The Delhi Sultanate
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- Chapter 1-4.pmd
- Finding out about the Delhi Sultans the language of administration under the Delhi Sultans. .
- Art and Architecture of the Delhi Sultanate (1206–1572) Arab traders
- the next 300 years, the Turkish rulers of the Delhi Sultanate controlled the northern portion of India under five different dynasties.
- History Book_L09
- were termed as Sultans and the period of their rule as the Delhi Sultanate.
- THE CASE OF DELHI SULTANATE
- omnipresent in the villages and towns of the Delhi Sultanate, yet their numerical strength cannot credit the Delhi Sultanate as a slave society.
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- The tunes of protest
- And if they think about what the lyrics say, it's great,” says their vocalist, Taru Dalmia, who calls himself the Delhi Sultanate.
- Fasting, Feasting and a Walk Through History
- At Mohalla Maqbara is situated an unadorned set of graves, and nobody knows under which one lies Raziya Sultan, the powerful queen of the Delhi Sultanate who took on the male title of Sultan.
- Walled City gates: Restoration faces major challenges
- It is also believed that it was called Lahori Gate during the Delhi Sultanate.
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- Delhi Sultanate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Delhi Sultanate is a term used to cover five short-lived Islamic kingdoms or sultanates of Turkic origin in medieval India.
- Delhi Sultanate — Infoplease.com
- Delhi Sultanate. Delhi Sultanate, refers to the various Muslim dynasties that ruled in India (1210–1526).
- Silk Road Seattle - Architecture of the Delhi Sultanate
- The Turkic slave commanders of the Ghurids established the Delhi Sultanate when the Ghurid empire disintegrated.
- The Delhi Sultanate - The Slave Dynasty
- This was the first dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate period, it was the foundation dynasty of the period.
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