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Rumour has it, it belonged to Bahadur Shah II, the last in a long line of rulers who controlled areas of South Asia from 1586 to 1857.
1) of the last Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah II, a full set of mid 17th-century equestrian armour from the Royal Armouries, and an enormous jade carving of a terrapin native to the Ganges (c.
According to the Telegraph, among the exhibition's highlights will be the gold and gem-set crown worn by Bahadur Shah II, the last Mughal emperor who ruled from 1837 to 1858, who was deposed and exiled to Burma after Britain took full control of India.
a puppet of the British monarchy, Bahadur Shah II was coerced to support and effectively initiate the Rebellion of 1857 whose failure led to the end of Mughal rule.