The collapse of the Mughal empire has often been characterized as a period of political fragmentation, social unrest, and economic decay. Contrasting two regions in north India--Awadh and the Punjab--Muzaffar Alam contends that even as the empire declined, there emerged a new, regionally-based political order, maintained and controlled by former Mughal rulers. From agrarian uprisings to the jagiardari system, the Sikhs to the Zamindars, this book presents a bold new interpretation of an important transition in Indian government.Alam, Muzaffar is the author of 'Crisis of Empire in Mughal North India Awadh and the Punjab, 1707-48' with ISBN 9780195630008 and ISBN 0195630009.
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