1. In which way foreign invation caused decline of Mughal empire.
2.in which way Europeans established their supervision

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1. In which way foreign invation caused decline of Mughal empire.
2.in which way Europeans established their supervision over India. ​

Imelda 1 year 2021-08-19T18:29:18+00:00 0

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    2021-08-19T18:30:18+00:00

    Attacks by Nadir Shah and Ahmad Shah Abdali, which were themselves the consequences of the weakness of the Empire, drained the Empire of its wealth, ruined its trade and industry in the North, and almost destroyed its military power. In this way foreign invation caused decline of Mughal empire.

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    since the time of Jehangir the English East India Company (EIC) tried to take advantage of the wealth to be gained by India.since Mughals were unable to defend India against the foreign invasions .The Mughal Empire by this time (18th century) had become weak and began to disintegrate. … This weakened the Mughal authority and they were not able to defend the empire against foreign invasions .Attacks by Nadir Shah and Ahmad Shah Abdali, which were themselves the consequences of the weakness of the Empire, drained the Empire of its wealth, ruined its trade and industry in the North, and almost destroyed its military power. Hence the reason why the series of foreign invasions caused decline of Mughal empire.

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