History[[1]] was responsible for the decline of Mughal Empire.

[[1]] was responsible for the decline of Mughal Empire.


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    Aurangzeb was responsible for the decline of the Mughal Empire. Emperor Aurangzeb had spent his empire's military and financial resources fighting a long war in the Deccan. The imperial administration's efficiency worsened under his successors. Later, Mughal rulers found it increasingly difficult to keep their formidable mansabdars under control. Nobles designated governors (subadars) typically controlled the revenue and military administration posts (Diwani and faujdari). This gave them unprecedented political, economic, and military dominance over large sections of the Mughal Empire. Peasant and zamindari rebellions exacerbated the situation in many parts of northern and western India. Tax revolts were occasionally the catalyst for these uprisings. At times, they were also attempts by powerful chieftains to strengthen their positions. The Mughal rulers could not halt the steady shift of political and economic power after Aurangzeb.
     
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