Muzaffar Jung
The Mughal Emperor Ahmad Shah Bahadur practicing his equestrian skills in a hunting field in 1750.
Dupleix meeting the Subahdar of the Deccan, Muzaffar Jang.
The Mughal Empire during Ahmad Shah's reign, after the de-facto cessation of Punjab and Kashmir to Ahmad Shah Abdali
Safdarjung was a whistleblower against the cronyism of Qudsia Begum. He fell from grace due to his opposition to the eunuch Javed Khan.
The Mughal Subedar of the Deccan Muzaffar Jang welcomes Joseph François Dupleix.
Death of the Nawab of Arcot in the Carnatic, during a battle against the French in 1749.
Stringer Lawrence and Nawab Wallajah in Madras
Alivardi Khan (Mughal Empire's viceroy of Bangal) captures two prisoners.
Siege of Arcot was a major battle fought between Robert Clive and the combined forces of the Mughal Empire's Nawab of the Carnatic, Chanda Sahib, assisted by a small number of troops from the French East India Company.
Salabat Jung and his French allies had inflicted defeat upon the Maratha Confederacy and enforced the Peace Treaty of Ahmadnagar.

The ruler of Hyderabad from 1750 until his death in 1751.

- Muhyi ad-Din Muzaffar Jang Hidayat

The weak but influential Ahmad Shah Bahadur maintained correspondence from distant loyal vassals and Nawabs such as Chanda Sahib, Nawab of Tinnevelly (his southernmost subject) and Muzaffar Jung.

- Ahmad Shah Bahadur
Muzaffar Jung

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Nasir Jung

The son of Nizam-ul-Mulk by his wife Saeed-un-nisa Begum.

The son of Nizam-ul-Mulk by his wife Saeed-un-nisa Begum.

The Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah bestowed him with the title Nasir Jung and later the next Mughal Emperor Ahmad Shah Bahadur appointed him as the Subedar of the Deccan and bestowed him with the title Nasir-ud-Daula.

After the death of the Nizam-ul-Mulk, the Nizam of Hyderabad, a civil war for succession broke out in south between Nasir Jung (son of the Nizam-ul-Mulk) and Muzaffar Jung (grandson of the Nizam-ul-Mulk from his daughter).

Siege of Arcot was a major battle fought between Robert Clive and the combined forces of the Mughal Empire's Nawab of the Carnatic, Chanda Sahib, assisted by a small number of troops from the French East India Company.

Chanda Sahib

Subject of the Mughal Empire and the Nawab of the Carnatic between 1749 and 1752.

Subject of the Mughal Empire and the Nawab of the Carnatic between 1749 and 1752.

Siege of Arcot was a major battle fought between Robert Clive and the combined forces of the Mughal Empire's Nawab of the Carnatic, Chanda Sahib, assisted by a small number of troops from the French East India Company.
A map of the Carnatic containing the territory of Tanjore ruled by the Nawab of the Carnatic, Chanda Sahib.
Clive at the siege of Arcot (1751)

Chanda Sahib sought the investiture of the Mughal Emperor Ahmad Shah Bahadur by declaring himself "Nawab of Tinnevelly" and gathered his own army of 3500 men and even received 400 French infantry from Dupleix.

After the death of the Nizam of Hyderabad, a civil war for succession broke out in south between Nasir Jung and Muzaffar Jung.