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Dara Shikoh Sakinat-ul-Auliya Translation of Upanishads Dara Shikoh Hasanat-ul-Arifin His religious and Dara Shikoh Majma-ul-Bahrain philosophical ideas Aurangzeb Raqqat-i-Alamgiri A collection of his letters Khafi Khan Muntakhab-ul- History of Aurangzeb’s Lubab Muhammad Alamgir Namah ” Kazim Muhammad Saqi Masir-i-Alamgiri ” Aquil Khan Zafar Namah-i-Alamgiri ” Muhammad Rafi Hamlai-Haidari ” Khan Sujan Rai Khatri Khulasat-ul- ” Tawarikh Bhimsen Nuskha-i-Dilkusha ” Iswar Das Futuhat-i-Alamgiri ” Nimat Khan Ali Waqai-i- Conquest of Golconda by Hyderabad Aurangzeb RELIGIOUS THOUGHT: ABUL FAZL Orthodox Religious Thought Akbar’s religious experiments had no impact on the Muslim masses among whom he made no attempt to propagate the Tauhit-i-Ilahi. A Muslim revivalist movement began in the closing years of his reign under the leadership of the Naqshbandi Sufis. They supported Jahangir’s accession to the throne. The Sunni orthodoxy sponsored by them was patronised by Shah Jahan. It was also an important factor in Aurangzeb’s victory over Dara who weakened himself politically by his efforts to revive Akbar’s eclecticism. Aurangzeb’s accession heralded the final triumph of Sunni orthodoxy.