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Alamgir II
Shah Alam II
Shah Jahan III (شاه جہان ۳) also known as Muhi-ul-millat was Mughal Emperor briefly. He was son of Muhi-us-sunnat, the eldest son of Muhammad Kam Baksh who was the youngest son of Aurangzeb. He was placed on the Mughal throne in December, 1759 by Ghazi ud-Din Khan Feroze Jung III but subsequently deposed by the Afghan confederation (Rohillas and Ahmad Shah Abdali) and Nawab of Oudh Shuja-ud-Daula in 1760 in recognition of Shah Alam II as the rightful heir to the throne who was in exile at Allahabad.
Historical Date Of India
Bactrian king Menander invades northwestern India
155 bc
Patanjali writes the "Yoga Sutras"
150 bc
the "Kama" sutra is composed
150 bc
the Bhagavata Gita is composed
100 bc
the Scythians (Sakas) under Bhumaka conquer northwestern India from Bactria
80 bc
the Sunga dynasty ends
78 bc
King Simuka installs the Satavahanas in Andhra Pradesh .
50 bc
the Scythians (Sakas) conquer Muttra and Taxila
50 bc
at the first Buddhist council Buddha's teachings (Sutta) and the rules of monastic discipline (Vinaya) are codified
479 BC
Buddhism spreads in Nepal
400 bc
the second Buddhist council at Vesali chooses Hinayana over Mahayana
383 bc
king Ashoka of India converts to Buddhism and sends out Buddhist missionaries to nearby states .
259 bc
Asoka's son Mahinda introduces Buddhism to Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
251 BC
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