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Aurangzeb, Mughal Emperor
Aurangzeb was the son of Shah Jahan and he ascended to the throne as Mughal Emperor in 1658. Even though he was an extremely able administrator, it was his religious intolerance and fanaticism which created unrest among his subjects and led to a gradual undoing of the Mughal Empire.

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