- Au·rang·zeb also Au·rung·zeb (ôr ng-z b ) 1618-1707. Hindustani emperor (1658- 1707) who imposed Muslim orthodoxy and expanded the empire.
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- CURRICULUM VITAE: AURANGZEB Z. KHAN
- CV: Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Page 1. CURRICULUM VITAE: AURANGZEB Z.
- MUHAMMAD AURANGZEB JOINS J.P. MORGAN AS APAC CEO
- Feb 16, 2011 Aurangzeb has joined as CEO of its Global Corporate Bank (GCB) in Aurangzeb reports to Greg Guyett, Chief Executive Officer of J.P.
- Destruction of Hindu Temples by Aurangzeb
- The author was a nobleman of Aurangzeb's court. He died in AD 1684.
- Prof. Dr. Aurangzeb
- Aurangzeb, M., Yahya Bakhtiar and Khalid Mustafa, (2006). “Factors affecting sugarcane supply to sugar mills in Pakistan” , in The J.
- Granada, Alhamra and a love affair
- By Aurangzeb Haneef | DAWN.COM Alhamra is situated strategically on a hill overlooking the city of Granada. – Photo by Aurangzeb Haneef/Dawn.
- Key link to Asaf Jahi history under grave threat
- The founder of the dynasty, Mir Qamaruddin Ali Khan, who was also known as Chin Qilich Khan II, was only 16 years and had no idea of what was in store for him in the Deccan when the sultanate of Golconda fell to the army of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb.
- Protests at PM's house, 2nd day on
- Aditi Bhardwaj from Delhi and Archana (goes by single name) came walking casually from Aurangzeb Road towards Kamal Ataturk Marg at around 4.45 pm on Thursday evening.
- Pakistan's PNS Alamgir on goodwill visit to Sultanate
- PNS Alamgir is named after the Aurangzeb Alamgir, who was the sixth ruler of great Mughal empire. He was born on November 3, 1618. Alamgir was a fierce warrior who fiercely protected his territories and retained the throne for almost 50 years.
- Manas: History and Politics, Aurangzeb
- Aurangzeb: A Political History Shuja, Aurangzeb, and Murad Bakhsh: Mughal Miniature, Aurangzeb delivered the head of his brother to their father.
- Aurangzeb, one of the greatest of the Mogul emperors of Hindustan, was the third son of Shah Jahan, and was born in November 1618.
- The Reign of Aurangzeb, 1658-1707
- Aurangzeb's harsh treatment of his brothers, Dara Shukoh, Shah Shuja and Murad Bakhsh, as well as of his father, Shah Jahan, is hard to justify.
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