This Company Painting depicts Akbar II (1759-1837), who became the penultimate Mughal emperor (King of Delhi) in 1806. Akbar built a new capital near Agra and named it _____. As the second son of Akbar Shah II and Lal Bai, he was not his father’s original choice to ascend the throne. Shah Alam died in 1806 and was succeeded by his son, Akbar. 2. a) Babur b) Humayun c) Akbar d) Aurangzeb Answer: b) Humayun. 4. Bahadur Shah Zafar, also known as Bahadur Shah II, was the last Mughal emperor of India who reigned from 1837 to 1857 for a period of 20 years. Bahadur Shah II, Son of Akbar Shah II, Grandson of Shah Alum II, Great Grandson of Arurangzeb, titular King of Delhi] Number: 2007.26.204.1 Death and Son. The son of his nursemaid, a man called Adham Khan, killed another adviser in the palace after the victim discovered that Adham was embezzling tax funds. d) son Answer: d) son. His father, Akbar Shah II, was Muslim while his mother, Lal Bhai, was a Hindu Rajput princess. 3. Salim was Akbar II’s younger son, and the emperor’s favorite to succeed him on the throne after the death of his other son, Mirza Jahangir, in 1821. ... Frederick II… _____ lost in a fight against Shershah Suri the Afghan leader. Title: [The Last Great Mogul. He By admin on June 1, 2003 1526 - 1857, 1707 – 1857 Personalities, Personalities. Enraged both by the murder and by the betrayal of his trust, Akbar had Adham Khan thrown from the parapets of the castle. II)Shahzadah KHANAM: Khanam was born through a concubine.She was born on 21st November 1569. Akbar II (22 April 1760 – 28 September 1837), also known as Akbar Shah II, was the penultimate Mughal emperor of India.He reigned from 1806 to 1837. He is seated on an elephant with his son Prince Mirza Selim behind him holding a peacock-feather fan. Shah Jahan built the _____ at Delhi. For most of his reign he was a client of the British and was without real authority. 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