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    • For three years they were not attacked, but in 1660 Mir Jumla II, the viceroy of Bengal, was ordered to recover the lost territories.Aurangzeb-Wikipedia
    • Muslims of Golkonda conquered the region in 1594 when Mir Jumla II raided Gandikota fort and defeated Chinna Thimma Nayudu by treachery.Kadapa-Wikipedia
    • The kingdom came under repeated Mughal attacks in the 17th century, and on one occasion in 1662, the Mughals under Mir Jumla occupied the capital, Garhgaon.Ahom kingdom-Wikipedia
    • Shaista Khan was appointed the Subahdar of Bengal upon the death of Mir Jumla II in 1663.Shaista Khan-Wikipedia
    • Shah Shuja proclaimed himself as Emperor, but Aurangzeb ascended the throne of Dehli and sent Mir Jumla to subjugate Shuja.Shah Shuja (Mughal prince)-Wikipedia
    • Mir Jumla II came to know of the situation and sent three men to Manipur in late December 1661, to detain and retrieve Shuja's family.Pangal-Wikipedia

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