Rafi-ud-Daulat (1719) or Shah jahan ||

Reign
1719
Born
1696
Died
Delhi
Successor
Neku Siyar
Dynasty
Timurid

Rafi- ud- Daulah (رفی الدولت) also known as Shah Jahan II (شاه جہان ۲) (born 1696) was Mughal emperor for a brief period in 1719. He succeeded his short-lived brother Rafi Ul-Darjat in that year, being proclaimed Badshah by the Syed Brothers. Like his brother, he also died in 1719 at Delhi, being deposed and killed at the behest of the Syed Brothers.

After his death he was succeeded by the unfortunate Nikusiyar who was a nominal sovereign (and whose reign is sometimes discounted).

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950 ad
the Chandellas gain independence from the Gurjara-Pratihara empire and found their capital at Khajuraho (Madhya Pradresh)
950 ad
Sebaktigin, a slave general, founds the Ghaznavid dynasty in Afghanistan, northern India and Central Asia
977 ad
Rajaraja Chola I extends the Chola empire to all of south India and builds the temple of Thanjavur
985 ad
Mahmud of Ghazni raids northern India
997 ad
Mahmud of Ghazni conquers Punjab
998 ad
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1000 ad
Lingaraja and Rajarani temples at Bhubaneshwar (Orissa)
1000 ad
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1000 ad
Rajendra Chola I becomes the Chola ruler of the south and defeats the Palas in Bengal
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