What is the timeline of Mughal emperors?
Timeline Of The Mughal Dynasty
|Rank||Mughal Ruler||Period of Rule|
|1||Babur||1526 – 1530|
|2||Humayun||1530 – 1540 1555 – 1556|
|3||Akbar||1556 – 1605|
|4||Jahangir||1605 – 1627|
Who is the 15 Mughal emperor?
Shah Jahan III
Bahadur Shah II
|No.||Name of the Mughal Emperors||Reign|
|15||Shah Jahan III||1759 – 1760|
|16||Shah Alam II||1760 – 1788 1803 – 1808|
|18||Akbar II||1808 – 1837|
How many Mughal emperors are there?
There were nineteen emperors of the Mughal Empire in thirteen generations. Throughout the 331-year history of the Mughal Empire the emperors were all members of the same house, the house of Timurid.
How many Mughal emperors and their names?
List of Mughal Emperors in India (1526-1857)
Who was the most handsome Mughal emperor?
CHENNAI: They say that Shah Jahan was the most handsome of all the Mughal emperors. Portraits of him show an aristocratic nose, a high forehead and eyes far less Mongol than that of his father. He was an accomplished rider and a swordsman.
Who was the 18th Mughal emperor?
Prince Mirza Akbar was born on 22 April 1760 to Emperor Shah Alam II at Mukundpur, Satna, while his father was in exile.
Who was the weakest Mughal Emperor?
Humayun was the weakest of the early Mughal Emperors due to his inexperience. It was under his rule that the Mughal Empire lost most of its territories to a rising Sur Empire.
Who was the 13th Mughal Emperor?
Muḥammad Shah, in full Nāṣir al-Dīn Muḥammad Shah, original name Roshan Akhtar, (born August 7, 1702, Ghaznā [now Ghaznī], Afghanistan—died April 6, 1748, Delhi [India]), ineffective, pleasure-seeking Mughal emperor of India from 1719 to 1748.
Who is the 14th Mughal emperor?
Aḥmad Shah, in full Aḥmad Shah Bahādur Mujāhid al-Ḍīn Abū Naṣr, (born Dec. 24, 1725, Delhi [India]—died Jan. 1, 1775, Delhi), ineffectual Mughal emperor of India from 1748 to 1754, who has been characterized as good-natured but incompetent and without personality, training, or qualities of leadership.
Who was the 17th Mughal emperor?
Shah Alam II
Shah Alam II (Persian pronunciation: [ʃɑːh ɑːlam]; 25 June 1728 – 19 November 1806), also known by his birth name Ali Gohar (or Ali Gauhar), was the seventeenth Mughal Emperor and the son of Alamgir II. Shah Alam II became the emperor of a crumbling Mughal empire.
Who was the 19th Mughal emperor?
Bahādur Shāh II. Bahādur Shāh II, also called Bahādur Shāh Ẓafar, (born October 24, 1775, Delhi, India—died November 7, 1862, Rangoon [now Yangon], Myanmar), the last Mughal emperor of India (reigned 1837–57). He was a poet, musician, and calligrapher, more an aesthete than a political leader.