Reasons for the Weakening and Collapse of the Mughal Empire under Akbar

1) a complex, fragmented society (caste system; different religions; peoples at different stages of economic and cultural development);
2) endless wars of conquest;
3) higher taxes – the impoverishment of entire regions and the impoverishment of the peasants;
4) expansion of the territory, which led to the weakening of the central authority;
5) predatory raids of neighbors (in 1739 – the cavalry of Nadir Shah plundered Delhi).

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