Bahadur Shah II
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Bahadur Shah was the son of Akbar Shah II.
Bahadur Shah became the Mughal Emperor after his father's death on 28 September 1837. Bahadur Shah ruled over a Mughal Empire that barely extended beyond Delhi's Red Fort. The East India Company ruled India. The company allowed him a pension. He had no real power in India. After the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the British Administration exiled him from Delhi.
Bahadur Shah Zafar was known as an Urdu poet, who used the pen-name Zafar. His work was compiled as the Kuliyaat-e-Zafar (Urdu: Collected Works of Zafar)
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Akbar Shah II
1837 – 1858
Victoria of the United Kingdom
as Empress of India