Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • Hindustani emperor (1658–1707) who imposed Muslim orthodoxy and expanded the empire.

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Examples

  • It was this affair Bapa had referred to when he called Aurangzeb a fool, but Jahanara was afraid that her brother was a fool no longer.

    Shadow Princess

  • It was this affair Bapa had referred to when he called Aurangzeb a fool, but Jahanara was afraid that her brother was a fool no longer.

    Shadow Princess

  • It was this affair Bapa had referred to when he called Aurangzeb a fool, but Jahanara was afraid that her brother was a fool no longer.

    Shadow Princess

  • It was a caricature of Aurangzeb, an exaggeration of all his intensity—and it was real enough to be identified as Aurangzeb…and not humorous at all.

    Shadow Princess

  • It was a caricature of Aurangzeb, an exaggeration of all his intensity—and it was real enough to be identified as Aurangzeb…and not humorous at all.

    Shadow Princess

  • It was a caricature of Aurangzeb, an exaggeration of all his intensity—and it was real enough to be identified as Aurangzeb…and not humorous at all.

    Shadow Princess

  • Ahmedabad, Nov. 21: Narendra Modi returned from abroad this morning and suspended his temple-razing drive after a meeting with the man who had dubbed him "Aurangzeb" yesterday.

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  • Shah Jahan's rule ended with a war of succession between his sons, in which Aurangzeb 1618-1707 emerged triumphant.

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  • Aurangzeb was an honest man, but was an intolerant fanatic towards Hindus and apparently Sikhs.

    Mike Ghouse: Sikhs and Muslims Can Come Together For Guru Nanak's Birthday

  • However, a Sabd by Guru Nanak Ji had been misinterpreted by the Clerks in the court of Aurangzeb, and the same interpretation has been copied in Sikh literature for the last 350 years.

    Mike Ghouse: Sikhs and Muslims Can Come Together For Guru Nanak's Birthday

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