise of rebels in all the parts of the empire.

Constant war in the Deccan, costs him. Aurangzeb, as he was according to Mughal Records ELEVENTH - Never trust your sons, nor treat them during your lifetime in an intimate manner, because, if the Emperor Shah Jahan had not treated Dara Shukoh in this manner, his affairs would not have come to such a sorry pass.

Book. Emperor Aurangzeb and Destruction of Temples. The Jat and Satnamis revolt occurred during Aurangzeb's reign. It had a peasant/agrarian background. These revolts occurred in and AD respectively.

Aurangzeb banned all rajput celebrations and tried to interfere in the coronation of their king. his fight with deccan for over 50 years drained many resources thus affecting the empire.

He tortured a sikh prince for helping his son in the retaliation against him angering even the most pious sikhs. Administrative land division in the Deccan, has followed a common pattern for about years, starting from the Satavahan reign, up to the Maratha rule. Administrative divisions broadly had three or four hierarchical subdivisions.

The current administrative divisions in India — State > District > Tāluka (Tehsil) > (Block) > Village, more or less follow.

AURANGZEB DURING THE LATER PART OF HIS REIGN Satish Chandra (New Delhi) In his well-known book, The Religious Policy of the Mughal Emperors, dedicated to Sir Jadunath Sarkar, S. Sharma not only calls Aurangzeb a puritan, but postulates that "Muslim theology triumphed" with his accession, (p.

1 18). The author then goes on to list the various. Though during his reign he faced strong opposition from Marathas, Jats, Sikhs and Rajputs, he efficiently ruled the empire.

He spent almost half of his rule and the royal treasury trying the crush the Marathas of the Deccan. Throughout his reign, Aurangzeb engaged constantly in warfare.

Aurangzeb's Reign and Religious Policy Aurangzeb stretched his territory from Kashmir (in the north) to Jinji (in the south), and from the Hindukush (in the west) to Chittagong (in the east).Aurangzeb letters reflected the close.

This biography of Aurangzeb, the Mughal emperor, was written by Mountstuart Elphinstone, one of the British pioneers of Indian historiography and first published in Many factual errors in the original text were corrected in this updated edition by Sri Ram Sharma published in Authorities loosely quoted by Elphinstone have, in most cases, been exactly cited, new authorities to.

Aurangzeb was appointed Viceroy of the Deccan in After Shah Jahan's vassals had been devastated by the alarming expansion of Ahmednagar during the reign of the Nizam Shahi boy-prince Murtaza Shah III, the emperor dispatched Aurangzeb, who in brought the Nizam Shahi dynasty to an end.

InAurangzeb married the Safavid princess, Dilras Banu Begum, also known as Rabia. Shivaji had returned to Deccan then ran out the Mughal armies, and was crowned king of the Martha Confederacy. Aurangzeb had kept sending troops against Shivaji. Shivaji continued to expand control through out Deccan until he died in   Administration & Villages in Deccan: Maratha Period – II Published on Janu January 7, by Atul Sabnis In the first part of this article we saw that the otherwise common structure of land divisions has remained more-or-less the same for over 2, years.

The Deccan plateau is a topographically variegated region located south of the Gangetic plains-the portion lying between the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal-and includes a substantial area to the north of the Satpura Range, which has popularly been regarded as the divide between northern India and the plateau is bounded on the east and west by the Ghats, while its northern Coordinates: 17°N 77°E / 17°N 77°E .

Aurangzeb was born the third son and sixth child of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal (Arjumand Bāno Begam) in Dahod on the way to Ujjain. [6] Aurangzeb was born when Shah Jahan was a governor of Gujarat Juneafter an unsuccessful rebellion by his father, Aurangzeb and his brother Dara Shikoh were kept as hostages under Nur Jahan at their grandfather Jahangir's Lahore court.

[6]Coronation: 15 June at Red Fort, Delhi. Early during Aurangzeb's reign, the harmonious balance of Shah Jahan-period architecture is thoroughly rejected in favour of an increased sense of spatial tension with an emphasis on height. Stucco and other less expensive materials emulating the marble and inlaid stone of earlier periods cover built surfaces.

CHAPTER 19 Climax and Disintegration of Mughal empire II. The Rise of the Marathas We have already seen that the Marathas had important positions in the administrative and military systems of Ahmadnagar and Bijapur and that their power and influence in the affairs of government had grown as the Mughals advanced towards the Deccan.

If you take a look at the polity in the Deccan during Aurangzeb’s elevation to the monarchy, it was dominated by the successor states of the Bahamani Sultanate-the Adilshahis of Bijapur and the Qutubshahis of Golconda.

Then there was the warrior king Shivaji Bhonsle who, like the Habashi regent of Ahmednagar, Malik Ambar, used guerrilla tactics to successfully harass the Mughal army.

Chapter STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. A_Tsui. The Muslim Empires. What was the state of the Mughal dynasty at the outset of the reign of Aurangzeb.

The Mughal bureaucracy was bloated and corrupt, the army was backward in weaponry and tactics, and the peasants and artisans had seen living. Page - When, by the blessing of Providence, internal tranquillity shall be restored, it is our earnest desire to stimulate the peaceful industry of India, to promote works of public utility and improvement, and to administer the government for the benefit of all our subjects resident therein.

In their prosperity will be our strength, in their contentment our security, and in their. XVI. Mughal Administration *The Central Government* == *Provincial Administration* == *Finances* == *Military Organization* == *The Judiciary* [[]] BEFORE following the fate of the Mughal empire under Aurangzeb's successors in the eighteenth century, it will be useful to outline the main features of administration under the four great emperors.

The most prominent features of the. Administration. The Qutb Shahi Kingdom was like the other Deccan kingdoms, a highly centralized state. The sultan enjoyed absolute executive judicial and military powers. When expediency demanded, the post of regent was created to carry on the administration on behalf of the king.

The Peshwa (Prime Minister) was the highest official of the.The Story of India. especially during the reign from the Himalayas to the Deccan plateau in Southern India and united the Indus and Gangetic valleys under a central administration that.

According to Kunal, the temple was demolished by Awadh governor Fedai Khan in during the reign of Aurangzeb. The temple was not demolished in as is generally claimed nowadays, he said. The so-called Babri Masjid had three domes that resembled other mosques built during Aurangzeb’s time, Kunal stressed.