HistoryThe grand structure of the mughal empire began to collapse after Aurangzeb.

The grand structure of the mughal empire began to collapse after Aurangzeb.


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    The Empire's economy was ruined by Shah Jahan's excessive spending, Aurangzeb's wars and uprisings, and the licentious lifestyle of the later Mughals. The succession wars ruined the Empire's reputation and organisation. The Mughal Empire was destroyed by the rivalry between Aurangzeb's sons, the assaults of Nadir Shah and Ahmad Shah Abdali, and revolutions by a variety of ethnic groups, including the Jats, Sikhs, and Rajputs. At the time of Aurangzeb's death, the Mughal empire was the largest in India. There were no capable nobles during the reign of the later Mughals. Feuds between nobility took place in the Mughal court. In roughly 1739 CE, Nadir Shah imprisoned the Mughal Emperor and pillaged Delhi.
     
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