The last Mughal emperor, Bahadur Shah II, also known as Zafar, died in a British prison in Burma in 1862.
Who is the last empire of India?
Bahadur Shah Zafar was the last Mughal Emperor of India. Following the great uprising in 1862 he was exiled to Rangoon after most of his family were killed by the British.
When was the last emperor of India?
The title was dropped on 22 June 1948, when, under the Indian Independence Act 1947, George VI became king of the new dominions of India and Pakistan.
|Emperor of India|
|Last monarch||George VI|
|Formation||1 May 1876|
|Abolition||22 June 1948|
Who did rule the India for 150 years?
the British ruled India for 150 years. The east India company established itself after the battle of plassey as the Indian resources and trade advancements attracted the British massively. They dominated the country and extracted all the resources and destroyed the prosperity of the country.