HistoryWho was the last Mughal emperor?

Who was the last Mughal emperor?


  1. A
    Akbar
  2. B
    Aurangzeb
  3. C
    Jahangir
  4. D
    Bahadur Shah Zafar 

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    The last Mughal emperor was Bahadur shah zafar. After taking control of major trading and economic aspects of the subcontinent, The Company even started formulating plans for how to end the Mughal empire. Therefore, the Company's coins were struck without the Mughal king's name on them. After Bahadur Shah Zafar passed away, Governor-General Dalhousie declared that the royal family would be relocated from the Red Fort and granted a new residence in Delhi. Bahadur Shah Zafar would be the final Mughal king, and after his death, none of his successors would be acknowledged as kings; instead, they would be referred to as princes, according to Governor-General Canning's decree from 1856.
     
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