The Eunuch Khawas Khan. Bahadur Shah I era. Late 17th Century.

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The Eunuch Khawas Khan. Bahadur Shah I era. Late 17th Century.

The Eunuch Khawas Khan. Bahadur Shah I era. Late 17th Century. Christie's

The Eunuch Khawas Khan. Bahadur Shah I era. Late 17th Century. Christie's

The Emperor Bahadur Shah I enthroned, attributable to Bhavanidas, Mughal, circa 1707 | lot | Sotheby's

The Emperor Bahadur Shah I enthroned, attributable to Bhavanidas, Mughal, circa 1707 | lot | Sotheby's

When Aurangzeb died near the age of eighty years, there were seventeen legitimate claim to the throne, which included not only children but also their grandchildren and great-grandson. After the death of two brothers fought near Agra, on the battlefield, but fought his brother Dara Shikoh Aurangzeb. Prince Muazzam prevailed and killed his brother, Prince Azam Shah and assumed the title of Shah Alam Bahadur Shah I I.

When Aurangzeb died near the age of eighty years, there were seventeen legitimate claim to the throne, which included not only children but also their grandchildren and great-grandson. After the death of two brothers fought near Agra, on the battlefield, but fought his brother Dara Shikoh Aurangzeb. Prince Muazzam prevailed and killed his brother, Prince Azam Shah and assumed the title of Shah Alam Bahadur Shah I I.

Portrait of Bahadur Shah (r. 1707–1712)  Indian Mughal period 18th century

Portrait of Bahadur Shah (r. 1707–1712) Indian Mughal period 18th century

Prince Muhammad Muazzam afterwards Emperor Shah Alam Bahadur (Bahadur Shah I) 1707-1712)

Prince Muhammad Muazzam afterwards Emperor Shah Alam Bahadur (Bahadur Shah I) 1707-1712)

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