Aurangzeb Alamgir, The great ruler of Indian Subcontinent.

The great Aurangzeb was a ruler of the Mughal Sultanate, under whose guidance, Islam flourished in the Indian sub-continent. 

During his lifetime, the conquest of south India expanded the Mughal Empire to 4 million square miles, and ruled over an estimated 158 million people, with annual revenue of $ 450 million (more than ten times that of his modern Louis XIV of France), or £ 38,624,680 (2,879,469,894 rupees) for 1690. Under his rule, the Mughal Empire surpassed China into the world's largest economy, costing more than $ 90 billion, about a quarter (25%) of the world's GDP in 1700.

Sultan Aurangzeb Alamgir was born at Dahod, is a city in the Indian district of Gujrat, on the  4 November 1618. From childhood, Aurangzeb showed signs of glory and nobility. He was a bold cavalryman.

He was brought up, that he loved knowledge and religion. Even as a child, he was trying to stay away from a life of luxury. He rapidly gained knowledge and experience of administering the affairs of his Wilayah -The Deccan state, in the middle of India.

He spent 52 years of age, in the Jihad, to the Indian sub-continent, until the sub-continent (Indian) during his reign (1658-1707) expanded significantly. During his reign, the Mughal fought more than 30 battles out of which 11 were fought under Aurangzeb's personal command.

Aurangzeb succeeded in transforming the Indian subcontinent into Muslim Mughal Wilayah under one leadership. Aurangzeb established Islamic justice during its reign, Now Delhi became one of the modern cities on the globe. Aurangzeb cancelled 80 taxes and imposed jizya on non-Muslims cancelled by his ancestors.

He has established monasteries, schools, mosques, baths, and hospitals. He built gardens and repaired roads. He ordered the construction of the magnificent Badshahi Mosque, located in the city of Lahore "Pakistan."

Aurangzeb used to fast regularly, pray in the regular Mosque, and recite the Qur'an himself.

He appointed staff members who researched human resources and presented them to him. He used to sit three times a day and listen directly to the complaints/issues of the people, without any guard. He was the first king to record Islamic orders in manuscripts for use as a source of law.

When his death was imminent, he ordered that the price of his coffin should not be more than 5 Rupees. The Sultan was ninety years old and even in those years he commanded the army himself and studied the Qur'an.

On February 20, 1797, Aurangzeb died, after ruling for 52 years. After his death, the magnificent Islamic empire of India also came to an end. Next came the weak rulers, followed by the British.

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