The most visited site in India! More people come here than the Taj Mahal.   Around 1200AD centuries of Muslim raids into northern India culminated in the establishment of the Delhi Sultanate. Muslim dynasties would rule much of India until the eclipse of the Mughals and the start of direct British rule.  Qutub Minar is a minaret started by the Mamluk king Qutb al-Din Aibak who rose from a slave to become first ruler of the Delhi Sultanate.

The most visited site in India! More people come here than the Taj Mahal. Around 1200AD centuries of Muslim raids into northern India culminated in the establishment of the Delhi Sultanate. Muslim dynasties would rule much of India until the eclipse of the Mughals and the start of direct British rule. Qutub Minar is a minaret started by the Mamluk king Qutb al-Din Aibak who rose from a slave to become first ruler of the Delhi Sultanate.

Delhi Sultanate - A base metal coin of Muhammad bin Tughlaq that led to an economic collapse. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Delhi Sultanate - A base metal coin of Muhammad bin Tughlaq that led to an economic collapse. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

All dancers high alert! Fashion partner Attiitude.com gives you Sultanate 17 a street dance event promoting dance forms like popping, krump, bboying, locking, hip hop freestyle. The event will be judged by Indian krump festival Volume. 5 champion Ibrahim KidWave BaDsha aka Kid Wave, Kristy from Russia and Furkhan from New Delhi. If dance is your Attiitude, then you dare miss it. #freedom #power #revolution #sultanate17 #Myattiitude

All dancers high alert! Fashion partner Attiitude.com gives you Sultanate 17 a street dance event promoting dance forms like popping, krump, bboying, locking, hip hop freestyle. The event will be judged by Indian krump festival Volume. 5 champion Ibrahim KidWave BaDsha aka Kid Wave, Kristy from Russia and Furkhan from New Delhi. If dance is your Attiitude, then you dare miss it. #freedom #power #revolution #sultanate17 #Myattiitude

Delhi Sultanate - Delhi Sultanate from 1321-1330 AD under Tughluq dynasty. After 1330, various regions rebelled against the Sultanate and the kingdom shrunk / The Delhi Sultanate was a Delhi-based Muslim kingdom that stretched over large parts of India for 320 years (1206–1526).[6][7] Five dynasties ruled over Delhi Sultanate sequentially, the first four of which were of Turkic origin and the last was the Afghan Lodi. The Lodi dynasty was replaced by the Mughal dynasty. The five dynasties…

Delhi Sultanate - Delhi Sultanate from 1321-1330 AD under Tughluq dynasty. After 1330, various regions rebelled against the Sultanate and the kingdom shrunk / The Delhi Sultanate was a Delhi-based Muslim kingdom that stretched over large parts of India for 320 years (1206–1526).[6][7] Five dynasties ruled over Delhi Sultanate sequentially, the first four of which were of Turkic origin and the last was the Afghan Lodi. The Lodi dynasty was replaced by the Mughal dynasty. The five dynasties…

India History - The Delhi Sultanate is a term used to cover five short-lived dynasties, Delhi based kingdoms or sultanates, mostly of Turkic and Pashtun (Afghan) origin in medieval India. The sultanates ruled from Delhi between 1206 and 1526, when the last was replaced by the Mughal dynasty. The five dynasties were the Mamluk dynasty (1206–90); the Khilji dynasty (1290–1320); the Tughlaq dynasty (1320–1414); the Sayyid dynasty (1414–51); and the Afghan Lodi dynasty (1451–1526).

India History - The Delhi Sultanate is a term used to cover five short-lived dynasties, Delhi based kingdoms or sultanates, mostly of Turkic and Pashtun (Afghan) origin in medieval India. The sultanates ruled from Delhi between 1206 and 1526, when the last was replaced by the Mughal dynasty. The five dynasties were the Mamluk dynasty (1206–90); the Khilji dynasty (1290–1320); the Tughlaq dynasty (1320–1414); the Sayyid dynasty (1414–51); and the Afghan Lodi dynasty (1451–1526).

The Delhi Sultanate was a Muslim kingdom, it was set up by a Turkish man, mosques were created throughout India, changing their architecture greatly. —A/P

The Delhi Sultanate was a Muslim kingdom, it was set up by a Turkish man, mosques were created throughout India, changing their architecture greatly. —A/P

Shams-ud-din Iltutmish (Hindi: अलतामश/AlTaMash/Iltutmish)(Persian شمس الدین التتمش) (r. 1211–1236) was the third ruler of the Mamluk dynasty of Delhi of Turkic origin.[1] He was a slave of Qutb-ud-din Aibak and later became his son-in-law and close lieutenant. He was the Governor of Badaun when he deposed Qutub-ud-din's successor Aram Shah and acceeded to the throne of the Delhi Sultanate in 1211. He shifted Capital from Lahore to Delhi, remained the ruler until his death on May 1, 1236. I

Shams-ud-din Iltutmish (Hindi: अलतामश/AlTaMash/Iltutmish)(Persian شمس الدین التتمش) (r. 1211–1236) was the third ruler of the Mamluk dynasty of Delhi of Turkic origin.[1] He was a slave of Qutb-ud-din Aibak and later became his son-in-law and close lieutenant. He was the Governor of Badaun when he deposed Qutub-ud-din's successor Aram Shah and acceeded to the throne of the Delhi Sultanate in 1211. He shifted Capital from Lahore to Delhi, remained the ruler until his death on May 1, 1236. I

Delhi Sultanate - Tughlaq dynasty is remembered for its architectural patronage, particularly for ancient lats (pillars, left image).[50] Dated to be from 3rd century BC, and of Buddhist and Hindu origins, the Sultanate initially wanted to use the pillars to make Mosque minarets. Firoz Shah decided otherwise, and had them installed near Mosques. The meaning of Brahmi script on the pillar (right) was unknown in Firoz Shah's time.[51] The inscription was deciphered by James Prinsep about 480…

Delhi Sultanate - Tughlaq dynasty is remembered for its architectural patronage, particularly for ancient lats (pillars, left image).[50] Dated to be from 3rd century BC, and of Buddhist and Hindu origins, the Sultanate initially wanted to use the pillars to make Mosque minarets. Firoz Shah decided otherwise, and had them installed near Mosques. The meaning of Brahmi script on the pillar (right) was unknown in Firoz Shah's time.[51] The inscription was deciphered by James Prinsep about 480…

Delhi Sultanate - Tughlaq dynasty is remembered for its architectural patronage, particularly for ancient lats (pillars, left image).[50] Dated to be from 3rd century BC, and of Buddhist and Hindu origins, the Sultanate initially wanted to use the pillars to make Mosque minarets. Firoz Shah decided otherwise, and had them installed near Mosques. The meaning of Brahmi script on the pillar (right) was unknown in Firoz Shah's time.[51] The inscription was deciphered by James Prinsep about 480…

Delhi Sultanate - Tughlaq dynasty is remembered for its architectural patronage, particularly for ancient lats (pillars, left image).[50] Dated to be from 3rd century BC, and of Buddhist and Hindu origins, the Sultanate initially wanted to use the pillars to make Mosque minarets. Firoz Shah decided otherwise, and had them installed near Mosques. The meaning of Brahmi script on the pillar (right) was unknown in Firoz Shah's time.[51] The inscription was deciphered by James Prinsep about 480…

Mohammed of Ghor - when he entered Delhi in 1192 a.d. after defeating Prithvi Raj Chauhan he found Rani Samyukta & hundreds of Rajput ladies have already committed Sati ( entering the holy pyre ).

Mohammed of Ghor - when he entered Delhi in 1192 a.d. after defeating Prithvi Raj Chauhan he found Rani Samyukta & hundreds of Rajput ladies have already committed Sati ( entering the holy pyre ).

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