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How do you agree that Bahadur Shah was the brave son of the brave father?

Answer. Answer: He accompanied his father King Prithvi Narayan Shah on battlefields and in negotiations. Unlike his brother Pratap Singh Shah (1775-1777) who was a luxury loving and indulgent king more interested in tantrtism; Bahadur remained a disciplined and farsighted statesman.

What is the role of Bahadur Shah in the unification of Nepal?

Regency (1785–1794) He made Nuwakot his capital. Shah took a hardline approach to unification offering one of the options to state kings and princes: accept Gorkha sovereignty while continuing to rule themselves or battle to the death. Many minor states accepted annexation with notable resistance from Jumla and Doti.

Who was Bahadur Shah in Nepal?

Rana Bahadur Shah, King of Nepal (Nepali: रण बहादुर शाह) (1775–1806) was the King of Nepal from 1777 to 1799. In 1777, he succeeded to the throne after the death of his father, King Pratap Singh Shah.

What was the relation between Rajendra Laxmi and Bahadur Shah?

Rajendra Rajya laxmi was the daughter of Mukunda sen.She was the mother of Nagendra Shah (died aged six months) and Rana Bahadur Shah. Her husband Pratap Singh Shah became king at the age of 23, and died when he was 25. Rajendra Rajya Lakshmi Devi then became queen regent for her son Rana Bahadur Shah.

Who is known as saintly king of Nepal?

Mahendra of Nepal

Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev
Coronation 2 May 1956
Predecessor Tribhuvan
Successor Birendra
Born 11 June 1920 Narayanhity Royal Palace Kathmandu, Kingdom of Nepal

What is the another name of Bahadur Shah?

Bahadur Shah (Persian: بہادر شاه اول‎—Bahādur Shāh Awwal) (14 October 1643 – 27 February 1712), also known as Muhammad Mu’azzam (Persian: محمد معظم‎) and Shah Alam (Persian: شاه عالم‎), was the eighth Mughal emperor of India, ruled from 1707 until his death in 1712.

Who is Aurangzeb’s son?

Bahadur Shah I

Who is father of Aurangzeb?

Shah Jahan

Who was Shah Jahan’s eldest child?

Jahanara Begum

What did Aurangzeb always want to be?

His son Aurangzeb who always wanted to be the emperor put his father in a jail. Jahanara begun the eldest child of Shah Jahan did not leave her father and want to jail along with him. Her dais I shall share the sufferings of my father.

Who kills Aurangzeb?

Musa Khan

Who killed Shah Jahan?

Shah Jahan recovered from his illness, but Emperor Aurangzeb put his father under house arrest in Agra Fort from July 1658 until his death in January 1666. He was laid to rest next to his wife in the Taj Mahal.

Who was the last powerful Mughal ruler Class 8?


Who was last powerful Mughal ruler?

Bahadur Shah II

What was the condition after recapturing of Delhi by the British class 8?

After the capture of Delhi by rebels in May, the British were unable to launch a counterattack because their army was dispersed over vast distances. It took quite some time for the British to assemble an army, but, in June, two columns were combined with a force of Ghurkas.

Who led the 1857 revolt in Delhi?

Bakht Khan

Who escaped to jungles of central India?

Tantia Tope

What did the British do to prevent revolt in future in Delhi?

1)they captured Bahadur Shah Zafar and send him Rangoon. 2)they sent there army and the army fight against them. 3)They did some treaty with others ruler ,so they could get support.

What led to serious conflict in Delhi?

The Siege of Delhi was one of the decisive conflicts of the Indian rebellion of 1857. Secondly, the British recapture of Delhi and the refusal of the aged Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah II to continue the struggle, deprived the rebellion of much of its national character.

Why did people believe Rumours In 1857 revolt?

The Revolt of 1857 and Its Representations. ”Rumours and prophecies played a part in moving people to action. Rumors and prophesies played a part in moving people to action: (i) They told that bullets coated with the fat of cows & pigs and that biting those bullets would corrupt their caste and religion.

Why is the revolt of 1857 important in Indian history?

Even so, the rebellion proved to be an important watershed in Indian and British Empire history. It led to the dissolution of the East India Company, and forced the British to reorganize the army, the financial system, and the administration in India, through passage of the Government of India Act 1858.