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  • Mughal Shah Alam Bahadur Fatehabad Dharur Mint AH 1124 RY 6

      Shah Alam Bahadur `Fatehabad Dharur' Deccan had always been a matter of distress for the Mughals. Treaties were made and breached soon forcing the emperors to act and it took several campaigns for the Mughals to assume control over the region. In 1630 Khan Jahan Lodhi, the Afghan subadar
  • Mughal Aurangzeb Assam Mint AH 1073 RY 5 Silver Rupee Coin

    Mughal Aurangzeb Assam Mint AH 1073 RY 5 Silver Rupee Coin, The Mughal forces under Mir Jumla were ordered by Aurangzeb after ascending the throne of Delhi to invade Cooch Behar and Assam, The Cities Manaha and Guwahati and capital of Assam were occupied in 1662/63, forcing the local raja,
  • Mughals Aurangzeb RY 29 Katak Mint Square Silver Legal Dirham

    Mughals Aurangzeb Square Legal Dirham RY 29 Katak Mint Silver complete mint name on rev Extremely Rare. Aurangzeb imposed the 'jaziya' (poll-tax on the 'infidels') in AH 1090 (1679 AD). He issued a controversial denomination - coins called 'Dirham Sharai' (legal dirham) for its payment in an orthodox manner. The