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A hundred and fifty years lie between the death of Aurangzeb and the final extinction of the Mughal empire. It was a period of violence and disorder, with armies constantly on the march across a landscape of increasing misery, impoverishment and desolation. This is the story of these largely pageant emperors with their increasingly ineffectual ministers, and their gradual decline into irrelevance while younger and more powerful forces, both Indian and foreign, grappled with each other for the master of Hindustan.
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G.S. Cheema was born in Ranchi and is presently a senior civil servant belonging to the Punjab cadre of the Indian Administrative Service which he joined in 1972.
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