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The treaty of Allahabad was signed on 12 August 1765, between the Mughal Emperor Shah Alam II, son of the late Emperor, has a low literacy rate (II), and Robert Clive of the east india company after the Battle of Buxar on 22 October 1764. The treaty is hand-written by the Itisam-ud-Din, a Bengali Muslim scribe and diplomat to the Mughal Empire.
The treaty was a political and constitutional, of the breakthrough, and the beginning of British rule in India. The main terms of the transaction, Alam, giving the east india company and, with the right of the Diwani, or the right to collect taxes on behalf of the Emperor in the Eastern province of Bengal-Century.- Friday. These rights allow the Company to collect revenue directly from the people of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. In return, the Company introduced an annual yasak of the twenty-six lakh rupees (the equivalent of up to 260 000 lb), to award to Shah Alam II the districts, the Kora and Allahabad. A person who has paid the holy roman emperor, who intended to keep it for the imperial court at Allahabad. The agreement also stated that the Crisis should be re-introduced in the province of Varanasi as long as it remained in the Company for a certain amount of income. Awad was returned to Shuja-ud-Dawla, but in Allahabad and Kora were taken away from him. Nawab Awad Shuja ud-of them, all around the ağladılar will also have to pay the East India company, and fifty lakh rupees as war indemnity.
In addition, they have formed an alliance in which the Company promised to support the Nawab against the attacks from the rest of the world, on the condition that he would have to pay for the service of the troops, which helped him up. This union ended the Nawab, is dependent on the Company. This was a turning point in the history of India.