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One of the Nawab's enduring legacies is the region's syncretic Hindu–Muslim culture that has come to be known as the Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb.Many independent kingdoms, such as Awadh, were established as the Mughal Empire disintegrated. 1753–1775), fell out with the British after aiding the fugitive Nawab of Bengal, Mir Qasim.Roundly defeated at the Battle of Buxar by the East India Company, he was forced to pay heavy penalties and surrender parts of his territory.The British East India Company appointed a resident (ambassador) in 1773 and by early 19th century gained control of more territory and authority in the state.Until 1719, the subah of Awadh was a province of the Mughal Empire administered by a Governor appointed by the Emperor.Persian adventurer Saadat Khan, also known as Burhan-ul-Mulk, was appointed Nizam of Awadh in 1722 and established his court in Faizabad, near Lucknow.Under their dominion, music and dance flourished, and construction of numerous monuments took place.

In 1798, the fifth Nawab Wazir Ali Khan alienated both his people and the British and was forced to abdicate.In addition, the revenues from running Awadh's armed forces brought them useful returns while the territory acted as a buffer state.The Nawabs were ceremonial kings, busy with pomp and show.For about eighty-four years (from 1394 to 1478), Awadh was part of the Sharqi Sultanate of Jaunpur.Emperor Humayun made it a part of the Mughal Empire around 1555.

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