Mumtaj Mahal and Shah Jahan children

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Emperor Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal Painting
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Mumtaz Mahal was the central partner of the Mughal head Shah Jahan. However Mumtaz’s residency was fleeting, she had a radiant expert life as she had full oversight over Emperor Shah Jahan’s choices, to such an extent that he would even absolve adversaries and relieve capital punishments at the ruler’s mediation. Mumtaj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s children were 14 and 7 of them survived after their birth. Son of Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb becomes the next Mughal Emperor of India.

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“Mumtaj Mahal and Shah Jahan’s children were 14 and 7 of them survived after their birth..”

Mumtaz affected the issues of the state as she filled in as the sovereign’s vital consultant. She was additionally Shah Jahan’s confided in compatriot and would regularly go with his entourage, disregarding her successive pregnancies.

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Mumtaz’s own life was one of bliss as she was the most unmistakable among the sovereign’s spouses. Since Shah Jahan was totally stricken with Mumtaz Mahal, he invested practically the entirety of his energy with her, totally overlooking his other two spouses simultaneously.

“Mumtaz’s personal life was one of joy as she was the most prominent among the emperor’s wives.”

Henceforth, Mumtaz partook in the magnificence of the Mughal Empire without limit. Be that as it may, Shah Jahan’s extreme love for her, at last, prompted her demise as she passed on at 38 years old because of post-pregnancy discharge, while conveying her fourteenth kid. Post her downfall, Shah Jahan charged a catacomb for Mumtaz, which would later be proclaimed as one of the seven ‘Miracles of the World’ The Taj Mahal

inside taj mahal grave
inside taj mahal grave

4 of Shah Jahan’s son’s names were Dara Shikoh, Murad Bakhsh, Shah Shuja, and Aurangzeb. Shajahan son Dara Shikoh was the apparent heir to the throne of Delhi. 

Elder son of Shahjahan Dara Shiloh
Shah Jahan’s son Dara Shiloh Born in 1615, Dara Shikoh was the eldest son of Shah Jahan and his second wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The Eldest son of Shahjahan, Dara-Shukoh, The death of Mughal prince Dara Shikoh who was executed by his brother Aurangzeb.

Shah Jahan's son Dara Shiloh

Shah jahan and mumtaz children were: ( Mumtaz Mahal Children /

Shah Jahan Children)

  • Shahzadi (Imperial Princess) Huralnissa Begum, b. 30 March 1613, d. 14 June 1616
  • Shahzadi Jahanara Begum, b. 2 April 1614, d. 16 September 1681
  • Shahzada (Imperial Prince) Dara Shikoh, b. 30 March 1615, d. 8 September 1659 in the succession wars at the hands of his brother Aurangzeb. On 30th August 1659, the son of Shah Jahan Dara Shikoh was put to death by his younger brother Aurangzeb.
  • Shahzada Mohammed Sultan Shah Shuja Bahadur, b. 3 July 1616, d. 1660
  • Shahzadi Roshanara Begum, b. 3 September 1617, d. 1671
  • Badshah (Emperor) Mohinnudin Mohammed Aurangzeb, b. 3 November 1618, d. 21 February 1707.
  • Shahzada Sultan Ummid Baksh, b. 18 December 1619, d. March 1622
  • Shahzadi Surayya Banu Begum, b. 10 June 1621, d. 28 April 1628
  • Shahzada Sultan Murad Baksh, b. 8 September 1624, d. 14 December 1661
  • Shahzada Sultan Luftallah, b. 4 November 1626, d. 14 May 1628
  • Shahzada Sultan Daulat Afza, b. 9 May 1628, d.?
  • Shahzadi Husnara Begum, b. 23 April 1630, d. ?

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Son of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz – (Shah Jahan Children / Mumtaz Mahal Children)

Please find Mumtaz Mahal and Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan son name as below;

  1. Shahzada (Imperial Prince) Dara Shikoh, b. 30 March 1615, d. 8 September 1659 in the succession wars at the hands of his brother Aurangzeb. Dara Shikoh was eldest Son of Shah Jahan.
  2. Shahzada Mohammed Sultan Shah Shuja Bahadur, b. 3 July 1616, d. 1660
  3. Badshah (Emperor) Mohinnudin Mohammed Aurangzeb, b. 3 November 1618, d. 21 February 1707.
  4. Shahzada Sultan Ummid Baksh, b. 18 December 1619, d. March 1622
  5. Shahzada Sultan Murad Baksh, b. 8 September 1624, d. 14 December 1661
  6. Shahzada Sultan Luftallah, b. 4 November 1626, d. 14 May 1628
  7. Shahzada Sultan Daulat Afza, b. 9 May 1628, d.?

Daughter of Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan

Please find Daughter of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal as below; Mumtaz Mahal Children and Shah Jahan Children

  1. Shahzadi (Imperial Princess) Huralnissa Begum, b. 30 March 1613, d. 14 June 1616
  2. Shahzadi Jahanara Begum, b. 2 April 1614, d. 16 September 1681
  3. Shahzadi Roshanara Begum, b. 3 September 1617, d. 1671
  4. Shahzadi Surayya Banu Begum, b. 10 June 1621, d. 28 April 1628
  5. Shahzadi Husnara Begum, b. 23 April 1630, d. ?

Shah Jahan daughter Jahanara

Shah Jahan daughter Jahanara Begum (23 March 1614 – 16 September 1681) was a Mughal princess and later the Padshah Begum of the Mughal Empire from 1631 to 1658 and again from 1668 until her death. She was the second and the eldest surviving child of Emperor Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal.

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