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The he British established their foothold in India after Sir Tomas Roe, the English diplomat, obtained permission to trade for the English East India Company from the Mughal emperor Jehangir (1605–1627). By end of the seventeenth century, the company had expanded its trading operations in the major coastal cities of India. The gradual weakening of the Mughal Empire in the eighteenth century gave the East India Company a further opportunity to expand its power and maintain its own private army.
Art and Politics: British Patronage in Delhi (1803-1857)

Art and Politics: British Patronage in Delhi (1803-1857)

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Savita Kumari

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Subject:

Political Science

Subclass:

Political science (General)

Reign:

Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

Subject Year (Time):

1837

Author:

Savita Kumari

Languages:

English

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-02062021-1061

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Art and Politics: British Patronage in Delhi (1803-1857)
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The he British established their foothold in India after Sir Tomas Roe, the English diplomat, obtained permission to trade for the English East India Company from the Mughal emperor Jehangir (1605–1627). By end of the seventeenth century, the company had expanded its trading operations in the major coastal cities of India. The gradual weakening of the Mughal Empire in the eighteenth century gave the East India Company a further opportunity to expand its power and maintain its own private army.

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Ismail Mazari

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Very good information.

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Hello,
If possible anyone have shijra family tree of Mughal Barlas traib of Attock Pakistan please share with me.
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