The Nizams of Hyderabad formed a Muslim dynasty that ruled over a predominantly Hindu population, and it is a tribute to the dynasty`s government that its Hindu subjects did not make efforts over the years to drive out the Muslim aristocracy by associating with the Marathas, Mysore or the European powers. Nizam advisers have become involved in more pressing concerns, such as the status quo agreement after India`s independence. The Nizam refused to join India or Pakistan citing previous contracts with the British. As a temporary measure, Nizam councillors, under the leadership of Sir Walter Monckton, negotiated a status quo agreement before finding lasting measures. His cordial relations with the Bathor and Kachhwaha had given him safe passage to the southern region of Narbada. Although the tycoons could not make any noticeable progress under Jahangir`s reign in the Deccan, the increasing pressure of the tycoons led the Deccan states to realize that sooner or later they had to face the tycoon`s attack with all their might and resist it. It was founded by Nizam al-Mulk (Āṣaf Jāh), who from 1713 to 1721 was temporarily viceroy of the Deccan (peninsula of India) among the Mughal emperors and took over the post in 1724 under the title of Āṣaf Jāh. At that time, he became virtually independent and founded the Nizam dynasty (rulers) of Hyderabad. The British and French participated in the wars of succession that followed his death in 1748. On 29 March 1858 he had written a letter to the government in which he stated that “the tireless energy and speed with which Nizam`s minister supported the English government was beyond praise.” Even a year after writing this letter, he had not yet received a response that satisfied him. .
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