1630 - 1633 Famine devestates India

Deccan Famine

The Deccan Famine started in 1630, and ended in 1633. The famine killed 2 million Indians. It left people starving and sick. Disease was spread around. This famine remains one if the most tragic famines in India's history, and the worst famine of the Mughal Empire.

Why it happened

Why it happened

This famine happened because of 3 crop failures, which led to hunger, and disease.