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Au·rang·zeb

also Au·rung·zeb  (ôr′əng-zĕb′) 1618-1707.
Hindustani emperor (1658-1707) who imposed Muslim orthodoxy and expanded the empire.
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Aurangzeb

(ˈɔːrəŋˌzɛb) or

Aurungzeb

n
(Biography) 1618–1707, Mogul emperor of Hindustan (1658–1707), whose reign marked both the height of Mogul prosperity and the decline of its power through the revolts of the Marathas
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Au•rang•zeb

or Au•rung•zeb

(ˈɔr əŋˌzɛb)

n.
1618–1707, Mogul emperor of Hindustan 1658–1707.
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Minar-e-Pakistan faces the historic Badshahi Masjid - built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir in 1673 - while Minar-e-Pakistan complements the minarets of the 17th century grand mosque.
Minar-e-Pakistan faces the historic Badshahi Masjid built by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir in 1673 while Minar-e-Pakistan complements the minarets of the 17th-century grand mosque.
The famous road in Delhi called Aurangzeb Road is also a target of the BJP which, like other right wing Hindu extremist groups, considers Aurangzeb Alamgir, a controversial Mughal ruler who ruled for around 50 years and was responsible for destroying several mandirs and imposing the Islamic way of life on the majority population which happened to be non-Muslim.
The manuscripts appeared to have been compiled in Mughal period especially during the reign of Aurangzeb Alamgir's sons, he commented.
Qureshi had rich taste in poetry and literature and won the appreciation of two great Mughal princes, namely Murad Bakhsh and Aurangzeb Alamgir.
Aurangzeb Alamgir and Khawaja Muhammad Farooq also spoke.
Built in 1674 by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir, the building is one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture in the world.
Session titled 'Aurangzeb Alamgir,Man and King' and his era was discussed by Audrey Truschke and Faqeer Syed Aijazuddin.
The garden originally served as the serai (palace or place of rest) of Aurangzeb Alamgir, the Mughal Emperor.
After hearing arguments, Justice Ejaz ul Hasan dismissed the writ petition as petitioner Dr Aurangzeb Alamgir withdrew it.
PNS Alamgir, named after Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir, the sixth ruler of the Great Mughal Empire, is a 4,100 tonner with an overall length of 138.1 metres.
PNS Alamgir is named after Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir, who was the sixth Muslim ruler of the great Mogul Empire in the Indian subcontinent.